How Reliable is DVDAficionado in listing OOP Titles?

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  1. JoshuaB.

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    I've recently started to catalogue my DVDs using dvdaficionado and it's fairly comprehensive for R1 DVDs. Some of my titles listed in my wish list, however, are listed as being out of print (eg. Mystery Train or Barcelona), yet when I check places like Amazon.com/ca there is no sign that those DVDs are being discontinued. How accurate is dvdaficionado in listing OOP titles? Do they have some kind of inside information that allows them to give collectors a heads up?
     
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    A title can still be found in stock at some places even if it is out of print.

    A lot of DVDAF's info is contributed by users. If you know for a fact that a certain title is still in print, you should be able to correct the title.
     
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    ALL of dvdaf's info is user-contributed. If it's incorrect, it won't get changed unless a user does so.
     
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    The staff updates information on their own sometimes.
     

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