No no, I'm not in hell, I'm nearly three blocks away from the nearest government housing project.
I've had astoundingly bad luck with the highly problematic, rushed to market, Blu-Ray technology.
Aside from the four Blu-Ray titles from this order, the only other Blu-Ray video discs I still own are those which are part of DVD/BD combo releases.
I've had three stand a lone players, an internal 5 1/4" ODD in my PC, and three PS3's to all suffer failure in unacceptably short periods of time over the years and after paying to have the ODD replaced in the last PS3 back in early 2014 I said no more to Blu-Ray. To be fair, of the six mentioned devices, only six of them suffered Blu-Ray read failures, one was a cheap (literally) BD player that I believe came from Family Dollar (or was it Dollar General?) and the first and only firmware update I ever tried to load on it actually ruined the player.
All of the other listed player devices suffered BD-only read failures, meaning they could still read data from CD and DVD format discs. Hence the reasoning why I say without hesitation there is an evident problem with the Blu-Ray technology. I know for certain the issue isn't a failure of the blue laser itself, which can only mean there is a problem with either or a mix of the Blu-Ray optical focus controller, the Blu-Ray optical pick-up sensor, or the Blu-Ray data decoder circuit. I suspect a mix of all or some of those as in some cases a device could determine the disc was a Blu-Ray media but could not so mush as tell me what the disc title was. And in other cases the player device couldn't detect a Blu-Ray disc at all. And in the odd case of the internal BD-ROM optical drive in my computer, putting in a Blu-Ray disc caused the computer to register that the ODD (Optical Disc Drive) had been disconnected from the computer.
It has now been two years since I purged the Blu-Ray only videos from my collection. And it has been nearly three years since I have purchased a Blu-Ray player. As stated I got the one PS3 I kept repaired (rather the ODD replaced), but I have decided I'd rather not risk killing its' ability to play games by watching Blu-Ray videos on it ever again. And last year the old LCD monitor (acquired used) I had with HDMI input on it, which the PS3 had been connected to developed a backlighting issue which I attempted to fix, but was unable to repair. I rarely play console based games anymore, and since I still have monitors with the older inputs on them I didn't feel inclined to buying another screen just for the sake of connecting up the PS3 and Vita TV to.