questionsdo you buy dvd/blu-ray double/triple packs?

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I don't, but only because I buy for the special features. Those multipacks either don't have any features, or are limited. Most of mine are "ultimate edition" or some such.

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Never. I usually have 3 of the 4 movies already and don't see the use in buying them.

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I find the same as @captainsuperdawg. Otherwise, I have no objection, just haven't found any that are a good value.

As for organizing, I go by genre, then title. You could always buy multiple copies, or use placeholders in your library.

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Also, the video and sound quality o those is usually as low as it gets. No DTS or DD audio most of the time.

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Depends. In some cases, like with a few of the movies in my Godzilla collection, they could only be found in double packs. Or I might get them if they seem like a good deal compared to the titles individually. But if not, then I try to go with individuals.

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I have seen some of them being like the blade series, or some other other series, I will buy them, but I rarely buy the odd combo ones,

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I'll do it if they're cheap and I don't have any of them. I usually don't watch the special features anyway.

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@sadsephiroth: The DVD's I've had have always had Dolby 5.1 or DTS...

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In some cases when I find a really good deal on it, but I don't see the point most of the time.

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It wouldn't stop me if it were a good deal. Put it by the title that comes first on the box, alphabetically. I got Bloodsport/Timecop and it's under B. I will probably never watch Timecop, BTW.

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Not if they are included on the same blu-ray. They reduce the quality in order to fit multiple movies on one disc.

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Yeah, I usually stay away from those for the same reason. Also, though, it seems like those movies are almost always on Netflix, and for me, unless it's a film I care strongly about (like Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, Big Lebowki, etc.), Netflix streaming availability is basically as good as owning the disc.

The exception being those films and shows on Netflix that say "Available until X date." I hate it when that happens (but yes, I do understand why). I didn't get to watch all of Penn & Teller's Bull(profanity) before it got yanked.