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The Fly Collection offers all three films in single discs (each featuring reproductions of the films' original poster art), as well as a fourth disc, The Disc of Horrors, which provides a barrage of related extras. Image-wise, the look of the films is top-notch; The Fly is a marked improvement over the 2000 DVD release, with the rich DeLuxe colors and vivid detail of the original CinemaScope presentation receiving a marvelous showcase. Even the lesser quality of Return and Curse's black-and-white lensing looks crisp and largely spot-free. Sound is also superior (Fly is Dolby Digital 4.0, and Return and Curse have Dolby Digital monaural and Dolby Digital Stereo options), and Hedison is featured in a commentary on Fly that's filled with production reminiscences. The Disc of Horrors is the real treat in the set; not only is Price's 1997 profile from A&E's Biography series included, but there's also Fly Trap: Catching a Classic, a solid overview of all three films featuring Hedison and Halsey, as well as film historians David Del Valle and Donald F. Glut, among others (some of the pertinent details are also covered in the set's insert booklet). Theatrical trailers for each film (and TV spots for Return and Curse), reproductions of the original pressbooks (which can be viewed in detail), domestic and international lobby cards, promotional photos (the best of which is a shot of Hedison in full fly makeup listening patiently to co-star Patricia Owens), and a 1958 newsreel that covered the first Fly's premiere in San Francisco. -Paul Gaita
IM A SUCKER FOR OLD MOVIES: This is a great collection for anyone who loves SCI -FI. I only saw the first movie as a young man in the age old Saturday night creature feature set.Published 1 month ago by scott
Of course, five stars! If you're a horror and sci-fi fan like me, what could be more horrible than swapping your chromosomes on a sub-atomic level with those of a common housefly? Read morePublished 2 months ago by MisterMedusa
THE DVD KEPT SKIPPING SO MUCH, IT WAS "UNWATCHABLE"!!!
NOW I'M STUCK WITH A CLASSIC MOVIE I CAN NOT EVER GIVE A WAY.