Spook Central includes commentary with Ivan Reitman, Harold Ramis, and Joe Medjuck; ten deleted scenes under the clever heading Scene Cemetery; a nine-minute 1984 Featurette; and an 11-minute cast and crew featurette. There are four offerings under Special Effects: a 15-minute SFX Team Featurette; Special Effects Before & After with Multi-Angle, which gives you the option of comparing the rough cut of three scenes in the film before and after the final effects were added; production photos; and conceptual drawings. There are also 12 storyboards in the Ghostly Gallery and three film-to-storyboard split scene comparisons.
When the bewitching Dana Barrett (Weaver) discovers that her refrigerator has suddenly become a portal into the spiritual dimension, a quartet of paranormal investigators (Murray, Aykroyd, Ramis & Hudson) known as the Ghostbusters race into action. Eventually the entire city of New York is under siege from the evil Zuul and his slimey cohorts.
This new 2.38:1 DVD release exhibits a very similar picture when compared to the previous release, with the exception that it appears slightly brighter. Colors are well balanced and nicely saturated, though a bit dated. As with the previous DVD, the source element used for the transfer is revealing of flecks of dirt and film grain. Images can have a soft appearance, though details and definition can be satisfying. This DVD should not disappoint, even though by today
With dialogue spread across each of the front three screen channels, the Dolby
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