I had first accidentally stumbled upon this movie several years ago late one night on Showtime. Within an instant, I fell in love with it's atrocious acting, crappy dialogue, and sleazy nudity. EVIL TOONS is truly, as far as I'm concerned, a modern classic in cult/trash cinema. Thus, it seemed only appropriate to own this title on DVD. IMAGE 2.5/5 The transfer is presented non-anamorphic at 1.85:1 and is rather disappointing. Given the fact that the budget was very low, there is moderate grain throughout the film and it is very soft. There are tons on speckles and scratches that pop up a lot and some heavy edge enhancement. The whole image itself is somewhat a little too dark and their is some noise throughout. Black levels and colors are still a little pale, but are a bit more refined than the old laserdisc. Finally, comparing stills with identical ones in Dave's LD review, it's apparent that this is a full screen transfer that is matted to widescreen. We lose a great deal of information on the top and bottom of the screen. AUDIO 2.5/5 I don't mean to be so harsh but the audio hear is also pretty disappointing. It's presented in Dolby Digital 2.0 and throughout the entire film there is a hissing sound and also a few pops from time to time. The dialogue is a little to low and has to be turned up if you want to hear it clearly. EXTRAS 3/5 Here we get the film's trailer, along with two other films, a documentary on the making of the film with one funny outtake, a still slideshow, and Nite Owl Theater which is a little short on Fred Olen Ray.