Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

By: Jay's Movie Blog

5Sep2021

It's almost ancient history now, but there was a point when the conventional wisdom was that superhero movies would rise and fall on their villains. The heroes, after all, wore masks and were simple do-gooders who had to be around for the next movie...

Adventures in the Third Dimension: Windows and Dynasty

By: Jay's Movie Blog

3May2021

I haven't watched nearly as much on my shelf as I thought I would during the pandemic; I get decision paralysis staring at it, and even with the stuff in virtual theaters, I find myself thinking that I just won't enjoy it as much as I would in person...

Johnnie To/Chow Yun-fat/Sylvia Chang: Eighth Happiness; All About Ah-Long; The Fun, the Luck & the Tycoon; and Office

By: Jay's Movie Blog

8Mar2021

I don't know whether The Fun, the Luck & the Tycoon was released on Hong Kong Blu-ray with an eye on the then-forthcoming release of Coming 2 America, or if Panorama was just grabbing what had decent elements from their catalog and getting some J...

The Star Wars Saga

By: Jay's Movie Blog

5Aug2020

Back in December, I kind of punted reviewing The Rise of Skywalker, figuring that I'd see it on the big screen twice like I had every other new Star Wars movie in the Disney era, but never got around to it. So I figured I'd wait until it was on disc...

These Weeks in (Virtual) Tickets: 22 June 2020 - 28 June 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog

30Jun2020

Ah, summer, so it looks nice out the window. Kind of a quiet week, writing up previous reviews, watching season 2 of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, doing a bunch of crosswords, the usual. Eventually, I was able to get a couple things off the sh...

This Week in (Virtual) Tickets: 22 June 2020 - 28 June 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog

30Jun2020

Ah, summer, so it looks nice out the window. Kind of a quiet week, writing up previous reviews, watching season 2 of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, doing a bunch of crosswords, the usual. Eventually, I was able to get a couple things off the sh...

These Weeks in (Virtual) Tickets: 1 June 2020 - 21 June 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog

26Jun2020

Not many movies over the past few weeks, but sometimes you just feel good about accomplishing something. In my case, it's finally finishing up the last of my Fantasia Festival reviews from last year, with nearly a whole month to spare befor...

L.A. 3-D Movie Fest Online #3 (21 June 2020)

By: Jay's Movie Blog

24Jun2020

Time flies, sort of - I saw L.A. 3-D SPACE had events which could become online events scheduled for roughly the third Sunday of every month, but this still caught me by surprise when I navigated to YouTube for something else earlier in the weekend a...

These Weeks in (Virtual) Tickets: 18 May 2020 - 31 May 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog

2Jun2020

Putting a ticket to a ballgame that wasn't played in because I'd like to see the page broken up a little and to remind me later that all of this doing nothing wasn't entirely a choice. I might very well have been weak given the option. I got...

L.A. 3-D Movie Fest Online #2 (24 May 2020)

By: Jay's Movie Blog

30May2020

I wasn't necessarily expecting L.A. 3-D SPACE to replace what had been on their calendar for Sunday with another online show just three weeks after their last when most months on the schedule just show one thing, but they did schedule an on-line show...

The Taking of Tiger Mountain

By: Jay's Movie Blog

26May2020

Not really a lot to say here that I didn't include in the eFilmCritic review other than noting that the disc I ordered from Hong Kong however long ago appears to be a 3D-only disc, with no option to watch in 2D that I saw on the menu (unless it's bur...

This Week in (Virtual) Tickets: 27 April 2020 - 3 May 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog

8May2020

I've got to find something to do to make these pages a little more interesting, just for myself looking at them. Maybe screenshot the theaters' virtual cinema pages or cut up the little advertising cards in some of the discs. I kept a little bus...

L.A. 3-D Movie Fest Online and Ape

By: Jay's Movie Blog

8May2020

The Center for Stereoscopic Photography, Art, Cinema, and Education is an exhibition space/collection in Los Angeles which I'll have to visit if I make it out that way any time soon, most recently noted for crowdfunding the restoration of El Coranzon...

Made in Hong Kong: Shatter & Call of Heroes

By: Jay's Movie Blog

3May2020

This week's entry in "don't even let the new arrivals make it to the new arrivals shelf" is Shatter, which I didn't even know existed until I was writing up Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires a couple weeks ago and saw that not only did Hammer...

3-D Rarities Volume II, including El corazón y la espada

By: Jay's Movie Blog

15Apr2020

Another bit of "let's not even let new stuff make it onto the shelf as the pre-order gets delivered a bit late, but it's no big deal. You are probably not buying this particular Blu-ray unless you already have a ton of stuff on the shelf that y...

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