The stars have multiplied as the sequel to Tim Burton
The DVD appears to have been mastered from a new transfer since reviewed in Issue 1. Images are dramatically sharper and more detailed, even more so in the DVD anamorphic widescreen format. The dark foreboding night scenes are perfectly contrasted with the superb detail in the shadows which highlights Bo Welch
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