It most definitely is, but both you chaps have the right attitude. It is nice to own row upon row of titles, many of us on here do,
but I must be perfectly honest here, back in the early '70s, I had just bought my first sound machine, the Eumig S709, which has only
in the last few months given up the ghost, but at that time, my collection could fit in one cardboard box, a handful of features from
Mountain/Heritage, a dozen or so silent 200' horrors ( which I gave to my mates son, who was starting out in the hobby ) and the
Columbia 4x200s of Sinbad & Jason, I have never since been as happy. Maybe halcyon days through rose tinted glasses, but people
asked to see these films, no video for the public then, so the "magic" of film ruled supreme, that was when the addiction to film for me really took off, luckily I was in full time work and living with my parents, so money was no problem, but I have found, as my collection grew, somehow I could never recapture that elusive "magic" of those past times, I wonder if the fascination of film is still there for the
youngsters of today and will they become addicts like us?