Panic Room Packaging

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  1. Jeff_HR

    Jeff_HR Producer

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    I bought this this morning at Best Buy for $15.99. But I must say that Columbia's decision on packaging bites the "BIG ONE"!! Enough of this non-standard packaging. Fortunately I now am able to make my own cover art inserts, if replacements aren't available elsewhere. This disc definitely will go into a keepcase with my own custom designed insert.
     
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    Aren't there more serious problems with Columbia right now?
     
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    yeah I think that the case is c**p...I hate it that they didn't go ahead with a SE first with this film then come out with a Superbit version of it.....their superbit line means nothing at all to me and I don't think that there worth the $24 list price to own...I only own the Bram Stoker's Dracula Superbit because it looks ten times better than the older DVD that was out....BTW Columbia where is the Bram Stoker's Dracula SE that you have talked about for 3 years!!!!
     
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    Add me to the list of "neat but not wanted". Plastic has less of a chance of being "dented" or "smushed in".
     
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    I think that packaging is going to start becoming more common from the studios. I have heard that Paramount used the same packaging for Grease.
     
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