D.O.A. – Bluray review

1988’s D.O.A. revises the 1949 classic film noir of the same name with a modern (for the time) take. Professor Dexter ‘Dex’ Cornell (Dennis Quaid) stumbles into a police precinct office to report a murder: his own. Tracing back the previous 48 hours he recounts the events as he understands […]

Schlock Blu Ray Review

John Landis’ shoe string budget directorial debut, Schlock comes spruced up to Blu Ray from Arrow Films.  In many ways it anticipates a lot of cinematic trends of the 1970s.  It is a plotless, anarchic, film referencing, counter-culture, yet innocent movie that is not very good but is competently made […]

Weekly RoundUp 10-16-2018

  Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features     – Ant-Man and the Wasp – 2018   – Black Widow – 1954   – Shampoo – 1975   – Sangaree – 1953 – Elvis Presley: The Searcher – […]

McIntosh Announces Increased Headroom MC312 Amp

McIntosh this week announced another 2-channel power amplifier, a successor to its highly-lauded MC302, but with a number of performance enhancements. With shipping expected to kick off in October, it can be yours for a SRP of $7,000. McIntosh claims the MC312 has received numerous improvements over its MC302 predecessor, […]

King Cohen Blu-ray Review

Larry Cohen may not be a household name, but has been working in the entertainment industry for nearly 60 years. Steve Mitchell’s documentary, King Cohen, takes a fascinating look at his career with help from fellow cast and crew members, as well as noted filmmakers such as Martin Scorsese, Joe […]

VIZIO SmartCast TVs Expand Google Assistant Actions

Since the CEDIA show, specific home theater news has been somewhat thin on the ground, to say the least. However, for home automation fans, VIZIO has today announced the introduction of expanded Google Assistant actions for VIZIO SmartCast TVs, which promise to give access to a wider range of voice […]

Skyscraper 4K UHD Review

If you combine Die Hard(1988) with some elements of The Poseidon Adventure(1972) and The Towering Inferno(1974), and throw in state of the art special effects, you might have Dwayne(The Rock)Johnson starring in Skyscraper(2018).  Skyscraper succeeds as an engaging popcorn flick even while never actually surpassing the films that inspired it.

Hook UHD Review

Steven Spielberg’s Hook finally gets a transfer befitting the director’s trademark in addition to some special features in Sony’s new 4K UHD release.

The New Caavo ‘Control Center’ $100 Universal Remote

Caavo calls itself an ‘entertainment-obsessed hardware and software company’, and has introduced the Control Center, an entertainment hub and universal, voice-controlled remote that promises to unite everything connected to your TV. The Control Center will search, discover and manage content across live TV, DVR, streaming services and web content, all […]

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