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Post by joachimt » August 9th, 2014, 2:00 pm

I just deleted 10 movies from my backlog, because I couldn't think of a reason why I should watch them. They were just a bunch of movies that randomly got into my backlog years ago. I even kept some other random stuff like movies that got in my backlog, because I filled some random KG-requests. Not a particular desire to see them, but I am just curious to see what I uploaded myself.

Backlog decreased to 253.
Total runtime of backlog: 25.0 days
(that includes 5.1 days of "Alfred Hitchcock presents" and "Alfred Hitchcock hour", which are counted as 1 entry per season in my backlog)
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Post by LarsC » August 9th, 2014, 3:16 pm

My backlog is +/- 100 (not counting streaming). Too much for me, so I'm trying to reduce it. Ideally it should be less than 40.
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Post by Fergenaprido » August 9th, 2014, 6:09 pm

Interesting thread. I guessed I'm in the 401-500 range

3 years ago I began stockpiling movies on my laptop because I was going away for the summer and I assumed I would have a shitty internet connection and lots of free time, so it was perfect for watching movies. I was right about the former but wrong about the latter. I have 180 films left to watch from that downloading spree, though a few are ones I saw years ago and want to see again.

Since I returned home a year ago, I've been going to my local library and ripping dvds, mainly in anticipation of leaving again (which is 99% going to happen next month), and only since I joined here in June have I really been watching movies more regularly. There are 200 films in that category on my computer (with 10 more being added this week). Add to that 7 films from my brother, 30 films from the lovely people here on the forum, and 30 films from KG (so far). I'm not counting my Watch later and other lists I have on my youtube account, which add up to just under 150 films (mostly shorts).

Grand total: 440 + 10, so I was actually right on. I thought I would be underguessing, but I've been watching (and then deleting) a lot of films these past two months, so I guess that's why. I'm running out of room on my external harddrive anyway, so it's probably good that I move in a month. I've got a separate spreadsheet for my movies at home/films I want to see that I update with information pertinent to the challenges here so that I can more effectively decide what to watch, which is very helpful.

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Post by 3eyes » August 9th, 2014, 7:22 pm

I joined the ongoing unofficial cleanup challenge in hopes of making some inroads on my KG backlog. Trouble is, what do I do with the ones I've watched? I store some of them on flash drives in case I or anyone else wants to see them again later, but organizing is a pain.

I only buy movies if a) they're old "comfort-food" favorites that I like to watch over and over; or b) if I really want to see something and can't get it any other way. I rarely buy new DVDs sight unseen, though.

I could certainly do a lot of weeding of various queues. My ICM "Watchlist" tends to be a catchall for things that I have no other way of queueing, such as new movies that haven't shown up in the NF saved category, or stuff I can't find on NF or KG. I'm sure I could make better use of it, but it would be time-consuming to figure out how.
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Post by joachimt » November 30th, 2014, 9:45 am

joachimt on Aug 9 2014, 08:00:28 AM wrote:Backlog decreased to 253.
Total runtime of backlog: 25.0 days
(that includes 5.1 days of "Alfred Hitchcock presents" and "Alfred Hitchcock hour", which are counted as 1 entry per season in my backlog)
I just managed to get my backlog below 200. :)

Total runtime still 21.4 days. Average runtime of 154 minutes, because of the Hitchcock seasons and Heimat 2.
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Post by drbop » November 30th, 2014, 6:50 pm

All the movies I watch are on DVDs from my local library, so I usually have less than 25 at my home at any given time.

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Post by joachimt » June 17th, 2015, 8:21 pm

For the first time since...... I think 2005...... my backlog is below 100. :)
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Post by monty » June 17th, 2015, 8:54 pm

joachimt on Jun 17 2015, 02:21:01 PM wrote:For the first time since...... I think 2005...... my backlog is below 100. :)
Sounds like you're going to run out soon. Luckily, my backlog is 1500+

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Post by Ebbywebby » June 17th, 2015, 9:04 pm

Downloads on my hard drive that I haven't watched yet? 31. No film-nut award for me, I guess. Then there are 15-16 other already-seen films that I store just to keep my KG ratio lubricated.

