Disney Movie Club – 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) Blu-ray Rather than put this in the exclusive thread I think this deserves it’s own thread. DMR Coming soon section now showing 2 titles that surely nobody can complain too much about — though I know better. Release Date is […]
Marantz has launched the NR1510 and NR1710 slimline 4K Ultra HD AV receivers, both available now from Marantz dealers and direct from the company website for $599 and $749, respectively. The units adlopt a compact chassis and are capable of the “latest technologies…for an immersive listening experience, without sacrificing valuable […]
Control4 has announced the launch and availability for shipment of its Smart Home OS 3, designed to unify “hundreds” of connected devices in a single platform. The new OS 3 promises thousands of new features with an intuitive UI facilitating one-touch control on mobile devices, touch screens, TVs and remotes. […]
Denon has announced two new X-Series AV receivers. The Denon AVR-X2600H (95W per channel) and AVR-X1600H (80W per channel), both capable of 7.2-channel surround audio. “Denon is committed to bringing the latest technologies to home theater enthusiasts while offering flexibility so they can grow with their home entertainment systems. To […]
VIZIO has announced the availability of its 2019 4K HDR smart TV collection, featuring what the company claims are “premium” picture quality technologies, including Quantum Color and Active Full Array backlighting. The company says the 2019 lineup offers “an ideal package of expansive colors, deep blacks and luminescent whites.” The […]
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – Blue Velvet – 1986 – Steel Magnolias – 1989 – Greta – 2018 – A Patch of Blue – 1965 – […]
NEW 2019 1080p HD MASTER FROM 4K SCAN! GASLIGHT(1944) Run Time 114:00 Subtitles English SDH Sound Quality DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 – English Aspect Ratio 4 X 3 FULL FRAME, ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO – 1.37:1 Product Color BLACK & WHITE Disc Configuration BD 50 Special Features: Original 1940 British Version […]
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY WITH CRITERION Home Theater Forum and its membership have been given an exclusive opportunity! On July 2nd, Sam Posten and I will be heading to New York City, home of Criterion Films, to conduct a video interview with Lee Kline, their Technical Director. The interview will be […]
How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World brings an epic story that spanned three movies and two television series to a satisfying but bittersweet conclusion.
Hiccup and Toothless return in a satisfying conclusion to the film trilogy in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World(2019).
In light of recent news items suggesting piracy is on the rise again, researchers from the University of Houston and Western University in London, Ontario, have published new data in the INFORMS journal, Management Science, which has found that the power of word-of-mouth (WOM) is effective at boosting demand for […]
Twilight Time has given us an exclusive early look at these July Announcements. Enjoy! If you see these titles posted elsewhere within 8 HOURS without credit being given to HTF, rest assured it came from us first! Note: Moving forward we are going to announce our schedule ONE month at […]
While the company was best known for their excursions into Gothic horror, Hammer Films also made a few excursions into modern horror as well during their heyday. One of the prime examples of this was The Witches (AKA The Devil’s Own), a blend of supernatural horror and suspense with a […]
Control4 has announced new Triad Distributed Audio Series audio loudspeakers designed for multi-room audio applications “on any budget and for all types of listeners,” with 14 models focusing on installation flexibility and performance. The new series accommodates sizes and configurations engineered with builders, contractors and homeowners in mind. The speakers […]
I am really getting tired for stereo films now becoming mono films on Blu Ray. Just received LINK, which I had previously on DVD, which was stereo, but this new release is mono. I think Kino Lorber needs to find out what format (sound) the film was made and make […]
In terms of thriller / noir, John Farrow’s The Big Clock (1948), is not to be confused with the Judy Garland, Robert Walker film, The Clock, which concerned a smaller timepiece. While Ray Milland is the technical lead here, Charles Laughton turns in a superb performance. Probably a good time […]