We have a new bonus episode for you this Monday! These special audio presentations are in addition to our regular scheduled Thursday episodes as these are dedications to our awesome listeners and focus solely on 4K Blu-ray movie requests, suggestions and recommendations from our awesome listeners!
Our second bonus show is a suggestion from Lee Warner where he was pondering, wondering and asking the hosts if B&W films are just as impressive as color movies. Your hosts had to pick one of only a handful of black and white titles that have been released on the format and they chose a masterpiece by David Lynch, the true-ish biography-drama, The Elephant Man, which details the life of Joseph (John) Merrick who suffered hugely from deformity. We answer the call of duty and describe in detail if a B&W film benefits from Ultra HD. Hit that play button to find out the results!
New shows are launching every week on Thursdays throughout the year, where you will get at least one new review, rating and grade for all of 2020 on a 4K Blu-ray Disc, 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 017 breakdown of “The Elephant Man (1980)“
|BillChete: 10 (Buy)||Lady Phantom: 10 (Buy)|
|4K Blu-ray Disc Grade|
|BillChete: C+ (Worthy)||Lady Phantom: C+ (Worthy)|
Average 4K Disc Grade