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Post by joachimt » June 17th, 2015, 9:19 pm

monty on Jun 17 2015, 02:54:03 PM wrote:
joachimt on Jun 17 2015, 02:21:01 PM wrote:For the first time since...... I think 2005...... my backlog is below 100. :)
Sounds like you're going to run out soon. Luckily, my backlog is 1500+
Well, these 99 titles still add up to a total runtime of 11.4 days (I counted a few seasons of AH presents and AH hour as 1 entry for each season). If I watch an average of 3 hours a day, it would take me 3 months. But I'm also rewatching my favorites and there are still new movies getting into my backlog for the World Cup and FotW, so I guess I'm booked for the rest of this year. I won't start picking new goals and collecting other movies before December.
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Post by Cippenham » June 17th, 2015, 9:21 pm

not counted so its out of control, must be hundreds
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Post by Lilarcor » June 17th, 2015, 10:58 pm

Around 700.

Insane that 7 people voted 1-25 films, I envy you guys a bit.

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Post by sushantv10 » June 18th, 2015, 6:21 am

Events in last 1 and half year have really taken be back....a lot of catching up to do

Backlog over 400 movies , and many good series to watch including Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad etc
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Post by perceval » June 18th, 2015, 10:46 am

I also have about 700 films, could be above 750 depending on how you count... This thread made me start to add everything to a letterboxd list and that was quite addictive.

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Post by 3eyes » June 18th, 2015, 4:11 pm

About 125 downloads, + huge NF queues.
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Post by joachimt » June 17th, 2016, 5:13 pm

10
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Post by albajos » June 17th, 2016, 5:35 pm

I'm guessing 750. DVDs, BRs, VHS and Laserdisc. Haven't had control over that number since 2006. But see one every day now :)

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Post by joachimt » June 23rd, 2016, 7:53 pm

joachimt on Jun 17 2016, 11:13:10 AM wrote:10
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Post by Jimi Antiloop » October 3rd, 2016, 8:55 pm

About 150, but then there is a 70 films backloglist of movies I wanne rewatch, to see if there are still good or because I know they will and that for I have to.
With starting beeing active on iCM backlog crew automaticlly. :sweat: ^_^

But when i look on what i have in watchlist on now 3 different movie community sites, I can take the number 4 times.
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Post by jgwr » October 4th, 2016, 2:06 pm

As of right now, 1413, and an unknown number not yet catalogued.

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Post by Rene Narciso » December 12th, 2016, 8:34 pm

Something in the 200-300 range, between Netflix, DVDs and a few downloaded movies.

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Post by toro913 » December 13th, 2016, 10:12 pm

Approximately 1150 and not going down.

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Post by OldAle1 » March 8th, 2017, 10:49 pm

I have no idea but it's a pretty huge number; conservatively 3-4000, but could be as high as 5000.
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Post by joachimt » March 8th, 2017, 11:25 pm

OldAle1 on Mar 8 2017, 03:49:47 PM wrote:I have no idea but it's a pretty huge number; conservatively 3-4000, but could be as high as 5000.
Which are? DVD's? Or only stuff on harddrives?
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Post by OldAle1 » March 9th, 2017, 3:35 am

joachimt on Mar 8 2017, 04:25:41 PM wrote:
OldAle1 on Mar 8 2017, 03:49:47 PM wrote:I have no idea but it's a pretty huge number; conservatively 3-4000, but could be as high as 5000.
Which are? DVD's? Or only stuff on harddrives?
Oh at least 1000 are dvds and blu-rays (and even some VHS, though I no longer have a working player). I've been meaning to make a count but I'm too lazy. 5 tb worth of stuff on hard drives.

Of course it also depends on what one counts as a "film"; I suspect I have at least 2000 unwatched shorts for example.
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Post by weirdboy » March 9th, 2017, 3:45 am

I believe I am currently at less than 100 in my backlog but that's only because I've been making a conscious effort on reducing it for the past 6 months or so.

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Post by RogerTheMovieManiac88 » March 9th, 2017, 3:51 am

The only backlog of films I have is the one made up of titles I have recorded on my TV planner. Somewhere in the region of 80 to 100 films I'd imagine and it is a constant struggle to make enough space for new stuff.

I hardly ever download stuff to my laptop so I don't have a backlog of titles building up there. I like to watch as I go and fall into new stuff serendipitously.
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Post by joachimt » March 9th, 2017, 1:28 pm

OldAle1 on Mar 8 2017, 08:35:28 PM wrote:
joachimt on Mar 8 2017, 04:25:41 PM wrote:
OldAle1 on Mar 8 2017, 03:49:47 PM wrote:I have no idea but it's a pretty huge number; conservatively 3-4000, but could be as high as 5000.
Which are? DVD's? Or only stuff on harddrives?
Oh at least 1000 are dvds and blu-rays (and even some VHS, though I no longer have a working player). I've been meaning to make a count but I'm too lazy. 5 tb worth of stuff on hard drives.

