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scotty321

Sounds like just the latest in a series of stupid moves over the last decade that has caused Blockbuster to alienate themselves from their own industry and their customers.

I can't think of ANY company in recent years that has tainted their own brand image as effectively as Blockbuster Video. Customers HATE Blockbuster Video more than just about any other company besides cell phone companies.

Some things to consider:

1. Blockbuster censors their movies. You won't find any unrated versions or "director's cuts" at Blockbuster -- only "sanitized versions" of movies. Netflix has ALL versions of their movies.

2. Blockbuster hates independent films. If you're lucky, you may find a HANDFUL of "popular" independent films on the shelf, but that's about it. Netflix has the largest selection of independent films in the country.

3. Blockbuster lies to customers. For example, they CLAIM that they have no late fees for in-store rentals, but if you actually keep the movie for more than 7 days, your credit card is charged for the full purchase cost of the movie. Netflix really doesn't have any late fees.

4. Blockbuster has no quality control with employees. Ask just about anybody you know if they've ever been accused of NOT returning a movie to Blockbuster when they actually HAVE returned a movie to Blockbuster -- you'll find out that this problem is more common than you would expect. At one local store here in Los Angeles, there was a crime ring made up of the local Blockbuster employees who were STEALING videos after customers returned them.

5. Blockbuster has no original ideas or innovations. If they did, they would have invented NetFlix themselves. But they didn't. So all of us are lucky that Reed Hastings invented NetFlix.

Blockbuster has ruined their reputation with consumers, and consumers will not forgive them for this. And all of the issues above are STILL not solved with Blockbuster, so it's not like things are even changing for the better.

Consumers have spoken, and consumers have seen the light: Blockbuser is horrible, NetFlix is fantastic.

Morgan

Mostly I find accusations of people shilling for Netflix to be inaccurate and uncalled for, but if scotty321 is not a shill then I do not know what a shill is.

Blockbuster doesn't stock NC-17 movies. This does not mean they don't stock Director's Cuts or that they otherwise censor movies. Studios often provide R-rated versions of NC-17 movies to circumvent Blockbuster's policy.

And I love Netflix, but they do not have all of versions of a movie. That is a blatant lie. Once Netflix stocks a movie it is rare that they will stock any new versions. It was only after years of requests that Netflix chose to stock the LOTR extended cuts and they don't often buy special/platinum/superbit, etc. if they're already renting an earlier version.

"1. Blockbuster censors their movies. You won't find any unrated versions or "director's cuts" at Blockbuster -- only "sanitized versions" of movies. Netflix has ALL versions of their movies."

This is more unture as of late. BB has more unrated & director cuts than NF does. This is a tired argument.


"3. Blockbuster lies to customers. For example, they CLAIM that they have no late fees for in-store rentals, but if you actually keep the movie for more than 7 days, your credit card is charged for the full purchase cost of the movie. Netflix really doesn't have any late fees."

Another tired argument.

You don't rent the damn movie FOREVER! After being LATE 7 ADDITIONAL days, they turn it into a sale. If you never bring it back, you still have what you paid for. Get off your lazy *ss and take it back! If you take it back within 30 days, they refund you except for a $1.25 restocking fee (which covers the paperwork & time that a CSR has to take to cober your lazy *ss!)

BB edited movies

I believe the editing people speak of happened during the era Wayne Huezinga (sp?) but no longer occurs. That said, I still hate Blaockbuster.

BoyWonder

No late fees... Technically, NFLX has them too. They will refuse t0 send you an additional film until you return your movie. How is that any different? It is simply a "different" way to pull the wool over your eyes. If you ordinarily rent 5 movies a month on a 3-out plan, that's 3.60 per rent. If you hang on to one, you can only rent 4 films, which costs you that 3.60... that's effectively a late fee.

