Blu-Ray Review: From Dusk Till Dawn 4-Film Collection

The film's third release in less than two years leaves much to be desired.

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Despite the film having many hallmarks of traditional Quentin Tarantino style, the quality of Echo Bridge’s third release of From Dusk Till Dawn can be compared to the old baseball saying of three strikes and you’re out.

Home Theater Forum’s Todd Erwin reviewed the Blu-ray release and had these thoughts:

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Video

Detail is very good for the most part, although a few scenes appear soft. Flesh tones lean towards orange, which I do not recall in prior laserdisc and DVD versions, nor in its original theatrical run. Colors are vibrant, though, never bleeding. Blacks, however, do appear crushed on a few occassions.

Audio

The 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track is a bit of a treat. Dynamic range is excellent, with exceptional stereo separation and active surrounds and LFE.

You can read the complete review here and discuss it in the forum.

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