Saturday, April 30, 2011

Big Business Blu-ray Review

Release Date: May 10th, 2011
Disc Size: 19.0 GB
Film Size: 18.4 GB
Film Rating: PG
Region: A
The Video
Big Business’ debuts on Blu-ray with a 1080p AVC/MPEG-4 video presentation via this licensed release by Mill Creek Entertainment. I was a bit worried about this release, as I do with most licensed releases. Thankfully, Mill Creek Entertainment has done quite a good job with this presentation.

The film looks quite good in high-definition. Aside from the hospital scene at the beginning of the film, I was quite impressed. There are no technical issues that I found with the hospital scene, it just looked particularly soft and dull in comparison to the rest of the film.

‘Big Business’ is not among the sharpest looking films, but this does appear to be an accurate presentation. There is a nice level of grain throughout the film, detail tends to be quite impressive and overall clarity is easy to appreciate.

The high-def transfer makes the special effects in the film that more obvious, which I guess you could consider a negative. As you are likely aware, special effects were necessary to place the actresses twice on the screen to show the twin sisters together.

This is definitely the best the film has ever looked. The film certainly won’t make for demo material, but I can’t imagine it looking much better than it does now. Fans of the film who have had to put up with previous home video releases will appreciate the high-def upgrade. 7.5/10

The Audio
An English 2.0 DTS-HD Master Audio track is included. No subtitle options are included. The DTS-HD Master Audio track was actually a nice surprise; I was worried when I saw the packaging listed with lossy audio.

The film is a comedy, which typically aren’t that exciting when it comes to an audio mix. ‘Big Business’ is no different. The film’s dialogue is of most priority and sounds quite clear throughout, there weren’t any moments I couldn’t understand or that sounded too bad.

The film’s audio effects of course are also front heavy, everything sounds quite nice, but nothing that particularly impressed me. Overall this is a very solid track and the high-def upgrade is clear. It is a shame other audio options and subtitles are not included, but this lossless track gets the job done nicely. 7/10

The Extras

No bonus features are included, not even a theatrical trailer. 0/10

The Movie
I was definitely excited when ‘Big Business’ was announced for Blu-ray release. I have always found great entertainment from the film, it is just very funny. The film is not exactly a comedy masterpiece, but it does bring plenty of laughs and holds up quite well.

The film stars Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin as twin sisters, two times. They don’t look at all like each other, but that is because the nurse mixed up the two sets of twins born at the hospital that day. We have country versions of Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin, as well as city versions that grew up in an entirely different social and economic level.
Neither set of sisters know a mix-up ever occurred, which makes for hilarious results when fate eventually brings them together. Yeah, the story isn’t exactly realistic, but it is certainly a funny idea that is executed well.

Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin are both fantastic in the film, bringing plenty of humor as they each play two very different characters. The film holds up quite well, aside from the special effects. The special effects are now dated, had the film been made now it would be totally different story thanks to technology progression.

Overall I had a great time revisiting the film. ‘Big Business’ is just as funny as the first time I saw it. The film will certainly have plenty of critics, but the film was never meant to be taken seriously. The film is harmless and makes for a very funny experience even today. 8/10

The Blu-news Summary
This is a fine release from Mill Creek Entertainment. The film is great, featuring a very pleasing video presentation and good audio track. No extras are included, but likely to save on licensing fees, but likely only a theatrical trailer would have been included anyway. Overall this Blu-ray release is ‘Recommended’ to fans of the film.

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Thursday, April 14, 2011

Scream 3 Blu-ray Review

Release Date: March 29th, 2011
Disc Size: 22.9 GB
Film Size: 19.4 GB
Film Rating: R
Region: A
The Video
Scream 3’ debuts on Blu-ray with a 1080p AVC/MPEG-4 video presentation. Previous ‘Scream’ films looked somewhat soft on Blu-ray as they did on previous home video releases. The same can be said about the look for ‘Scream 3,’ but it does have some sharp impressive moments throughout.

Colors are appealing and black levels are quite solid as a whole. The transfer features a thin layer of grain throughout, and perhaps a bit of edge enhancement during a few outdoor sequences (nothing too annoying though). The biggest issue with the presentation is it can be inconsistent, with a sharp scene followed by an extra soft scene and so forth.

