It helps to know quality when you see it.
The world of physical media and home video can be confusing … and expensive. Thankfully, the Post-Geek Singularity has Imagination Connoisseurs like Jeffrey Mao to help explain what to look (and listen) for when it comes to curating a great, home video experience.
Appreciating Quentin Tarantino’s oeuvre
Long-time Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao (aka The Chairman), shares his appreciation of the collected works of film director Quentin Tarantino.
Why TO CATCH A THIEF is a great escape
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, provides his review of the Hitchcock classic, TO CATCH A THIEF, and explains why it’s an American Cinematic Masterpiece worth putting on the shelf in anyone’s home video collection.
The Chairman is over the moon about JOHN CARTER
Long-time Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, writes in with his thoughts after viewing the under-appreciated adventure film: JOHN CARTER (known by pulp fiction fans as JOHN CARTER OF MARS).
THE HUNGER leaves this connoisseur wanting more.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, takes a savage bite out of 1983’s THE HUNGER, directed by Tony Scott.