February 2014 in film + DVD collection update

New-to-me viewings: 15

Re-watches: 4

Total for February: 19

Total for 2014 so far: 68

This was a pretty light viewing month for me. February is a short month, of course, but mostly I was just too busy with school and other things to do as much viewing as I usually do. I still got a couple of pretty great discoveries in, with only four of my 19 viewings being re-watches. I also had the opportunity to see Casablanca on the big screen this month!

New-to-me list:

  1. Dressed to Kill (1941)
  2. The Red House (1947)
  3. The Monuments Men (2014)
  4. Labor Day (2014)
  5. Inner Sanctum (1948)
  6. Mystery Date (1991)
  7. Woman in the Shadows (1934)
  8. The Amazing Adventure (1936)
  9. The Cheating Pact (2013)
  10. Le cochon danseur (1907)
  11. The Ramen Girl (2008)
  12. Higher and Higher (1943)
  13. Blondie (1938)
  14. Blondie Meets the Boss (1939)
  15. Non-Stop (2014)

Viewing methods:

  • From my collection – 9
  • Netflix Instant – 4
  • On the big screen – 4
  • TCM/DVR – 1
  • Youtube (public domain) – 1

By decade:

  • 1900s – 1
  • 1930s – 4
  • 1940s – 5
  • 1970s – 1
  • 1990s – 1
  • 2000s – 2
  • 2010s – 5

DVD collection update:

Though the month in viewing was smaller than usual, the month in collection growth was much larger than I expected it to be. Here’s the update video:

And for more information on the specific DVD editions I picked up, here are the unboxing/haul videos, which list the special features and all of that jazz rather than just the titles:

2 thoughts on “February 2014 in film + DVD collection update

  1. Whoa! Four different videos, in both black-and-white AND color, and with different backdrops! Nice choice with ‘Pride of the Yankees’…will be anxiously awaiting that review!

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