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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Universal Republic
  • DVD Release Date: November 25, 2013
  • Run Time: 190 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,168 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Overall great sound and video quality.
Ricaurte Goti
Ozzy is in fine voice, and the musicianship of the songs is flawless.
Michael P. Ruzza
Editing is very old school, which I loved.

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88 of 94 people found the following review helpful By J. Hill TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 24, 2013
Format: DVD
Full disclosure right away, I love Black Sabbath. Every album, every singer, every lineup....I honestly love it all. If that makes me biased, so be it. I still want quality product. I'm really happy they decided to document and release a DVD capturing what might be their last tour, and even if it's not, you know they aren't going to be able to keep it up forever, what with Tony's health and Ozzy's...well, Ozzy's stage issues, which I'll get to in a minute. But the first thing to note about this show is that Tony and Geezer are as incredible as ever. It heartens me to see those guys onstage having a great time, visibly enjoying sharing the stage with Ozzy and playing the best songs from their catalog, plus a few new tracks.

As for Ozzy, editing has done him wonders. Like many fans, I've seen quite a bit of Youtube footage of this tour, and while fan-filmed Youtube videos can't exactly be hailed for their pristine sound quality, it was obvious that Ozzy did not sound much like the Ozzy of yesterday during this tour. His voice frequently cracked, he had trouble finding the right key on most nights. And he now does that troubling thing onstage where he sings a verse or two, then takes two or three steps away from the mic, then seems to remember that he can't go far from the mic stand, and rushes right back. It's not like he does this every now and then; he does it on every song throughout every show. With the magic of editing, however, all you really see in this footage are those rare moments when Ozzy actually runs around the stage a little bit and interacts with the fans or with Tony. Of course, his vocals have also been cleaned up so that he sounds at least listenable, but seriously...
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By defilm on November 8, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Finally a BS Concert with no Documentary interruptions! Not only that, it is well produced! The video editor is NOT on speed! Must of took a Quaalude before the edit session! It is shot well! Of course 5.1 DD and DTS, and well lit! Yeah, Sadly Bill Ward is not there, but Tommy Clufetos does an awesome job!!

In the beginning, they show some folks coming in with three generations to see BS, but the crowd is kind of mellow compared to concerts of the past. (I suspect they are not likely all high out of their socks, and the excitement in the arena is not quite "the 70's Black Sabbath" crowd.;-) To be honest, Tommy looks like he is trying to stay conscious while playing. Not that he was ever a big showman/active, I mean it in the "I have played this so much, I could probably be dead and still play this". Oh, of course he is awesome as ever, but I very much get the feeling he is not in this for any long haul, and looks tired. It don't impact his playing at all.

BTW, these are just things I noticed, being a loooong time BS fan, and having been to the concerts in the 70's, the 2013 tour, and some closer shots than I was able to get at the show, on the DVD, and he looks tired. But they sound great!

Video: I give it 4.5 stars. (Thank you God the Hockey game producers took the night off!!)
Audio: 5 stars
Lighting: 4 stars (Yes, you can see the camera shots!!)
Overall: It is the first high quality Video and Audio theater concert DVD, and If you are a Sabbath fan, you MUST own this!!

I LOVE BS, and I love the DVD. So I will put the petty things I notice aside because this DVD blows away the VHS re-do of the 1978 concert!! Yeah, I know Bill... But he arguably has the most physical role in the band....
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By S. Monroe on November 29, 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Been a Black Sabbath fan since 1976. Have been wishing for a good concert video of them for many years. It has finally arrived!!

The Last Supper was great, but the interspersed interviews detracted from the concert segments.

If you are a Sabbath fan, this is a must have. On Blu-ray, the video and audio quality is amazing.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Santeria on December 8, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
this is definitely one of those concerts that you wish would never end. When I heard that Black Sabbath were putting out a concert DVD/Blu-ray I was beside myself with excitement (and the two of us were fighting for the right to order/preorder the concert); I initially heard that the concert was going to be in Blu-ray only, after I had confirmed the concert. Anyway, there was no way I was going to miss out. So I pre-ordered. Anyway, the week before the release I found out that there was multiple additions, including a version with set list, replica signatures, and etc. well, I had to make a budget decision so I went with Blu-ray plus the CD, and I am happy as hell.
The Blu-ray visual and audio is immaculate, with the concert coming in at around one hour and 45 minutes. Totally awesome presentation of the bands skills. I have not seen a video this intimate outside of a boot leg filmed in London where after introducing everyone bill ward was introduced multiple multiple times, and they even did a football chant in the club using bill ward's name. I digress, that reunion to a video had a vibe that was really powerful, and you can definitely feel it in the concert video in high definition. The only way to experience this concert is in 5.1 and it is brilliant. The CD comes in at one hour and 10 minutes and it is awesome too, the power of the concert comes through in a slightly rearranged running order, but one which is nonetheless a brilliant piece of work. I hope that everything works out and we can see the guys do this again (and you
know I have to say this), and I hope they get to include bill ward.
There is a special edition of Dio with black Sabbath/a.k.a.
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