La nuit des morts-vivants

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La nuit des morts-vivants

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Cool :)

A ce propos, est-ce que vous avez des infos sur la qualité du BD Dawn of the dead ? J'hésite encore...
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George Kaplan wrote:A ce propos, est-ce que vous avez des infos sur la qualité du BD Dawn of the dead ? J'hésite encore...
J'en ai touché deux mots quelque part, il est techniquement satisfaisant, mais attention, il ne comprend que la version salles américaines.
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D'apres Dvdtimes:
Night of the Living Dead - George A. Romero’s zombie classic is given a remastered release and includes a 90 minute documentary on the director.
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Sortie le 15 septembre finalement:
http://www.dvdactive.com/news/releases/ ... dead3.html

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C'est très correct d'après dvdactive.
Aucun sous titres par contre.
http://www.dvdactive.com/reviews/dvd/ni ... -dead.html
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The Blu-ray is presented in its original 1.33:1 ratio and despite the age of the movie, looks pretty damn sweet in HD. There are no noticeable artefacts, specs, or dirt, and the details are generally clear especially on faces. Look out for the beads of sweat on Ben’s face in some scenes—they really show off the HD transfer. Saying that, some of the wide shots suffer quite a bit, the film's age really begins to show as the image gets a little hazy and the detail in the backgrounds drop considerably and unfortunately this is all the more noticeable when these shots are spliced between the close ups that are a hell of a lot better.