Wondering what to call your DVD collection of favorite films? Wanting to know how to properly label your discs so you know what’s on them when your friends and family come over to watch movies? You’re in the right place! Here’s how to go about it. Read on and enjoy your movies.

Watch Movies In The Order The Director Intended

One of the many wonderful things about the Netflix series ​The Twilight ​(2012) is how it follows the order of the director’s original plans. In the TV series, we see how the members of the Cullen family (played by Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner) came to be and what their relationships were like before the events that led to​The Twilight ​. We see how Bella, the main character, met Edward, her love interest, during the making of ​The Twilight ​. We subsequently follow her journey to fall in love with Edward and become a vampire. As a result of this, the order of the episodes is as follows:

  • Bella’s Journey
  • Edward’s Death
  • Bella’s Dangerous Desires
  • New Moon Rising
  • Vampire Acuity
  • Breaking Dawn – Part 1
  • Breaking Dawn – Part 2
  • The Gift

Knowing this, you may want to start your Netflix account with this particular series and enjoy it from the beginning! But if you really want to go back and watch old episodes, you can do so – just be aware that certain events may not have happened in the same order as in the original movie, just like in real life.

Make An Outstanding Custom Labels To Go With Your Collection

When we think about collecting DVDs and labeling them, the first thing that comes to mind is using a DVD jewel case to store the movie on. However, cases like these are expensive, and you’ll want to avoid using them if you plan on gifting or selling your DVDs. For those looking for an alternative, there are several companies that provide custom-made disc labels that you can choose from – with the option of adding a personal message or creating a unique design that will make your collection standout! With these labels, you won’t have to worry about the disc case, and you can continue using the jewel case for storage. You can even write a little note about what’s on the disc inside the case! There are professional services that can help you with this process, so don’t hesitate to contact them if you need some help.

Choosing the right disc label can be tricky. You want something that will be memorable and that fits the vibe/theme of your collection. On the other hand, you don’t want to go overboard and make it too busy or tacky. Remember: this is your precious cargo, so be mindful of what you put on there! With these tips, you’ll be able to properly label your DVD collection so you can enjoy your discs without any worries!