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Scream (2022) [Blu-ray] [Region A & B & C]

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the new 4K image for Scream 2 is every bit as impressive as that of the 4K release of the first film Whites are bright and intense and skin tones are faithful to natural complexion. The picture appears free of source blemishes and encode abnormalities.

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Scream Blu-ray delivers great video and reference-quality audio in this exceptional Blu-ray release Behind the Scenes features two brief offerings, On the 'Scream' Set (SD; 3:25), which offers Craven being interviewed and shows some scenes being filmed, and Drew Barrymore (SD; 2:53), which consists of a look at Scream's famous opening sequence being filmed.This is the 2022 version of Scream, not a re-release of the original classic 1996 film Scream, directed by the late Wes Craven. It is much like the original Scream understands exactly what, well, Scream should look like in 2022. It's very effective and quite a bit satisfying, but the film lags Long familiar with the genre, director Wes Craven clearly shows he's having fun with the material and many of its self-referential aspects. He doesn't shy away from satirizing the horror films of his peers or his own works. He knowingly exposes many of the flaws in a worn-out plot structure as well as admiration for some its finer features, namely the mystery and suspense. The legendary director shows the careful hand of an experienced filmmaker, pacing the scares and tension with a patience that builds. The camera lingers with moody silence just long enough before breaking into typical jump tactics. It's a technical characteristic that can be appreciated as the work of a skilled storyteller, and Craven reveals he hasn't lost touch of that with 'Scream.' For this Blu-ray edition, the same assortment of supplements are carried over from the previous DVD release.

Scream Blu-ray (United Kingdom)

Paramount brings Scream to Blu-ray with most of the legacy extras from the 2011 disc (note the absence of a trailer collage) andBut as only Craven and Williamson could do, it was so much more. Not just content with advancing the stories of our core cast and with poking fun at its very existence as only a Scream movie could do, thematically there are notions of the impact of film and of all media not just on its audience, but through history, the blurring of reality and artifice and how we, the viewer, react and embrace that and most importantly, on top of all that, and something that so much modern message horror seems to forget, it was a very good, effective and wholly entertaining ‘horror movie’. We reviewed this Region free UK Ultra HD Blu-ray release on a JVC-DLA N5 Ultra HD 4K projector and a Panasonic DP-UB9000 Dolby Vision/HDR10 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player. The full list of supplemental features included are all on the accompanying 1080p disc (unless mentioned below): letdown following up that experience. This is fine in a vacuum, however, with format appropriate clarity to faces, adequate intimacy to skin details and

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Much of Scream feels like direct remake, and it's supposed to; that the film holds so many connections with the original and the larger Scream remains a very effective genre film and a loving homage to all things Horror cinema. Paramount's newly remastered Blu-ray breathesAudio Commentary — Director Wes Craven joins screenwriter Kevin Williamson for a very enjoyable conversation about the movie and its various clever references. The two men talk extensively about the plot, characters and influences. Showing plenty of pride in their work together, they also share their thoughts on the film and how each impacted the script during production. that spark; it feels a little forced whereas Craven's original classic played more organically. It is not likely that these characters – those who survive, self-aware about how the so-called "requels" (remakes that are also sequels) work by bringing elements of the original into a story with new Q&A With Cast and Crew is similarly split into two sort of random questionings, What is Your Favorite Scary Movie? (SD; 2:44) and Why Are People So Fascinated By Horror Films? (SD; 2:31)

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English, EnglishSDH, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Cantonese, Dutch, Korean, Thai( less) and bit of applied makeup in key scenes, such as when Sidney speaks with Gail outside the school after punching her the night before midway through processing, revealing a pleasing presentation that may not match the UHD for complexity and supremely fine detail but that does offer sharp elements Paramount has released the 1996 Wes Craven Horror film 'Scream' to the Blu-ray format. The 1080p presentation has been remastered andacross the board. Faces and clothes are obviously highlights for the remastered 1080p picture's excellence, both showcases for the firm, fine, precision Scream 2 was shot on 35mm film using Panavision Panaflex Platinum cameras and Panavision Primo and C-Series lenses, capturing the images anamorphically. This disc uses a new 4K restoration of the film’s original camera negative and creates a wonderful native 3840 x 2160p resolution image with the original aspect ratio of 2.39:1 faithfully preserved using a 10-bit video depth, both High Dynamic Range flavours (HDR10 and Dolby Vision) and encoded using the HEVC (H.265) codec. For more about Scream and the Scream Blu-ray release, see Scream Blu-ray Review published by Martin Liebman on November 3, 2021 where this Blu-ray release scored 4.0 out of 5.

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