The only difference between NFLX late fee and Blockbuster late fee is that most people on NFLX are avid movie watchers and won't keep a film. But there are many people who churn off of Netflix because they don't really watch that many movies. They realize that the value per rent of films isn't worth the 18 bucks a month if you aren't watching 5+ films a month. That's why Blockbuster stores still have 40M users and Netflix has 3.5M... NFLX is a good deal for those high-use customers, but not for the average joe.

you shills are pathetic

"Blockbuster censors their movies. You won't find any unrated versions or director's cuts at Blockbuster -- only "sanitized versions" of movies. Netflix has ALL versions of their movies."

Netflix has hardly any alternate versions of movies, so how can you claim they have "ALL versions"? Are you trying to be a shill?

Does Netflix have "American Psycho: UNrated Killer Collector's Edition"? NO.

Does Netflix have "Basic Instinct: UNrated Director's Cut"? NO.

Does Netflix have "Wild Things: UNrated"? NO.

BBO has all of them and more. So stop with the stupid lies. It's a toss-up. BB has some unrated director's cuts that NFLX doesn't have, and vice versa. BTW, just try to find "The Grudge: UNrated EXTended Director's Cut" on NFX. BBO doesn't have it, but some of their stores do. Use the Check My Stores feature. GreenCine also has it.

The only time Netflix will have the unrated director's cut is if it's the first version released on DVD or the only one in print. I laugh at the shills who claim Netflix has "ALL versions" of movies, or that they have the best versions. Netflix rarely bothers to update their inventory when a new version of some movie comes out. Just see if they get the new "Wizard of Oz" DVD when it comes out at the end of this month.

you shills are pathetic

"Blockbuster lies to customers. For example, they CLAIM that they have no late fees for in-store rentals, but if you actually keep the movie for more than 7 days, your credit card is charged for the full purchase cost of the movie. Netflix really doesn't have any late fees."

No, YOU lie to Blockbuster customers and the general public. BB doesn't charge ANYTHING on your credit card, unless you keep the movie for over a month. If you keep it one week past the due date, they will bill you $1.25 re-stocking fee when you return it. I don't have a problem with their "late fees" or "re-stocking fees", because I can return movies on time. Netflix also doesn't have a lot of the movies you can get at a typical Blockbuster store. And you sure can't get a Netflix rental on impulse. It's a wash.

"Netflix rarely bothers to update their inventory when a new version of some movie comes out. Just see if they get the new "Wizard of Oz" DVD when it comes out at the end of this month."

Or Titanic SE!

Or what about:
Casablanca SE
Star Trek Insurrection 2 disc set
Star Trek Nemesis 2 disc set
Spongebob Christmas
Tommy Boy Holy Schnike Ed.
Groundhog Day SE
Pitch Black UR Directors cut
Happy Gilmore SE
Billy Madison SE
Bourne Identity Explosive Ed.
The Jerk 26th Anniv.
Mummy Returns WS

All are available at BB - NONE at Netsux!

NETFLIX HAS LATE FEES

"No late fees... Technically, NFLX has them too. They will refuse t0 send you an additional film until you return your movie. How is that any different?"

DAMN STRAIGHT. The monthly fee and the limit on how many you can have out is a late fee. Take the monthly rate, divided by the plan's limit, divided by the number of days in the month. That's what it costs you every day of shipping, every weekened when Netflix stops working, every day of throttling, and every day you keep a DVD. Let's look at the 3-out plan, for example. $18 a month.

In Feburary, that's $18 / 3 / 28 = $.214 per DVD-day. Late fee = $1.50 / week.

In December, that's $18 / 3 / 31 = $.194 per DVD-day. Late fee = $1.355 / week.

You can rent at Blockbuster for $2 or less with the BB Rewards program. $10 a year, 1 free rental a month, 2-for-1 Mon-Wed, and a free rental for every 5 paid. You can get a better deal with BB Movie Pass or Hollywood MVP. UNLIMITED movies for $12-30 a month. And keep in mind, with Netflix, you WILL be throttled 50% or more if you return movies too quickly. So you lose even more money to Netflix's hidden late fees.

LATE Fees + EARLY Fees = NETFLIX

Actually, I would call Netflix throtling an EARLY FEE. The monthly rates and plan limits constitute a late fee, because you pay NFLX for every shipping day, every weekend break, and every day you keep your movies.

