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  1. duffman1132
    10-18-2021 12:34 AM
    Hi Jeffrey, I noticed that your review of "The Little Rascals: The ClassicFlix Restorations, Volume 2" missed mentioning the short titled "Shiver My Timbers", which according to the ClassicFlix website is included on this volume.
  2. vyrus0139
    09-07-2021 07:20 AM
    Would you recommend purchasing Loving Vincent on DVD rather than Blu-ray b/c of the average quality of the Blu-ray version? Thanks!
  3. glare
    06-15-2021 03:08 AM
    Hey - for your recent review of Texas, Adios (1966), it's interesting to point out that despite the booklet stating that the negative was "2-perf Techniscope", the movie was actually shot with Zeiss Ultrascope anamorphic lenses from Germany, on regular 4-perf 35mm. The use of anamorphic lenses is plainly visible in the screenshots. Not sure if they just assumed it was shot in Techniscope because it was a Spaghetti Western or what.
  4. skylark68
    06-05-2021 07:39 PM
    Thank you for your great reviews. I just finished the review about the Great War of Archimedes, and it looks like a very interesting film. I just wanted to comment about seaplanes rescuing downed aviators in WW2 and it did in fact happen, my wife's great uncle flew several different types of seaplanes during the war. He mostly performed reconaissance missions and screening for task forces, but he did perform at least one or two pickups of downed naval aviators. His first ship, the USS Quincy was sunk at Savo Island. Also, check out VH-3 and also this link:
  5. tallrichard
    06-02-2021 01:09 AM
    Do you still approve submissions to add digital copies to different platforms?
  6. TeddyMac
    03-03-2021 06:22 PM
    Thanks for all of your reviews! Greatly appreciated.

    Just FYI, in your review earlier this year of Operation Mad Ball, you wrote, "The focal character in this particular enterprise is a private (the Army's version of an Ensign)". To correct, the army's equivalent rank to the Navy Ensign (O-1) is the 2nd LT (O-1), the lowest commissioned rank. Cheers!
  7. Tatifan
    02-01-2021 04:38 PM
    Thanks for your review of "Viy". I think it's worth mentioning (since there's no indication of this anywhere on the disc or packaging) that the 3 silent films are excerpted from those films. I wish Severin had mentioned that they are incomplete.
  8. jpmccorm
    12-25-2020 01:03 PM
    RE: Pink Floyd: Delicate Sound of Thunder Blu-ray

    Thanks for the review of the remastered blu-ray.
    I just re-watched the DVD after seeing this was released, I trust it is better than that... ;-)

    I saw the Sydney, Australia show of this concert and had always hoped a higher quality version would someday make it out.

  9. Kitano
    12-22-2020 03:03 AM
    Not sure if someone messaged you about the pictures of people during the end credits of "Rampant" (Korean zombie flick) but they should be the actors who played the parts of the demons/zombies whatever they were. Maybe a chance to show them without make-up as a thank you?
  10. Wtdk
    11-10-2020 07:55 PM
    Read your review of a silent Running. Quite good one criticism-it’s not ‘some’ climatologist but 98% are attributing climate change as the cause for the issues we are facing (keep (n mind weather is a snapshot in time, climate is the entire movie for that period of time).


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