Mission: Impossible UHD Review

I love a good spy movie. In the years I’m not watching a marathon of James Bond, I love to spin offerings from the genre both old and new. Films like the lightweight fare of the domestic spy tale, Sneakers, or the overly serious international pulp of Spy Game, there […]

Weekly RoundUp 6-26-2018

  Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD…   The Features – The Five Mission Impossible Films – 1996-2015 – The Virgin Spring – 1960 – The Curse of the Cat People – 1944 – Last Man Standing: Seasons 5 & […]

Village of the Damned (1960)- coming from WAC

VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED (1960) NEW 2018 1080p HD MASTER Run Time 77:00 Subtitles English DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 MONO – English ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO – 1.78:1, 16 X 9 WIDESCREEN B&W BD 50 Special Features: Commentary by Chronicles of Terror – Silent Screams Author Steve Haberman; HD Trailer From […]

Bowers & Wilkins Partner on Philips TVs

With complaints aplenty arising from inadequate audio clarity and dynamics from flat-panel displays, it seems that the tide of partnerships between TV manufacturers and high-profile audio companies is set to continue. We’ve already seen LG partner with Harmon Kardon, and just this week we reported on the tying hands of […]

What is your favorite commentary?

I know a lot of you on the forum love the commentaries of the films. I would like to know what is your favorite(s). It may not be your favorite movie but the commentary was insightful, or thought provoking, or entertaining or ????? A commentary that stuck with you. And […]

Pacific Rim: Uprising Blu-ray Review

The highly-anticipated follow-up to Guillermo del Toro’s giant robots versus giant monsters fan favorite, Pacific Rim: Uprising is a bit of a disappointment, with co-writer and director Steven S. DeKnight taking the saga into more familiar, Transformers territory.

Spetters Blu-ray Review

Paul Verhoeven’s fifth Dutch film Spetters extended the international reputation he had earned with Soldier of Orange. It’s a long, stark, slice-of-life drama more depressing than exhilarating though certainly there are enough upbeat moments to keep the drama from being a complete downer.

Yamaha Announces New YAS-108 Sound Bar

Following on from Yamaha’s sales success with the YAS-107, Yamaha has today announced its successor, imaginatively named the YAS-108. The sound bar sports a slim design with rounded ends, and can be mounted on a wall care of its built-in keyholes or can be placed on a cabinet or shelf. […]

LG Launches Speakers with Meridian Tech and Dolby Atmos

LG Electronics has launched its 2018 SK series sound bars and PK series portable speakers. The line will include technology developed by Meridian Audio, and LG claims the new 2018 products will deliver ‘natural, high-quality sound’ in the home and on the go. Top of the line is the LG […]


This is part of the new Criterion announcement, and I was about to throw a street party. I thought, wow! Criterion finally got hold of the rights to this film that hasn’t been released on any video format or been seen by anyone for decades! Then it occurred to me, […]