3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
First the quality of what I've looked at so far, Mostly the Mummy, one of the weakest regular DVD productions: it's inhumanly good. Though is flows smoothly, each frame has the sharpness and modernity of a still photo shot yesterday! The sound and score betrays the pictures age, but it too has been mastered to a level of quality never before reached and probably not to be surpassed.
The packaging is a bit cumbersome but not worth complaining about. Extra features abound. I've recently seen a TCM real theater screening of a double feature, Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein. I am a firm believer of seeinig films in the theater if at all possible, but this set completely justifies… Read more