You know, I finally watched the much-maligned Hell Night Blu last night, beginning to end. It really isn't as bad as people are saying, even if it's far from the best transfer I've seen on the Blu Ray format. The SD inserts, with the wonky frame rate were barely noticeable. And I was ok with the green lines and minor print damage. Not because of a "grindhouse" feel, but really ANY 30+ year old print is gonna have at least some damage. If a local theater was gonna show this print, or any 35mm print of Hell Night, I'd be there in a heartbeat (in fact, I specifically look at the New Beverly schedule the first of every month, hoping they'll show Quentin Tarantino's personal print of the film) and I wouldn't be expecting a pristine presentation. It's an improvement over the DVD. Not a light-year improvement, but an improvement nonetheless. If a better copy comes out in a few years, I'll be on that. But if not, I'm ok with this version.