Of course it also depends on what one counts as a "film"; I suspect I have at least 2000 unwatched shorts for example.
1000 unwatched dvd's? :blink:
Even if you get them cheap that's still at least 5000 euros you spend without watching them any time soon. I regularly buy dvd's as well, but not more than I'm able to watch within a reasonable period. I can think of more useful ways to spend 5000 euros. :P
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Post by cinephage » March 9th, 2017, 3:46 pm

Out of the 6100 dvd/Blurays I own, I still have 1892 dvds to watch... And I do watch a lot of them (admittedly I even enjoy a few rewatches, and go to the movies quite often).

I'm well aware this is more than I can watch in a year, but I love to spend hours just looking at my shelves... :wub:
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Post by sol » March 9th, 2017, 4:01 pm

Like the vast majority of people who voted in the poll on this thread, I have over 1500 unwatched movies in my collection.

Given that my movie collection is at around 8000 at the moment and that I have less than 6000 checks on iCM and I do not own every film that I have ever seen, at a conservative estimate, I would say that I have:

Somewhere between 2750 and 3000 films unwatched films in my home movie collection on DVD, BRD, HDDVD, LD, VHS or Beta.

I know that sounds like a lot, but where I live, it is nigh on impossible to rent movies any longer (all but a few rental outlets have gone extinct) so if there even the faintest chance that I might want to watch or rewatch a film, it is worth my while to buy it at the right price. And luckily, between all the op shops on my side of the country and a local retail chain that specialises in reselling used products (Cash Converters), the vast majority of DVDs that I have bought over the past few years have cost me between AU $0.50 and $3.00 (quite cheap). The collector in me doesn't like the fact that some of the second hand DVDs that I purchase come scratched, but the vast majority of films that I buy second hand play without a hitch (higher than 95%).
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Post by OldAle1 » March 9th, 2017, 4:50 pm

sol on Mar 9 2017, 09:01:48 AM wrote:Like the vast majority of people who voted in the poll on this thread, I have over 1500 unwatched movies in my collection.

Given that my movie collection is at around 8000 at the moment and that I have less than 6000 checks on iCM and I do not own every film that I have ever seen, at a conservative estimate, I would say that I have:

Somewhere between 2750 and 3000 films unwatched films in my home movie collection on DVD, BRD, HDDVD, LD, VHS or Beta.

I know that sounds like a lot, but where I live, it is nigh on impossible to rent movies any longer (all but a few rental outlets have gone extinct) so if there even the faintest chance that I might want to watch or rewatch a film, it is worth my while to buy it at the right price. And luckily, between all the op shops on my side of the country and a local retail chain that specialises in reselling used products (Cash Converters), the vast majority of DVDs that I have bought over the past few years have cost me between AU $0.50 and $3.00 (quite cheap). The collector in me doesn't like the fact that some of the second hand DVDs that I purchase come scratched, but the vast majority of films that I buy second hand play without a hitch (higher than 95%).
I take it you don't download (legally or illegally) or stream at all sol? All the more impressive a collection.
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Post by OldAle1 » March 9th, 2017, 6:08 pm

joachimt on Mar 9 2017, 06:28:57 AM wrote:
OldAle1 on Mar 8 2017, 08:35:28 PM wrote:
joachimt on Mar 8 2017, 04:25:41 PM wrote:Which are? DVD's? Or only stuff on harddrives?
Oh at least 1000 are dvds and blu-rays (and even some VHS, though I no longer have a working player). I've been meaning to make a count but I'm too lazy. 5 tb worth of stuff on hard drives.

Of course it also depends on what one counts as a "film"; I suspect I have at least 2000 unwatched shorts for example.
1000 unwatched dvd's? :blink:
Even if you get them cheap that's still at least 5000 euros you spend without watching them any time soon. I regularly buy dvd's as well, but not more than I'm able to watch within a reasonable period. I can think of more useful ways to spend 5000 euros. :P
It's not necessarily 1000 individual dvds/blus though; I have an awful lot of boxed sets (at least 50, perhaps 100) with anywhere from 4-50 films - features that is; also lots of sets of shorts. Still the number of physical dvd/blu is pretty large.

As to price - well, I'm guessing my average is below 5 euros which is what, 7 dollars, 8 at the moment? I've gotten a lot of stuff at thrift shops and I rarely buy anything that's not on sale, and those box sets bring the per-film cost down considerably. But I've also been collecting since VHS days in 1987 or so, so even if it is $7-8000 over 30 years that's only an average of $250 or so per year. And I spend more on that in the cinema, at least I have the last couple of years.
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Post by Onderhond » March 9th, 2017, 6:30 pm

~50 films, about 20 downloaded, 20 on Netflix and another 10 on Amazon Prime.

