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HD Report | May 26, 2017

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Sam Jordan

Sam Jordan

Sam Jordan is a freelance writer, editor, and comedian.

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‘Saturday Night Fever’ Blu-ray Review: Racism, Rape, and the Bee Gees

April 30, 2017 |

It’s been 40 years since Saturday Night Fever was released, and I’m here to say polyester leisure suits have held up far better.

While the famous soundtrack still sounds great, if you watch this movie – as I did – … Read More

Amazon Prime to Stream ‘Thursday Night Football’ Games This Season

April 4, 2017 |

Are you ready for some Romo, Amazon Prime members?

In what can legitimately be called a programming touchdown (and field goal), Amazon and the NFL have worked out a deal for the streaming rights to 10 Thursday Night Football games … Read More

Samsung Debuts World’s First HDR LED Theater Display

March 31, 2017 |

Forget those inflatable screens. If you’re looking to build your own movie theater, Samsung has the answer.

The newly unveiled Samsung Cinema Screen is being billed as the world’s first High Dynamic Range LED theater display, promising stellar picture quality … Read More

Petition Drive to Keep 3D TV Alive Reaches 10,000 Signatures

March 24, 2017 | 3

In the uphill battle to keep 3D TV alive, a small victory has been achieved: A petition that calls on LG to revive 3D in their 2018 OLED models has surpassed 10,000 online signatures.

It took about two months to reach … Read More

Netflix Creates “Goodbye Video” for ‘The X-Files’ and Other Shows Leaving April 1

March 19, 2017 |

How do you smooth over the bad feelings stirred up by losing the streaming rights to a handful of beloved TV shows? Previously, Netflix did, well… pretty much nothing. But now it looks like the company is acknowledging the angst … Read More

‘Jackie’ Blu-ray Review: A Polished But Distracting Display of Grief

March 15, 2017 |

“Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief, shining moment that was known as Camelot. There’ll be great presidents again… but there will never be another Camelot.”               … Read More

Star Wars on 4K Blu-ray? Patience, Young Jedi.

March 5, 2017 |

So you plunked down a couple of grand on a new 4K TV, you’ve got the surround sound set up, and now you’re ready to dive into the world of Ultra High Definition with Star Wars: Episode VII – The … Read More

Martin Scorcese’s ‘The Irishman’ on Netflix: Is This Even Something We Want?

February 26, 2017 |

Eyebrows were raised last week when IndieWire reported that Martin Scorsese’s (no stranger to prominent eyebrows himself) next film, The Irishman, featuring both Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, had been picked up for distribution by Netflix.

Whoa. A movie … Read More

‘Allied’ Blu-ray Review: A Surprisingly Good Old-Fashioned Thriller

February 19, 2017 |

It’s not often that a Brad Pitt movie (or one directed by Robert Zemeckis) silently slips past the public, but Allied managed to do just that when it was released last November. Between the forgettable title, lack of hype, mixed … Read More

IMDb is Shutting Down Its Message Boards

February 6, 2017 |

IMDb is shutting down its message boards and private messaging on February 20. That means whether you’re looking for thoughtful discussions on the works of Federico Fellini, or just some juvenile jousting over The Hottie and the Nottie, you’re going … Read More

Android Users Can Now Save Netflix Content to Their SD Cards

January 29, 2017 |

Those marathon car trips and cross-country flights will now go down a bit smoother for Android users, as Netflix has enabled the downloading and storage of video to SD cards. Up until a few days ago, you could only stock … Read More

3D TV is Dying and That’s Not Cool

January 20, 2017 |

Have you ever watched Life of Pi in 3D at home? It’s nothing less than stunning.

The same holds true for Titanic. And Beauty and the Beast. And The Wizard of Oz. And Gravity.

In fact, there are dozens of … Read More

4 Damn Fine Reasons to Relish the Return of Twin Peaks

January 13, 2017 |

The last time a new episode of Twin Peaks was on TV? June 10, 1991. The next time? May 21, 2017.

Yes, this is damn fine news.

The groundbreaking cult classic is returning for 18 all-new episodes that will air … Read More

The 10 Best Things Added To Netflix , Amazon, & Hulu for January 2017

January 5, 2017 |

While we mourn the painful loss of Saving Private Ryan, Coming to America, ESPN’s 30 for 30 series, and yes, Murder, She Wrote, the streaming gods have bestowed upon us new treasures in the form of newly added shows and … Read More

Netflix Killing Off ‘Murder, She Wrote,’ ‘Columbo,’ and Other Classic TV Shows January 1

December 31, 2016 | 72

TV shows come and go on Netflix all the time, but when it involves international treasure Angela Lansbury (now 91 years young!) and Murder, She Wrote, we find it newsworthy.

Starting tomorrow, January 1, 2017, all 12 seasons and 239 … Read More

Yule Love This Guide to Yule Log and Christmas Fireplace Videos

December 22, 2016 |

While the fireplace is one of the least original names ever concocted (is the bathtub the “waterplace?”), we can’t deny the crazy-high cozy factor of a homey hearth. And on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, heck, it just feels so … Read More

New slate of entertainment apps hitting Xbox One, Xbox 360 this week

March 25, 2014 |

A new slew of entertainment options are being rolled out on Microsoft’s two gaming consoles this week. Read More

Amazon raises Prime membership fee to $99

March 13, 2014 |

It’s the first price hike ever, and it’s a big one.Read More

Microsoft angers early adopters by offering free ‘Forza 5’

March 7, 2014 | 29

Getting a free game like Forza 5 sounds like a great deal for new Xbox One customers, right? No. It’s actually an “absolute slap in the face”—at least that’s according to a chunk of the console’s early adopters.Read More