The people behind 2011's "Atlas Shrugged" movie adaptation (yes, they finally released the movie and no, nobody saw it) were "mortified" to discover that the DVD packaging for "Part 1" billed the film as a story of "courage and self-sacrifice." As every Randbot knows, self-sacrifice is sacrilegious in the world of Ayn. (more)
Fans of James Cameron's "Avatar" who are anxiously waiting to watch, pause for commentary and perhaps act out the film in the comfort of their own homes now have a date, and an auspicious one, when they can make that magic happen: April 22 Twentieth Century Fox is giving "Avatar" (continued).
The blogosphere is alive with the sound of buzz -- all about an inflammatory DVD on radical Islam being distributed to millions of households at the peak of election season. Critics are calling the DVD, "Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West," anti-Muslim hate, or politicking, or both. The obvious question: Who is behind it?
If you've been struggling to decide whether HD DVD or Blu-ray is right for your next-generation video needs, consider this: The porn industry has apparently chosen HD DVD as its preferred high-definition format. Sony, beware: The same people who probably gave VHS a win over Betamax in the last major format war have taken sides.