This is mainly in response to the other review complaining about the grain, saying its a bad transfer. Well, its meant to be like that. This is how the film was shot and its how it appeared in cinemas.
Grain doesn't always indicate a bad transfer, it can be something the director added - like in 300- or is basically just a byproduct of the film they used for shooting, like Total Recall for example. The grain has essentially always been there, its just that DVD didn't have the resolution to show it, and Bluray does.
Some people are unhappy with grain and anytime its apparent they slam the studio, saying they've mucked up the transfer etc, when really they haven't. The flipside is, go have a look at the reviews for Gladiator, the grain was part of the film, and the studios tried to remove it, as a result everything appears waxy and you loose the detail. Its awful. Juts cause something is on Bluray doesnt mean it'll automatically become all shiny. The film will look, as it's meant to look, warts and all.
As for this movie, I really liked it, easily the best Barker adaption i've seen. Looks great, very cinematic and plenty of blood -although often the CGI kind. You can currently get it for under a tenner on Bluray, and it's well worth it.