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Discussion in 'High Definition' started by Mattapooh, Nov 22, 2013.
Yeah, wtf with that sound?
I took a few shots too...
My only guess about the sound is they were aiming for a mono drive-in theater experience.
It certainly was mono. How many people were in your theater?
Between 15 and 20. Not a lot, but there was laughter and an overall feeling of fun.
I'm going to try to catch this on the 14th in S.F. (I missed last night's showing and I had nothing to do! I could have just walked over there) - I just moved close to the area (Balboa Theatre very good place). I will also be seeing Ms. 45 that weekend as well. good times!
From what I read so far, few claim the theatrical Blu-ray screening quality was on par with DVD. Plus bad audio and R-Rated version. Doesn't sound too promising for a possible future Blu-ray release.
thank god the local revival theaters here play it every year in 35mm...
I had too much fun bringing friends to see this, our audience was pretty fun too! Shouting NAUGHTY when Billie went ape shit. :lol:
Hi! I'm the owner of the Silent Night, Deadly night Blu-Ray disc. First of all, I'm not a hipster so this disc is in good hands. Second, the paperwork that came with the disc instructed us to send it back to the distributor after the screening. I took it home to test it out beforehand, but upon returning it, my manager made a few phone calls and found out that they just wanted us to throw it away, so it was given to me as a "Christmas gift".
Very cool, Merry Christmas! Care to offer up any screenshots? How does it look compared to the DVD?