Evil Dead II, the sequel to Evil Dead and the prequel to Army Of Darkness, is a gory, funny and over-the-top horror flick that is all-out fun for those with strong stomachs. Bruce Campbell reprises his role as Ash, with plans for a romantic weekend with his girlfriend. But, after accidentally playing an ancient incantation on a tape recorder, an evil force is awakened
Compared to the previously released DVD, this new anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD exhibits subtle improvements; more specifically: less noticeable film grain. Overall, the picture appears a bit cleaner. Images can look a bit soft, but sharpness and details are satisfying overall. Colors are dated, but generally well balanced. Black levels can appear slightly weak at times, but overall, depth is satisfying. Fans will, nonetheless, be delighted with everything about this DVD. (Suzanne Hodges)
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