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  1. warrian
    06-04-2020 06:59 AM
    Hey Steven, in your recent review of Mary Shelley you credited Owen Richards as playing Shelley's father William Godwin. Richards is the young man who plays her (step?) brother. Mr. Godwin, as he is credited, is actually played by the excellent Stephen Dillane. Thanks for all the good work. Cheers!
  2. Kakihara
    03-27-2020 08:24 PM
    Thanks for the change. Really appreciated at this time.
  3. Kakihara
    03-21-2020 08:04 PM
    Referring to an Asian person (or character in a movie) as "an Oriental" is offensive.
  4. DFTrouble
    11-18-2019 02:37 AM
    How in the blue hell can "Gardens of Stone" be one of your favorite Coppola movies? Is "Jack" at the top of your list?
  5. ColdCountryMN
    11-01-2019 03:30 AM
    Wonder why you didn’t mention that some of the special features listed on the slipback for The Blob don’t match up with the disc. No isolated score or interview with Ricky Paull Goldin were included, though they are listed as special features.
  6. Randy Miller III
    09-10-2019 03:30 PM
    Randy Miller III
    Hi Steven,

    Greetings from a new-ish fellow reviewer. I noticed you purchased this title but I have been in contact with the studio recently -- this must have been a case where both of us had the same studio on our radar (not the first time it's happened). In any case, if you want to continue with Film Movement, it's fine by me as I have more than enough to keep me busy. But you probably won't need to purchase their titles -- just e-mail Michael Krause ( and he can send out whatever you need.


    Randy Miller III
  7. x5gb
    06-02-2019 06:30 AM
    Noticed in your site review for the Shout Earthquake you have failed to notice the aspect ratio is cropped and incorrect at 2.20:1, assuming it is the correct 2.35:1, please update your review and score to reflect this in the hope Shout can fix and replace this error.
  8. stevecarney2012
    11-18-2018 02:48 AM
    Hi. I wanted to let you know that Shout Factory got in touch with me concerning the audio issues mentioned in your review for Creepshow. Their reply: The 5.1 was a carryover from a previous release. We're sorry it's not as enjoyable as the 2.0, which is the theatrical audio we remastered. As of now there are no plans for a replacement disc. We recommend the 2.0 as the preferred way to watch the film.
  9. Happy_Evil_Dude
    10-30-2018 09:23 AM

    Was reading your review of the Halloween III re-release and looking over your helpful comparison screenshots and it seems to me that it's not just the color-grading that has been changed but the actual framing! The new release seems to have been "zoomed in" compared to the old release, can you confirm this?
  10. Curumo
    07-19-2018 12:07 PM
    What a funny little mistake on your latest (TWITW) review,
    "When The Woman in the Window reached DVD belatedly in the summer of 2007, Blu-ray had been around for nearly a hour and MGM apparently wasn't ready to release it on HD."

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