Now that I've had the opportunity to watch the Scream Factory Blu... The film has NEVER looked better. The clarity is breathtaking - the forest is nice and rich with vibrant colors and detail. The night scenes were what I was worrying about the most, but I was in complete awe... you can see that Scream Factory has gone to great lengths to do the film justice. The black levels are top notch, so no need to worry about any black crush. The creature effects (for better or worse) were crisp and clean with enough natural film grain to keep from being "muddy" or blurred.
The sound is nice and dynamic - Leonard Roseman's creepy cinematic score is utilized very well. All the dialogue is clear and consistent as well. I noticed some subtle forest sounds that weren't present in any other release I've seen of the film.
This could have easily been branded a "Collector's Edition" from Scream Factory - There were some hefty interviews with some key players, both on screen and behind the scenes. It was so nice to listen to everyone speak candidly on the production of the film - Also included are some very neat Radio Spots, Original Theatrical Trailer, and a photo gallery. (Not to toot my own horn - but one of my very own photo edits that I had restored about a year back even made it into the gallery as well!) Thank you Scream Factory for doing the film justice with this spectacular release of a film that's near and dear to my heart.
3 days ago
#thomasharris é mais conhecido por seus livros com o canibal Hannibal Lecter, mas seu primeiro romance foi " Black Sunday", suspense de ação que virou um ótimo filme de #johnfrankenheimer