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on 16 August 2014
Amazon insist that you give a star rating, hence one star. It deserves minus ten. The quality is abysmal. It looks as if it has been taken from a third generation video tape. Not only that, but the picture is poorly framed with a large part of the right side cropped, so that the names of the cast are missing the last letters. Don't waste you money.
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on 11 August 2014
This a very b-movie but I like to watch a lot of b-movies , the sound and picture is ok so if you want to get this film understand it is what people say is a bad b-movie but it is well worth getting this DVD .
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on 25 February 2015
Unwatchable. Such a VERY poor transfer to DVD, visually terrible in that it looks like someone aimed a video camera at a TV. As for sound, unbelievably muffled and useless.
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on 22 November 2014
This is a very poor quality edition - it's taken from a cinema release and reduced to 4:3 TV ratio cutting of the right hand side of the image - leaving you to guess whats going on - whether it's a good film or otherwise is spoilt by the missing screen imagery
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on 19 February 2016
Typical B movie. Bruce shoul have stuck to breakfast serials
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on 20 February 2014
JUST SO CHEAP SO GOT IT ,NOT BAD AS EARLY B MOVIE I SUPPOSE,BUT WORTH THE PRICE.BIT CRANKY IN PARTS
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on 17 December 2013
Disappointed at this film, the sharpness and quality is very sub standard! The "special effects" gave me a laugh though, must have cost a fortune ( ha ha). Overall the best bit was the DVD case.
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on 14 January 2013
Not one of the better dvd's from Elstree Hill. Quite an enjoyable story even if the special effects are a bit ropey. However the sound is pretty atrocious and muffled and the picture quality isnt great so it does spoil your viewing quite a lot. It is watchable, but only just, and you have to turn your tv volume up high to be able to make out what is being said
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on 3 August 2011
This is not a faithful transfer from film to digital; during the opening titles, I noticed that I could see the tops of captions which had been cut off at the bottom of the screen -- but it's only a three-quid disk. The story is obvious based on "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" by Jules Verne, and it should be enjoyed, with all scientific knowledge suspended, as a daft sciffy film from the 1950s. Pity there are no dinosaurs, but you can't have everything!
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on 1 February 2015
new and sealed, no complaints. havent watched it yet though,
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