Posted Wed Oct 8, 2008 at 02:25 PM PDT by Mike Attebery
High-Def Digest's own Kenneth S. Brown has just written an article for Sound & Vision Magazine, in which he holds the studios accountable for their performance in the Blu-ray arena.
Regular readers are more than familiar with Kenneth's insightful movie reviews and analysis. Anyone who has read his reviews also knows that Ken isn't shy when it comes to taking the studios to task for skimping on sound, over-processing their video, or charging an arm and a leg for a title that offers little to no extras or high-def exclusives. Now Ken has written a piece for Sound & Vision, in which he lines the studios up in a row and points out who is doing what well, and who is taking the shortcuts. Check out the article on Sound & Vision's website.
If you like what you read, check out Kenneth's recent reviews for 'Standard Operating Procedure,' 'Eastern Promises,' 'Daredevil: Director's Cut,' 'Run Fatboy Run,' and 'Madagascar,' among hundred of others. His rundown of the Best (and Worst) High-Def Discs of 2007 is also a fun read.
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