01-18-2012, 05:56 AM
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Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: From the bowels of Newcastle Upon Tyne he came....to collect DVDs and BRs!
Originally Posted by Prince_Vajda
But I really can't imagine a cover being so ugly that it would keep me from buying a specific release. If the movie's great, and the release itself has high quality, i wouldn't be too bothered about the artwork.
Agreed and as an example i still have a new copy of the U.S. double-disc set of The Last House On Dead End Street
with cover art by Steve Bissette. Now i don't like this sleeve but there's no denying said release is a powerhouse package for such an obscure film.
Also, what about those scarcely seen jewel case DVDs that have no actual cover design at all? Just the frontal transparency of the plastic packaging so only the disc itself and anything behind it is visible. Oddly enough the German CMV edition of the aforementioned movie is one such release. No cover illustration to speak of you can simply see straight through into the inside of the case where the DVD is housed.
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