After watching Avatar in 3-D for the first time since theatres in 2009, I began to think about the long delay in the production of the sequels. I remembered how long it took to bring the original to the screen, a decade to be precise, with talk of "developing something new and innovative". It was… Continue reading AVATAR 2, 3, 4 & 5 -WHY THE DELAY?
As this is the sequel to two of J.J.Abrams Star Trek movies, as well as one which he is producing and given the fact this is the most prominent trailer promised to run before Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens from Thursday, this Star Trek news has every right to break into nEoFILM's none stop… Continue reading STAR TREK BEYOND TEASER TRAILER #1
1999 DIRECTOR: Dean Parisot May contain spoilers! "Never give up, never surrender" Considered by many to be one of the best Star Trek films that was never was, even though J.J. Abrams had stated a love for this parody of the much beloved franchise, his two instalments are at least, a league below the quality… Continue reading GALAXY QUEST
2015 DIRECTOR: Tim Russ May contain spoilers! Some where between home made videos of wild antics, raw news footage and movie trailers is the ever growing culture of web shows and movies. Many of them are great, short but professionally produced, unregulated media which have fans across the spectrum but it is also giving rise… Continue reading STAR TREK: RENEGADES (WEB TV MOVIE)
1964 To start with, it is very rare for us to review a TV show or film, but doubly so to take on just a single episode. But this is a special case. The Outer Limits episode "Soldier" is closely tied into to The Terminator (1984) and along with the later episode, A Demon With… Continue reading THE OUTER LIMITS: SOLDIER
Rest In Peace, James. He will be sorely missed but his work will live on for years to come and will certainly be a staple on my iPod, as well as the timeless memorial that his movie work will be, as it is accompanied so many movies which will be rerun for decades to come.
Last week was my first real opportunity to run-in and test of the Optima HD141x, and what can I say? After spending my teenage years using 8mm and 16mm projectors, it wasn't until May 2003 that I first moved into LCD projection. I began with a Sanyo PLV-Z1, which was obviously pre-HDMI and in turn, pre-HD and… Continue reading REVIEW OF THE OPTOMA HD141x HD 3D PROJECTOR
There have been so many technical leaps and innovations since the birth of cinema in 1896, with many failures and successes but more than not, they are failures which inspire. Cinerama was the godfather of the modern widescreen, multi-track surround sound cinema, but it wasn't the first attempt at widescreen, any more than The Jazz… Continue reading “IT’S ALL ‘BOUT THE BASS, ‘BOUT THE BASS… NO TREBLE!” : A BRIEF LOOK AT SENSURROUND
1958 DIRECTORS: Carl Dudley, Richard Goldstone, Francis D. Lyon, Walter Thompson & Basil Wrangell May Contain Spoilers! The Orson Welles narrated South Seas Adventure is the fifth and final entry of the three-strip Cinerama Travelogues, though Orson is the not the only voice to appear on this soundtrack, with his credit overshadowing the word of several others. Opening without the customary 1.37:1 segment, originally… Continue reading SOUTH SEAS ADVENTURE (CINERAMA)
1991 DIRECTOR: Nicholas Meyer May Contain Spoilers! There have been at least three versions of this film, with the Theatrical Cut which I believe is available on Blu-ray at the moment, the UNCUT version which was available on Video and DVD and a slightly different version of the UNCUT version which was release on the… Continue reading STAR TREK VI: THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY