On Mon, 20 Sep 2021 19:43:05 -0500, Lynn McGuire
Post by Lynn McGuire Post by Dimensional Traveler Post by Lynn McGuire
Even Tom Hanks is releasing an apocalyptic movie. "Tom Hanks Sci-Fi
Movie Finch From Game of Thrones Director Releases First Trailer"
"Hanks is the survivor of an apocalypse with his trusty dog and robot in
this Apple TV+ film from director Miguel Sapochnik."
I may have to get an Apple TV subscription after all.
I've been avoiding doing so, but they're going to have
'Foundation', and have already run an alt-hist series with Russia
winning the Moon Race.
I'm going to resist. If _Foundation_ turns out to be really
really good, people here will tell me, and I'll buy the DVDs.
Many streaming shows will never be available on disc.
Yup, the DVD / BlueRay market is going away.
If you say so.
I'm surprised the DVD market didn't "go away" years ago.
And yet there are very few films I've had to purchase on BD because
that was all I could find -- on Amazon.
As opposed to "bought on BD because the DVD cost more", which are also
pretty rare -- on Amazon.
That said, during the Great Heat Bubble I realized that a subscription
to a streaming service, one allowing me to just select and watch
without making an explicit purchase, would have been /most/ handy.
"I begin to envy Petronius."
"I have envied him long since."