Personally, I think the presentation is a very good upgrade from previous home video releases. The transfer will not be confused for a DVD release, even during the weaker looking scenes. The transfer will not blow your mind, but I never expected it to. As a whole I am very pleased. 8/10

The Audio
An English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track is the lossless mix and only mix included, aside from the audio commentary. Optional subtitles include English, English SDH and Spanish.

Being the youngest of the three ‘Scream’ films released on Blu-ray, I had higher expectations for this release than I did for the first two. I was quite impressed from the beginning, this is an aggressive mix with fantastic surround use.

Dialogue is presented front and center, always easy to understand. The film’s effects come through clearly as well, with some nice surround sound surprises. The film’s music is beautiful and adds a lot to the film experience.

Overall this is a strong mix and the best I have ever heard the film sound. This mix certainly falls short of demo material (especially compared to horror films in recent years), but it is a very pleasing and impressive mix. 9/10

The Extras

Audio Commentary
By Director Wes Craven, Producer Marianne Maddalena and Editor Patrick Lussier.

Deleted Scenes (13:34) (SD)
Include optional commentary by Director Wes Craven, Producer Marianne Maddalena and Editor Patrick Lussier.

Alternate Ending (10:02) (SD)
Includes optional commentary by Director Wes Craven, Producer Marianne Maddalena and Editor Patrick Lussier.

Outtakes (6:34) (SD)
A very funny collection of outtakes presented in standard-definition.

Behind-The-Scenes Montage (6:21) (SD)
Includes behind-the-scenes footage from the first three Scream films.

Music Video (4:57) (SD)
“What If” - Creed

Theatrical Trailer (1:26) (SD)
The U.S. theatrical trailer is included in standard-definition.

International Trailer (1:39) (SD)
The international trailer is included in standard-definition.

TV Spots (5:47) (SD)
A collection of TV spots are included in standard-definition.

Also From Lionsgate (HD)
High-def previews for current and upcoming Lionsgate films.

Bookmarks
Save your favorite scenes and return to them later.

The bonus features included are very enjoyable, however I do have to say the quality of certain features (such as the deleted scenes and alternate ending) is quite terrible. The image looks so low-resolution, so pixely, basically worse than YouTube quality. I don’t know where this footage was acquired, but it does not look good. The majority of the features look fine however. 6/10

The Movie
Scream 3’ follows on the huge success of ‘Scream’ and ‘Scream 2,’ and like with most trilogies…it continues to go down a notch in quality. That being said, ‘Scream 3’ is a lot of fun; you just need to dispense reality a bit more than you did already.

Once again, the cast who survived the second film return to reprise their roles, which I think helped the film very much. Deaths begin occurring on the set of ‘Stab 3’ (the in-movie adaptation of the Scream films) and they quickly realize the game is not over yet.There are some unique twists added to the third film, many which work well, and a few that don’t. The film’s humor is once again very strong and you will find yourself laughing from beginning to end. There are some really great lines in the film.

With ‘Scream 4’ now released (which I have not seen at the time of writing) it will be interesting to see the series continue even more. Films tend to go down in quality with each installment (with few exceptions), but I cannot wait to see it.

‘Scream 3’ is not among the smartest, greatest or scariest of films, but it is one of the most fun experiences you can have watching a film. Like previous installments, ‘Scream 3’ is best watched with a group of friends who love to laugh and like a few scares thrown in. 8/10

The Blu-news Summary
Scream 3’ is a VERY fun film, but certainly the weakest. The Blu-ray release features a strong video presentation and impressive audio mix. The selection of extras are enjoyable, it is just too bad the quality of certain extras leaves a lot to be desired. Overall this Blu-ray release is ‘Recommended’ if you are fan.

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Monday, April 11, 2011

Arthur/Arthur 2: On the Rocks Blu-ray Review

Release Date: April 5th, 2011
Disc Size: 32.3 GB
Film Ratings: PG
Region: ABC

The Video
Arthur’ and ‘Arthur 2’ debut on Blu-ray with 1080p AVC/MPEG-4 video presentations. Warner Home Video is generally fantastic with catalog releases, but I kept expectations low as the films likely did not receive a restoration, and the fact that both films were on one disc.

