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The Warriors (Blu-ray)

Featuring: Michael Beck, James Remar & Deborah Van Valkenburgh

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

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  Because we got the streets suckers !

| | See all Splitscreen83's reviews (2)

We all know the film is great.
But, what is so impressive is the sheer quality of this Blu Ray transfer !
This is the very best in picture quality considering the age of the movie.
Awesome job !

  Comic Style - Gang Warfare in HD ... yes please !

| | See all Ironaiden's reviews (3)

Walter Hill's classic has finally received a brilliant re-mastering, into a stunning 1080p blu ray, which is almost faultless. I love it when old classics are restored with such attention to detail, and not just upscaled to 1080p, you can definitely see the benefits from cleaning up the original master. If you want a great film, that looks stunning and will have you gripped from start to finish then be sure to pick this up !

  Fav cult classic

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This is one of my all time favourite films which i first saw in the cinema way back in 1979. I have owned a copy of The Warriors on video tape, dvd, and now blu ray. Must have watched this film more than 20+ times over the years, and it still entertains me as much today as it did 30 years ago. Thirty years ago ! I must be getting very old. You Warriors are good, real good.


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What a pleasure to meet again all these NY gangs ! The Warriors, the Furies, the Riff,... The long and dangerous road to return to Coney Island...
This film is a cult-classic, a must-see, and image never look so perfect than on this Blu-Ray !


| | See all davidoug's reviews (1)

absolutely tremendous transfer, this is one of my favourtie films from the early years of my childhood and at firdst i thoght blue ray cannot be that good, but yes it is, perfect picture and sound look slike a film made last year or present day, if your thinking that cant be true, buy it and if your disappointed il give you yor money back lol !!!!!!
5 stars

  The Warriors

| | See all elric01's reviews (2)

First saw this film on its cinema release in the UK, I have watched the DVD many times and now have the Blu Ray release which is excellent a MUST buy.


| | See all MikeyB72's reviews (48)

Saw this film about 8 years ago on BBC2 and was hooked
Has to be in my top 20 movies, just such a great film.
Plenty of fancy dress options in this as well, The Baseball furies !!

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  The Warriors in HD!

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This is an amazing film and should be watched in HD. It looks great and sounds great. I would deffinately pick this up.

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  Warriors Rule OK?

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The Warriors is a fun, but dated romp through the mean streets of New York. It becomes obvious by watching, that the director admits he never intended to make a realistic film-the whole thing is structured like a videogame as our heroes fight their way through the different "levels" of the hostile city neighbourhoods. Despite it`s rating, what violence is on show is pretty wimpish & cartoonish by modern standards mainly because "The Warriors" are constantly running away. Even so, it`s fast paced & boasts an amazingly sharp image with virtually zero grain on display. All of the extras from the recent DVD release are included in a good package, although the audio is a bit limp wristed in places. If you ignore the ridiculous clothes, cringeworthy dialogue & the straight faced insanity of it all, The Warriors is a bona fide cheesy classic. It`s super fast, no questions asked Saturday Night with a beer in the hand entertainment. Good stuff.

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