Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
I watched Boston Legal, season 2, episodes 5-8 on DVD.
What else was she in?
Imogen Poots - IMDb
Hmmmm...to be honest, I don't think I ever saw her in anything else (based on that bio page)...
I watched Sword Of Sherwood Forrest on BD this afternoon. It's a Robin Hood film and it was mildly amusing.
^^^ I remember that Pesci film!
Cold Comfort Farm. Light delight for these times.
This arrived in the mail today– it's in my Holy Trinity of Comedy Films (along with Animal House and Caddyshack) so I can't wait to dig into it tonight. This technically is a musical as well, and is probably my favorite musical of all time.
Blu-Ray.com's review gives it 5/5 stars for both video and audio quality (extended footage issues aside), and pretty much seems like the final word for the film.
Tonight, I'm on a mission from God.
Tonight's 2nd feature will be this odd entry. I saw this one in the theater at age 6 or 7.... I was pretty young. I had no idea who Ringo Starr was at the time, let alone who the Beatles were... other than that cool "Yellow Submarine" song they did...
Blu-Ray.com's review isn't great, and admittedly proper restorations tend to be reserved for the more popular films, but it's still fun. There's really no better option to see the film than this!
From light to dark - watched VIDEODROME for the first time in many years. What is reality?
King Creole with Elvis. The new 4K remaster is pretty nice.
King Creole (Paramount Presents) Blu-ray Review
I watched The Mask Of Zorro on UHD-BD last night. It looked and sounded spectacular. I got a bit bored by all the sword fighting along the way. Zorro and the bad guy just couldn't kill each other. This went on and on.... After the Zorro beat-down, it made me feel better to watch the Baseball movie 61 on BD.
Haven't really searched them properly, but now I got my hands on the dvd's of Psycho 2 & 3.
2 was about as good as I remembered, but 3 was a bit worse than I thought.
Saw them last time about 20 years ago.
to my senses this looks and sounds phenomenal! tomorrow the extras!
A B&W Peter Sellers classic - Heaven's Above. Dostoyevski's Idiot as a comedy.
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