010. 1917 w/ Mack Robins

This time we cover an Academy Award nominee for Best Picture, a Sam Mendes film focusing on World War I, 1917. The cinematography is stellar but was it a “gimmick” you must tune in to find out what the hosts think about this movie. A 2020 4K Blu-ray release, shot on some of the best digital cameras available today, listen to BillChete and Lady Phantom with the help of a filmmaker discuss the in’s and out’s of this disc.

A huge thanks to Mack Robins for joining us on this episode. You can find out more about Mack through his IMdB page. This writer/director has some free short films to check out on YouTube and Vimeo, including Just A Duck, Unseen and Mirror Portrait. A trailer he has produced for Muddy Corman and a music video titled Live To Trade (Another Day). To reach out to Mack directly follow him on Twitter.

New shows are launching every week on Thursdays throughout the summer then our typical schedule of bi-weekly will commence.

MOVIES in 4K is where BillChete and Lady Phantom discuss, review, criticize, analyze and debate one movie that has been released on the 4K Blu-ray format each and every episode. Guiding you on the merit of the movie with recommendations and on the purchasing power of physical media.

Episode 010 breakdown of “1917 (2019)

Genre Classifications    
BillChete:
60% War
40% Drama
Lady Phantom:
55% Drama
45% War
Mack Robins:
100% War

Movie Rating    
BillChete: 7.5 (Rental) Lady Phantom: 8 (Rental) Mack Robins: 10 (Buy)

4K Blu-ray Disc Grade    
BillChete: A- (Worthy) Lady Phantom: A- (Worthy) Mack Robins: A+ (Worthy)

Average 4K Disc Grade

A-