With smarts, warmth, and humanity, this mystery that unfurls entirely on computer screens becomes an ode to the new digital lives we are all leading, from how we use our devices to what they say about us.
Because everything is scarier with video artifacts. And with slash marks. The typographic kind, that is.
What a great way to move merchandise: by admitting that some people couldn’t give a fig for your selling points.
A story on Cinematical over the weekend wrapped up the state of the decline of the VHS tape, with a particular emphasis on how many classic films are not available on DVD. Some of the commenters in response call out writer Peter Martin for ignoring DVD releases outside Region 1, and take issue with Martin’s … more…