I don't like big backlogs though, so I'm steadily working through them.

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Post by 3eyes » March 9th, 2017, 7:05 pm

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Post by cinephage » March 9th, 2017, 7:29 pm

Onderhond on Mar 9 2017, 11:30:05 AM wrote:I don't like big backlogs though, so I'm steadily working through them.
It's easy to guess from my situation, but I'm exactly the opposite : I become nervous when I don't have a huge number of films I can watch whenever I feel like it...

So My backlog gives me peace of mind. I know I'll be enjoying a good film tomorrow evening, or even next week. Knowing this is a pleasant feeling.

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Post by joachimt » March 9th, 2017, 8:06 pm

Onderhond on Mar 9 2017, 11:30:05 AM wrote:20 on Netflix
It's pretty useless to count my Netflix-backlog. Last week I watchlisted 6 movies. A few days later 3 of those were taken down from Netflix. If I want to watch something from Netflix, it seems I need to watch is right away......
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Post by sol » March 10th, 2017, 10:16 am

OldAle1 on Mar 9 2017, 09:50:16 AM wrote:
sol on Mar 9 2017, 09:01:48 AM wrote:Like the vast majority of people who voted in the poll on this thread, I have over 1500 unwatched movies in my collection.

Given that my movie collection is at around 8000 at the moment and that I have less than 6000 checks on iCM and I do not own every film that I have ever seen, at a conservative estimate, I would say that I have:

Somewhere between 2750 and 3000 films unwatched films in my home movie collection on DVD, BRD, HDDVD, LD, VHS or Beta.

I know that sounds like a lot, but where I live, it is nigh on impossible to rent movies any longer (all but a few rental outlets have gone extinct) so if there even the faintest chance that I might want to watch or rewatch a film, it is worth my while to buy it at the right price. And luckily, between all the op shops on my side of the country and a local retail chain that specialises in reselling used products (Cash Converters), the vast majority of DVDs that I have bought over the past few years have cost me between AU $0.50 and $3.00 (quite cheap). The collector in me doesn't like the fact that some of the second hand DVDs that I purchase come scratched, but the vast majority of films that I buy second hand play without a hitch (higher than 95%).
I take it you don't download (legally or illegally) or stream at all sol? All the more impressive a collection.
You assume correctly. I have been known to watch the occasional film on YouTube, but generally it's all DVD and Blu-ray for me, with sporadic viewings on other formats.

An impressive collection, maybe, but a hard one to manage -- it's spread over pretty much every room in my house other than the bathrooms and laundry. :unsure:
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Post by joachimt » March 10th, 2017, 10:19 am

sol on Mar 10 2017, 03:16:32 AM wrote:An impressive collection, maybe, but a hard one to manage -- it's spread over pretty much every room in my house other than the bathrooms and laundry. :unsure:
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joachimt on Mar 10 2017, 03:19:05 AM wrote:
sol on Mar 10 2017, 03:16:32 AM wrote:An impressive collection, maybe, but a hard one to manage -- it's spread over pretty much every room in my house other than the bathrooms and laundry. :unsure:
Pics please. :o
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Post by sol » March 10th, 2017, 11:13 am

joachimt on Mar 10 2017, 03:19:05 AM wrote:
sol on Mar 10 2017, 03:16:32 AM wrote:An impressive collection, maybe, but a hard one to manage -- it's spread over pretty much every room in my house other than the bathrooms and laundry. :unsure:
Pics please. :o
Sorry - I actually took more pics than this, but downloading them from my phone, saving a copy, editing and compressing them is such a tedious process that my patience ran out. Maybe I'll add more later. This should give you a taste though.

NB 1: I'm adding the images one by one since adding them all at once seemed to crash the system.

NB 2: I'll go back and edit to include the pics inside this message shortly; assuming I remember how to do so.

NB 3: Sorry, just attaching images here and going back and editing to get the link he is so tedious that I have given up for now. Oh, well. At least there are two pics to whet your appetite. You're welcome to take a look at my entire collection if you are ever in my part of the world...

Pic 1 shows you how the movies hit you from the moment you open the door.
Pic 2 shows how placing furniture a few centimetres from walls can create extra storage room
Pic 3 is an example of the alphabetically ordered shelves that populate all the walls of my living room

Pic Four 2 is my VHS collection - or at least the majority of it - creatively shelved along one of the walls of my bedroom

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