okay, with all this talk about dvd collections, i took a look at my profiler and realized that is was way out of date. so over the past two days, i spent a few hours:
a) printing out my inventory list (18 pages)
b) going through my collection and looking for discs that are missing or discs that i hadn't listed
c) going back to the inventory database and deleting out all the crap my ex-wife took when we split (about 200 - 250 discs)
d) inputing all the new discs that had been left out
and, my collection list is completely up to date. before i give the link, i want to point something out: i like bad movies. there. i said it. also, when you check the list, keep this in mind: i am the dvd buyer for a retail store, so a lot of the discs i get are screeners. even if it's a crappy, direct to video with a $5 budget shot on vhs-c in the basement of my grandmother's house on the weekend with some friends from work that i don't really know but were kind enough to be in my movie, i watch it (at least once. or at least, i try
to watch it.) and enter into my database.
anyway, that list can be seen here
now, another quick question for you guzzlefish users... do you know if there is a way i can export this database and import it into guzzlefish instead of loading all my dvd's in there one at a time?
edit: oops, forgot to mention, while going through the collection, i found a couple of dupes (?) and discs that i upgraded. if anyones interested, $5 each:
rumble in the bronx
reservoir dogs (first version)
first wives club