The One And Only Dean Martin!

I’m sure you have heard of the “Rat Pack” of the 1960’s. The one member my dad like the best. Is the same one I ended up liking the best also…Dean Martin!

3D TV – Where It Came From, Where It’s Going

Sir Charles Dudeman who in 1833 first came up with the idea of presenting slightly different images to the two eyes using a device he called a reflecting mirror stereoscope. He showed that the two images are combined in the brain to produce 3-D depth perception. This was basically the birth of the 3D revolution. In 1935 the first 3D color movie came along. 2009 television stations started airing 3D serials based on the same technology as 3D movies. Now video games utilize 3D TVs as a new way to play games. And finally, 3D TVs for in home use have hit the market. The new revolution of TVs that bring home entertainment to a whole new level.

1920’s Films – Early Production and The Introduction of Sound

The 1920’s was a very notable era in film making primarily due to the transition from silent films to “talkies.” The technology of synchronized sound was introduced in 1927 with the film debut of “The Jazz Singer,” starring Al Jolsen, and the motion picture industry would never be the same again.

Rankin And Bass And Snow Forts

It seemed like in the 1960s winter snow was plentiful. Built up from driveway plowing or roof top shoveling we had heaps of the cold, white, compact snow. At times snow as high as the roof eaves.

Satellite TV Favorite “Big Love” Comes to an End

The often controversial but overall popular satellite TV series on the HBO network “Big Love,” it seems, will be coming to a close. In this, it’s recently begun fifth season, fans are hoping to find all the answers to the lingering story lines they’ve been puzzling over for many years. The show has inspired reality spin offs, and generally increased overall curiosity amongst the public as to exactly how polygamy exists in a modern society built upon monogamy. While the show may be quite popular based on its entertainment value, at the same time it has been criticized by many people who stand against the practice of polygamy. Why? Well, according to the critics it’s just not realistic.

Satellite TV Takes on World AIDS Day

In the world of popular culture it can seem like anything goes in and out of vogue. Different music, fashion and hairstyles are popping up on satellite TV every day. Some people find these changing trends exhilarating, while others find them exhausting. Other trends might be a little more bizarre, but with a little inspection can seen to be there. An example is the trends that happen when it comes to coverage of disease and death. When HIV and AIDS first began to appear and really spread throughout the United States it became a hot topic in the media, amongst celebrities, in music, and even on the stage. The 1980s saw a generation decimated by the disease, and as such the media got right on board. Today, however, people are more concerned with short lived but serious diseases like “Bird Flu” or “Swine Flu.” Even these are still out there killing people, it’s just that the media has grown bored and the hysteria has died down. The same is true of the HIV and AIDS epidemic.

Satellite TV for the Best Romantic Comedies of All Time

When you sit down to watch a romantic comedy, you probably think about the new releases that you keep hearing about or seeing previews for. But you don’t always want to watch a new release when you are looking for a good movie to pass the time with. If you have satellite TV in your Illinois home, you can watch some of the best romantic comedies of all time as they come on the multiple movie channels available to you.

Recreating the Movie Theater Experience in Your Living Room With Satellite TV

The movie has been selected, the popcorn has been popped, and the blankets and pillows are ready on the couch. You and your friends are ready for your weekly weekend movie nights in your own home. Rather than spend the high costs of going out frequently to the movie theater, by subscribing to satellite television and watching movies at home, you can enjoy newly-released movies in the comfort of your own living room. Given the state of the national economy, many people have needed to cut back on their budget and certain spending. Thus, by doing this, you can save some money without sacrificing on the viewing quality of the movie theater experience.

Justin Bieber Never Say Never Movie

Justin Bieber’s Never Say Never movie will appear in theaters nationwide on February 11, 2011. It will be released in 3-D and include footage from his performances last summer in Nashville and Madison Square Garden. This feature length documentary chronicles the young star’s life and sends an inspiring message to his fans never to give up.

A Tale of Two Hepburns: The First Lady of Cinema and the Elf

One Saturday afternoon, I was loitering in the local Shopping Mall after purchasing a pair of Adidas tennis shoes, as I still had time to spare. The last time I made a purchase was 5 months ago, when I bought a pair of leather shoes at a Sunday flea market during my short stay in Wales, somewhere near Cardiff. I subsequently joined a Pembrokeshire Holidays tour too.

The Future of Video Production

Video production and digital film is still very much in its infancy. However there are certain films coming through now which show how low budget film making doesn’t have to be made to look low budget. Films like ‘Finding Fatima,’ which was made for less than GBP 5k and look as though it was made for GBP 500k are why digital video production is at such a pivotal stage.

The First Ever Movie Made

Movie becomes a part of our culture. It is what we do to kill time. While it is debatable, Roundhay Garden Scene is the first movie on record. It is the oldest surviving movie that was made in 1888 by Louis Le Prince, an inventor. The movie was 2 seconds long and moved twelve frames in a second. The movie was shot in a garden and featured Louis’ son, Joseph Whitley, Sarah Whitley and Harriet Whitley laughing and having fun in the garden of the Whitley home.