I get it. There are massive licensing issues that prevent public cinema screenings of the Digital Theatre release of The Crucible starring Richard Armitage. I really do get it, and I have been trying to be extra, extra patient. But desperate times lead to desperate measures…To channel my impatience, I’ve begun to craft a plan by which I will can almost replicate a cinema experience privately. I’ve spotted out a familiar space:
It’s not quite as big as an actual movie screen, but it is definitely about 20 times the size of my biggest TV screen. Even better, our new, 5000 lumens projector is due to be installed any day…if you look closely, you can see it hiding in boxes at the bottom center of the image. If I can get my
minions...um…I mean my fellow committee members in line, we should have the CAT 6 wiring pulled to establish a nice, steady and secure Ethernet connection. We also have a recent sound upgrade which will give me surround sound.
Looks like I’m pretty much set, but it seems like something is still missing…now what was it? Oh, that’s right….I still need the #%$@* main event! If I were a betting person, I’d guess North America won’t see a digital download until the cinema screenings run their course…April? May? Who can say? Until then though…
I’ll keep the popcorn popper on standby…anybody with me? (BYOS – bring your own sweater…it’s kinda frosty in there after hours!)