Why no DVD ?share
I have it on DVD,it was released in England.
This is a great little thriller,more people should see it.
Yup, I have the DVD too. Although the sound and picture are not as good as they could be. Still, we are probably lucky to have any kind of release for a movie as obscure as this.
Is it anamorphic?share
Absolutely not! It is about the most basic DVD imaginable. This is the one I have:
There are no extras, and the transfer is 4:3 (or 1.33:1) as opposed to the 1.85:1 ratio quoted on the IMDb technical specs. I'm not sure how accurate that page is, and I have never seen this movie in any ratio other than 4:3, but it's true that some of the frames are very slightly trimmed at the edges. So the original print was probably wider, but I would think not more than 1.66:1.
I would say the picture is something like a superior VHS copy, nothing much wrong with it. The MONO sound is quite poor though. At times it is difficult to hear some of the voices. Like I said though, I would rather have this than my old VHS copy that I recorded from TV about 15 years back!
Code Red is working on a DVD with for a tentative summer 2009 release. The new transfer is supposed to be HiDef.share
This film is getting released by Scorpion Releasing in 2010 on March 29th, with extras and in anamorphic widescreen! Rejoice. :)
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384 with pics!
I just purchased the recent DVD from Scorpion Releasing for a mere eight bucks (taxes included!) at a local alternative mom'n'pop alternative music store that was having a half price sale on all of their DVDs and Blu-Rays.
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