Monthly Archives: January 2008

Save HD-DVD

Not that I think it will do much good but some thoughtful soul has decided to start an online petition to save HD-DVD. There are so many online petitions around these days that I tend to wonder just how effective they can be. Take, for example, th… Continue reading

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Open Channel ‘D’

I thought it would be; it certainly looks much better in pictures than it does in real life. It is something that could break quite easily through wear. The DVD packaging is also disappointing with excess glue used to keep the disc separators toge… Continue reading

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2007 – The year in review (part three)

Apologies for the delay, I have not been feeling too great as of late, but without further ado here is the final part of my media review of 2007. In this post I will look at the music, books, software, television shows and hardware that impressed … Continue reading

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Goodbye HD-DVD?

In a surprise move Warner Brothers have announced that they are no long supporting both formats and will be releasing titles from their extensive catalogue on the Blu-Ray format. Last year there were rumours that Warner would become HD-DVD exclusi… Continue reading

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2007 – The year in review (part two)

Now we will move on to my favourite DVD releases of the year in no particular order:Four Flies on Grey Velvet (Dario Argento, 1971) Retrofilm: Germany.Twisted Nerve (Roy Boulting, 1968) Optimum: UK.The Burning (Tony Maylam, 1981) MGM: USA.Revenge … Continue reading

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