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Five star film - One star blu-ray
on 19 April 2014
OK, where to start.
This film is struck from the same master as the one in the US from Full Moon Features.
Whilst daytime scenes do look inherently better than the DVD counterpart (skin tones etc). This is where the good points end and the bad begin;
The film is cut from its usual 90-minute runtime to 85 minutes.
There are frame rate issues (picture jumps, slows and speeds up) throughout the whole film.
Dark/nighttime scenes are very hard to make out to near impossible (far darker than the 20th Anniversary edition on DVD).
To conclude, stick with the 20th Anniversary edition until a better HD version is released.