That's a Blu-ray.
Dead data walking.Shining a light through procketed celluloid film covered in gelatine from boiled horses bones and carrying photosensitive chemicals gave way to dragging a plastic tape covered in magnetised chemical past whirling pick up heads which in turn has given way to rotating metallised plastic discs in front of laser beams. Now data is up there in the clouds. The Incredible Suit can be smart and spineless at the same time. Yes the spines are a problem. Here is what to do. Get a big black refuse sack and put all your DVDs and BluRays into it andput outside for refuse collection. There! Problem solved. Then go and do something useful.
You're a Blu-ray.
I confess, I do have DVDs and Blu-ray discs in my home cinema. I have just become the proud custodian of a 1935 HMV Portable Gramophone. It is a wind-up which plays 78rpm records. A fresh needle must be used for every single side of the 10" or 12" records. The needle is on a cantilever which shakes a cone in the hollow pick-up arm. This is the start of a folded horn which goes round the spring motor to emerge in a wide box. (Ages before Bose 'invented' the Wave Radio). It is very loud and there is no volume control other than using wooden needles or 'putting a sock in it'.
I'm just shocked and appalled that your DVDs are categorised alphabetically...
If memory serves the BFI are similarly criminally remiss in their spines.