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  1. xenoyako
    01-23-2016 10:32 PM
  2. cornbread_1788
    01-12-2016 05:21 AM
    On your Furious 7 review, you stated it was a digital shoot, but there was also several scenes shot on film (Super 35) on Arricam
  3. fredp51
    01-12-2016 12:26 AM
    Just read the excellent review of Mr. Robot... the only thing I would add would be a **SPOILER** warning.

    You write: ""fsociety," an outfit to which ______'s ______ Darlene (Carly Chaikin) is also party"

    There was a pretty big reveal, there...

    Good review, though... and a first day purchase. Thanks.
  4. professor higgins
    01-11-2016 06:53 PM
    professor higgins
    A fan of My Fair Lady since 1964, I've owned the VHS Tapes and the oft criticized 2011 restoration I took a great interest of your review/photos of the 50th Anniversary edition.
    Upon review of your photos I noticed several items that give me pause and are confusing. The 2011 restoration has been panned for having soft edges and since the newer edition has a 2:20 aspect ratio rather than the 2:39 of the earlier -- I looked at the edges first. Surprise; if your photos are accurate - the edges have been CUT. If the aspect ratio is wider there should be more not less which also means that something else has changed. Secondly, while some of your photos do exhibit more detail and more natural color, your screen shot #5, of Henry with his hat over his face, is lacking in detail in the desk and much of it around the horn on the Victrola. Much of it is buried in shadow. I even chromecast the photos but the result was the same. An understanding of both of these issues would be greatly helpful.
  5. TheLastOfUs
    01-11-2016 06:30 PM
  6. villadelrefugio
    01-08-2016 04:45 AM
    Great write-up for Mr Robot. Fantastic show....I also thought it was worth mentioning how wonderfully shot it is. Every frame is really unique. Subjects are put in interesting positions within the frame (especially screenshots 9 and 23). Really striking. It's what initially drew me to the show.
  7. zasderfght
    01-03-2016 06:36 PM
    In your review for "The Green Inferno", I didn't see you mentioned anywhere in your review about how the Director's Cut is different from the theatrical cut. I'm just curious to know the differences between the theatrical cut and the director's cut. Have you seen "Inferno" prior to the Blu-ray release or do you have any idea of maybe what the differences between both versions are? If not, that's okay. I just thought I would ask!
  8. licious
    11-15-2015 09:17 AM
    In your review for The Fifth Element (mastered in 4K) you state in the audio section "...generally involving Chris Rock's character at Fhloston Paradise..." It's Chris Tucker, not Chris Rock.

    Thanks for the correction.
  9. Renascent
    11-14-2015 12:05 PM
    Hey. I read your Justified season 6 review and how it did not include a lossless sound track. The german release from does actually have it. Why it does, I do not know. This release is also region free so I was wondering if you are going to update your review with this new information. Not sure if the US release will ever get a lossless track in a second release batch, so your review can still contain a PSA. It would however be nice to read your opinion on the lossless track provided with the german release
  10. blam1
    11-04-2015 06:45 AM
    Hi. Thanks for your review of "That '70s Show - The Complete Series". Just wanted to correct something that you reported - but wasn't your fault. The Single Season BD sets issues by Mill Creak are actually 4 BD50s per season, not BD25s as reported by the Mill Creek rep.


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