Rolling Stones: ON AIR Review - Live at the BBC & The Down Side of Physical Media (CD, Vinyl)
Rolling Stones: ON AIR is a new collection that contains live performances recorded by the band for the BBC's various radio programs between 1963 and 1965. How does this collection stack up in the overall Stones discography? Plus, a further discussion of physical media and a small rant against Amazon!
The highest compliment I can award Prey is that it feels like neither a sequel or franchise fodder. Technically, it's the latest in a long line of Predator sequels and spin-offs, but the movie stands on its own by offering a self-contained story that doesn't require any past knowledge of the series or its lore. It also eschews many of the blockbuster's trappings by narrowing its scope to just a handful of characters, keeping the action intimate, and limiting the running time to a restrained 100 minutes--none of which are wasted. The film is a study in economic storytelling in which every part is in service of the whole. A steel trap that gets introduced in Act I gets used in Act II. A line of dialogue about the importance of keeping bow strings dry is foreshadowing of a future event. Everything is here for a reason. Prey is a sci-fi survival story in which a Predator alien arrives on Earth in the year 1719 to hunt the most dangerous game. It finds that challenge in th
Two of James Cameron's biggest hits, True Lies and The Abyss, have been MIA on the HD format since day one. In this video, we answer the question "why aren't these movies on Blu-ray and 4K?" Here's why! For more like this, check out Why No Blu-ray? Why No 4K? Cereal At Midnight is viewer supported! To unlock the entire Collecting At Midnight series plus hours of collection tours, secret commentaries and videos, and over 100 EXCLUSIVE EPISODES, visit Patreon.com/CerealAtMidnight ! CerealAtMidnight.com Shop: CerealAtMidnight.Threadless.com Ebay.com/usr/cerealatmidnight Patreon.com/CerealAtMidnight Facebook.com/CerealMidnight Twitter: CerealMidnight Instagram: CerealMidnight Letterboxd: CerealAtMidnite
In the debut episode of the Cereal At Midnight Podcast, Frank Tarzi, SVP of Acquisitions for Kino Lorber, stops by Cereal At Midnight to discuss 4K releases, collectible slipcovers, film noir box sets, and what's coming next! Find the Cereal at Midnight Podcast wherever you download your podcasts! If it's not there yet, we're working on it! It can already been found on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, the Podbean app, Amazon Music/Audible, iHeart Radio, PlayerFM, Samsung, and Podchaser! Please subscribe, rate, and review! CerealAtMidnight.com Twitter: CerealMidnight Instagram: CerealMidnight TikTok: OfficialCerealAtMidnight Letterboxd: CerealAtMidnite Shop: CerealAtMidnight.Threadless.com Ebay.com/usr/cerealatmidnight Patreon.com/CerealAtMidnight Facebook.com/CerealMidnight Patreon.com/CerealAtMidnight Intro Music: Juanitos - Octopussy - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Juanitos/Exotica/juanitos_-_01_-_octopussy/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/fr/ Interview M
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