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Friday, January 27, 2017

Black Dragon's Revenge (1975, Blu-Ray Edition by The Film Detective)

For the first time in High Definition, The Black Dragon’s Revenge (1975)

BD-R | 1975 | 90 min | Color | Not Rated | 2.35:1 | Region Free | Trailer |Dolby Digital Sound | Closed Captioning

Code Red DVD’s edition of The Black Dragon’s Revenge (now out-of-print) was long considered the superior digital transfer of this title, but no longer.

The Film Detective’s edition is as detailed as the film’s celluloid will allow, features accurate color rendition and a 2.35:1 aspect ratio with an even slightly wider field of view by comparison. We recommend this as a worthy successor to all previous home video releases, as the current “Definitive Edition” of The Black Dragon’s Revenge.

Available to purchase this Tuesday! 

-Michael R. Gibson-


Anonymous said...

Hello. Bought this brand new, I'm umfamiliar with Film Detective. When I opened the case to get the disc I couldn't help to notice that the bottom of the disc is dark or black. Is that how it suppose to be? I read that dark or black is an bootleg?

Michael R. Gibson said...

This edition of The Black Dragon's Revenge is MOD (Manufactured on Demand) via a BD-R (Blu-ray disc recordable), but it's not a "bootleg." Many companies do this to save on overhead - Warner Brothers, MGM, FOX...

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