Alan

Is blockbuster corporate comment spamming this blog or what? I can't recall anybody I know having anything positve to say about blockbuster, most people I know hate it and have boycotted it by this point/

"Is blockbuster corporate comment spamming this blog or what? I can't recall anybody I know having anything positve to say about blockbuster, most people I know hate it and have boycotted it by this point."

No, we're not Blockbuster corporate. We are satisfied customers. We return our movies on time and have never paid a single late fee. We're happy to get movies from BB online and stores that NFLX doesn't carry. YES, there are folks who manage to watch movies within 2 weeks of checking them out. We don't have an irrational hatred of Blockbuster because they enforce the rules on lazy people like yourself who can't return movies on time.

Ace

Not BB Corporate? No, maybe not, but you have submitted 10 post in about 4 hours.

Not all from you... ok. sure. that's why completely seperate random people use words like "shill". It's not exactly in most people's daily vocabulary.

Way to go fan-boy. Keep pimping BB. They can't save themselves. It's an already sinking ship. They hit the Netflix iceburg long ago. The fact that they went from having late fees to having "return fees", a far more user friendly term, is practically proof of it.

Having a buisness model that COUNTS on your own customers being lazy or else you can't turn a profit is just bad buisness.

NETSUX

That's one of the things that's so weak about Netflix - they never get the newly remastered DVDs when they come out. They suck for avid audio-philes and video-philes who want a new anamorphic high-definition transfer or a DTS soundtrack. Because Netflix NEVER bothers to get those new DVDs with improved picture and sound or added special features. They didn't get "American Psycho: Unrated Spec Ed", and they still only have the R-rated version that is cut and censored. The word "asshole" is turned into "ass", changing the tone of the hooker video sex scene. Also, some of the sex is cut out of the NFLX R-Rated version. Their R-Rated copy of "Basic Instinct" is cut by 5 minutes, losing sex, nudity, profanity, and large chunks of the plot.

Netflix: Enjoy the Throttling. "Lord of the Rings: Extended Edition Trilogy" is a great example. Every Blockbuster and Hollywood had these movies months before Netflix decided to add them. BB online carried them from the get-go, because there was a huge demand. But Netflix sat on their hands with their thumbs up their @$$3$.

"Having a buisness model that COUNTS on your own customers being lazy or else you can't turn a profit is just bad buisness."

That's funny, since Netflix's business model counts on customers being lazy or else they can't turn a profit. You lame Netflix shill. Go back to your pathetic day-trading, "Ace." Also known as Aron, Trey/BadAss, Zachary T. Smart, and others.

Yo Ace

"Not BB Corporate? No, maybe not, but you have submitted 10 post in about 4 hours."

You would only suspect someone else of doing that because YOU'RE doing it. News flash for you: not everybody who posts within a 4-hour time frame is the same person. I know it is hard for someone like you to understand with your 5 identities. But there is such a thing as many people posting the same time and not being the same person. And lots of different people use the word shill. It's not a unique or obscure or unusual word, esp in regard to NFLX - the king of "undercover advertising."

Netflix actually does get some special editions of films, including the upcoming Wizard of Oz SE:

http://www.netflix.com/MovieDisplay?movieid=70039535&trkid=189530

Question - how many of you (on whatever service you use) actually bother to rent bonus discs? As much as I like extra features, I've found that bonus discs in general are kind of a waste of a rental - why use a slot to watch a bunch of featurettes and deleted scenes when you can use it to get an entirely different movie?

hall

"The story also says that Blockbuster is selectively closing stores"

There are FIFTEEN stores within 10 miles of me. Yeah, 10 miles can be a ways to drive, especially through town, but of the closest (7) stores, depending on where else we were going, any one of those could be easily on my way. I do think they have too many stores.

B0mBjAcK

People still rent movies? I can't remember the last time I rented a movie, if I want to see a movie I'll just go and buy it. DVDs are hella cheap online anyway so it doesn't make any difference to me.

Any way back to your bitch figiting girls, it's funny. I bet you all wouldn't be so big and brave in real life.

