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Seen in HD 44 – The Force is Blu, cable prices, Hot Tub Time Machine review



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Here’s the rundown of this week’s show:

Star Wars officially announced for Blu-ray in 2011. How will it look? We speculate. NY Times

How much should you pay for HDMI cables? Certainly not $229.99. HD Guru

Are recent comments from James Cameron reason for fans of the “Alien” movies to worry about the upcoming Blu-ray release’s image quality?  – High Def Digest

HBO not going Netflix, launcing iPad service – Mashable

Warner’s DVD2Blu service adds TV shows – Home Media MagazineDVD2Blu


Kane and Lynch 2 gets reviewed by Matt. Also, Sony ups the hard drive space on the PS3 and intros disc-less Netflix.


Blu-ray revenue and market share finally make a small resurgence with the first positive revenue change in a month and best market share since June 20. On the sales front, Date Night takes the top spot in both charts.

Blu-ray salesCombined DVD/Blu-ray sales

Blu-ray Review Hot Tub Time Machine | review

Vitals: MPEG-4 AVC, 1.85:1 aspect ratio, DTS HD Master Audio 5.1, Digital Copy

What we’ve seen/are watching

  • Geek Tonic’s listings tell us we should get outside and enjoy the final weeks of summer, because there ain’t much on.
  • Things aren’t much different in the HD Sportsman. If not for the Little League World Series, it would be the lightest week that we can recall.

Blu-ray deals/Releases

The Blu-ray releases for August 24 are bad, but we really only need to make it one more week before things start to pick up heading into fall. We can make it!

On the deals front:

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