The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #169

Sony finally will release a remote for PS4, Roku announces the Roku 4, The Wire and Pan fail miserably, upcoming Batman movie could be rated R, sexism in Hollywood will be investigated, some BTTF 30th anniversary tie-ins, and more! – PlayStation 4 universal media remote is up for pre-order – Roku 4 has been announced […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #165

  Yay! I missed putting up info for #164. This is not surprising at this point. :/ In this episode The Fantastic Four blame game has started with Josh Trank implying that Fox is responsible for its failure, Sony’s upcoming lineup isn’t inspiring, Monty Python and the Holy Grail is coming back to theaters, Ready Player One […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Postcast #155

Yes, I skipped a few episodes here. Sorry about that; however, you should be checking out my official podcast site or subscribing through iTunes anyway. (I’m working on adding more streaming options for those who don’t like or can’t run iTunes.) Also, I’ve decided that I’m going to start posting show notes here as well as on widescreen.org […]

Thew Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #149

I actually managed to get a podcast done not only less than two weeks from the previous one (a miracle in and of itself as of late) but I set my own record by having it done in just over two hours! Hopefully this bodes well for future episodes. In this episodes, Sony got hacked […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #148

Somehow we ended up with a bit of a short show this time. Of course, that’s what happens when Chrome blows up and the RSS plugin that I was using decides to crash with it. Disney tries for device ubiquity, Miyazaki comes to Blu-ray, fourth Toy Story film on the way, Episode VII title is somewhat […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #138

Another show, another rant. This time it’s directed (again) at the clueless disc haters who have themselves convinced that physical media will go away in only two years (ignoring the fact that we won’t see the infrastructure for that to happen within our lifetimes). Otherwise, The Fault In Our Stars and the latest X-Men dominate their respective […]

Review – Google Chromecast

“Cutting the cord” seems to be one of the big buzzphrases lately. With hundreds of cable channels available, but only a handful worth watching, people are understandably getting tired of paying over $100 a month for hundreds of channels that they will never watch. Several devices are available to help you to sever your connection […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #105

Get ready for podcast #105, although it might be a downer for a lot of you. One empire takes over a different “Empire”, a “Blade Runner” sequel is happening, Ubisoft gets a partner for their “Assassins Creed” film, the BBC iPlayer is blocked in the US by Comcast and Time-Warner, the “Firefly” crew reunites, 4K is […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #104

Podcast #104 is up! (Listen to it! It’ll save your life — somehow…) Several new streaming (hardware) options are now available, movies on USB are doomed to fail, all-you-can-watch MoviePass decides to launch, “The Princess Bride” celebrates its 25th anniversary, you can help a new “Star Trek” series, the upcoming “Les Mis” breaks new territory […]

The Widescreen.org Movie and Media Podcast #103

Retailers have been caught violating TV size advertising restrictions, LG removes online pricing competition from high-end TVs, new “Hobbit” stills are released, DreamWorks to release 12 movies by 2016, the new RoboCop looks idiotic, “Pirates 5” to start shooting, “Boondock Saints 3” is getting started, the BFI explains how they’re restoring Hitchcock’s silent films, and […]