The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits image quality that surpasses any other available home video format for this title. Despite some dated characteristics, this is a nicely rendered DVD that will surely bring on flashbacks to the 80s! (Suzanne Hodges)
The 5.1 remastered soundtracks offer some welcome spatiality, mostly through the music but also on occasion with atmospheric effects. The audio is somewhat dated, slightly affecting the natural tonality of voices. Some low-end foundation for the music can be noticed, and the LFE channel is active throughout. Those who are fans of this movie know full well that much of the audio is of a quiescent nature. The DTS
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