A lot has changed since the 1990s.
We’ve all had our own personalised cinema, and now it’s the 21st century.
We are all familiar with the new-fangled streaming service, but we still know how to use a DVD to watch a movie, or what to watch with our phones.
We have access to all the same movies and TV shows, but at least the experience is different.
But what about movies from the 70s?
And how do we find them?
It’s a question I often get asked, but it’s a tough one to answer.
So I thought I’d take a look at some of the movies that were released in the 70.
And then what I thought would be a bit of a challenge was, when I started looking for the 70’s movies, I found that the majority of them were still out there somewhere.
So how do you find them if you don’t own a home cinema?
And what if you’re a collector?
We all know that 70s movies are hard to find, but how do they make it onto Blu-ray?
Well, you’ve got to start with a bit more than just the cinema, as there are plenty of other sources of material that you can look to.
And the more that you know about the 70 years, the better your chances are.
If you’re into the original ’80s films and the 80s ’90s, or the 90s ’00s, then you’ve been through a rough patch.
You might even be a little stuck in the 80’s.
You’re not a huge fan of 80s nostalgia either, but if you were in that decade you can enjoy it on Blu-rays.
If not, there are a few options.
First, if you do own a TV, you can find some great films to see on it.
The likes of A Few Good Men, The Goonies and The Big Lebowski are great examples of films that you’ll enjoy.
But if you’ve never had a home-built box, you may not be able to enjoy the same films.
You can find them on eBay and Amazon, but the majority are usually only available on VHS or DVD.
You may also be able find some older Blu-Rays that were actually made by a home film-maker or a studio.
But don’t get your hopes up, these are all rare and will never be as good as the films you see on film today.
If your budget is around £250, you might be able pick up a DVD of The Big Bopper or A Few Bad Guys for a few pounds.
But these aren’t as good films as the 70′s and 80′s, and they’ll never be the same.
So the next step is to find out how you can get hold of some of these films.
If there are any films that have been lost or never made, you’ll want to check out these sites to find them.
For the most part, they’ll have a database of old titles, but there are always a few that you may miss out on.
You should also check the website of a home video or DVD maker for their archive of some older films.
There are also a number of independent sites that are able to stock some of their old titles.
This is a good way to start if you want to see some of your favourites, as these films have not been officially released yet.
If the title doesn’t look like it belongs on a Blu-Ray disc, you’re in luck.
You’ll want the best quality possible from the source material.
There’s a lot of great movies out there on Blu Ray, and if you search hard enough, you should find something for you.
It’s all about finding what works and what doesn’t.
And if you find a movie that you think is perfect, then I highly recommend it.
Just make sure you take your time and enjoy yourself.
You never know what you might find in there.