Month: April 2002

Studios Announce Partnership To Bring Digital Technology To Theatres

7 major studios announced yesterday that they would form a partnership to streamline the acceptance of Digital technology in the Theatre Exhibition industry.

Happy Birth Day April & EyeCraveDVD.com

Woops! It slipped my mind that the site turned ONE on Monday. Perhaps it’s because I was too busy celebrating with EyeCraveDVD.com’s Editor In Chief, April. Not only is April a part of the EyeCraveDVD team she is also my wonderful wife. So, I don’t really have to wish her a Happy B-Day here. :)I guess I should do a year in review. But hey! Who really reads that stuff anyway? I also for...[Read More]

Pan, Darko, and Riding In Cars DVDs Reviewed

It’s been a long time coming, but alas, I have completed converting some reviews. Holidays, site re-design and life have been keeping me a little busy. We’ve brought on a few new reviewers and hope to have some new features up and running soon. Here are the new titles that have been reviewed: Peter Pan: SE Donnie Darko Riding In Cars With Boys: SE

“The One” On DVD

Jet Li’s latest American martial arts action flick, The One, hit DVD a few weeks back and thanks to Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment we’ve were lucky enough to sit down and have a look at it. “The One is a fantastic DVD and a great movie that I will definitely watch again and again. Thankfully,…” – Shane

Blade 2 Reviewed

Axel H tells us what he thought of Blade 2. “Excellent effects and action, coupled with some truly scary movie monsters.” – Axel H

Terminator 3 !! Tarantino’s Kill Bill!! Rob Zombie!!

All the news that\’s new and improved………. Casting….. New projects…… Release dates Extra! Extra! Read all about it!!

Panic Room Dominates Box Office

Jodi Foster’s new flick, Panic Room takes top spot over the holiday weekend. It’s followed up by the latest CG animated film Ice Age, which remained in the same spot as last week. The Rookie debuted in third spot well Blade 2 fell three spots to fourth. Another newcomer also graced the top 5, Clockstoppers. Here’s how the rest played out.

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