Bright Side Home Theater

The Home Theater Podcast That's All About The Experiences
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Bright Side Home Theater is hosted by DJ and produced by DJ. Support us on Patreon. Get in touch with us via Twitter, @brightsideht, by sending us an e-mail.

Bright Side Home Theater has released 98 episodes since launching on Oct 10, 2019

This week DJ breaks down the action thriller Atomic Blonde in 4K  for the Home Theater.  Also, wedged in there with Listener Comments and Scenes of the week, DJ's Spoiler Free initial impressions of The Snyder Cut.  A jam packed show this week so just Push Play and enjoy...

PODCAST Time Stamps
  • Movies and Scenes- 7:04 
  • Listener Comments- 9:33
  • Snyder Cut SPOILER FREE- 23:24
  • Two Towers Trailer- 29:48 
  • Spoiler Free Comments- 32:58
  • Scene Reviews- 38:35

This week DJ gets back into the Lord of the Rings 4K Extended Edition Set and breaks down The Two Towers part ONE.  Also Listener comments, Movies & Scenes and more Home Theater fun. 

Time Stamps

  • Movies and Scenes- 3:25 
  • Listener Comments- 5:28 
  • Two Towers Trailer- 12:15 
  • Spoiler Free Comments- 15:25 
  • Scene Reviews- 19:55

DJ is joined again by Tom Andry of AV Rant & AV Gadgets website and this time they talk about the expected differences between the upcoming Snyder Cut and Joss Whedon's Justice League.  Opinions and tangents GALORE!  

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A lot of fun and exciting stuff in this weeks Podcast!  DJ has some new and exciting Bright Side Home Theater news.  He goes on a little bit of a rant.  He points out a contradiction that is actually 100% accurate. And of course DJ breaks down the latest giant monster movie in our countdown to Godzilla vs Kong.  

This week DJ sits down again with Ara Derderian of the HTguys Podcast.  Ara and DJ comment on the listener questions and comments as well as talk about this weeks Featured Theater the Collins Starlight Theater.  Then they just have a fun time hanging out and discussing some of the important Home Theater questions we all have...  
Do you need to calibrate your TV?  Do you need to calibrate your speakers?  If so, why?  Should it be done professionally?  Why and why not?  Do we need 8K over 4K?  What is more important, 4K or HDR?  Why did we open the car door for our wives/girlfriends?  All of that and more and believe it or not all you need to do is Push Play...

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