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THEATRICAL & STREAMING MOVIE REVIEWS

Netflix Original: Rebecca (Movie Review)

While this new version of 'Rebecca' is a fairly faithful adaptation of the du Maurier novel, it conveys very little of the Gothic horror that made the original film so completely chilling.

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Streaming TV Series Reviews

Netflix Original: The Queen’s Gambit (TV Series Review)

A brilliant adaptation of Walter Tevis's novel about a troubled young chess genius who blazes international trails for women.

Netflix Original: Emily in Paris (TV Series Review)

A bubbly romantic-dramedy finds a young American woman who doesn't speak French joining a Parisian marketing firm and learning the language and culture as she goes along.

Hulu Original: Monsterland (TV Series Review)

A new horror anthology series from Hulu that probes the human condition, runs the gamut of emotions, and shows how love and loss can affect people for years.

Gear Reviews

Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Carbon Edition Headphones (Gear Review)

Bowers & Wilkins hit the headphone market with smart-looking wireless headphones that sound as good as they look.

Bowers & Wilkins Launches PX7 Carbon Edition Wireless Headphones

If you love quality headphones you might want to check out these new B&W wireless cans.

Sennheiser launches CX 400BT True Wireless

Sennheiser launches their stylish, minimalist, and perfectly balanced CX 400BT True Wireless earbuds September 15

Music Reviews

Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia/Capella Romana (Blu-ray Audio Review)

'Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia' will transport listeners to a unique sound environment that was created 1500 years ago.

Gov’t Mule — Bring on the Music — Live at the Capitol Theater (Review)

Gov't Mule releases a rollicking live concert film and 2-CD live album that shows they can still jam hard after twenty-five-years.

Tony Bennett & Diana Krall: Love Is Here To Stay (TheaterByte High-Resolution Download Review)

An absolute must for those who understand the value of collegiality and super musical talent

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