To review: Iâ€™m talking about anÂ article on ZDNetÂ that tries to make the case for streaming first-run movies to a home theater.Â In the first part, I laid out the argument they made, and then took a look at the â€˜why I hate theatersâ€™ portion. In the second part, IÂ moved on to their â€˜why my home is awesomeâ€™ argument.
Now let’s take a look at what prices would be required and a few . . . → Read More: Movie Theater vs. Home Theater (part 3)
To review: I’m talking about an article on ZDNet that tries to make the case for streaming first-run movies to a home theater. In the first part, I laid out the argument they made, and then took a look at the ‘why I hate theaters’ portion.
This time I’m moving on to their ‘why my home is awesome’ portion.
But first, let me address a point a forgot to address last time. They argued that . . . → Read More: Movie Theater vs. Home Theater (part 2)
Yesterday I read an article in the ZDNet Tech Broiler attempting to make the case for the studios to release first-run movies direct to streaming options (specifically Netflix and iTunes). What they really did was take a full page laying out the case for why they don’t like going to the theater.
Their argument made the following points, frequently predicated on the reality that corporate megaplexes have mostly pushed out the smaller independent theaters:
Theaters . . . → Read More: Movie Theater vs. Home Theater (part 1)
Yes, I know stupider isn’t a word. It applies to Netflix nonetheless.
I’ll start this off by admitting that I don’t have Netflix. I have used it at other people’s houses from time to time, and enjoyed it, but haven’t pulled the trigger to get my own account.
Why? Because it doesn’t have what I want in its streaming library 90% of the time. I can find something to watch, sure, but usually not what . . . → Read More: Netflix becomes stupider, Warehouse 13 returns