A word of warning: do not watch Bride Of Re-Animator while eating lunch. It
The 1.82:1 DVD is not anamorphically enhanced. The transfer is sourced from a print, with images rather soft in appearance, even the opening titles. The picture has a pasty, unnatural quality with colors that appear washed out in the brighter scenes. Yellow is a prominent hue in fleshtone rendering. Clarity is wanting, as colors tend to bleed. Film grain is revealed, but artifacts and aliasing problems can be distracting. Even though the picture is nothing impressive, the special features make it a fun DVD to own.
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