Blu ray screencaps from Total Recall.
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Forget the lacklustre remake and it's PG-13 violence, this is the original and best version of the film, made in 1990 and starring Arnold Schwarzennegger in one of his best film roles, it was directed by Paul Verhoeven, the supporting cast includes some well known faces, among these are Sharon Stone, Michael Ironside, Rachel Ticotin and Ronny Cox, the film is based on the short story We Can Remember It For You Wholesale by Philip K. Dick, a sci-fi writer who has contributed so much not only to the literary world but to the world of cinema with so many of his short stories adapted for film.
The transfer itself is superb, forget the previous releases of this film, all of them were de-grained and colour timed wrongly, they lost sharpness due to the grain removal and did not look like they should, the USA Lionsgate release is/was especially bad, don't listen to those people saying it's too grainy, the film grain needs to be preserved to keep the detail intact and provide a film like experience in the home, on LCD/Plasma televisions the film grain may indeed be more prominent looking but it is a healthy part of a great movie transfer, projector owners in particular will love this blu ray release, it's highly detailed and looks as it should.
Total Recall was made the same year CDS came out, CDS was a digital surround sound system, its downfall was that you could not utilize the space on the 35mm film for optical sound thus if the CDS track failed cinemagoers would be left with absolutely no sound, the format died because of this, it would be two years later before Dolby Digital and Batman Returns was released and three years before Jurassic Park and the DTS format, unfortunately Total Recall was not one of the early CDS encoded releases and the soundtrack pre-dates digital by a few years, don't expect lots of split surround activity, this is a front heavy soundtrack and the subwoofer channel does not get the type of deep bass typically found in modern films, it's good, it's just not great, all the sound channels are used but not to the same degree as a modern mixed action film, i did enjoy the movie score, it's atmospheric and the score sounds very good on this blu ray edition.
The film is very enjoyable, this was made in the days of the R rated action flick, more violence, more profanity and more gore, just how i like my action flicks, it's such a shame that most big budget action flicks from the last decade went the PG-13 route, some have been enjoyable but have most certainly had their power reduced by the decision to go PG-13, even some of the so called R rated flicks have been soft rather than pushing the boundaries of the certificate, buy this release and go back in time and re-visit a sci-fi action classic, static grain may look very bad to you on these BD screencaps but when the image is moving you will see fabulous detail, remember that the sharpness control needs to be low on your television/projector or you will get edge enhancement halo's and boost the grain and it will look ugly.
Take note that this release is encoded for Region B only and has a DTS HD Master Audio 5.1 soundtrack.
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