With the recent announcement that Samsung is no longer manufacturing Blu-ray players, I must admit I have finally given up hope of ever seeing two of my favorite movies, K-PAX and Dolores Claiborne released on BD. If it hasn’t happened by now, with the format dying, I just can’t see it ever happening now. […]
Music Magpie has analyzed over 1,483 movies since 1902 to determine which ones have been remade the most, and the average time between original and remake. It turns out that the most remade movie of the last century is Scrooge, the festive favorite based on Charles Dickens’ novella, A Christmas […]
Lord Robin of Locksley (Taron Egerton) interrupts a thief from stealing one of his horses. Turns out she, Marion (Eve Hewson) had preconceived notions of what he might be like, which he immediately corrects. As they fall for each other Robin is sent by the Sheriff of Nottingham (Ben Mendelsohn) […]
While Schindler’s List may not be one of those films that has the audience walking down the road afterwards, smiling, while they recall the lyrics of their favorite songs, it’s a film for which Steven Spielberg will always be considered at the top of his craft. It was magnificently photographed […]
Acurus, one of US-based Indy Audio Labs’ brands, has started shipping two new 2RU products, the Muse, a 16-channel immersive processor, and the M8, an 8-channel amplifier. The Acurus Muse is a 16-channel processor for immersive audio decoding and post-processing, and with a $5,500 price tag, the unit supports 4kUHD/HDR, […]
Last night, I went to redeem my digital copy of 2018’s A Star is Born on Movies Anywhere. As I often do, I checked all of my Movies Anywhere-linked retail accounts to make sure the title populated to that account and in what resolution. Vudu: UHD and Dolby Atmos Google […]
Well folks, the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 premiere of the iconic TV series The Brady Bunch (1969-1974) is fast approaching ( September 26th, 2019 to be exact). Will the powers that be (Paramount unfortunately) finally set for to release this all important TV series in high definition onto Blu-Ray? Discuss.
Despite the big announcement of the opening of its Experience Stores this week – and with notably less fanfare – Samsung told Forbes magazine that it will discontinue the manufacture of Blu-ray players for the US. A Samsung spokesperson also confirmed to CNET that “Samsung will no longer introduce new […]
With Samsung celebrating ten years of its Galaxy phone, today (February 20th, 2019) the company is opening three ‘Samsung Experience Stores’ at The Americana at Brand in Los Angeles, Roosevelt Field on Long Island in Garden City, NY, and The Galleria in Houston. Samsung says that visitors to any of […]
Walt Disney Animation Studios’ first sequel in years, Ralph Breaks the Internet, is a fun return to the world of Wreck It Ralph, even though it more or less dispatches with some of the fun supporting characters of the first film.
Seymour-Screen Excellence claims it is bringing “Hollywood director-level” screening room performance to a wider audience with its TRIM motorized masking film screen system. Manufactured in Iowa, and with a 90- and 150-inches wide screen size range, TRIM uses a removable border design to make shipping more convenient, reducing costs, and […]
The true author of the Claudine series of books first published in France at the turn of the century is the subject of director Wash Westmoreland’s Colette, starring Keira Knightley in the title role.
Some VIZIO TVs and sound bars are on offer through today if you’re in purchase mode. P-Series Quantum 4K HDR Boasting VIZIO’s most captivating combination of premium picture quality technologies, the P-Series Quantum is the ideal home theater solution for discerning videophiles. VIZIO’s P-Series Quantum is a premiere 4K UHD […]
Horror of Dracula – Blu-ray Review Continue reading the Original Blog Post.
Now celebrating its 30th anniversary, When Harry Met Sally… is a wonderful romantic comedy which plays just as well today as it did in its original release. Everyone here works at the top of their game, and the film’s observations about the differences between men and women remain timeless.
The second film directed by Orson Welles, The Magnificent Ambersons is perhaps better known today for what’s not in it than for what is. While Welles enjoyed complete freedom making his debut film, Citizen Kane, he faced more constraints working on Ambersons, and it was taken away from him and […]