It's been years since I posted on here. Someone on this forum said it was ok to call a soundbar a home theater and I ran away screaming in terror. I hope things are more sensible now.
I started construction of a complete home theater project in 2018 but was designing and planning since...
Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary Collection UHD Review
Steven Spielberg and Universal’s highly successful and popular dino franchise, Jurassic Park, roars on to 4K UHD Blu-ray with superb updated transfers and room-rumbling new DTS: X sound mixes sure to please any fan.
Gladiator UHD Review
The third disc format may be the charm for Ridley Scott’s Gladiator, finally looking and sounding better than ever with minimal digital manipulation on 4K UHD Blu-ray.
I was reading marketing literature for the Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A3060 and saw something that seems intriguing, but possibly too good to be true.
It suggested this receiver can do processing to use "presence" speakers (height channels) in an upward-firing or downward-firing position (classic Atmos...
The Girl on the Train Blu-ray Review
Three unstable and to various degrees unhappy women form the nucleus to the murder mystery inherent in Tate Taylor’s The Girl on the Train.
Cedric Nicolas-Troyen's The Huntsman Winter's War didn't win any popularity contests upon theatrical release, but will hopefully find a second life courtesy of 4k UHD, as it arrives as a poster-film for the format.
Even though not finished in 4k, the combination of shooting with an Arri Alexa...
DTS AND PARAMOUNT ENTER AGREEMENT TO INCLUDE
DTS:X AUDIO IN SELECT HOME ENTERTAINMENT RELEASES
Daddy’s Home, The Big Short, Zoolander No. 2 and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
are first Paramount titles to feature next-generation DTS:X immersive audio
CALABASAS, Calif. (July 19, 2016) – DTS, Inc...
I don't recall there being YA films, at the time that I was a YA.
The Beach Party productions? Not really.
The Roger Corman AIP horror classics? Great date films, but no.
Anyone have any ideas?
A decade previous, screens had teen angst, in the form of James Dean.
Now we have dystopian...