Summary: Predator started the great series of fast moving high energy si-fi films without trying for profound story plots or deep conservations about feelings. It went from introductions to the meat grinder less a forty minute wedding scene or some loving family story turned to revenge killing.
Summary: No one can hear you scream, in the jungle. This awesome action flick is about a group of Commandos are sent to a Central American region where they are supposed to fight hoodlums and thieves when a transparent killer shows up to teach them a lesson.
Excerpt: Unless you're in need of the bonus features, don't bother. Note: In terms of overall video quality, this release may very well be the worst I've seen on the Blu-ray format, as the presentation has literally been wrecked by way of digital noise reduction.
Not perfect, but still better than the previous Blu-Ray release
2 January 2014
Excerpt: This is obviously a very polarizing and controversial release. Some people hate it, while others like it. I'm somewhere in the middle. I happen to have a Pioneer Kuro Plasma so I know all about how "cinematic" movies are supposed to look.
Excerpt: "Predator" is one of my favorites. It's classic and somewhat timeless. The video quality SUCKS. When I bought this a couple of years ago, I thought it was just average, but now that I've owned and seen HUNDREDS of Blu-ray Discs, I'm a much more astute when looking at video qualities.
Summary: I thought it was really good. Although I felt like Arnold was a little too cocky in this one or the director focused a little too much on Arnold: Arnold was the head of the military squad, Arnold always showing off his muscles and obviously bigger and badder than everyone else, and he always wore an...
Excerpt: It's the official DNR edition of "Twentieth Century Fox Presents: Attack of the Wax People"! The prime example of DNR gone bad! Digital Noise Removal that makes all actors look like they came from a wax museum!