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HTF Contest: Win a Copy of Men, Women & Children on B... Blu-ray Nov 20 2014
We have several copies to give away.  To win just post your favorite movie staring any of the cast (see below).  Must be over 18 and have a US or Canadian shipping address.  Winners will be chosen at random on Friday 2/6.     FROM THE ACCLAIMED DI... Full topic ›
Cabinet of Dr. Caligari - Pixelation/Tiling issues Blu-ray Nov 19 2014
Got this blu today and am very disappointed. The overall image and restoration is nice but there is pixelation throughout the film in the dark areas of the screen. It is most pronounced in the dark areas when the camera irises in during closeups. If you have the disc, loo... Full topic ›
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: THE HTF 3D ADDICT REVIEW Blu-ray Dec 14 2014
  What can I say?  I love 3D!  From the moment I began watching 3D content in my home I quickly discovered that I needed more content.  I suspect that those of you just purchasing your first 3D hardware will acquire the same ferocious appetite.  ... Full topic ›
USHE Press Release: Dumb and Dumber To (Blu-ray) Blu-ray Dec 17 2014
Exclusive Interview with William H. Macy (Rudderless) Blu-ray Jan 16 2015
Home Theater Forum recently had the pleasure to talk with William H. Macy about his directorial debut, Rudderless, arriving on DVD Tuesday, January 20.   Rudderless tells a powerful, intimate story of loss, grief, and redemption as a father (Sam, played by Billy Crud... Full topic ›

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  • Pirate Themed Home Theater
    Dan did a great job documenting the work he put into his pirate themed home theater. Framing, electrical, staining, painting, lighting, he did it all. You can read more about his fantastic theater and see lots more pictures here

A Few Words About - Robert Harris weighs in on the latest releases

  • A few words about...™ Gone Girl -- in Blu-ray To my mind, Gone Girl is the best thriller of the year.   Directed by David Fincher, the film is based upon the novel, as well as screenplay by Gillian Flynn.  Two of her earlier novels, Sharp Objects and Dark Places are coming in the fu... Read More
  • A few words about...™ Nightcrawler -- in Blu-ray According to IMDb, Dan Gilroy's Nightcrawler was shot with both digital as well a film gear.  I've not attempted to figure out which is which, but regardless, Robert Elswit's work (There Will Be Blood) is strikingly beautiful.   But it a... Read More
  • A few words about...™ Cover Up -- in Blu-ray Cover Up, 1949, directed by Alfred E. Green, makes it to Blu-ray as a quality affair.   With an image harvested from what appears to be a nicely produced fine grain master, we have good depth, gray scale and grain structure.   Occasional... Read More
  • A few words about...™ Tales of Terror -- in Blu-ray A member in good standing of the AIP Roger Corman horror comedies of the 1960s, Mr. Corman's Tales of Terror falls at the mid-point of the series.  It leaves but a single title, The Premature Burial, to be released.   The "tales" are a t... Read More
  • A few words about...™ Hester Street -- in Blu-ray Joan Micklin Silver's 1975, Hester Street.  is a beautiful film, for which Carol Kane was nominated for Best Actress.   Unfortunately, this isn't a presentation you're going to want to watch.   Kino Lorber's packaging is incorrect i... Read More
  • A few words about...™ Laggies -- in Blu-ray I like Lynn Shelton"s Laggies, available on Blu-ray via  Lionsgate.   It's a sweet film, that just plain works.   Viewing it, one of the things that I noted, is how well Ms Knightley (like many other British thespians) are able to d... Read More
  • A few words about...™ How to Murder Your Wife -- in Blu-ray Richard Quine's 1965 How to Murder Your Wife would most likely not be considered in perfect sync with today's mentality toward women.  It wasn't in 1965.   If one were to take the concept and screenplay seriously, one would presume that... Read More

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  • Stormy Weather Blu-ray Review
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    What would one of Twentieth Century Fox’s flimsy backstage Betty Grable musicals be like with a completely African-American cast? We get the answer with Andr... Read More
  • Love and Death Blu-ray Review
    Yesterday, 07:20 AM
    Woody Allen capers through nineteenth century Russian history, literature, and theater (with some Ingmar Bergman-esque touches thrown in for good measure), a... Read More
  • Lenny Blu-ray Review
    Feb 25 2015 02:18 PM
    The rise and fall of controversial comedian Lenny Bruce is captured in piecemeal, sometimes unsatisfying fashion in Bob Fosse’s docudrama Lenny, a sad and so... Read More
  • The Phantom of the Opera (1989) Blu-ray Review
    Feb 24 2015 05:52 PM
    Almost every decade, someone has created a film adaptation of Gaston Leroux’s popular novel, The Phantom of the Opera, starting with Lon Chaney’s masterpiece... Read More
  • Beyond the Lights Blu-ray Review
    Feb 24 2015 03:08 PM
    The producers and writer-director Gina Prince-Bythewood seem to be under the impression that their film Beyond the Lights offers some kind of revelatory insi... Read More
  • Watership Down Blu-ray Review
    Feb 24 2015 09:43 AM
    Set in the brush and pastoral beauty of Hampshire in southern England, the county I grew up in, Watership Down is a fascinating examination of life and death... Read More

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