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Old 06-17-2017, 04:30 AM   #1
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Default The 3D Historical Record

Starting on page 26 of the June 2017 Widescreen Review magazine, is an an excellent part 1 article on “The 3D Historical Record”. Over the course of 2 or 3 issues the magazine will be re-publishing reviews on 243 3-D Blu-ray discs.

For a limited time a sample PDF version of the June 2017 Widescreen Review magazine can be downloaded. Of course to see the entire magazine with all pages, one needs to subscribe to the magazine.
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Old 06-26-2017, 07:31 PM   #2
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I'm surprised the mag is still in business. And it is sad that it has to re-print old articles to fill space. The only home video publication I have ever subbed was DVD Laser Newsletter by Doug Pratt, but even I had to regrettably stop subbing it. The print magazine format is just too outdated for the 21st century, and it has doomed many of my favorite works like Leonard Maltin's movie guide, etc.
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I am not intimately familiar with the magazine. I realize I may be reading too much into the title and presuming to know the motivations behind the article, but when I see the title "The 3-D Historical Record" used in connection with a compendium of extant disc reviews, I naturally conclude the editors believe the story of 3-D on Blu-Ray is coming to a close.

If that be their attitude, they are not speaking to me, and I am not listening to them.
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