Thankfully the films in high-definition do not disappoint, if you go in with reasonable expectations. These films are not razor sharp, but they never have been nor ever will be. That being said, the films are clearly high-definition from beginning to end with no scene that I think could be confused with DVD quality.

There are plenty of soft scenes throughout, but we also get to see a nice upgrade in clarity, and generally excellent level of textures and details. Colors are quite rich and black levels are solid throughout. The films also look quite clean overall, with a nice layer of grain present throughout both films.

Not everyone will love the high-def presentations for these films, but I personally found them to be fantastic. You will not be seeing demo material footage with these releases, but there is a clear improvement that I could never go back to seeing these on DVD. 7/10

The Audio
Arthur’ features an English 1.0 DTS-HD Master Audio track as the lossless option. Also included are French, German and Spanish lossy mono tracks. Optional subtitles include English SDH, French, German SDH and Spanish.

Arthur 2: On the Rocks’ features an English 2.0 DTS-HD Master Audio track as the lossless option. Also included are French, German and Spanish lossy mono tracks. Optional subtitles include English SDH, French, German SDH and Spanish.

Warner Home Video has included lossless tracks for both films, but neither manages to impress. I really didn’t expect much from the mono/stereo mixes included, so I wasn’t very disappointed by the quality of either mix.

Dialogue is key focus and for the most part sounds quite good. There are a few moments which weren’t as clear as I would have liked, making the mixes sound very dated. Audio effects of course are front and center as well, certainly not bad but certainly not great either. 6.5/10

The Extras

Arthur – Theatrical Trailer (2:09) (SD)
The theatrical trailer for the first film is included in standard-definition.

Arthur 2 : On the Rocks - Theatrical Trailer (1:29) (SD)
The theatrical trailer for the sequel is also included in standard-definition.

Only the two theatrical trailers are included, which are nice to see included. I do wish Warner Home Video included them in high-definition, but I am glad they are included unlike previous double feature releases. 2/10

The Movie
Arthur’ and ‘Arthur 2’ debut in a 2-movie collection just in time for the release of the ‘Arthur’ remake starring Russell Brand. I have not seen the remake, but after seeing the theatrical trailer I think I can wait until the eventual Blu-ray release, to put it nicely.

I love the ‘Arthur’ films; I have always found both films to be quite funny and stupid, which I liked in this case. I was very excited about the double-feature Blu-ray release, especially since I have had to put up with the mediocre DVD releases for years.

Both films star Dudley Moore and Liza Minnelli. Dudley as ‘Arthur’ is simply fantastic, his wacky humor will not appeal to everyone, but I think he created such a fantastic goofy character. Liza Minnelli co-stars as Linda.

‘Arthur’ is certainly the better of the two films. Like with most sequels, the sequel was quite unnecessary but certainly welcome, I am not so sure many would be willing to buy the sequel separately anyway. ‘Arthur 2’ released seven years after the original and was certainly an entertaining follow-up, but never compared to the original.

I think most viewers will be purchasing this double feature for the first film, which is far better than the sequel. Without seeing the remake, I do think it is safe to assume the remake of ‘Arthur’ will fare even worse in comparison. ‘Arthur’ is a fun film with a great cast, and holds up surprisingly well. 8/10

The Blu-news Summary
The ‘Arthur’ 2-Movie Collection features an entertaining set of films. The Blu-ray release features strong video presentations and decent audio mixes. Theatrical trailers are included as the sole extra for each film. Overall this Blu-ray release is definitely ‘Recommended’ to any fan of the films.

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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

All Dogs Go to Heaven Blu-ray Review

Release Date: March 29th, 2011
Disc Size: 22.2 GB
Film Size: 21.6 GB
Film Rating: G
Region: A
The Video
All Dogs Go to Heaven’ comes to Blu-ray for the very first time with a 1080p AVC/MPEG-4 video presentation. After watching ‘The Secret of NIMH’ on Blu-ray from the same studio, I really wasn’t sure what to expect from this video presentation.

Watching the film I immediately noticed an upgrade from previous home video releases. I actually read a review a couple of days ago from a reviewer friend who stated he didn’t see a very big upgrade from his DVD copy. After comparing releases on my projector, I have to completely disagree with him.

