Horror of Dracula – Blu-ray Review Continue reading the Original Blog Post.
Seymour-Screen Excellence claims it is bringing “Hollywood director-level” screening room performance to a wider audience with its TRIM motorized masking film screen system. Manufactured in Iowa, and with a 90- and 150-inches wide screen size range, TRIM uses a removable border design to make shipping more convenient, reducing costs, and […]
Some VIZIO TVs and sound bars are on offer through today if you’re in purchase mode. P-Series Quantum 4K HDR Boasting VIZIO’s most captivating combination of premium picture quality technologies, the P-Series Quantum is the ideal home theater solution for discerning videophiles. VIZIO’s P-Series Quantum is a premiere 4K UHD […]
Now celebrating its 30th anniversary, When Harry Met Sally… is a wonderful romantic comedy which plays just as well today as it did in its original release. Everyone here works at the top of their game, and the film’s observations about the differences between men and women remain timeless.
The second film directed by Orson Welles, The Magnificent Ambersons is perhaps better known today for what’s not in it than for what is. While Welles enjoyed complete freedom making his debut film, Citizen Kane, he faced more constraints working on Ambersons, and it was taken away from him and […]
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – A Star is Born – 2018 – Return of the Vampire – 1943 – Robin Hood – 2018 – Death in Venice – 1971 – […]
Sony Digital Cinema, a new premium large format (PLF) cinema experience, which includes Sony’s dual laser projection system, has launched at its first location, the Galaxy Theatre Boulevard Mall site in Las Vegas. The new auditorium includes “powerful sound” and luxury reclining seats, and the auditorium’s high-contrast projection systems promise […]
Vervent Audio Group (VVAG), parent company to luxury audio brands Focal and Naim, has announced a strengthened position in North America and an “acceleration of international ambitions” with the acquisition of Audio Plus Services & Plurison. The company says these two major distributors of high-end audio equipment in the US […]
Saoirse Ronan(Atonement) and Margot Robbie(I,Tonya) play the eponymous queen and her rival, Elizabeth I, in Mary Queen of Scots which is available on digital platforms on February 19, 2019, and on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD on February 26, 2019.
The most recent version of A Star Is Born under the direction of star Bradley Cooper is an affecting, mostly well-told show business story featuring outstanding songs and illuminating performances.
Atlantic Technology is now shipping the new flagship SBT Series subwoofers which were previewed at CEDIA 2018. The company says that the units will suit higher-performance large room two-channel or home-theater systems. Two models are available, the 500-watt powered dual 10-inch SBT-500 and 1,000-watt dual 12-inch powered SBT-1000. MSRPs are […]
Stay Tuned makes its debut on Blu-ray as part of Sony’s MOD program, licensed from Morgan Creek, with an above average transfer.
I’ve been enjoying a lot of the shorter vintage John Wayne b-movies from the 1930s and 1940s lately, and I’m wondering if there are any TV western shows, preferably half hour ones, that you could recommend that might have a similar feel. Maybe something from the 1950s? And preferably on […]
Although established in the 1930’s, Hammer Film Productions didn’t really begin to attract major notice until the mid-1950’s, when they began to release a series of science fiction and Gothic horror films that would soon become synonymous with the company and become known as “Hammer Horror”. Released just a year […]
Aging street gangster / hit man Lefty (Al Pacino) takes a young hood jeweler Donnie Brasco (Johnny Depp) under his wing just as he’s passed over for promotion within the Mafia. What he doesn’t know is that Brasco is secretly a long term undercover agent for the FBI sent to […]
Satan Never Sleeps, the final film from Leo McCarey, showcases the kind of fine performances that are a trademark of many of the director’s earlier works. But while McCarey’s direction is solid and the cast is noteworthy, the story concludes on a note so distasteful that all of that work […]