B0mBjAcK

People still rent movies? I can't remember the last time I rented a movie, if I want to see a movie I'll just go and buy it. DVDs are hella cheap online anyway so it doesn't make any difference to me.

Any way back to your bitch figiting girls, it's funny. I bet you all wouldn't be so big and brave in real life.

DVDs might be "hella cheap", but unless it's a movie you want to watch repeatedly, what's the point of owning a copy? Besides, a good chunk of what I (and a lot of other people here) rent consists of foreign/independent films, TV shows, anime, etc; those tend to be somewhat expensive if you're looking to buy...

"Is blockbuster corporate comment spamming this blog or what? I can't recall anybody I know having anything positve to say about blockbuster, most people I know hate it and have boycotted it by this point/"

I'm 40 years old and have NEVER paid a late fee for a movie or a library book. Some people (like me) are responsible and return our rentals on time. We don't bad mouth a business because we are too lazy to get off our asses and take them back. It appears that you and your "friends" are lazy.

NetFux

"Netflix actually does get some special editions of films, including the upcoming Wizard of Oz SE:"

They said they were getting "The Sting: SE" too. But the day of its release, it suddenly disappeared. I bet they look at these boards and add movies people claim they don't have. They don't actually bother getting most, but it lets the Netflix-lovers say "Look here!" Try finding "Conan the Barbarian" on NFLX. I got the 16x9 collector's edition from BBO. No such luck with Netflix. It's only Arnold Schwarzenegger's breakthrough role and maybe his best. No chance seeing it with NFLX.

Enjoy The Throttling.

double dipper

"People still rent movies? I can't remember the last time I rented a movie, if I want to see a movie I'll just go and buy it. DVDs are hella cheap online anyway so it doesn't make any difference to me."

Try buying Criterion Collection releases, or anime. The average ones cost $25-40 even at Deep Discount. We don't wanna get stuck with movies we don't really like. It sounds like you have more money than common sense, are easy to please, or know what you want before even seeing it. I wouldn't buy a DVD without renting it first even if I liked it in the theater. My opinion might have changed. Or it may be a flawed DVD release. Plus, there is the concern that the studio will try to double-dip us and release a "deluxe unrated special edition extended director's cut" a few months later. This is esp likely if the original is almost a bare-bones disc, like "Sin City." (no commentary, no trailers, no TV spots, just an 8-minute featurette...)

"

People still rent movies? I can't remember the last time I rented a movie, if I want to see a movie I'll just go and buy it. DVDs are hella cheap online anyway so it doesn't make any difference to me.

Any way back to your bitch figiting girls, it's funny. I bet you all wouldn't be so big and brave in real life."

Way to be an e-thug there partner. You sure showed em with the whole "you wouldn't be so tough IRL" all while making the statement behind your monitor. You're either an internet newbie, an idiot, or some stupid kid who hasn't matured enough to knew that those kind of statements are absolutely moronic and are as much of a waste of time as anything/anyone you are trying to belittle. No one gives a crap about who you think is tough or not, try to stay on subject and leave the useless banter out of it.

Tim

“We had the option to buy Netflix for$50 million and we didn't do it. They were losing money. They came around a few times," he recalls...Netflix is now worth $1.4 billion. Blockbuster’s market cap is about $850 million."

Opps, another great move on BB's part. (Having late fees in the first place was another).

/sarcasm

cate

As others have said, the editing doesn't occur. They can choose to carry whichever versions they choose, and they do carry unrated versions of movies. I have no problem with the new 'no late fee' policy because, really, you are renting it for $4 not buying it, so how long do you really think you should keep it?

From a purely business perspective, you have no idea how much money BB loses on one rental if a person keeps it for an extended period of time. All those re-rents are lost. So either way they get their money; they are in business to make money.

My favorite comment from the OP was BB has never had an 'original idea' or done anything innovative. Oh, did you think of making movie rentals a multi-million dollar industry in 1985 or was that them? They created an entire segment of the entertainment industry but that's not original or innovative?? You do realize that w/o BB NF wouldn't exist...

