Picking up where The Grateful Dead left off, Phish is one of rock and roll
The 1:85:1 DVD is not anamorphically enhanced and exhibits a picture that is mediocre at best. The documentary footage is typical, with images that are wanting in sharpness and detail. Colors are mostly dull and generally undefined. Aliasing problems are apparent.The source element is consistently revealing of grain and artifacts. Nonetheless, Phish phans should be phascinated. (Suzanne Hodges)
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No one covers the issues in more detail than Widescreen Review. No one else has the breadth and depth of different review systems on which to base transfer quality opinions. Gary Reber has given more editorial space to important Home Theatre trends and technologies than anyone in the industry, AND he has Joe Kane and Greg Rogers on his staff as advisors/columnists. 'Nuff said.