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WSR Detailed DVD Review
Heavy Metal 2000
Genre: Animation For Adults
Reviewed In Issue 69 (Feb 2003) Of Widescreen Review®
The Voice Talents of Julie Strain Eastman, Billy Idol, Michael Ironside, Pierre Khol, Sonja Ball, Brady Moffatt, Rick Jones, Arthur Holden, Alan Fawcett, Jane Woods, Elizabeth Robertson, Luis de Cespedes, Terry Scammell & Vlasta Vrana
"Heavy Metal 2000" recreates the feel of the original cult classic with an updated look for the new millennium. The peaceful planet Eden has been destroyed by space pirate Tyler (Ironside) after he gets his hands on the key to the chamber of immortality. Upon leaving the ravaged planet, he takes a beautiful young woman with him and is determined to cut down anyone who dares to stop his quest for domination. What he hasn
The animated and anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 Superbit picture exhibits a noticeably cleaner picture, lacking compression problems on the previous version. Edge enhancement is still apparent, but does not seem quite as glaring. Images are sharp and finely detailed throughout. The animated colors are rich, with full saturation and excellent dimension. Still, there is some film grain noticed, but its presence is not nearly as bothersome as with the previous release. Overall, the picture is quite satsifying. (Suzanne Hodges)
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