Before we get started today, my review of Warner’s Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them in 4K Ultra HD went live last night, so be sure to check that out if you’re interested. It’s pretty good. It’s no Harry Potter, but the film has its charms and has real potential.
Also, our own Russell Hammond has just posted the weekly update of the Release Dates & Artwork section, featuring all the latest Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD cover artwork and Amazon.com pre-order links. The section also now features the update to sort the titles by format, including by 4K Ultra HD. As always, anytime you order or pre-order literally anything at all through our Amazon links, you’re helping to support our work here at The Bits and we surely do appreciate it. [Read on here…]
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Given the Thanksgiving holiday here in the States, the pace of announcement news is starting to taper off. Still, we do have a couple things of you today...
First though, we’ve posted the weekly update of the Release Dates & Artwork section featuring all the latest Blu-ray and DVD cover artwork and Amazon.com pre-order links. Keep in mind that any time you shop from Amazon through our links you’re helping to support our work here at The Bits and we greatly appreciate it. [Read on here…]
Happy Thanksgiving, folks! A day early we know, but this is going to be our last post here at The Bits until Monday, as we all go off to celebrate the holiday with family. Couple things for you today…
First, we’re pleased to bring you a trio of additional Blu-ray Disc reviews today. Tim has checked in with his thoughts on Criterion’s Lonesome and The Uninvited in HD, as well as Scream Factory’s The Horror Show. All are now available. [Read on here…]
Our topic today was prompted by a conversation I had after my dear friend Bill Thrash’s funeral a couple of weeks ago. His surviving sister told me that when my pal, about whom I thought I knew everything, was 16, around 1954, in the small southeastern Oklahoma town of Ada, he commandeered a shitload of dimes and tried, to the very best of his ability, to call his hero, Frank Sinatra.
I started thinking then about how many of us have attempted to be in touch with our favorite movie star, director, producer, writer, composer or author? I used to do that very thing a lot when I was single and bored.
Here are two stories that are so personal that I’ve never written about them before... [...]