Corridors Of Blood

Corridors Of Blood

DVD Rating: **

Reviewed by: Trash Fletcher

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Corridors Of Blood is presented in the wonderful world of mono and a lovely 16:9 ratio. Whilst the disc itself features zero extras, it does come packaged with a rather interesting 24 page booklet that you'll find slightly entertaining if you like that sort of thing. It looks good, with stills from the film and it has that fresh glossy paper smell, which is nice.

The picture is grainy in places, but on the whole, it doesn't look too bad considering the era and the amount of time it spent lying around at MGM before it was finally released.

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And that's pretty much it, unless you'd like me to go into the wonders of the box itself, which features a DVD tray unlike any I've had the pleasure of using before. It works extremely well once you get over the initial few minutes of trying to push the bit in the middle to release the disc and finally realise that you just remove it from the edge instead. Quite sturdy, too.

Reviewed on: 18 Apr 2006
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A good doctor in Victorian London tries to help the poor but falls foul of evil men and drugs.
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Product Code: DD21464

Region: 2

Ratio: 4:3 / 16:9

Sound: Dolby Digital mono

Extras: 14-page illustrated booklet

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