Includes an interview with star Julian Sands, a behind-the-scenes featurette, photo gallery, filmographies, Fangoria article, and the theatrical and video trailers. Be patient, these are the slowest reacting menus ever!
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD picture can be quite dark and undefined. Viewing must take place in a completely blackened room. Perhaps the dark character is appropriate for the content, but contrast is a bit low. Images can be sharp with nicely rendered detail, though some scenes are very soft. The generally well-balanced colors are rich, with deep blacks that support the style of the late 1800
Reason #14 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
Well, I spent most of my young years in the military (U.S. Ranger). My father really got me going in home theatre gear. There’s nothing like getting a good movie on DVD, turning on my HDTV, my Sony a/v receiver, and sitting down for good quality entertainment. I still enjoy the articles and reviews you give me. Please keep doing a great job. I look forward to the next issue.