Conclusion: Eureka Entertainment's upcoming release of John Frankenheimer's Seconds is sourced from the same beautiful restoration of the film which Criterion introduced in 2013. Fans of the film residing in Region-B territories will be very pleased with the technical presentation.
Conclusion: As it approaches its fiftieth anniversary, John Frankenheimer's Seconds remains a creepy movie with the power to unsettle. This well-crafted black thriller is given stellar treatment from Criterion.
Conclusion: The fact that 'Seconds' failed to ignite the box office and then fell into semi-obscurity, only to be resurrected as something of a cult film years later, is reason enough to see this movie.
Conclusion: I could not be happier with Criterion's Blu-ray release of director John Frankenheimer's Seconds . The technical presentation is every bit as impressive as that of Elia Kazan's On the Waterfront .