A terrible night-long downpour blocks a road in a remote Nevada desert town, leading 10 strangers to a rundown motel. Among the guests is a former prostitute, an actress (DeMornay) and her chauffeur (Cusack), a pair of newlyweds, and a family in despair. Add a police detective with a man in his custody and the stage is set for murder. But the Identity of who
The anamorphically enhanced DVD, framed at 2.40:1, exhibits a picture that is sharp and nicely detailed, with fine facial details and clothing textures nicely rendered throughout. The color scheme is quite natural, with accurate fleshtones, rich blood reds, and deep blacks. With almost the entire movie taking place at night during a torrential rainstorm, contrast and shadow delineation are well balanced. Viewing in a completely blackened room is recommended to appreciate the visuals in the darkness. There are slight annoying halos noticed around objects throughout, though less-picky viewers aren
I enjoy the in-depth look at industry trends, informative and intelligent articles on emerging technologies, and of course, the new products in the Coming Soon…section. I like the fact that your magazine is not jammed packed with manufacturer’s marketing and sales ads. I understand having some but not as many as your competitor (HTM). I enjoy the movie reviews, which I found to be much more accurate than others (HTM). And lastly, I am a fellow Hungarian like Gary, heck we even share the same fascination for high-tech gadgets. I stopped by the booth at CES, unfortunately I missed him each time. Keep up the good work.