New additions to the media collection in March 2021

It’s the last day of April, so let’s squeeze in the media collection of March 2021 before it’s too late.

Who would have known that My Favourite Magazines would be able to deliver their magazines? Obviously these weren’t on time and I’m thankful to be out of the subscriptions, but still…

The last subscription EDGE magazine and I’m still waiting for the refund of both my subscriptions. If you haven’t already noticed: I implore you to NOT buy subscriptions from this scam company!

Ah, the dark side of the force with Emperor Palpatine as a LEGO figure can’t be beaten, especially after the terrible Mandalorian figure last month.

Collecting retro games or rather keeping track of all the releases, in this case the NES and SNES, has been made easier with these two lovely tomes.

Of course there are plenty of new games to dig into, too. I already reviewed the PC version of Call of Cthulhu, but I’m always for a physical copy any time. The same holds true for The Raven Remastered, a title I might write an article on soon, as it’s a very nice and relaxing game to experience (especially now with the big tooth operation).

After having missed the SPIEL DOCH boardgames event and not giving the SPIELMESSE a go this year due to the pandemic (no matter if they’re crazy enough to go ahead with it), I still wanted to buy some more games.

It’s been quite some time since I bought a music CD, but I had to grab these, especially since holding a booklet in one’s hands is still something different than using digital platforms.

Ah, the good old Bud Spencer and Terrence Hill action/comedy movies I remember watching as a child with my grandpa, and I think I’ll still have a lot of fun with these, especially with the German dubbing by Rainer Brand who is known for his very funny and unique puns and word creations.

It’s unbelievable how many movies these two guys did, and there are even more.

More modern action flicks and a classic one.

I remember this adventure movie to be quite fun… as a child, so we’ll see how it works as a “classic” today.

Speaking of children’s movies, I’m looking forward to this animated one, although it’s something of a missed opportunity that it wasn’t released in 3D.

I’ve not had the chance to watch any Cheech and Chong movies, so this double feature might do the trick.

Some more comedy, probably for summer.

This excellent drama is surely for winter.

I don’t remember much of this fantasy movie, not even that I watched it, but it seems to be a lot of silly slapstick fun.

You can’t have enough horror movies, especially for the yearly Halloween selection.

It’s amazing how some movies are promoted with their various alternative titles and covers.

More classic Van Damme action, a modern and even older movie to add to the 101 Films collection.

Stone Cold is a surprisingly fun and violent action flick that makes all the overblown character, story-driven flicks of today look tame in comparison. Let’s see if Nightmares is a good fit for Halloween.

Blast isn’t really a blast to watch, but it’s still an enjoyable if highly derivative Die Hard clone.

I’ve heard so many bad things about Cats that I HAD to get it.

Some sci-fi classics, although I thought A.I. wasn’t particularly good when I first watched it. I might be wrong, but the creepy Haley Joel Osment face will forever haunt me.

A surprisingly high number of thrillers, and I was even more surprised about Knives Out that I found very entertaining despite Daniel Craig.

Last but not least more 3D material. I’m very happy to have got a hold on the elusive Small Foot.

So once again, this was another expensive month for collecting… and it’s not going to stop for April!

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About nufafitc

Being an avid gamer, cinemaniac, and bookworm in addition to other things the internet and new media present, I'm also very much into DIY music, rock and pop in particular. Writing short or longer pieces about anything that interests me has always made me happy. As both an editor for German website "Adventure-Treff" and UK website "Future Sack", I like to write reviews and news about recent developments in the movies, games and book industry.
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