Based on the book by Jay Anson, The Amityville Horror stars James Brolin and Margot Kidder as Jim and Kathy Lutz, a couple who think they
The 1.85:1 DVD is not anamorphically enhanced and, visually, is nothing impressive. The picture looks dated, with soft images that lack definition and clarity. Color fidelity can appear somewhat natural, but fleshtones are often brownish. While blacks are generally deep, definition is wanting. The picture is quite dull, and wanting in higher contrast. Aliasing problems and pixelization are occasionally noticed, but it is the undefined quality of the imagery that is disappointing. Artifacts are apparent throughout.
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