CashForFlow

First, I think everyone wants a service that doesn't punish them for being lazy. Only a minority want to work harder solely to impress others. A flat rate regardless of your use satisfies the need to just relax.

Second, famous movies aren't famous because of the director's cut. That's a totally different movie. That's my last bit of knowledge gained from a film class.

Happy viewing!

RESPONSIBLE BEHAVIOR

"First, I think everyone wants a service that doesn't punish them for being lazy."

Not really. Only the lazy people. I think Hollywood Video's 5-day rentals offer MORE than enough time to watch. I usually return my MVP rentals 2-3 days before the deadline. I often keep Blockbuster rentals 7-14 days, because they're not as conveniently located.

"Only a minority want to work harder solely to impress others."

We're not trying to impress anyone. We just watch our movies within 2 weeks of checking them out. We manage our time better, so we have no trouble getting them back without a late fee. Who would we trying to impress by doing this? It's just responsible behavior.

"A flat rate regardless of your use satisfies the need to just relax."

Your need to relax is the reason others have a long wait for their movies. So I disagree with your need to just relax. If you want to relax, BUY THE DAMN MOVIE YOURSELF!!! If you want to rent, then try having some fricking consideration for other members. And, while you're at it, don't scratch the DVDs to hell or get fingerprints all over them. Thanks.

20/20 Hindsight

Can we stop playing 20/20 hindsight? Perhaps at the time NFLX tried to sell, they weren't worth $50 million. We all must live here and now, unfortunately. You laugh their decision comfortably in the present, but you probably would have done the same. Several companies passed on The Beatles, "Gone With the Wind", and "Star Wars" before one finally gave them the green light. If you ran those studios at the time, knowing what people knew then, you might have turned them down too. So what?

USA: Home of Censorship

"Second, famous movies aren't famous because of the director's cut. That's a totally different movie. That's my last bit of knowledge gained from a film class."

That's not always true. Sometimes the United States gets the censored / edited cut, while the Director's Cut plays internationally. It was like this for "Basic Instinct" and Terry Gilliam's "Brazil." Europeans saw the uncut version while Americans accepted censorship.

That's why I rarely pay to see movies in the theaters any more, nor do I pay for the DVD. Chancse are they will eventually release an uncut, uncensored, unrated version down the line. I'm still waiting for the unrated cut of "Dream Lover" with James Spader. MGM has the unrated version on VHS, but they refused to give us an unrated DVD. Stupid bastards.

So, I'm not gonna buy any edited movie with even a HINT that an uncut version exists.

PlungeBob

Hey,

In defense of the "bitch fighting" the first
poster on this thread was a total troll.

On topic, I am not sure how impressed I am that
NF's *market cap* is so huge. This strikes me
as representing the public opinion of NF as a whole.
...and we all know that this is something that
can go south on one in a matter of days.

Off topic, I have to add that both NF's and
BB's selections are good. If I cannot find it
in one, then I can find it in the other.

...but, and yes it is a tired topic, throttling
makes the difference for me. In a good month BB
almost doubles NF's throughput.

ThrottleFlix

"Off topic, I have to add that both NF's and
BB's selections are good. If I cannot find it
in one, then I can find it in the other."

That's not always true. There are some DVDs that NEITHER of them have. Like "The Grudge: Unrated", "Zentropa", "Thursday", "Last Days of Disco", and "Double Indemnity." BBO "has" some of them, but they're long wait and I've been waiting about 9 months so far.

"...but, and yes it is a tired topic, throttling
makes the difference for me. In a good month BB
almost doubles NF's throughput."

I find that hard to believe. The most I have received from BBO is 20 a month. THe least I have received from NFLX is 14. Blockbuster's about 20-40% faster - nowhere near double.

PlungeBob


Ok, my calculations are crude.....but basically
NF seems to be forcing me to 1 a week per, where
I can still get 2 a week per from BB.

As I said, a crude estimate, which probably
shouldn't have been made in this sensitive forum.

I am on the 6-out at NF and received 13 last week. 3-out at BB and got 3.

