My Laserdisc Collection: Gallery One

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HI, GANG! JUST A QUICK FILLER POST FOR YOU ALL!

THE FIRST GALLERY OF THE CURRENT LASERDISCS THAT I OWN. THERE WILL BE OTHERS POSTED THROUGH-OUT 2017

ENJOY!

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ESCAPE FROM LA

DIRECTED BY JOHN CARPENTER

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PREDATOR 2

DIRECTED BY STEPHEN HOPKINS

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IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS

DIRECTED BY JOHN CARPENTER

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WOLFEN

DIRECTED BY MICHAEL WADLEIGH

 

HOPE YOU ENJOYED THE GALLERY, GANG. THERE ARE MORE TO COME IN THE NEAR FUTURE. THANKS FOR STOPPING BY ‘THE DEN!

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13 comments

    • I lost many to water damage and because I no longer had any room to keep them all (I donated many) along with no longer having an operational player. I did keep a bunch of my favorite titles in case I do ever pursue another player in the future. Thanks for checking in!

    • Thanks Misty! I had a very large collection at one point but l had to recycle many because of water damage (I also didn’t have any room to store them properly at the time). I held onto a bunch, though, in case I get a new LD player in the future. Thanks for stopping in!

  1. Really cool post. I don’t own any laser discs but I think I’d pick a few up if I found ones for movies I really love. They’d just be cool collector’s pieces. I look forward to seeing what else you have.

    I’ve often thought about doing some posts or even a video or something showing my DVD collection. I wonder if some of the movie collectors out there would even find it impressive though. My friends do but there are movie collectors out there that have 10 times what I do.

    • you should definitely do a post or video showing off your collection! it doesn’t matter how many you have but the titles that you own. I used to have many more LDs but I lost a lot due to damage they obtained while stored in my basement (now I know better than to keep them down there). I also had no room to store them properly or an operational player at the time. but I did hold on to some of my favorite titles in case I ever buy another unit to play them on. thanks for checking in and for the feedback! 👊

  2. Great post! I used to have a small collection and I thought I lost them all in a breakup. I realized much later that one had snuck in with my vinyl records, and it was the theatrical version of the Twin Peaks pilot. Not a bad one to accidentally keep! Not that I still have a player….but I will get one eventually.

    • twin peaks? cool! good title. I had so many more but had to get rid of some due to basement damage (I had no other place to store them since my player had died). with the few I have left, though, I still may wind up getting another player down the line. thanks for checking in. I appreciate it!

  3. Love the artwork on the covers of these disks. Great to see Predator 2 there as well, I really like that film. Will look forawad to seeing more posts of your collection 🙂

  4. Wow. I haven’t even seen a laser disc in I don’t know how many years. Brings back memories of when I used to go to my cousin’s house as a teenager. He was about 10 years older than me and used to show me all the latest laser discs he bought. They were mostly slasher flicks and I loved every minute of it.

    • I started collecting them in the early 90s and I used to show them off to my friends all the time. Especially the Star Trek and Star Wars movies. I went thru 2 players. My first was a Sony beast that didn’t play both sides. I had to flip them manually. My second was a Pioneer that was an auto flip which was cool. Down the line the unit crapped the bed but I kept the titles that didn’t end up getting water damage. I didn’t have room for them all at our old place, and I kept them in the basement which was a no no. I may get another player down the line and start collecting again but I would have to make sure I have the room. Thanks for checking out the gallery! There will be more posts to come soon 👊

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