I also don’t like to give away anything in movie reviews. So if you click to the next page, the first part will be a spoiler free paragraph on what I think. Then the trailer. Below the trailer THERE BE SPOILERS. You are warned!
I’m a big fan of Death Cab. I’ve got all their albums, yadda yadda, and several of them are among my favorites of all time (Plans is masterful). So you’d think I’d have been impatiently awaiting the March 31st release of their new album.
Except… I didn’t buy it until last week.
Why? I’m a terrible music reviewer, and not paying attention to new releases isn’t even top 5 why.
Except, I say that, and even I have to admit (bile rising) the prequels are canon.
For a lot of people, this will be the first chance to re-watch the films, having bypassed the Blu-rays, or perhaps even lack a Blu-ray player. So what’s the best way to watch them? Or, perhaps you want to show someone the second (first?) best fantasy series of all time who hasn’t seen it before.
Turns out, there is a best way. It’s called The Machete Order.
AT A GLANCE Plus
Line array is audio perfection
Incredible smart-home features
Design is a little common
Adds red tint to images
The Lirpa Labs MZ1-949r soundbar offers a new level of features and sound that everyone will love.
A few years ago, we reviewed the Lirpa Labs 1776, a speaker unlike any other, and a true statement in the audio world. Sadly, despite critical acclaim—it was widely considered to be the best speaker of all time—the 1776 was a commercial failure. Lirpa Labs held on briefly, with some, shall we say, “eccentric” headphones, but the company was nearly bankrupt. An ill-advised and poorly implemented app was a step too far.