Last 3 months with NF is 39, 42 & 44 on the 6-out and 5 people watching them. I do have a local DC 5 miles away at best and a main post office 2 blocks away.

The point is, each person is going to be different depending on their location, nearest DC, DC load, etc.

Even with throttling 50% of the time, I do quite well with NF. Now, if they would carry the special edition, directors cut, re-releases, etc., versions, it would be good for me!

CashForFlow

"That's not always true. Sometimes the United States gets the censored / edited cut, while the Director's Cut plays internationally."

I was writing about a film being popular in the US. In my case the rule still applies.

CashForFlow

"Not really. Only the lazy people. I think Hollywood Video's 5-day rentals offer MORE than enough time to watch. I usually return my MVP rentals 2-3 days before the deadline."

That has nothing to do with the fact everyone wants a service that doesn't punish them for being late. Your responsible choice to timely return videos is irrelevant.

PlungeBob


"I am on the 6-out at NF and received 13 last week."

"Even with throttling 50% of the time..."

Dude, you are not being throttled.

At that rate you will see 52 films in a month
on a 6-out plan.

This defines *not being throttled*

I expect a response, as this dialog begins
to look fishy.....

"I expect a response, as this dialog begins
to look fishy....."

and you shall have it. If you read my post, I stated that I have received 39, 42 & 44 over the last 3 months - not 52. Approx 50% get throttled to the "shipping tomorrow" status. Some weeks I can turn them around 3x, 2x is average and others just 1x per week. So over the past 3 months I have averaged what I posted.

I also said "I do have a local DC 5 miles away at best and a main post office 2 blocks away". They may help up my numbers where others cannot achieve this.

I was doing great with BB as well but over the past 2 months they have virtually stopped USPS scanning of returns and started shipping more and more from B&M stores (further away then my BB DC) so my totals there have dropped terribly.

For Plungebob:

My 90 day history:

