Articles tagged “filmogs”

Weird Formats: What Is UMD And Why Haven’t You Heard Of It?

Ghost In The Shell promo UMD

Happening upon a something in the database that’s familiar in title, yet foreign in format is still a great source of joy for many of us in the database communities. You get so used dropping the needle on a record, or a DVD into the drive, you kind of forget about the history and stories of […]

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Comicogs Mid-Year Review: Most Wanted & Collected

Most collected poster in the Posterogs database

Remember the start of 2018? So many resolutions – we were going to start eating right, working out, cataloging our whole collections… A few of these have gone out the window, but adding stuff to the database is infinitely easier than eating salad and donning trainers. So now that we’re officially past the mid-point of […]

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Filmogs Mid-Year Review: Most Wanted & Collected

Most collected film in the Filmogs database

Remember the start of 2018? So many resolutions – we were going to start eating right, working out, cataloging our whole collections… A few of these have gone out the window, but adding stuff to the database is infinitely easier than eating salad and donning trainers. So now that we’re officially past the mid-point of […]

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The Film Collectors Who Risked Everything To Preserve Film History

We don’t know how easy we’ve got it. Film collecting these days is a pretty straight-forward process. You can simply roll up to the store to buy almost any of your favorite films on DVD or Blu-ray. Easier still, you open your laptop/turn on your computer and have access to films throughout history on a […]

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Prince’s Best Soundtrack Moments

Prince’s filmography never quite lived up to the lofty heights of his music-output. With the exception perhaps of Purple Rain, his ventures in to the film world often felt uninspired or laborious. Though he had charisma in buckets as a filmstar, sadly it didn’t quite translate to directorial skill. However, Prince’s flirtations with the silver […]

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Lost Technology: That Time RCA Released Video On Vinyl

CED: 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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