Scream 3: Dimension Collector's Series
Collector's Edition, Collector's ed.
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In this well-received sequel, Sidney Prescott lives in isolation while the rest of the players are involved in the making of the new "Stab 3" sequel. When a mysterious killer begins to murder the cast, Sidney is forced out of hiding and the game begins all over again.
- Outtakes from all 3 "Scream" movies
- Deleted scenes with commentary by director Wes Craven and crew
- Alternate Ending with Audio Commentary
- Creed Music Video "What If"
- "Scream 3" alternative ending
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The video transfer is very good. It is not as crisp as some but certainly an upgrade over the dvd. Colors are bright, close ups are clean with great detail. Black/white ratio is excellent. Both day and night scenes are well done. This all adds to a dramatic viewing experience. But the true star here is the audio. The DTS HD 5.1 track is amazing. Dialogue is always crisp and strong and your entire surround sound system will be put to great use throughout. Back speakers which are often not utilized well are definitely strong here. You will be jumping out of your skin as every effective scare is made that much stronger by the superb audio. It honestly was like watching the film for the first time. The blu ray transfer here turns a very well done film into something even better. It uses all blu ray has to offer in video and audio to make the viewing experience an amazing horror delight. Be prepared to shiver and shake and have your heart pumping fast. Highly recommended.
After a pointless, and very long opening, the film relocates from a college campus to Hollywood. The members of the STAB 3 cast are being killed by the masked one and the gratingly awful and highly cliched "who's the killer?" conversations follow.
People are chased down dark corridors...again. And loud noise, that is apparently music, attacks our inner ears and numbs our brains. In-jokes are lazy and not funny. Lance Henrikson is only in it for 2 seconds. And it gets quite boring. The only reason to watch this is the few decent ideas that are never realized or developed.
The DVD is in Dolby 5.1 and is anamorphically enhanced at 2.35:1.
I am writing the same review for Scream, Scream 2, and Scream 3.
These movies all have a 2.35:1 (or 2.40:1) aspect ratio. The video quality of these movies is very good to great. I rate it about 9.3 on a 10.0 scale (I have never rated a Blu-Ray below 4.0).
All 3 movies have DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio, which is adequate to very good.
I thought the movies were okay, but not great. I don't know if I am going to ever watch them again - I may sell them.