After dropping his broken down car off at a nearly-deserted town
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD appears to be the same transfer as the previously issued DVD. The picture is stylized with a gritty appearance, and is revealing of film grain throughout. Overall, images are sharp, with fine details. Definition is nicely rendered throughout. Colors are rich and bold, with vivid hues and deep blacks, though fleshtones can seem a bit reddish at times. Edge enhancement and pixelization are noticed, but are not terribly obtrusive. Minor aliasing problems are apparent on occasion. (Suzanne Hodges)
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