Excerpt: Recommended for fans only. Note: While video quality could certainly be better, this Blu-ray still offers a nice improvement over the previous DVD release, therefore making it a worthwhile upgrade for fans in my opinion (especially considering the budget price).
Excerpt: It was still fun after viewing this again. Valentine "Val" McKee (Kevin Bacon) and Earl Basset (Fred Ward) notice a dead person at the top of an electrical tower. The person died of thirst with a gun in his hands. Rhonda LeBeck (Finn Carter) has seen the creature killed by Val and Earl. Rhonda based on the seismology tests that there are 3 more beasts.
Excerpt: A backwater town is stalked by giant underground creatures intent on gobbling up its inhabitants. Ron Underwood's affectionate homage to and parody of the Hollywood creature feature was a big enough hit to warrant a trio of straight to DVD sequels, mainly because of it's light-hearted approach and cast of hugely likeable characters.
Excerpt: If you haven't seen Tremors yet, you've been missing out. Today, these type of movies either go straight to video or to the syfy channel and are buried in obscurity. Fortunately due to VHS rentals and cable TV networks like USA and TBS, Tremors found it's way onto a lot of television sets in the early 90's. Thankfully, it has stood the test of time and remains an extremely fun monster movie!
Excerpt: This is one of my favorite movies, but I'm sad to report that the video quality is terrible. It's definitely the worst-looking Blu-Ray in my collection. There is so much DNR applied that there's hardly any detail left at all. Edge Enhancement was there, as well, although not as bad as the DNR. It's also a very dirty print, lots of specks and dirt in most scenes. The audio quality is fine, at least.
Those tentacles shoot out...hook ya...then pull ya right in
17 November 2010
Excerpt: I've always been fond of Tremors (and it's only worthy sequel, Tremors 2), so picking this up was a no brainer given the multiple viewings I've had with the DVD copy. Tremors is the kinda film where the cast saves the movie from its DTV (Direct to Video) Sci-Fi channel-esque story. Movies like Tremors come out DTV all the time and fail miserably because they seem to lack that special something that makes bad movies really good and thats F-U-N fun and Tremors deals that...