I’ve become so tired of superhero films, that I was going to pass on this one, but am please that I didn’t. My son suggested that it was a fun film. He was correct, as it reminded me more of the lighthearted, or at least lighter-hearted fare, akin to Kick-Ass […]
Sam Posten and Home Theater Forum Co-Owner Ron Epstein visit Criterion Collection in New York. Sam interviews Technical Director Lee Kline, Producer Abbey Lustgarten and Audio Supervisor Ryan Hullings about how they work with assets provided by film rights-holders to put out the best series of serious films. Although the […]
To celebrate the respective July 30th streaming and August 13th disc releases of Avengers: Endgame, Marvel Studios – with the help of directors Anthony and Joe Russo – will launch the “We Love You 3000” Tour to thank fans who have invested in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). A team […]
According to the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the growing popularity of streaming services, artificial intelligence AI-enabled emerging devices and in-vehicle technology will help drive the U.S. consumer tech industry to a record-breaking $401 billion in retail revenues in 2019, amounting to a growth of 2.2% growth over last year. CTA […]
For silent film fans on the forum in and around the NYC area, you may be interested to see that on Thursday, July 25 at 7:00pm, Marble Collegiate Church will present a Silent Film Night, featuring two classic films, Buster Keaton’s The Haunted House, and Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid. The […]
20th Century Fox’s 1943 remake of its 1936 musical King of Burlesque was retitled Hello, Frisco, Hello, and it marked the long-awaited return to the screen for its star Alice Faye who had taken an extended maternity leave after appearing in her hit film Week-end in Havana.
With the success of the James Bond movies, it seemed inevitable that spy movies would be very popular with moviegoers during the 1960’s; in response to their success, some spy movies offered a more realistic alternative to the gadget oriented and suave Bond movies. One of these movies was The […]
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – Shazam! – 2019 – Footlight Parade – 1933 – Breakthrough – 2019 – Hold Back the Dawn – 1941 – Klute – 1971 – Ten North Frederick – 1958 – […]
One of the weakest of Betty Grable’s 1940’s Fox musical trifles, Pin Up Girl is light and frivolous enough for fans of the star, but the Blu-ray rendition of the movie is not visually up to par.
Pro Audio Technology has announced two new series of loudspeakers, the S and SR Series. The three new models, S-12sm, SR-12ai, and SR-212ai, are designed to reproduce the “unrestricted dynamics and power” of a commercial cinema experience, but in a more compact form factor targeted at home theater environments. The […]
If you’re a secret grown-up fan of the legendary Great Dane and his accompanying team of intrepid ghostbusters – or indeed have children who get it like we do – Warner Bros. is celebrating 50 years of the Saturday morning cartoon mysteries with the launch of the “50 Days of […]
Brewery Ommegang and HBO®announce My Watch Has Ended, a beer to celebrate the end of Game of Thrones COOPERSTOWN, NY – Brewery Ommegang and HBO Licensing & Retail are pleased to announce the 15th and final offering in their multi-year, multi-beer partnership inspired by HBO’s award-winning drama, Game of Thrones®. My Watch […]
Your Foldable Go-Everywhere Bluetooth or Wired Music Travel Companion Only $19.99 – Includes TF Card Slot for MP3 Music City of Industry, CA, May 30, 2019 — Mixcder http://www.mixcder.com, the audio experts providing superior sound quality at a low price, announced today the lightest, most comfortable, lowest cost foldable Hi-Fi wireless headphones on […]
In the world of public relations and promotional marketing, you can find some unlikely bedfellows, so it goes without saying that what LG has proposed for its new pop-up café in New York’s Soho district might raise a few eyebrows. LG has forged an alliance with with the Pantone Color […]
With a bit of time, opinions sometimes change. At the time of release, I found the film interesting and likable, but far from greatness. Even then, I felt that Kevin Reynolds’ 1995 Waterworld, received a bad rap by reviewers, based in no small part, to its production cost. It was […]
San Francisco-based Bobwire Audio has introduced its very first product for audio enthusiasts and custom installers, namely the DAT1 Digital Audio Trigger, which adds an industry-standard 12-volt DC trigger output to audio components with a digital audio optical (SPDIF) output. This will enable devices like the Sonos Connect and Amazon […]