Severtson To Launch Motorized Floor Projection Screens

Arizona-based Severtson Screens has announced the launch of its new Motorized Electric Floor Projection Screens. The 30-year-old company is renowned for producing professional cinema screens which can be found in multiple countries across the globe. The new custom line comes available in a choice of four of Severtson’s signature projection […]

LG and BoConcept Pair On In-Home Design Around Glass TV

LG Electronics USA has joined forces with Danish retail furniture brand BoConcept and renowned interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel to create a custom living room space in the flagship BoConcept showroom on Madison Avenue in New York City that highlights the elegant glass design of the LG OLED E8 TV […]

DTS Virtual:X Available On First Skyworth MAX OLED TVs

DTS has announced that its DTS Virtual:X post-processing technology is now available in Skyworth’s S8A and S9A MAX OLED TVs. Skyworth hails from China and showed up for the first time at CES this year. While it manufactures a large range of white goods and home appliances, the 40,000-strong company […]

PMC Joins The Cinema Designer Database

UK loudspeaker company PMC has announced that it is joining The Cinema Designer’s (TCD) manufacturer database. PMC claims that it is an ‘obvious fit’ with TCD’s Award-winning home theatre design software. From now on, integrators using TCD will be able to design everything from small media rooms, right up to […]

Dynaudio’s ‘Music 7’ Sound Bar and Audio Streaming Hybrid

I wouldn’t normally extol the virtues of a wireless audio system on the pages of HTF, but I do think the Dynaudio Music series of speakers deserve special mention. Not only does the top-of-the-line ‘Music 7’  produce an exemplary soundstage and solid articulation on all my tested music sources, but […]

Bowling For Columbine Blu-Ray Review (Criterion)

Bowling For Columbine, Michael Moore’s Academy Award-winning examination of gun violence in America, makes its Blu-ray debut from the Criterion Collection. Though the film is over fifteen years old, and while some of its more gimmicky moments may not play as smoothly as they once did, the majority of the […]

Where Eagles Dare at 50…

If any title is screaming out for a freshly scanned 4K transfer, it’s Steven Spielberg’s favourite war movie… http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5222111/Night-Liz-Taylor-saved-Richard-Burton-maniac-gunman.html https://www.telegraph.co.uk/films/0/eagles-dare-50-burton-eastwood-plus-lot-vodka-made-worlds/

A Quiet Place UHD Review

A Quiet Place is a serious, dramatically thrilling film that doesn’t disappoint. It quickly establishes its world, its rules, and the stakes, and carries the audience through a riveting and wholly original experience. This is a rare combination of unrelenting dramatic thrills and an intimate and well-crafted film. Original, beautifully […]

Under Capricorn Blu-Ray Review

Under Capricorn reunites Alfred Hitchcock with one of his best leading ladies, Ingrid Bergman, and features a return of the long take technique he pioneered in Rope, but falls short of his usual high standards. Hitchcock himself apparently considered the film one of his lesser works, and there’s no reason […]