I don't know what has happened to Dario argento in recent years, it seems like his brilliant mind has all but run out of ideas and so we are left with films that probably look good on paper but, when it comes to films, his ideas don't seem to work. This is the problem with giallo. The biggest downfall of this film is that we have seen it all before, it has been done before and done better.
Don't get me wrong, this is a perfectly watchable film, it just does not hit the great heights that we are used to seeing from argento.
This blu ray which I believe is a French import, has English language option and has no forced subtitles. The blu ray itself however is somewhat erratic. The picture ranges from good to very bad and from grainy to ultra grainy. I am unsure as to whether or not the picture is supposed to be this grainy because of the nature of the film or whether it is just a poor blu ray transfer.
For the price that I paid for this, I believe it cost less than £5.00 on blu ray. I thought that it was perfectly adequate. as there are several versions of this film on blu ray and I chose the cheapest one, it is quite likely that you could purchase one of the more expensive blu ray releases of this film and it could be the same transfer, I don't know but, I chose this French version and I got what I paid for. I don't at all feel cheated because it was very inexpensive and I still enjoyed the film. Just don't expect an argento masterpiece as you will be left very disappointed.
Overall a watchable film with a watchable blu ray transfer and for the price it is i think it's perfectly acceptable.