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THE STORY SO FAR…

“It may be our planet, but it’s their war!”

The deadliest creatures from the scariest sci-fi movies ever made face off for the first time on film. The incredible adventure begins when the discovery of an ancient pyramid buried in Antarctica sends a team of scientists and adventurers to the frozen continent. There, they make an even more terrifying discovery: two alien races engaged in the ultimate battle. Whoever wins…we lose.

 

SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Widescreen Theatrical Feature
  • Seamlessly Branched Unrated Cut
  • Commentary by Paul W.S. Andreson, Lance Henriksen & Sanaa Lathan
  • Commentary by Alec Gillis, Tom Woddruff & John Bruno
  • Trivia Track
  • D-Box Motion Enabled
  • Trailers (AVP, Behind Enemy Lines, Phone Booth, POTA, Transporter)

 

 

THE BREAKDOWN:

  • Video: I’ve now seen this film in the best presentation ever.Â
  • Audio: DTS HD 5.1 Master Lossless Audio
  • Extras: Multiple Cuts of film, Trivia Track, Commentaries and Trailers in HD
  • Packaging: Standard Blu-Ray keepcase.
  • Final Tally:Â 96% – A

THE THOUGHTS:

Paul W.S. Anderson gets no love from the film geek community. The guy has shown the ability to at least be semi-capable of using a camera. A decent script and his average hand brought about “Event Horizon”, which wasn’t that bad. But, you shouldn’t have to judge a filmmaker’s milieu by how he didn’t totally fuck up a project. That’s why he is FAIL!

 

The Blu-Ray disc for “Alien vs. Predator” is one of the first discs that really floored me. The DTS masterless audio really floored me, even though I had to process it over PCM instead of Bitstream. The color contrast in the high-grade transfer shows off what Blu-Ray can do at its finest. Colors of the same hue stand out, even when they’re layered upon one and other. There was a little bit of haze in the underground Pyramid sequences, but it lasted for a moment or two. There was nothing truly major about it.

 

The extras include two ported over commentaries. Then, there’s a trivia track that killed my damn eyes to read. That’s followed up with some trailers and a few other pieces that didn’t really stand out. I don’t get the purpose of this D Box Motion Control shit if 99% of the Home Theater community has no idea what it really does. Oh well, chalk up another useless technology being forced on the masses. This disc is a rental for most, a definite buy for others.
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