No Time To Die review (4K)

After several covid-related delays, No Time To Die finally hit theaters at the end of September. One of few blockbuster releases with a cinema-only release in 2021, it was a massive success, and now Daniel Craig’s final stint as James Bond is available for home viewing in 4K as well. Continue reading “No Time To Die review (4K)”

Dune (2021) review (4K)

While 2021 was another slow year at the box office due to the ongoing pandemic, a few gems did sneak in. James Bond’s latest adventure finally arrived in the fall, the holiday season saw Spider-Man emerge victorious, but the biggest movie of the late summer was probably Denis Villeneuve’s take on Dune. After earlier streaming releases, it has now come to home cinema on a 4K UHD disc, which we’re reviewing today. Continue reading “Dune (2021) review (4K)”

BluRay roundup: Free Guy & Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (4K)

What do we do when we take some time off for the holidays? We play videogames, and we watch movies – and sometimes the two come together! Today we’re discussing two 4K BluRay releases we enjoyed over the holidays – here are Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Free Guy. Continue reading “BluRay roundup: Free Guy & Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (4K)”

Jurassic World 5-Movie Collection review (4K)

The holidays are a popular period for people to invest in a brand new television. These days, that’s likely to be a 4K specimen, so now that the holiday break is here you might be looking for some great content that lets it flex its muscles. And while Home Alone, Elf and Love Actually are wonderfully appropriate movies to watch, a suggestion we’d like to make is the 5-movie Jurassic World box set in 4K, which features the original three Jurassic Park films as well as both currently released Jurassic World films. Here’s a closer look. Continue reading “Jurassic World 5-Movie Collection review (4K)”

The Isklander Trilogy review

One of the most exciting interactive entertainment experiences we’ve had this year was the Isklander Trilogy from the Swamp Motel team. It’s a unique three-part narrative that premiered in 2020 but is closing its doors soon, and we feel it’s one of the best ways to play together with friends and family over the holidays. Here’s why. Continue reading “The Isklander Trilogy review”