These days, there are a lot of high-quality, well-regarded films that skip a theatrical release and go straight to on-demand and/or a streaming service. We don’t tend to automatically write off films that make their debut “at home” rather than in a theater anymore. However, there was a time when it was assumed that a movie that didn’t make a stop in the theaters first before coming to a home format simply wasn’t good enough.
The ’90s saw the first major introduction of “direct-to-video” movies, often abbreviated as DTV. The results were all over the map, with the average DTV title definitely lacking in budget and overall quality. Still, there were a …
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