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Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (40 of 43)
Location: Burien, WA USA
In My Own Words:
I'm a self-published author, veteran reader and film buff. I lived through the sixties and remember them vividly.

Interests
Music, particularly blues, rock, and jazz.

Film: virtually any genre except for splatter flicks, anything featuring torture, or porn.

Books: I used to read a great deal of SF, before it became so pretentious. Currently, some of my favorite writer… Read more
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 307,318 - Total Helpful Votes: 40 of 43
Outer Limits - The Complete Season 4 (Bilingual)
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Five years after MGM released Season 1 in the U.S., the rest of the series is being issued in Canada. It's great to have these episodes, several of which I missed when they were originally broadcast.

Unfortunately, these are the edited versions. The series was originally shown on Showtime, and included some brief nudity and an occasional four-letter expletive. Edited versions were then prepared for syndication, with the nudity and strong language edited out, and commercial breaks inserted.

While the Season Two set included the originals, with the exception of one episode, Seasons Three and Four have only the edited versions. In many cases, this doesn't change… Read more
Man Of The World Reflections ~ Various
The first thing you should know is that this disc contains 15 selections from the two-disc tribute "Rattlesnake Guitar" which was released about six years ago and is still available. The only difference is that the selections are presented here in Super Audio CD (SACD) format. Contrary to the listing here, it is dual layer; that is, it will play on a conventional CD player.
"Rattlesnake Guitar" is about as good as it gets. If you already have that set, you don't need this one. Had the advertisement here mentioned it, I wouldn't have purchased material I have --- the difference in audio between CD and SACD is not always worth the extra money. (I could have… Read more
Hercules/Hercules Unchained
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not widescreen, July 2 2004
These brawn-and-sandal classics are, unfortunately, presented here in so-called "full" frame, 1.33:1. Since they were shot in a Cinemascope-like format, 2.35:1, more than half the original image is lost. This is not an acceptable way to view an epic. Purchase not recommended.
Eventually someone will release a widescreen version; all the more reason to send the message to labels like this one: No widescreen, no sale!