Articles tagged “filmogs”

Lost Technology: That Time RCA Released Video On Vinyl

While video on vinyl sounds like it could be the latest hipster bandwagon-hopping trend, it’s an oddity that predates craft beer, tumeric latte bowls, and white people doing yoga. Looking through the Filmogs database, you’ll see classic and cult films on all the standard formats – DVD, Blu-ray, VHS, some Laserdisc, even a grand total […]

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10 Films Featuring David Bowie That Are Worth Revisiting

Imagine if you’d never seen Labyrinth. How empty and devoid of meaning life would be. You wouldn’t know how to navigate mazes and bogs, get along with muppet creatures, or the power of Magic Dance. Well, for younger generations and the uninitiated, this is a sad reality they must endure. But that could all change […]

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Physical Media is King: Make The Most Of Your Collection

Discogs add to collection

Remember how we all quit buying CDs, cassettes, records, DVDs, and books in favor of MP3s and eBooks because they were cheap and easily available? Us neither. Sure, we were wooed by the promise of new technology, the cost-savings, the convenience. We even dabbled with digital formats a little ourselves. But there was always something missing. […]

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Filmogs Marketplace Launches! Sell DVDs, Blu-Rays, VHS Tapes & More

Another week, another Marketplace! Today, you can start listing films on DVDs, Blu-ray, VHS and other formats for sale at no charge, joining the Discogs, Gearogs, Bookogs and Comicogs Marketplaces. With over 10,000 films now contributed, the Filmogs database is full of everything from classics like Citizen Kane to latest Oscar winner La La Land […]

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