Welcome to the first Collector’s Corner of the new year! Just as we did for the blog and my viewing log, we can’t really begin a new year without wrapping up the last of our 2017 business. So, here’s one last 2017 collection update. Some of these additions were Christmas gifts from family, and some of them were purchased with Christmas money. Books Behind the … Continue reading Collector’s Corner: Christmas additions!
I used to be a bit of a Scrooge who just thought of Christmas as a somewhat enjoyable day between two superior holidays, Halloween and New Year’s Eve. As the years have passed, though, Christmas has become my favorite holiday. I love that it falls early enough in winter that us Michiganders aren’t quite tired of snow yet. I love the lights, the scents, the … Continue reading Collector’s Corner: Christmas Films!
Welcome back to Collector’s Corner, the bi-weekly series in which I discuss all things related to my film collection. It’s time for another collection update! The last one was posted in September, so this one will cover new additions from late September, October and November. In a miraculous feat of self control, I managed not to purchase a single thing from the November B&N Criterion … Continue reading Collector’s Corner: Film Collection Update, Vol. 3
It’s a well known fact ’round here that Cary Grant is one of my favorite actors. For this week’s Collector’s Corner, I’ll be taking a look at all of the Cary-related things I’ve collected over the years, and sharing my most-wanted list of Cary films to add to my shelf! Cary Books/Mags I own just one Cary Grant magazine cover: the July 26, 1966 issue … Continue reading Collector’s Corner: Collecting Cary Grant
October is the month for all things spooky and, though TMP will be giving the season a proper “Halloweek” celebration starting next Tuesday, I thought I’d bring some cobwebs and ghosts and masked murderers to this edition of Collector’s Corner, too! In the last Collector’s Corner we looked at a breakdown of my film collection by genre, and you may remember that horror wasn’t one … Continue reading Collector’s Corner: Favorite horror purchases!
Welcome back to Collector’s Corner, the bi-weekly series talking all things related to my film collection! Today, we’re referencing my massive Letterboxd “owned” list again, this time for a look at my most-owned genres. Without further ado, from most-owned to least… Drama: 460 films Comedy: 399 films Romance: 324 films Thriller: 142 films Action: 121 films Crime: 119 films Mystery: 118 films Adventure: 107 films Musical: … Continue reading Collector’s Corner: Genre Studies
Collector’s Corner kicked off with a collection update back in July, but I haven’t shared my recent pick-ups since then, so I’m giving you the list today! Here’s everything I’ve added to my DVD/Blu collection in the past couple of months. The Criterion sale coincided with my birthday. Naturally, with a bit of birthday money burning a hole in my pocket and everything listed at 50% … Continue reading Collector’s Corner: Film Collection Update
After cataloging every film I own in a Letterboxd list, I realized I had the option to sort the list by average rating. Naturally, I was curious what the results would be. In the last Collector’s Corner we looked at the ten “best” films I own, based on average rating. Here are the 10 worst films! 10. Hillbillys in a Haunted House (1967) Synopsis (from … Continue reading Collector’s Corner: The 10 Worst Films I Own, According to Letterboxd
After cataloging every film I own in a Letterboxd list, I realized I had the option to sort the list by average rating. Naturally, I was curious what the results would be. I know my own favorites, but what are the “greatest” films in my collection? Here are the 10 best films I own, according to the ratings of Letterboxd users! 10. Casablanca (1942) Synopsis … Continue reading Collector’s Corner: The 10 Best Films I Own, According to Letterboxd
I’m one of those people that constantly rearranges things, looking for better ways to organize and catalog. When it comes to my film-related collections, I’ve tried it all: creating databases and spreadsheets, using barcode-scanning apps, keeping simple lists on paper, creating a categorized list on Listography. My most recent idea for my DVD and Blu collection was to add every title to a list on … Continue reading Collector’s Corner: An introduction + film collection update!