The Widescreen Podcast #215

Believe it or not, the time has finally come and the new widescreen.org has been unleashed! It’s not perfect, but it’s leaps and bounds better than what it used to be. It’s HTML5 compliant, there is no Flash requirement (or –groan– Real Player or whatever), the video segments are now all on YouTube, and audio […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #195

I will admit that I’m a bit more rant-y in this podcast than others, but between the election, the reactions from idiots on both sides, and other things, I guess I needed to vent via my own impeccable logic and common sense. You’ll understand why the title of this particular episode is “Stupid People Doing […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #194

The XBOX One S and NVIDIA Shield TV will support newer audio codecs, Ultra HD TVs will be the majority of the market by 2020, Tim Miller leaves Deadpool 2 over creative differences, Assassin’s Creed gets a worldwide December 21 release date, James Gunn is NOT doing Tron 3, Aquaman will have the heart of a swashbuckler […]

Hollywood Continues To Ruin Its Own Home 3D Market

As the end of the year approaches, the annual articles continue to pop up that reflect on the past year, whether the topic is video games, movies, TV, or what have you. In the same way I decided to look up the highest box office numbers for 2014.  For just the US box office, the […]

Review: Hauppauge HD PVR

Not everyone has the option to use or rent a DVR through their cable or satellite company. Some people have the option but don’t like the thought of having to pay an additional, monthly fee for a DVR that they won’t actually own. Yet others already have home theatre systems but don’t want to deal […]