New to Blu: August 6 – 12

The Curse of the Weeping Woman

Resolution is excellent with clearly rendered images that exhibit refined levels of detail during close ups and discernible depth of field in wide angle shots. The filtered chromatic range is purposefully limited to muted primary colours and softer secondary hues. That coupled with the drab lighting schemes and dark cinematography makes for a visually pallid but thematically affecting look.” — AVSForum.

“The visuals on this are pretty stunning … The 2.39:1 AVC HD image uses a variety of lighting techniques to give some of the scenes a very unique look and feel. And yes, as one would might imagine, the film is dark … Black levels are strong as is contrast, detail is razor sharp as well.” — Blu-ray Authority.

Long Shot

“While there’s frankly not a lot of visual ‘pop’ to the proceedings here, this is a very nice, sharp and well detailed looking transfer that consistently provides well above average levels of fine detail … Long Shot features an occasionally bombastic Dolby Atmos track, one that provides a lot of surround activity but no real standouts in terms of Atmos channel engagement.” —

☞ Also new are Poms and Iron Sky: The Coming Race.

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