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Blade 2 (Blu-ray)

Featuring: Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson & Norman Reedus

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years & over

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  Blade 2 Blu-ray version

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Originally released at the cinema in the U K in March 2002 the sequel to the highly popular Blade movie finally comes to Blu-ray in the U K and just like its predecessor Blade 2 in HD has been worth the wait the DVD released in 2002 had DTS ES 6 1 surround sound as well as Dolby Digital EX 5 1 surround sound and Dolby 2 0 stereo sound this latest incarnation has DTS-HD master audio 7 1 there is also the same audio in 5 1 and is in full 1080p resolution which makes the colours and blacks really pop the soundtrack has a greater amount of detail the dialogue is easier to hear and the sequences involving small arms fire such as machine guns now jump out of the speakers and any scene that has an explosion in it shakes the room with lots of low end

There is a rare mistake on the back of the artwork the copy I have says the film is presented in 2 35 aspect ratio this is incorrect the presentation of this film is in the original 1 85 aspect ratio that the director filmed in and the running time is still 117 minutes just like the theatrical and DVD release there are subtitles for the hard of hearing in English and thats all the subs there are a little short-signed I would have said

Comparing the special the earlier 2002 release which was a double disc set this 50gb disc has the same special features and a couple of new ones which includes audio commentary from the director Guillermo del Torro where he unravels the multi-layered world he created for the Blade Universe and commentary from Wesley Snipes and writer David S Goyer

The features that where on the DVD set also appear such as The Blood Pact and deleted scenes with audio from the director and a music video from Cypress Hill

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