The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #134

Whoops, I think I did it again and skipped listing the previous podcast here. I blame having three kids because they do things to your mind. Anyway, Amazon enters the streaming hardware market, Captain America 2 breaks records all over, the MPAA are narrow-minded hypocrites (not that we didn’t know that already), Christopher Nolan defends film […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #127

Yes, I know. I seem to keep skipping the even numbers when I post my podcast here, but I assure you that they’re all there! In the latest podcast… Xbox One HDMI pass-through is broken although Microsoft (of course) tries to downplay that, my brief thoughts on Thor: The Dark World, UHD TV found on Amazon for […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #112

“Six Strikes” goes into effect in the US, Cablevision sues Viacom to bring a la carte programming, more movie content comes to the Nook HD and HD+, “The Hobbit: There And Back Again” is delayed until Dec 2014, 4K movies will be over 100GB, Bryan Singer to fix s**t from “X-Men: The Last Stand”, a […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #095

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #095 is now available! Disney mulls over 28-day DVD rental windows, discs are back at Netflix, the MPAA shows its stupidity (again), Abraham Lincoln fights vampires, now you can edit your videos online, “Transformers” will return with Michael Bay at the helm, George Lucas is to exit Hollywood (after […]

Asus Proves That Hollywood Is Still Clueless

The ignorance that Hollywood shows regarding technology (and the contempt they show for their paying customers) never ceases to amaze me. Their refusal to look at the reality of their situation proves more and more that the studios are out of touch with modern society. Hollywood was once against the VCR, fearing that it would […]