Paul McCartney and Wings Rock show One night only in cinemas

I am a huge Paul McCartney Fan I have seen him play nearly 10 times. I have a large collection of McCartney memorabilia albums and rare stuff. I have been collecting his archive releases so with much excitement getting the news Rockshow was coming out in cinemas and Bluray was a welcome one. This 1976

Les Miserables (2012) and Life of Pi Blurays my impressions

I recently acquired the Blu Ray of Les Miserables. I am not going to go into the film as such as that has been covered elsewhere but what I can say is the transfer is very pretty. It was shot on film but retains that warmth and grain film presents without being soft. The detail

3d Movies what the cinemas never tell you.

So you are going to a new 3D movie. Exciting hey? What the cinemas never tell is how the 3D effect drops of the more off axis you are from the screen. I recently went to see the Life Of PI as it was the first day of the film seating was limited. We sat

4 weeks on 3d tv some obervations

I have had my 3d TV now for over a months. I thought I would ad some further reflections on what I like and what I dislike. Firstly 3D looks just terrible in light rooms. For it to really take effect the room must be pitch black. My favourite 3D bluray is Peter Gabriel new

The changing of the Australian Media landscape.

As there has been so much upheaval in the television industry in the past few months I thought I would write a piece about where things are at and where things are going. The Australian media industry are in a major period of change. newspapers ,books ,television and even radio are all caught up in

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