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    Blu-ray Review It! The Terror from Beyond Space Blu-ray Review

    Some reviewers have bashed the transfer, but I think it looks decent. It is NOT the disaster some have claimed. Very happy to add this to my slowly growing collection of the sci-fi classics in HD. Keep 'em coming!
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    Blu-ray Review The Honeymooners: Classic 39 Episodes Blu-ray Review

    I'm on board at this latest price point...
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    Blu-ray Review Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) 4K Restoration Blu-ray Review

    I bought the first TT release and was, of course, disappointed with the lame transfer. I'll hang onto it, since I nabbed one of the autographed copies. The new one is amazing. The first one should have been amazing. TT should have offered a discount (or something) for those of us who invested in...
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    Blu-ray Review Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection Limited Edition Blu-ray Review - Recommended

    The set was a proverbial no-brainer for me. My favorites are presented well. Yea, Family Plot looks weird, but it's not one of the "golden age classics". It's still an enjoyable watch; more like an episode from Alfred Hitchcock Presents...
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    Blu-ray Review The Monster that Challenged the World Blu-ray Review

    Very happy to get this one. I've also got the laserdisc and the first DVD release. Love the "classics"!
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    Blu-ray Review You Only Live Twice Steelbook Blu-ray Review

    I pick and choose my Bonds. Can't stand the Roger Moore stuff (although I liked him in The Saint). I've got the original Connery steels. Just picked up a few of the BB steels to round out my collection, including this one. I love the title song too (I bought the 45rpm single back in the day)...
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    3D Blu-ray Review Inside Out 3D Blu-ray Review

    I don't do 3D (unfortunately I'm one of those people with "stereo blindness"), but I liked the movie and will pick up the 2D version.
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    Avengers: Season 5 (Blu-ray) Available for Preorder

    I was pleasantly surprised by the PQ on this presentation, although the black levels seem to vary a bit (the opening credits where Steed dons his bowler seem lacking in proper contrast). The pitch difference is negligible. My only gripe is the packaging. The old A&E DVDs have a more impressive...