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Trouble with the curve

Trouble with the curve

There's definitely a future for curved screens, but recent examples from Samsung and LG aren't it

Film Fanatic: Why you need a multi-region Blu-ray player

Film Fanatic: Why you need a multi-region Blu-ray player

The Blu-ray market is changing, and some studios are region-locking titles you can't afford to miss!

Point of View: Fear of the future

Point of View: Fear of the future

Does a cutting-edge toaster mark the beginning of the end for home cinema?

Film Fanatic: For the love of 3D

Film Fanatic: For the love of 3D

Or: How I learned to love stereoscopic home entertainment in all its guises...

Point of View: Sub-par TV sonics

Point of View: Sub-par TV sonics

Do consumers really expect good sound quality from their Smart TVs? And do they actually get it?

Digital Copy: Size is everything

Digital Copy: Size is everything

Thanks to Sharp, Mark Craven has decided that his current TV simply isn't big enough...

Film Fanatic: What's in a name?

Film Fanatic: What's in a name?

Did mishandled marketing doom sci-fi flop John Carter before it arrived on cinema screens?

Point of View: Lost in The Space

Point of View: Lost in The Space

Richard Stevenson contemplates the benefits of the BBC's new online arts venture

Digital Copy: Pro or DIY?

Digital Copy: Pro or DIY?

Mark Craven wonders whether it's worth saving up to go down the pro-install route

Point of View: The science of cinema

Point of View: The science of cinema

Is AV technology moving at such a speed that our eyes and ears can't keep up?

Digital Copy: Playing with power

Digital Copy: Playing with power

Mark Craven explains why a games console is his most cherished piece of AV tech

Point of View: Silence is golden? I don't think so...

Point of View: Silence is golden? I don't think so...

Richard Stevenson takes aim at The Artist and thinks his AV lifestyle could be in jeopardy

Film Fanatic: Guilty pleasures

Film Fanatic: Guilty pleasures

The Beek tries to come to terms with his unlikely love affair with Tron: Legacy

Point of View: Electronics economics

Point of View: Electronics economics

Richard Stevenson takes umbrage at some sweeping generalisations aimed at the AV market

Point of View: The bigger the better?

Point of View: The bigger the better?

Richard Stevenson remembers when home cinema kit was big and dumb. A lot like himself, actually...

Film Fanatic: Adults Only

Film Fanatic: Adults Only

Things are getting a little steamy as The Beek pays tribute to a late master of modern erotica

Point of View: If I were a rich man...

Point of View: If I were a rich man...

Would spending a million quid on a cinema system be worth it in performance terms?

Film Fanatic: The PM's Speech

Film Fanatic: The PM's Speech

David Cameron has got The Beek thinking about the best way to safeguard the UK film industry

Point of View: The future is in the palm of your hands

Point of View: The future is in the palm of your hands

Are smartphones and tablets the key to keeping big screen home cinema alive?

Film Fanatic: Russellomania!

Film Fanatic: Russellomania!

Why is The Beek having such a tough time tracking down Ken Russell's films in the UK?

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