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  1. not sure if this is the best forum to post this question in but no harm in asking I guess..

    I once knew a website that had info on every version of every films dvd release, like extended, directors cut, superbit, laserdisk version info etc... But I can't for the life of me find that site again. It was a few years ago so maybe it doesn't exist anymore, but anyway, doesn't anybody know what site this was our anything like this?
    I have googled every variation of this description but to no avail, any help would be most appreciated,

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    You may already be aware of the IMDB and they may have some of that info, maybe in their pro version: http://www.imdb.com/
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    I know a good site for blu ray, but not for dvds. http://www.blu-raystats.com/index.php
    Huge amount of info there.
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  4. You can get a massive spreadsheet of data on Region 1 DVDs here:

    http://www.hometheaterinfo.com/dvdlist.htm


    Try VideoETA for upcoming releases:

    http://videoeta.com/index.html

    http://videoeta.com/blu-ray/

    http://videoeta.com/dvd.html

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    Originally Posted by Moontrash View Post
    "Rewind" is the one I had in mind, too. Great site.
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  7. Thanks a lot guys, I will check those out
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  8. For TV shows, I like this one
    http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/
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    Thanks to all for those links. These look better than some older links I used to have but could not find.
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    If you want one that compares them side by side with screenshots, nuthin beats this place....click on the little guy below


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  11. None of these sites are the one I used to use, but they are still good, I found another site like described

    http://www.caps-a-holic.com/index.php

    but it doesn't seem to be updated for a long time, but if you are looking for an old movie I guess this site can give you some good info on DVD (only) versions available, extras u get with each one and picture quality of various versions for comparison.


    However, both beaver and caps-a-holic are not very complete in their listings, so far I would have to say Rewind is the best one of them all which seems most complete in it's listings, however this site does not give the most vital informtion of all.. the film running time..

    the hunt continues...
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