4 Grain versus DNRgreen4head | 17/06/2009 | See all green4head's reviews (6)Does this have grain? Yep, as some have said quite a lot in some scenes. But film has grain, some film stock more than others. I wonder if all the people screaming about film grain complain when a transfer has been DNR'd to hell? I'll take grain every time. I would prefer less than is present in some scenes here but I would still rather have the grain than over enthusiastic application of DNR.If you can get past the grain issue, this is actually a very good (not great) transfer. The HD detail is very good and the colour timing issue of the previous DVD version seems to have been fixed. People saying the DVD (and even VHS!) look better - sorry, you need your eyes testing.What is noticible are the matte lines but that's to be expected with effects laden 80s films given the HD treatment. The sound is solid.Overall this is the best this film has looked and anyone saying different is mental. Yes it can look better - a 4k remaster would be nice - but it is FAR from 1 star as some have rated it.