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Discussion in 'General' started by Shawn Francis, Jun 4, 2011.
Not to mention extras.
That & the version I have came with House II
Image another name for Echo Bridge?
Ain't that the truth lol!!!!!
I wouldn't be surprised if many of these DVD/Blu-ray re-releases utilize different transfers and aspect ratios. Image used a different (and inferior) HD source for the first Hellraiser Blu-ray for example.
Agreed. It's a mixed bag. Some of the scenes on the Blu-ray look pretty good, and some look rather poor.
Still, it looked better than I had feared. It's hardly what I'd call a great HD transfer though...it could have looked so much better.
I noticed some compression artifacting here and there. The disc size is under 17gb. I don't see why some of these studios don't maximize the bitrate more to make use of the extra space.
If you're not a big fan of the film, and already own the old DVD (with far more bonus features) you'll find little reason to upgrade.
I was hoping the extras from the 20th aniversary disc would be on the blu cause I didn't pick it up on dvd. Does anyone have a rundown of what's on it compared to the first release?
1st review I've seen for Hellbound: http://www.dvdfile.com/reviews/blurayreviews/168228-hellbound-hellraiser-ii-bd-review
I'm just gonna happy it's on blu & leave it at that.
Glad to hear the picture quality is decent. Mine is en route from Amazon. Unfortunately the Anchor Bay commentary and featurette from the Anchor Bay DVD didn't port over, thus it will remain in my collection.
House II and Return To Horror High also say 1.33:1 on the back.
Blasphemy!!!! Come on Image you're better than this, all these releases should be in their normal ratios & on Blu.
They didn´t fuck up "Dead Heat"
Just saw some samples from a rip from the Image disc, and from what I saw, it sure as hell looks like it´s a pretty fresh HD transfer with lots of fine details and the filmgrain intact. Though, still a little bit 80:s soft in spots, but that´s typical of the stock they used in that decade.
Maybe "Hills..." and "Hellbound" was the worst of the bunch, and we will get better quality from now on
Are there any extras for Dead Heat for the Blu?
Just a Trailer.
I'm curious how Vamp will look and sound in comparison to the Arrow disc.
I already own the Arrow disc, but I just want reassurance (though judging from the comments on their other releases, I'm safe).
Image is really going all out on these releases.
Hellbound wasnt messed up and hills transfer really nothing could be done for that old a film maybe a restoration process but that would cost image too much money
also kmart stores got it the midnight madness collection dvds and blu-rays down their halloween aisle
Do you remember the prices?
5.00 for dvds and blu-rays i think was 7.50 and 10.00
Wow, K-mart has these? I should have stopped by earlier, damnit! Still want to get Hellbound despite lousy reviews.