Let me count the ways I love this movie. The script is absolutely wonderful. It was Nicholas Meyer’s first film as director and it shows – he’s awkward, frequently has no clue what to do with a shot or where to put the camera, the effects are cheesy as can […]

Weekly RoundUp 10-23-2018

  Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again – 2018   – The Band Concert – 1935 (Celebrating Mickey)   – You Never Know Women – 1926   – Sorry to Bother […]

Magnavox Launches Roku TVs

Funai Corporation has announced the availability of the first Magnavox TV series under the Roku TV licensing program. The new Magnavox Roku TVs will feature the Roku OS offering with an ‘intuitive’ home screen, remote control and access to more than 1/2 million movies and TV episodes alongside other inputs […]

2018 Holiday Tech Gift Spending to Top Record $96bn

According to the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), overall holiday technology spending is projected to reach a record-setting $96 billion (between October and December 2018). The study has estimated that 164 million adults in the USA plan to purchase a tech product as a gift this year, roughly equal to 2017 […]

Criterion Press Release: Notorious (Blu-ray)

​ With this twisting love story, Alfred Hitchcock summoned darker shades of suspense and passion by casting two of Hollywood’s most beloved stars starkly against type. Ingrid Bergman stars as Alicia, an alluring woman of ill repute recruited by Devlin (Cary Grant), a suave but mysterious intelligence agent, to spy […]

The Naked Prey – Criterion Blu-ray Review

After spending much of the 1940s and 1950s as a matinee idol, Cornel Wilde focused much of his attention behind the camera starting with Storm Fear in 1956. From there, he balanced duties as writer, actor, producer, and director, making appearances in both film and television as well. From his […]

A few words about…™ Looker — in Blu-ray

Author and screenwriter, Michael Crichton, directed several quality films during his tenure, but Looker isn’t one of them. It’s an interesting film, to be sure, but the acting, the cuts, the music, and other niceties never seem to come together as one might wish. That noted, and in typical fashion, […]

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