Movie Fan Man: Cinema Connoisseur

Traditional, Artsy, Genre-Within-Genre: A Little Something for Everyone

A Tour of My Collection

Hello to my followers, those I’m following, and all curious visitors. I thought I’d try something a little different today and show off, via photos, my specialty Blu Ray/DVD Collection.

Now these are going to be all my boutique titles, meaning from places like the Criterion Collection, Arrow Video/Arrow Academy, Eureka Masters of Cinema/Eureka Classics, 88 Films, etc. Imports from the U.K., Germany, Italy, and France are also a part of these titles.

The included photos have the majority of my boutique titles, but I’ve also included a picture of my Monty Python’s Flying Circus and Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins. They’re UK imports too, but I have them in my mainstream section.

If there are any titles you’d like to see me write about, please let me know in the comments. Enjoy.














(Excuse the glare and fuzziness of some of the photos, I tried to take the best pictures possible with an overhead light as the weather in OC NJ is rainy and miserable)

(In case some of the titles at the bottom are unreadable, they are: The Law, Hercules in the Haunted World, That Man From Rio/Up to His Ears, <Martial Arts Double Feature: Kung-Fu Girl/Lady Whiplash, The Professional, and Frank Riva)

Tony Nash aka Movie Fan Man


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2 Responses

  1. Plenty of recognizable titles in here that I find on my own shelf but then there is a bit of envy as well. Nice collection. I need to get that Sartana set from Arrow for one thing and I’ve been interested in that Kinski box of Edgar Wallace thrillers.

    • moviefanman says:

      Always happy to inspire a fellow collector. I recall similar feelings when viewing collectors on YouTube, that sense of similarity, but always wanting to improve. I highly recommend the Sartana films, all of them are good watches. I also recommend the Blu Rays of the Edgar Wallace films as they’re region free while the DVDs are Region 2 locked (unless you have a region free Blu Ray player-which I also highly recommend) and sometimes don’t have subtitles for the German audio tracks. Thanks again for the comment.

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