All Returned Movies

Last 30 Days

Neon Genesis Evangelion Collection 0:4, 2000 10/05/05 10/10/05 Report Problem
Superman: The Movie, 1978 10/07/05 10/10/05 Report Problem
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, 2004 10/07/05 10/10/05 Report Problem
Blazing Saddles: 30th Anniversary Special Edition, 1974 10/07/05 10/10/05 Report Problem
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 3: Disc 4, 2003 10/06/05 10/10/05 Report Problem
Sam Whiskey, 1969 10/04/05 10/07/05 Report Problem
Cinderella: Special Edition, 1950 10/05/05 10/07/05 Report Problem
Cinderella: Special Edition: Bonus Material, 1950 10/05/05 10/07/05 Report Problem
The Andy Griffith Show: Season 2: Disc 5, 1961 09/29/05 10/06/05 Report Problem
The Andy Griffith Show: Season 3: Disc 5, 1962 10/03/05 10/05/05 Report Problem
The Andy Griffith Show: Season 3: Disc 3, 1962 10/03/05 10/05/05 Report Problem
The Andy Griffith Show: Season 3: Disc 4, 1962 10/03/05 10/05/05 Report Problem
Neon Genesis Evangelion Collection 0:3, 2000 09/29/05 10/04/05 Report Problem
Bloodsport 4, 1998 09/27/05 10/03/05 Report Problem
The Andy Griffith Show: Season 3: Disc 1, 1962 09/30/05 10/03/05 Report Problem
The Andy Griffith Show: Season 2: Disc 4, 1961 09/27/05 10/03/05 Report Problem
The Andy Griffith Show: Season 3: Disc 2, 1962 09/30/05 10/03/05 Report Problem
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 3: Disc 1, 2003 09/28/05 09/30/05 Report Problem
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 3: Disc 2, 2003 09/28/05 09/30/05 Report Problem
Neon Genesis Evangelion Collection 0:2, 2000 09/26/05 09/28/05 Report Problem
Super Mario Bros., 1993 09/26/05 09/28/05 Report Problem
Teen Titans: Season 2: Vol. 1: Fear Itself, 2004 09/26/05 09/28/05 Report Problem
Robots, 2005 09/26/05 09/28/05 Report Problem
Dangerous Minds, 1995 09/23/05 09/26/05 Report Problem
SpongeBob SquarePants: Absorbing Favorites, 1999 09/22/05 09/26/05 Report Problem
Neon Genesis Evangelion Collection 0:1, 1995 09/20/05 09/26/05 Report Problem
The Andy Griffith Show: Season 2: Disc 3, 1961 09/21/05 09/26/05 Report Problem
The Adventures of Sharkboy & Lavagirl, 2005 09/20/05 09/26/05 Report Problem
The Andy Griffith Show: Season 2: Disc 2, 1961 09/20/05 09/26/05 Report Problem
The Hunter, 1980 09/21/05 09/23/05 Report Problem
The Longest Yard, 2005 09/20/05 09/22/05 Report Problem
Bloodsport 3, 1996 09/16/05 09/21/05 Report Problem
Blushing Bloopers, 2002 09/14/05 09/20/05 Report Problem
Newsradio: Seasons 1 and 2: Disc 3, 1995 09/15/05 09/19/05 Report Problem
Newsradio: Seasons 1 and 2: Disc 2, 1995 09/15/05 09/19/05 Report Problem
Azumanga Daioh: Vol. 6: Graduation!, 2004 09/13/05 09/19/05 Report Problem
The Andy Griffith Show: Season 2: Disc 1, 1961 09/16/05 09/19/05 Report Problem
Fraggle Rock: Season 1: Disc 4, 1983 09/13/05 09/16/05 Report Problem
Newsradio: Seasons 1 and 2: Disc 1, 1995 09/13/05 09/15/05 Report Problem
Places in the Heart, 1984 09/13/05 09/15/05 Report Problem
Fraggle Rock: Season 1: Disc 5: Bonus Material, 1983 09/13/05 09/15/05 Report Problem
Fraggle Rock: Season 1: Disc 3, 1983 09/09/05 09/13/05 Report Problem
Sledge Hammer!: Season 2: Disc 4, 1987 09/09/05 09/13/05 Report Problem
Bloodsport 2, 1996 09/09/05 09/13/05 Report Problem
Fraggle Rock: Season 1: Disc 2, 1983 09/09/05 09/13/05 Report Problem
Fraggle Rock: Season 1: Disc 1, 1983 09/07/05 09/13/05 Report Problem
Azumanga Daioh: Vol. 5: Seniors!, 2002 09/07/05 09/12/05 Report Problem

