Monthly Archives: March 2014

Cinema One and the Red Dot Award


We are honored to announce that Cinema One has won the highly coveted Red Dot Award for Best Product Design. The Red Dot Award is one of the world’s most prestigious design awards, given for aesthetic forms, well thought-out innovations and

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Desolation of Smaug: The Journey of the Hobbit


Way back when they told Peter Jackson he could NEVER make three films at once, it was daring to prove them wrong. Jackson went boldly forward where no director had quite gone before and made The Lord of the Rings. The three films

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Let’s Dance!


This week we are celebrating dance movies on the Kaleidescape Store by holding a Collector’s Promotion on the “Let’s Dance!” collection. Here’s a look at three favorites. Gold Diggers of 1933 It would be impossible to have a dance collection

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We talk a lot about how Kaleidescape is great for movie collectors, film buffs and A/V aficionados, but there’s a whole other demographic that our products are great for—kids. If there’s one thing to miss about your old VHS tapes

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Pi (Lionsgate, 1998)


It’s Pi Day! Otherwise known as March 14th or 3.14 or 3.14159 or Π or… It’s a real thing—Wikipedia says so! Pi also happens to be an incredible movie that we would like to recommend. The first time I watched Black

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (Lionsgate, 2013)


In the second installment of The Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) becomes an icon of rebellion in the districts while attracting unwanted attention from President Snow (Donald Sutherland). Forced to embark on a victor’s tour with Peeta (Josh Hutcherson),

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Cult Fan Favorites


This week we are running a Collector’s Promotion on our Cult Fan Favorites Collection. What is a “cult movie” anyway? For me, a cult movie is one that, even though it might not have great acting, superb special effects, or

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Ken Russell—The Director That Was Bigger Than Life Itself


Ken Russell was a director like no other. Known among the cult film world for The Who’s Tommy and its follow up with Roger Daltrey—Lisztomania, he was universally loved or hated due to his special knack for over-indulgence and controversial

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