Bram Stoker's Dracula 4k remastered blu-ray

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  1. thing

    thing Well-Known Member

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    Looks great, I decided to pick up the German release that is almost identical and region free.. reviewed below for those interested.

     
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    Amazon has a deal of the day on a few Supreme Cinema Series blu ray including Bram Stoker's Dracula - 14.99 is the lowest I have ever seen these. Has Dolby Atmos for anyone that can actually take advantage of that.

    I guess it was remastered in 4k as well:

    http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/24260/bramstokersdracula2.html
     
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    Bumping just in case anyone missed the post about the sale that ends tonight
     
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    I got it from Best Buy last week for $2.99. Think it was a pricing glitch. I didn't expect them to ship it, but they did.
     
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    Wow - that would be nice for 2.99! I went ahead and ordered The Professional, Fifth Element and Bram Stoker's Dracula.
     
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    X-human I ate my keys

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    I'm guessing all are imminent for an UHD announcement.
     
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    I watched the blu-ray today and it was a very nice transfer. The last time I saw this film was when it first played in the theater. I'll dig into the extras this weekend. Coppola did a good job with the coloring in the film and some of camera work reminded me of Evil Dead.
     
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    Can anyone here tell me if this movie has always looked grainy and poor? It looks almost identical to my Boogens blu ray. It looks pretty rough not sure if that was the way it was filmed. On my standard 1080p TV it looks decent. On my 4k TV it looks like shit. :confused: wtf?
     

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