If you're like me, you've got a shitpot full of shiny digital discs. You also might have a region-free, multi-standard format DVD player like yours truly. Also if you're really like me you surf all of the Internet digging around for information and especially screen captures from hard-to-find DVDs that peak your interest.
Then if you're really, really like me to a creepy degree you get slightly annoyed by never quite finding much on said DVDs anywhere. Or you get frustrated by completely asinine reviews of the video quality written by those who either have no idea what they're talking about or treat it as an afterthought, like "the transfer is framed well and looks good."
Yea, probably none of you are quite like me (at least I hope not), but I'm going to start introing a new feature here at BoGD in addition to all the other crap I post. Little entries with technical jargon and direct screen captures from obscure DVDs in my collection will start appearing whenever I damn well feel like it. Just so other adventurous collectors can get a better idea of what they're trying to track down to see whether it's worth their time and money. I'll feature DVDs from the entire world over, some unique and some released multiple times on DVD. I'm not planning on actually reviewing the given films, but I might throw a few lines in at times. The first will probably be up shortly.
Trained To Kill (1989)
2 hours ago