Digital Noise Ep 102: Robo-Richard


Chris and Richard have their way with your earholes this week (ew, sorry) as they take on a delicious repast of home release titles, so tasty in fact that it took no small amount of discussion pre-cast to decide which of them to make their pick of the week. Add to that one of our best giveaways EVAR and you have one helluva Digital Noise episode.

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Dog Soldiers Bluray Review   It Follows Bluray Review   The Unwanted Bluray Review

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Reckless DVD Review   Killers Bluray Review   King of the Gypsies Bluray Review

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Clouds of Sils Maria DVD Review   The Salt of the Earth Bluray Review   Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Bluray Review

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JLA Gods and Monsters Bluray Review   Ex Machina Bluray Review

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13 thoughts on “Digital Noise Ep 102: Robo-Richard”

  1. Hey Richard, see Episode 4 after watching the prequel trilogy. Because when I did that, I was realized that the prequel trilogy was bad.

  2. You're Not My Supervisor

    It follows isn’t his first movie. He did the myth of the american sleepover before this.

  3. OHHHHHHH Richard giving some love to the Mothman Prophecies! This makes 2 of us who enjoyed it… and probably only 2 of us…

  4. And I just got to the end of the episode and Richard likes both versions of Solaris? My man! I think I may have found the guy I can listen to about just about any film. (Richard can you make that a cashier’s check?)

  5. I’m glad you guys got to Dog Soldiers. I’ve been waiting to hear you guys talk about it for a while. While not my first Scream Factory Blu-Ray, this was the first I pre-ordered. I got it two weeks early, I got it with the poster and was all set to watch it because I knew of it but never had the chance to see it. I put it in and I really liked the movie. I went to the special features and as they’re talking about the film they show clips…and the clips looked WAAAAAY different in video quality.

    The blu-ray had this grainy atmospheric quality while the clips from the special features were clear and bright. I was confused. I actually thought something was wrong with my blu-ray like it was defective or something. Oddly enough, I was relieved to know that the blu-ray is how Marshall wanted the film to look. It’s not a huge deal.

    I have the blu-ray and the DVD and I’m glad I gave this movie a shot.

  6. Clouds of Sils Maria wasn’t good at all. Assayas’ last couple movies have been so limp, which is a shame because for a while he was a really exciting filmmaker.

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