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Excellent film - but where was the menu?,
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This review is from: The Omen Trilogy [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
Having carelessly bought the remake and been greatly disappointed, I was glad to see this classic occult horror. The film is too well-known to need my comments. However, despite the sleeve details and unlike other Blu-rays, the DVD went straight into playing the main feature and the menu was nowhere to be found (despite several subsequent searches). Perhaps it was a dud copy.
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Initial post: 17 Mar 2013 20:47:41 GMT
Last edited by the author on 17 Mar 2013 20:49:01 GMT
i have noticed that with a few other 20th century fox films where they are released in boxsets like the double pack hills have eyes 1&2 the first one has no menu but second one does not to sure if they same when they released on there own i dont think your omen set was dud just more like a trend with fox being tossers!!!!!
Posted on 9 Mar 2014 23:44:35 GMT
Last edited by the author on 9 Mar 2014 23:45:29 GMT
I've bought this boxset and have so far watched only the first film (by far the best IMO) and there's definitely a menu with language options, chapters and extras (and there's plenty of them).
This must be an issue with your BD player, check the vendor's website to see if your firmware's up-to-date.
The only problem I've had with the BD is that it doesn't memorize the current playing position, either automatically or by pressing the green button on the remote. I have a Philips bdp3380.
Posted on 16 Apr 2016 11:23:37 BDT
Bohemian Mizfit says:
I have found with some of my dvds that it jumps straight into the film, but if you press the MENU button on your remote control it should take you to the menu.
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