Action is a popular film genre that typically features the likes of violence, extended fight scenes, incredible physical feats and mind-blowing car chases. These films tend to focus around a singular hero struggling against the odds, which often include a number of life-threatening situations, in pursuit of the villain.
Remakes are all the rage nowadays. With the likes of Disney churning out remake after remake of their classic films, it feels like original films are few and far between.
But is this necessarily a bad thing? Whilst remakes can often get a bad reputation for “ruining” the original by taking away the nostalgia and missing the entire feel of what made the original so great in the first place, some remakes knock it out of the ballpark.
More than a hundred years ago history was made – humanity’s first moments were captured on film. The oldest surviving film in existence dates back to 1888, and in the 131 years since, film making has made incredible strides.
Comedy is one of the most popular and prolific of film genres; for as long as there have been films, there has been comedy. Aside from making people split their sides with laughter, comedy films have also been about a lot more than what we get at face value. They often act as a vehicle for social and cultural commentary, they reflect aspects of society and put the spotlight on social issues that are important, but in a way that means we can all have a good laugh.
Once upon a time, cine film was the primary way to watch films. Families would gather together around the projector to watch the grainy footage of their lives as it flickered and jutted in front of their eyes. Whilst these memories may no doubt bring back wonderful feelings of nostalgia for some, it is no surprise that technology has long since moved past this, and for very good reasons.
There’s nothing quite like taking a long walk down memory lane. But while for many, watching old home movies might just be a way of killing a few hours, for others, it’s sure to bring up many different emotions.
This, of course, is one of the things that makes stepping back into the past such an amazing experience. If you’re about to restore your old videos by transferring them from cine to DVD, here are four feelings that you’ll probably be overcome with.
Don’t be shocked if you’re overcome with the sudden impulse to dig up your old home movies this Christmas. After all, most people constantly have a niggling itch to take a walk down memory lane – it’s just that this urge tends to come right to the forefront during the festive season!
Fortunately, you can watch all your home movies before and after the holidays if you transfer your cine to DVD. Here are three ways you’ll no doubt find yourself triggered to do this over Christmas.
Everyone knows the new Star Wars film is on the way, but what about other great family films you can look forward to seeing this Christmas? Here’s our top five!
Although we still have a few months left of 2017, 2018 will be here before we know it! Every year, the film industry releases blockbuster smashes and next year will be no different. At Cine2DVD Transfer, we want to share our excitement for what is ahead, here are five of some of the most anticipated films of 2018! Continue reading
Horror is a great genre: you typically either love horror films or you hate them. Their aim is to terrify the audience and get as big a reaction as possible. The fear factor plays a huge role in the success of horrors with some doing this perfectly, like the Paranormal Activity franchise.
For some of us, watching a great horror film can be our guilty pleasure. Here are seven horror films still to come out in cinemas in 2017 – are you brave enough to go and watch them? Continue reading