The presentation is not demo material by any means, there is dirt and specks that pop up quite constantly. The film definitely would have benefited from a proper cleanup. Perhaps the studio will find it worthy of a proper cleanup someday, but I don’t see it happening anytime soon.

The detail in the animation is easy to appreciate, everything looks so natural in high-definition and I was very impressed. Colors look quite fantastic and balanced throughout. There are a few uglier looking scenes, but not because of any technical issues with the transfer, but instead the dirty source used.

As a whole this is a very solid high-def presentation of the film. The issues I had and that you may have with the presentation are all source related, which is unfortunate. Some may argue that they should have waited to release it on Blu-ray until properly restored, but I think this release certainly is solid enough to warrant a release in the meantime. 7/10

The Audio
An English 2.0 DTS-HD Master Audio track is the lossless option included. Also included are Spanish and French Dolby Digital tracks. Optional subtitles include English SDH and French.

The 2.0 mix is as simple as one would expect from such a limited track. Dialogue is focus and for the most part sounds quite clear. The film’s audio effects sound a bit more dated than I hoped, but there was nothing too negative to say.

The film’s music comes through clearly, but lacks the impact that I hoped it would have in the mix. As a whole the mix really isn’t too bad. The biggest disappointment is just how simple the track feels, for a lossless presentation I had hoped it would have been a little better and impressive. 6/10

The Extras

Theatrical Trailer (1:34) (HD)
The film’s theatrical trailer is included in high-definition.

A theatrical trailer is the only feature included, but it is in high-definition (thank you!), keeping me from complete disappointment. No new features were produced unfortunately, so we are still left with nothing to see. I do hope one day new features will be produced, but I do give the studio props for an actual high-def trailer, something most studios fail to include. 1.5/10

The Movie
All Dogs Go to Heaven’ is considered one of Don Bluth’s weaker films, but personally I have always loved the film. I have always found the movie to be incredibly touching, and revisiting the film really hit a soft spot for me.

The film is not nearly as dark as ‘The Secret of NIMH,’ but it is funny to see just how mature certain aspects of the story are for a family film. We really don’t see many films like this anymore, but I love the darker humor and situations.

The story tells of a German Shepherd named Charles B. Barkin, Charlie preferred. He is killed, but desperately wants revenge and makes his way back to Earth in hopes to get that revenge. This is when he meets an orphan named Anne-Marie who spends her days working for a dog named Carface. People do find it odd that I love the film so much, but I can admit it has plenty of flaws which I tend to overlook. The film’s musical numbers are one of the bigger disappointments in the film, nothing stands out and as a whole they are very bland and unoriginal.

The storyline is very original however, even if certain scenes fail to bring anything significant to the film. The characters are likable and I actually find them to be quite memorable, but I know plenty would disagree with that statement.

‘All Dogs Go to Heaven’ is a cute film, but it also isn’t widely loved. I admit it has flaws that will keep this from being a favorite of most, but I thought it was very touching and it brings back nostalgic memories. Perhaps the memories are why I have more appreciation for the film than others, but even revisiting it has been so much fun. 8/10

The Blu-news Summary
All Dogs Go to Heaven’ is a cute family film. The Blu-ray release features a satisfying video presentation and decent audio mix. The only extra is a high-def trailer, but I welcome it with open arms. Ultimately this release is not as impressive as it could have been, but I don’t think we will see a re-release (aside from a potential double feature release with the sequel and same transfer) for many years to come. ‘For Fans Only.’

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Monday, April 4, 2011

Love & Other Drugs Blu-ray Review

Release Date: March 1st, 2011
Disc Size: 36.6 GB
Film Size: 28.9 GB
Film Rating: R
Region: A
The Video
Love & Other Drugs’ comes to Blu-ray with a 1080p AVC/MPEG-4 video presentation. The film being a new release, I went in with very high expectations for the Blu-ray presentation. Thankfully Fox has provided a top notch high-def presentation that really impresses.

The most impressive aspect of the release is the amazing level of detail to be found in each scene. Clothing and skin textures, details of the environment, it all really shines on Blu-ray. Many scenes look like high-resolution promotional photos in motion, it really is impressive.

Colors are also very strong, rich and vibrant throughout. Black levels also remain inky throughout. The images in the review give a fairly accurate presentation of the transfer, but many higher quality shots were omitted as they are absolutely not safe for work.

