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AVForums Podcast: Panasonic HZ1000/1500 OLED TV launch & Bristol Hi-Fi Show reports & more. 24/02/20

Phil Hinton

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00:00:00 - Start
00:00:24 - Did we survive the storms?
00:06:02 - Current Competitions
00:08:44 - Report from Panasonic Pinewood OLED & LCD TV launch
00:30:06 - Bristol Hi-Fi Show Report
00:53:49 - Film review: Color out of Space
00:59:00 - Cinema releases this week
01:04:09 - 4K & Blu-ray releases this week
01:07:06 - Streaming releases this week
01:12:22 - Our favourite natural disaster or storm based movies
01:25:15 - Goodbyes

Presented by Phil Hinton with Cas Harlow, Steve Withers, Mark Botwright and Ed Selley

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Evinger

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Day After Tomorrow & Twister are my guilty pleasures
And you CAN watch Day After Tomorrow, at least when it is massively hot in Germany, because I find it cooling! :)
 

mrmrh

Active Member
You guys missed Hurricane Heist!
I have to agree with Ed, Hard Rain is a fantastic movie, but I’m a sucker for anything with a lot of rain.
Oddly enough I still haven’t got around to watching The Day After Tomorrow, but I own a huge chunk of the others discussed.
 

Mr-Mixalot

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Respect Phil for giving 'The Rock' a mention, I love that film

My guilty pleasure alongside Predator
 

Evinger

Well-known Member
Respect Phil for giving 'The Rock' a mention, I love that film

My guilty pleasure alongside Predator
I could be wrong, but I thought Phil was on about the actor.

(And I unreservedly Love the Film The Rock as well - no guilt here! :) )
 

Jawy

Novice Member
Hi,

I would like to know if the HZ2000 offers a better day time viewing experience compared to HZ1000 because of the increased brightness of the panel?

Thanks!
 

Rockets

Active Member
Respect Phil for giving 'The Rock' a mention, I love that film

My guilty pleasure alongside Predator
I don't know if you can really say Predator is a guilty pleasure as it is a widely acclaimed film which was very well done.

The Rock for sure, we all know it's junk but we all watch it.
 

Evinger

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Steve Withers

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I'm prepared to defend The Rock (and Armageddon) against all-comers. I watched both again recently, and they remain masterpieces of blockbuster filmmaking.
 

Evinger

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I'm prepared to defend The Rock (and Armageddon) against all-comers. I watched both again recently, and they remain masterpieces of blockbuster filmmaking.
Thank you - I now have my double-header for Sunday :)
 

Evinger

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I would wager you would get more satisfaction out of 'Hell Drivers'. You even get Sean Connery in that at a level that suits him better. :p
Hell Drivers; wow! I need to watch that again soon - a great Movie for sure. And when you look at the cast list, it's like a Who's Who of the British Male Actors of the time.
Stanley Baker & Patrick McGoohan are perfect in it , and when you've got the original Doctor Who in a Movie, it cannot go wrong!

But I still really love Sir Connery's character in The Rock.
 

Toon Army

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Thanks gents, especially for the show reports. As for stacking 3 subs on top of each other, I don't think I could ever make a business case with the other half to go that far. Can't think of any more disaster movies worth a mention, but could list plenty of movies that were disasters.
 

Rockets

Active Member
Looking at the Bristol.

The Neat Ministra look like a interesting speaker design. I wonder if you guys will be getting them in for a review?

The monitor Audio Bronze range look huge now! (The pole opposite to the neat I mention but I guess the engineering in the Neat simply can not be done at the Bronze price point so they have to rely on the big box option).
 
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invisiblekid

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I'm prepared to defend The Rock (and Armageddon) against all-comers. I watched both again recently, and they remain masterpieces of blockbuster filmmaking.
The Rock? Oh yes. Armageddon? Oh no o_O
 

Evinger

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