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Movies in the theatrical venue aren't the same as they were just a few years ago. To follow the latest news about 3D movies, theatrical moves, box office records and more from the world of Hollywood read this HomeTheaterReview.com Movie News page. No matter what level of a home theater enthusiast you are - the theatrical standard for movie playback is still the ultimate standard for both video (picture) as well as audio including uncompressed surround sound from the makers of Dolby and DTS.

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Comcast Adds "Enhanced Movie Extras" to Xfinity X1 Platform

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Comcast is moving its video-on-demand experience one step closer to the disc experience with the addition of "enhanced movie extras" to the Xfinity X1 platform. In partnership with Universal, Lionsgate, Paramount, and Sony, Comcast has added interactive functionality to a... Read More

 
DTS:X Coming to Select Paramount Blu-ray Discs

DTS:X Coming to Select Paramount Blu-ray Discs

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DTS has announced a partnership with Paramount Home Media Distribution that will bring object-based DTS:X surround soundtracks to select Paramount home video releases. The first titles to include a DTS:X soundtrack are Daddy's Home, The Big Short, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot,... Read More

 
10 Great Ultra HD Blu-ray Discs to Begin Your Collection

10 Great Ultra HD Blu-ray Discs to Begin Your Collection

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Are you ready to embrace Ultra HD Blu-ray? We recommend 10 great UHD Blu-ray discs to begin building your collection. Read More

 
Amazon Now Streaming HDR in Dolby Vision Format

Amazon Now Streaming HDR in Dolby Vision Format

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Dolby has announced that Amazon is now streaming some Ultra HD content in the Dolby Vision format. Amazon already streams content in the HDR10 format, and now it adds support for Dolby Vision, as well. The first group of DV... Read More

 
What Your System Needs to Enjoy Dolby Atmos Today

What Your System Needs to Enjoy Dolby Atmos Today

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Thinking about assembling a Dolby Atmos-capable system? Adrienne Maxwell discusses what products you need and what products are available. Read More

 
Dolby Teams with Sony Pictures to Release Dolby Vision Titles

Dolby Teams with Sony Pictures to Release Dolby Vision Titles

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Dolby Labs has announced a partnership with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment to bring Dolby Vision 4K Ultra HD content to market. No specific titles or release dates have been provided yet. Sony now joins Warner Brothers in supporting the Dolby... Read More

 
Another Round of Dolby Atmos Blu-ray Titles Announced

Another Round of Dolby Atmos Blu-ray Titles Announced

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A few upcoming big-ticket Blu-ray releases are getting the Dolby Atmos treatment, including Unbroken, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay--Part 1, and the Gravity Diamond Luxe Edition. All three of these titles will be released in March. See below for a complete... Read More

 
Kaleidescape Adds NBCUniversal Films and TV Shows to Download Store

Kaleidescape Adds NBCUniversal Films and TV Shows to Download Store

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Kaleidescape continues to increase the content options for its digital download store, securing a licensing deal with NBCUniversal that will add 1,000 movie titles and 210 TV seasons. The company already has licensing deals inplace with Warner Brothers, Lionsgate, and... Read More

 
Netflix to Release Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Sequel

Netflix to Release Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Sequel

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Netflix continues its expansion into content creation - this time, moving beyond TV and into feature films. The streaming king will partner with The Weinstein Company to produce a sequel to the film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. The film will... Read More

 
The Incredible Shrinking Release Date

The Incredible Shrinking Release Date

By Brandon Eberhart

 

Remember when you had to wait a year for a home video release? Today, release windows have shrunk to almost no time at all, and Brandon Eberhart wonders if this is good or bad for the movie industry. Read More