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What's your internet movie/dvd update checking daily routine?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Paul_D, Oct 26, 2001.

  1. Paul_D

    Paul_D Cinematographer

    Jul 28, 2001
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    I was thinking about this, and wondering if mine was a typical routine!
    I usually log on at some point during the day, and depending on how much time I can spare I do the following update checks:
    If I've only got 5-20 minutes
    1) Check my email
    2) Check DVDFile
    If I've got anything up to an hour, the first two, and:
    3) Check Movies, Polls, Software and After Hours on the HTF
    4) Check daily industry news at the IMDB
    5) Check Amazon/DVDEmpire for new preorders
    If I have loads of time (which is rare):
    6) Check Dark Horizons
    7) Check Aint-it-Cool
    And only once in a while
    8) Browse eBay if I'm looking for something and it isn't worth shelling out full price.
    I expect Digital Bits will be on many of your check lists, but I've never really been able to get into it. I usually find DVDFile gives me all the news I need!
  2. Matthew Chmiel

    Matthew Chmiel Cinematographer

    Apr 26, 2000
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    1) Check my e-mail (which I rarely have)
    2) Check out DVDFile.com
    3) Come to the HTF and go to Software -> Movies -> TV Shows -> After Hours -> Polls - Studio/Manufacture Feedback -> etc.
    4) Check out other DVD websites (DVD Shrine, DVD Angle, The Digital Bits, DVD Authority, Horror DVDs, and DVD Review)
    5) Come back to the HTF to post some more [​IMG]
    6) Check DVDPriceSearch.com for lowest prices on DVDs
    7) Surf the IMDB
    8) Come back to the HTF to post some more [​IMG]
    9) Go to DarkHorizons.com
    and so on and so on... [​IMG]
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