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It is one the worst DVD I have purchased up to now. Very shoddy transfer, washed colours, trembling images.
The sound seems to come from the adjacent room (with the door closed).
Mya exploits the passion of many customers throughout the world. Alpha video quality at Criterion price.
What a bargain!
All this at, more or less, the price of a Criterion DVD.
This is the last time ever that I buy a DVD from Mya.
Shame on you!
Before Klaus Kinski hooked up with Werner Herzog, he was synonymous with bad Eurohorror flicks, and this is one of them. I do have a weakness for bad European horror and cult films, so I know this firsthand. (If you like Kinski during this era, try on 'Liz and Helen', 'Asylum Erotica' or 'Jack The Ripper'). But this is a tired re-tread of the films I mentioned earlier, all far superior, so see this at your own discretion.
Back to MYA communications, pimps of bad movies made worse through slipshod reproductions - MYA must be an acronym for 'Mislead Your Audience' because, with very few exceptions, all of their releases are sourced from the WORST possible prints - they appear to be 3rd generation VHS copies, with rolling picture lines, glitches and blemishes galore, poor audio, no contrast, washed out or flaming `hot' colors, you name it - if it's anything that makes your viewing experience painful, it's right there.
It appears to be a goal or hidden agenda of theirs - even when they re-release movies on the now-defunct NoShame label, whose audio and video were impeccable and had tons of extras, MYA finds a wretched copy of the film and releases it bare-bones - no featurettes, trailers, bios, filmographies, inserts, etc. AND they're charging Criterion release pricing for these atrocities!Read more ›
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I've read the reviews about this film included within this title but they seem to be forgetting one important thing, Mya Communication has given us the opportunity to see a rare... Read morePublished on May 18, 2010 by William Amazzini
What is this company thinking to put out a pricey DVD that looks like the worst public domain VHS rip? Do they think customers are blind? This is really making me angry. Read morePublished on December 2, 2009 by Herbivore