Overall I couldn’t find anything to complain about with the visual presentation. No, this isn’t the most amazing new release film on Blu-ray. However, I do think it is the very best the film could have looked on Blu-ray with a healthy encode that is free of issues. 9.5/10

The Audio
An English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track is the lossless option included. Also included are Spanish, French and Portuguese 5.1 Dolby Digital audio tracks. Optional subtitles include English SDH, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Chinese.

Romantic comedies are generally known to be underwhelming or just satisfying, while ‘Love & Other Drugs’ won’t do anything to change that perception, it certainly is a very solid mix. The film’s dialogue is priority and is as crisp and clear as one could hope (including every moan).

The film’s music comes through beautifully as well, managing to expand to the surround speakers to help create a bit more of a home theater experience. The film’s audio effects are also quite satisfying as you hear little environment noises throughout many scenes that do help immerse you into the film. The mix certainly delivers what the film allows. 8/10

The Extras

Disc 1 (Blu-ray Disc):


Deleted Scenes (7:32) (HD)
A selection of deleted scenes is included in high-definition.

Love & Other Drugs: An Actor’s Discussion (8:01) (HD)
Anne, Jake and the director/writer talk about working on the film and what makes it special.

Beautifully Complex: Anne Hathaway Is Maggie (2:57) (HD)
Anne Hathaway talks about her character Maggie.

Reformed Womanizer: Jake Gyllenhaal Is Jamie (3:34) (HD)
Jake Gyllenhaal talks about his character Jamie.

Selling Love & Other Drugs (3:11) (HD)
Jake Gyllenhaal talks about taking a lot of characteristics from Jamie Reidy, author of “Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman” and who the film was based on.

Theatrical Trailer (2:25) (HD)
The film’s theatrical trailer is included in high-definition.

BD-Live Extras (HD) (Internet Connection Required)
Jake’s Favorite Scene (1:01)

Bookmarks
Save your favorite scenes and return to them later via the bookmarks feature.

Sneak Peeks (HD)
View HD trailers for ‘Conviction,’ ‘Never Let Me Go,’ and an ‘FX trailer.’

Disc 2 (DVD):

Digital Copy of the film
Compatible with iTunes and Windows Media devices.

The extras included on this release are quite informative; however I was left wanting more. The interviews with the two leads are great, but I do wish even more behind-the-scenes footage was included. A BD-Live extra is interesting, but I do think those features should be reserved until a later date, not on street date (it should have just been included on the disc). The Digital Copy is a welcome addition. 6.5/10

The Movie
Love & Other Drugs’ is an interesting film. The movie is a romantic comedy in many ways, but it also quite the drama as well. Prior to release I had high expectations for the film, it didn’t look overly annoying and it looked unique.

Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal star as lead characters Maggie and Jamie in this emotional and sex-filled story. I actually had a feeling the film would provide Anne Hathaway at least a Golden Globe nomination for her nudity (it worked for Kate Winslet), but I guess it wasn’t as graphic or daring.The film is about the relationship between Maggie, a woman affected with Parkinson’s disease and Jamie, a man who finds success in the pharmaceutical industry. The two start off rocky as with many predictable romantic comedies and quickly fall for each other, but what develops makes the film stand out a bit more.

The character development was very enjoyable and actually believable, thanks to fantastic performances from the actors. The film is heavy on the sex and language compared to your typical romantic comedy, but I found it refreshing.

The film’s ending was just a bit cheesy, but it works. Ultimately, ‘Love & Other Drugs’ won’t rank among the most memorable romantic films of all time. It certainly is unique in many aspects and the performances are great however, but something just feels missing, keeping it from being the perfect formula. Overall it is certainly worth watching. 7.5/10

The Blu-news Summary
Love & Other Drugs’ is unique in many ways and makes for an entertaining film experience. The Blu-ray release features an incredible video presentation and fitting audio mix. The collection of extras is solid, but leave a bit to be desired. Overall this Blu-ray release is ‘Recommended’ to anyone who loves a good romantic comedy with some heavy drama thrown in.

