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Not 1080p as indicated & film has been transferred at the wrong speed.,
This review is from: Captain Clegg (Night Creatures) (1962) [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
I addition to the issues noted in the review below, which are all valid, the film is not 1080p as indicated on the package.
It is an interlaced 1080i / 50hz transfer and runs 78 min instead of the correct 82 minutes. The audio and visuals are sped up 4% over normal speed. Proceed at your own risk, (or tolerance ) for flawed Blu Rays.
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Initial post: 29 Jun 2014 02:49:43 BDT
This is a horrible release . High pitched voices, awkwardly fast movement, and half-ass picture quality. I will probably cancel the Phantom of the Opera release now. It's too bad because I was satisfied with Final Cut's last two Hammer releases. And who Knows how long until a proper release of this movie will ever arrive.
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Jul 2014 10:33:43 BDT
Matthew Mercy says:
The German DVD release has excellent sound and picture quality. True, the onscreen title is Night Creatures, but who cares?
Die Bande des Captain Clegg (Neuauflage) (DVD)
In reply to an earlier post on 6 Oct 2014 09:44:12 BDT
What's interesting about that is, that dvd is from universal pictures, as is this blu-Ray.
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Jan 2015 18:08:49 GMT
Mr. Kenneth J. Hodges says:
Perhaps you would be better off by getting the Region 1 release which comes in a box with several other 'Hammer' films. Also, it would be silly to dismiss getting 'Phantom of The Opera' on the assumption it will be bad, without checking the quality first!
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