05-02-2012, 05:37 PM
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Join Date: Dec 2010
Originally Posted by Nosferatu@Cult Labs
Some of the 'reviews' on Amazon should be taken with a large pinch of salt as they can be read before the item has been released and by people with an agenda.
I think the release is excellent /QUOTE]
That Amazon's reviews shouldn't be taken too seriously doesn't surprise me, half the time they don't even match the product. But there are comments even on this thread suggesting there are issues with this release. The biggest worry being the out of sync subtitles. I've also read about a pixelation error about forty mins in and how the added scenes in the directors cut haven't been inserted very smoothly. I'm not obsessive enough to worry too much about things like that but the subtitles thing does bother me.
Yeah, Amazon reviewers can be ridiculous. I had enough the other day and started commenting on some of the ridiculous reviews. A frightening amount of people leave reviews before they have even seen the disc but still manage to pass comment on the picture quality
I'd have to go back and look at the subtitles as I didn't notice anything obvious when I was watching it or, at least, it didn't annoy me. There is a pixelation issue but it's very brief so not a huge issue. I've not seen the Blue Underground edition but looking at screen grabs, both are taken from the same source.