Last 31-90 Days
Sledge Hammer!: Season 2: Disc 3, 1987 09/06/05 09/09/05
Sledge Hammer!: Season 2: Disc 1, 1987 09/06/05 09/08/05
Selena, 1997 09/06/05 09/08/05
Sledge Hammer!: Season 2: Disc 2, 1987 09/06/05 09/08/05
Mom and Dad Save the World, 1992 08/30/05 09/06/05
Reported missing on 09/06/05.
The Heist, 1989 08/30/05 09/06/05
Reported missing on 09/06/05.
Broken Lance, 1954 08/30/05 09/06/05
DNAngel: Vol. 7: The Light Breaks, 2004 08/30/05 09/06/05
Silver Streak, 1976 09/02/05 09/06/05
McQ, 1974 09/02/05 09/06/05
Carbon Copy, 1981 08/30/05 09/02/05
The Ring Two, 2005 08/31/05 09/02/05
In Living Color: Season 3: Disc 2, 1991 08/26/05 08/31/05
Weird Al Yankovic: The Ultimate Video Collection, 2003 08/25/05 08/29/05
Moving Violations, 1985 08/25/05 08/29/05
Christine: Special Edition, 2004 08/25/05 08/29/05
Azumanga Daioh: Vol. 4: Friends!, 2002 08/24/05 08/29/05
In Living Color: Season 3: Disc 3, 1991 08/26/05 08/29/05
Columbo: Season 3: Disc 1, 1973 08/23/05 08/25/05
Columbo: Season 3: Disc 2, 1973 08/23/05 08/25/05
Columbo: Season 3: Disc 4, 1973 08/23/05 08/25/05
Lone Wolf McQuade, 1983 08/23/05 08/25/05
Columbo: Season 3: Disc 3, 1973 08/23/05 08/25/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2: Disc 6, 2002 08/16/05 08/23/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2: Disc 7, 2002 08/16/05 08/23/05
The Brown Bunny, 2004 08/16/05 08/23/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2: Disc 1, 2002 08/09/05 08/23/05
Reported missing on 08/15/05.
Guncrazy, 1992 08/17/05 08/23/05
Azumanga Daioh: Vol. 3: Rivals!, 2002 08/17/05 08/23/05
Azumanga Daioh: Vol. 2: Festivals!, 2002 08/16/05 08/22/05
Azumanga Daioh: Vol. 1: Entrance!, 2002 08/11/05 08/16/05
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, 1971 08/12/05 08/16/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2: Disc 5, 2002 08/12/05 08/16/05
Star Ocean EX: Vol. 4: Ruins & Hopes, 2004 08/10/05 08/15/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2: Disc 4, 2002 08/11/05 08/15/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2: Disc 3, 2002 08/10/05 08/12/05
The Haunted Mansion, 2003 08/10/05 08/12/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2: Disc 2, 2002 08/09/05 08/11/05
Gunsmoke: To the Last Man, 1992 08/08/05 08/10/05
The Brutal Truth, 1999 08/05/05 08/10/05
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Vol. 7, 2005 08/05/05 08/10/05
DNAngel: Vol. 6: Ice & Darkness, 2004 08/05/05 08/09/05
In Living Color: Season 3: Disc 1, 1991 08/04/05 08/08/05
Gunsmoke: The Last Apache, 1990 08/02/05 08/08/05
Practical Magic, 1998 08/03/05 08/08/05
Orgazmo, 1998 08/02/05 08/04/05
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Vol. 5, 2004 08/01/05 08/04/05
Guess Who, 2005 08/02/05 08/04/05
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Vol. 6, 2005 08/01/05 08/03/05
Escape from the Planet of the Apes, 1971 07/29/05 08/02/05
The Girl from Monday, 2005 07/29/05 08/02/05
Beneath the Planet of the Apes, 1970 07/28/05 08/02/05
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, 1973 07/29/05 08/01/05
Battle for the Planet of the Apes, 1975 07/29/05 08/01/05
The Canterville Ghost, 1997 07/20/05 08/01/05
Reported missing on 07/28/05.
Young Guns II, 1990 07/19/05 08/01/05
Reported missing on 07/27/05.
Orgazmo: Bonus Material, 1998 07/28/05 08/01/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 1: Disc 5, 2001 07/26/05 07/28/05
Samurai Jack: Season 1: Disc 2, 2001 07/26/05 07/28/05
Wake Up, Ron Burgundy, 2004 07/26/05 07/28/05
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Vol. 3, 2004 07/26/05 07/28/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 1: Disc 4, 2001 07/21/05 07/26/05
Samurai Jack: Season 1: Disc 1, 2001 07/20/05 07/25/05
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Vol. 2, 2004 07/20/05 07/25/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 1: Disc 3, 2001 07/20/05 07/25/05
Moonraker, 1979 07/13/05 07/21/05
Reported missing on 07/19/05.
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 1: Disc 2, 2001 07/18/05 07/20/05
Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 1: Disc 1, 2001 07/18/05 07/20/05
Young Guns, 1988 07/15/05 07/20/05
The Missing, 2003 07/15/05 07/19/05
The Living Daylights, 1987 07/14/05 07/18/05
Licence to Kill, 1989 07/14/05 07/18/05
Akira, 1988 07/14/05 07/18/05
GoldenEye, 1995 07/08/05 07/14/05
Reported mislabeled on 07/13/05.
A View to a Kill, 1985 07/08/05 07/14/05
Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence, 2004 07/12/05 07/14/05
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Vol. 1, 2004 07/12/05 07/14/05
Rent-A-Cop, 1988 07/07/05 07/14/05

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