It’s a rarity when a studio makes a public domain production available, whether directly or via a license to a sub, but Disney has done just that – twice in a short period of time – and both to a savvy Kino Lorber. John Cromwell’s First Made for Each Other, […]
Dolby Laboratories has introduced what it calls “a new way to experience shows, movies, and music” with its new Dolby Dimension wireless headphones, available for $599. This is the first time the company has produced a branded (rather than licensed) product for residential use, and with Dolby Dimension, consumers can […]
New discoverers of Richard Lester’s Robin and Marian, a paean to aging in the middle ages, will find more than a bit of resemblance to Tony Harvey’s wonderful The Lion in Winter, which came eight years previous. Listen to the score of Robin, and you’ll find the textures of John […]
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – Ingmar Bergman – (1918 – 2007) – Little Annie Rooney – 1925 – Crazy Rich Asians – 2018 – The Glenn Miller Story – 1954 – Vice Raid & […]
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VEI continues to pump out the CBS releases, another one has been announced for December- Dan August: The Complete Collection will be released on December 7. Not familiar with this but I am sure the forum regulars will know it. Its a 70s detective series starring the late Burt Reynolds, […]
Christopher Robin leaves the Hundred-Acre Wood, grows up, goes to war, has a family, and becomes a workaholic, and it’s up to Winnie the Pooh and friends to come to the rescue.
Netflix Testing Mobile-only Subscriptions According to The Verge and a Malaysian newspaper The Star, Netflix is supposedly testing new payment plans directed specifically at mobile users. This would cut membership costs by approximately 50%. Phones and tablets make up 35% of Netflix sign-ups around the world and there is a […]
Just saw this announcement pop up on my FB fueed. I know there’s several existing threads requesting this film be released on Blu. Looks like we’re finally getting it. Release date is currently listed as “coming soon”.
SVS has announced a new 3000 Series of subwoofers. The models will include new high-excursion SVS drivers and 800 watts RMS, a 2,500+ watts peak power Sledge amplifier with discrete MOSFET output for “room-shaking bass with pinpoint control and accuracy.” The new subs will include technology grafted from the flagship […]
Hope an enlightened insider from Warner might be able to let us know when this might happen. Volume 1 came out three years ago I think.
Eighty-five percent of U.S. shoppers during Black Friday Week – Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday – plan to buy tech devices, according to part one of a new study series released today by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). The 2018 Holiday Outlook Series, Part 1: Pre-Black Friday Week also finds […]
Warren Beatty plays the lead in Shampoo, a 1975 blend of comedy and drama directed by Hal Ashby. Set on the day of the 1968 presidential election, the film uses Beatty’s character as a lens to examine the sexual politics of the time. Supporting roles are filled by Julie Christie, […]
Get Shorty, director Barry Sonnenfeld’s 1995 comedy based on the Elmore Leonard novel, remains a clever and insightful comedy over twenty years since its original release. John Travolta leads a pitch perfect cast that includes great turns from Gene Hackman, Rene Russo, Danny DeVito and a handful of other outstanding […]
We’re instituting a new rating line today, as I’ve been noting more of late, that catalog titles are receiving more than just a new image harvest, or uncompressed audio. With their new 4k of Air Force One, a hugely entertaining two decade old political thriller, from Wolfgang Petersen, Columbia not […]
Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman is a case of truth being stranger than fiction, telling the story of how an African-American police detective managed to infiltrate the Klu Klux Klan in 1970s Colorado Springs.