From the highly regarded Italian horror/thriller director Mario Bava, who brought us such unique films as Black Sunday and Shock, comes the lurid thriller The Girl Who Knew Too Much. Nora Davis (Rom
The fact that this disc is anamorphically enhanced is a nice effort by Image Entertainment. Sometimes the windowboxed 1.66:1 picture can look quite nice with good detail. However, for the most part, detail and definition are wanting, with images appearing slightly smeared, and lacking in the darker scenes. Overall, the black-and-white picture is highly contrasted, with little gradation between deep blacks and bright whites. It seems likely that this film has never looked better, as source element artifacts are minimal. (Suzanne Hodges)
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