BLU-RAY.COM GIVES HIGH PRAISES OF THE SWATH DVD 1080P TRANSFER ~ TAKE A LOOK AT THE SWATH DVD MENU & MORE
Blu-Ray.com provides a few screenshots of the SWATH DVD that is set to be released on September 11th.
Blu-Ray.com raves about its 1080p transfer onto DVD. Here is what they wrote:
"Snow White and the Huntsman Blu-ray delivers truly amazing video and audio in this exceptional Blu-ray release
The fairest of them all? Snow White and the Huntsman's 1080p/AVC-encoded video transfer, which stands as a stunning testament to the most enchanting aspects of the film: director Rupert Sanders' dark fairy tale aesthetic, Greig Fraser's seductive cinematography and Cedric Nicolas-Troyan's visual effects.
Colors are gorgeous, dripping with bewitching reds, ornate golds and bronzes, chilling grays and charcoals, and fittingly ominous blacks.The dazzling, sun-kissed hues of Tabor's days of plenty; the stony, black-glass gaze of the Queen's kingdom; the grimy, grungy muck of an impoverished, diseased village; the mossy greens and rich earthtones of the magical realms beyond the the Dark Forest... whether a slave to the darkness or an agent of the light, Sanders' fantasy remains a beautiful sight to behold. Detail is jaw dropping as well, and rarely falters. Edges are sharp, perfectly defined and, perhaps most importantly, free of troublesome ringing.
Fine textures are revelatory, showcasing every inch and seam of Colleen Atwood's costumes, every smudge of dirt and errant hair on Snow White's head, and every one of the Huntsman's scrapes, scars and bits of stubble. Delineation is excellent too, pushing back the shadows without reducing their role in Fraser's photography.
Better still, significant artifacting, banding, crush, aliasing or, really, anything that might give a good videophile pause is nowhere to be found. Snow White's transfer lovely and pure, and I have nothing but praise for its near-flawless presentation."
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