the Big Picture With
it comes to on screen entertainment, leading movie house Columbia
TriStar, are the experts.
content with wowing audiences with films on cinema, video and more
recently on the revolutionary new DVD screens, they have extended their
movie wizardry to the computer screen. On
23 May 2000, Columbia TriStar Home Video’s upgraded website goes live
on the internet.
fanatic, web surfer or, just plain curious? Visit the Columbia TriStar
Home Video (CTHV) site at www.columbiatristarfilms.com.au
and you’ll not be disappointed.
colourful Home page, designed like a moving film reel is an indicator of
the visual and fascinating treat which visitors to the website have in
store for them. Three flashing “stars” denote the site’s three
categories of Videos to Buy, Videos to Rent and DVDs To
Buy. From this point on, it’s easy navigation to your chosen area
of movie interest.
integral feature of the site is the powerful in built search engine,
which enables you to search for movies, by title, star, year or genre. A
range of movies have the trailer streamed on site to give you a sneak
to know the latest releases of videos to buy, rent or DVD to purchase?
Each of these CTHV categories has its latest offering listed on their New
Releases page, complete with film synopsis and image. Want to know
where to get that hot new title? You can search by retailer name; suburb
or mearly enter your postcode to find the nearest stockist. Or you can
click right through to retailers’ websites from the links on the page.
for further navigation are a user-friendly characteristic of CTHV new
site. Surfers’ wanting to find out more about CTHV’s other DVD
titles can easily flick to the DVDUsergroup
website or join the Columbia’s
Classics Club for further information on those celluloid gems of
confident that whether you have the Columbia TriStar Home Video site
bookmarked as one of your favourites or you are exploring for the first
time, visitors will find the site a fascinating treasure trove of movie