Saturday, April 10, 2010

A Good Movie Is Hard To Find

It was only recently I said to myself, many times I review movies which are no longer available on VHS and have not been put on DVD yet. Other times I review movies which are not available in the U.S. then it occured to me. Why review a product which you can't see? What's the point? If I recommend the movie that it sort of an insult to injury. I'm telling you there is a great movie out there but you can't see it. That's unfair, right?

As I result of this I thought, why not sell movies on here. I would say about 90% of what I review on this blog I actually own. Of course if it is a modern movie in theatres I don't have it. But I do own many, many classic Hollywood movies which are very hard to find. I'm not going to list them all here, but you can use my reviews as a guide, just e-mail me a title and I'll let you know if I have it.

Most of these rare movies I have are on VHS. I don't know how to copy them onto a DVD. So hopefully that will be acceptable to many. Naturally, once you have the VHS if you know how to burn it on a DVD, go ahead! It's your movie now.

Prices may vary depending on how much shipping & handling cost.

I have a large collection of Joe E. Brown comedies, Wheeler and Woolsey, Laurel & Hardy (including their 2 reelers), Harry Langdon, Harold Lloyd, Clark Gable, Ingmar Bergman and much more. Again, feel free to ask about any title.