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  1. lothda
    10-07-2017 07:11 AM
    Hi, re your remark about the lack of a release of Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii, the original (short) version is included on the "1972 OBFUSC/ATION" DVD and blu-ray in the Early Years set. It's easy to overlook as it's tucked away at the very end of the disc.

    Live At Pompeii (with 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)
    10. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 6.40
    11. A Saucerful Of Secrets 10.09
    12. One Of These Days 5.58
    13. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 10.24
    14. Echoes 26.10
  2. hansbizarre
    08-18-2017 06:08 AM
    Hi Mr Kaufman,

    Thank you for your awesome review of Alien Covenant! Can't wait to watch it again. Just wanted to share some points because hey- sharing is fun.

    • The producers of Alien (1979) were David Giler and Walter Hill, hence the name Walter.
    • Didn't Arthur C Clarke always maintain that the HAL/IBM thing was a pure coincidence?
    • It may seem strange to describe the mysterious signal as a LOST-esque element, since this was a plot element in the original 1979 Alien.
    • In your summary you mention "the scheming Walter" - i think you mean David?

    Sorry to be that guy - thanks again!
  3. PSLGuy
    08-05-2017 03:35 AM
    Hi Mr. Kaufman,
    I enjoy your reviews. I am not trying to be an ass. I just wanted to let you know that I in your review of the Blu-Ray "Gifted", you said a couple of times that the movie was filmed in Florida. The movie itself was portrayed to be the Tampa, FL area. However it was filmed in Georgia; Savannah,GA and Tybee Island,GA primarily as indicated by IMDB. There was no actual filming in FL. Just an FYI.
    Thanks for your great reviews,
  4. scooterberwyn
    07-24-2017 04:02 PM
  5. Tornado Red
    06-05-2017 08:41 PM
    Tornado Red

    Liked your review of The Who: Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival 2004, very informative for a prospective buyer! Maybe take a look at your recommendation area near the end and edit the year to 2004 from 2014 Thanks again, great review!

  6. jstjohn83
    05-25-2017 03:08 PM
    I have a question on Logan getting the regular bluray vs the 4k. I do not have a 4k tv, but I do have a 7.1 surround which I can switch between 7.1 and 5.1.2 with the atmost overhead speakers. Do you think it is work buying a UHD blu ray player so I can get the full atmos experience when I don't have a 4k tv? I assume 4k on a non 4k tv wont be any worse than the regular blu ray. I just love this movie so much so I just wanted to know if it was worth it. Thank you for your time.
  7. Acer2010
    02-05-2017 06:16 PM
    Hi, Mr. Kaufman.

    "I'm not sure if you know this, but when Martin Liebman reviewed the Blu-ray version of the 1962 epic LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, the movie was 227 minutes long, and the whole movie fit on one whole disc, and it still got a wonderful score of 5.0 for its video and audio quality. The only feature on the disc with the movie was something called Secrets of Arabia: A Picture-in-Graphic Track.

    If BEN-HUR had been released on Blu-ray with the whole film (which is 222 minutes long, shorter than LAWRENCE OF ARABIA) on one whole disc with just the audio commentary and music-only track (or one or the other), do you think the disc would still hold the same amazing audio and video transfer or no?

    If you could answer my question, I would gladly appreciate it. Thank you very much for your time and patience."
  8. indiana
    12-01-2016 01:43 PM
    hi, howards end is region free? thanks for review
  9. dbald
    11-25-2016 10:15 AM
    Hi. Just to let you know there is a blu-ray disc of Zeffirelli's Romeo & Juliet available in Australia. Not sure about the quality of the image. Try
  10. westernjunkie
    11-15-2016 03:16 PM
    Hi Jeffrey,
    I am a huge admirer of your BluRay reviews and wanted to find out if you might be interested in reviewing some of my releases as well.
    Check out the latest releases at:
    Would be great to hear from you.
    All the best,


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