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Sunday, April 3, 2011

Scream 2 Blu-ray Review

Release Date: March 29th, 2011
Disc Size: 21.8 GB
Film Size: 19.6 GB
Film Rating: R
Region: A
The Video
Scream 2’ debuts on Blu-ray with a 1080p AVC/MPEG-4 video presentation. Like the first ‘Scream’ film, ‘Scream 2’ has a soft look to it. From the beginning you will notice an immediate improvement from previous home video releases of the film.

The detail in the presentation isn’t razor sharp like with many high-def releases, but the improvement in detail is visible and easy to see. Outdoor sequences are once again the most disappointing looking scenes in the film, but I think it can be traced back to the source and not any manipulation of the transfer.

The film features a pleasant layer of grain throughout. Colors are very solid, generally rich and inky, as are black levels. Dirt and specks are found on the release, but I actually didn’t find them to be much of a distraction in the film. Overall I think the film looks great, especially in comparison to previous home video releases. 8/10

The Audio
Lionsgate has included an English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track. The lossless track is the only audio option included aside from the audio commentary found in the bonus features. Optional subtitles include English, English SDH and Spanish.

The DTS-HD Master Audio mix included is not as good as my audio experience for ‘Scream,’ however it is still a great sounding mix. The mix is a bit more front heavy than the first film, but that isn’t so say there isn’t some great surround use moments.

Dialogue is generally crisp and easy to understand, with a few quieter sounding moments. The film’s music once again comes through clearly and beautifully. The mix as a whole does add to the experience and is very enjoyable; it just isn’t among the most impressive horror mixes. 8/10

The Extras

Audio Commentary
By Director Wes Craven, Producer Marianne Maddalena and Editor Patrick Lussier

Deleted Scenes (4:09) (SD)
Include optional commentary by Director Wes Craven, Producer Marianne Maddalena and Editor Patrick Lussier.

Outtakes (8:54) (SD)
The collection of outtakes is simply hilarious.

Featurette (7:06) (SD)
This feature serves as the making of for the film, but it is really a promotional piece. Cast interviews and behind-the-scenes footage is mixed in with clips from the film.

Music Videos (SD)
  • Master P – “Scream” (3:07)
  • Kottonmouth Kings – “Suburban Life” (3:48)
Theatrical Trailer (2:16) (SD)
The film’s theatrical trailer is included in standard-definition.

TV Spots (6:19) (SD)
Eleven TV spots are included in this feature.

Also From Lionsgate (HD)
High-def previews for current and upcoming Lionsgate films.

Bookmarks
Save your favorite scenes and return to them later.

The extras included for this release are entertaining. I loved the audio commentary track included, but I wish more behind-the-scenes footage was included. The trailer and deleted scenes are nice, and the outtakes do shine, but I was left wanting more. 6/10

The Movie
‘Scream’ was a fantastic horror film, featuring a nice mix of scares and laughs. A sequel is something people tend to get nervous about, and there is reason to be, very few sequels end up being nearly as good as the original, and the point is made in the film itself as well.

Unlike most sequels, ‘Scream 2’ actually delivers and provides an incredibly fun film experience that must be seen with friends. The film takes place a few years after the original with all surviving leads back for another round.

The film starts off in a movie theater where the audience is ready to watch the film adaptation of the events from the first film. Chances are you have seen this film before, but just in case I won’t be writing any major spoilers about the film. I just have to say that it was sad to see Jada Pinkett (Smith) die so soon in the film, I really loved her character from the few minutes we got to know her.The events that happen in the movie theater kick off the rest of the story and the survivors from the first film quickly fear realize that the killings are far from over. The film has some scary moments, but I love the humor brought to it especially.

Like the first film, ‘Scream 2’ brings plenty of intentional laughs. I think that is why the films are so enjoyable, and makes for one of the better horror film experiences an audience can have together. I did not see the film in theaters, but man do I wish I did.

‘’Scream 2’ is an excellent follow up to the original and while it may not rank as highly as the original, it certainly comes very close. The film is just a great time, even though it is predictable. I love the cast, I love the writing and I love the story. 8.5/10

The Blu-news Summary
Scream 2’ is a fantastic and fun film with a great Blu-ray release. The video and audio presentations are notable improvements from previous home video releases and the extras are all ported over. ‘Scream 2’ on Blu-ray is easily ‘Recommended’ to anyone.

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