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When DVD Labels Put Thought Into Their Films

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Posted 7th July 2010 at 10:38 AM by Bringer Of Funerals
Updated 7th July 2010 at 10:54 AM by Bringer Of Funerals

I was thinking about DVD labels recently for some reason.

Im sure other DVD collectors will agree with this but I like it when they put some thought into their releases. For example - When Shameless put out their BRONX WARRIORS tin box set.

They had put a lot of thought into the design of the tin etc, so it just shows that the people at Shemeless care about theit buying public.

Another that srings to mind is the excellent 5 disc edition of Blade Runner and the people who made that edition must have spent ages thinking about what to put into that edition.

I do appreciate it when companies do that it just shows they care even if it's a 15 page booklet.

What I also like is when they put a picture of some kind on the dvd it's self too, I know it's a small feature but it makes all the difference to me.

What I don't like is when a film company just throw out an edition without any thought. For example just say they put out The Omen.

And when you buy it all it has is a case with a basic cover, but when you look inside there is no booklet and the dvd is just silver - it shows that they don't care and it was like they said - yeah ok that will do just hurry up and get it out.

So what I'm saying putting some thought into how a dvd is presented goes a long way and is appreciated by dvd collector's
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    Totally agree mate. those litle things make all the difference.
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    Posted 7th July 2010 at 04:48 PM by mercury mercury is offline
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