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  1.  Disapointing picture quality


    The Cat and the Canary is an absolute gem of a film.
    Very atmospheric with good performances all round, and of course, Bob Hope shines.
    My main big grudge is the picture quality. It looks like a bad dupe of a VHS transferred to DVD. If this were re-issued as a remaster I would definately buy it.
    The Ghost Breakers is nothing like as good a film, yet the print quality is quite good.
    Cat and the Canary Film 10/10 Picture quality 3/10
    Ghost Breakers Film 6/10 Picture quality 8/10


  2.  Stunning.. just stunning!


    I watched "Love Never Dies" last night on Blu Ray on it's day of release. I had seen the West End show and loved it, but this Melbourne production exceeded all my expectations. I was worried that the cast would have an Aussie accent, but that is not the case. The whole cast are just superb. The sets are very different from the London show and are amazing. If you liked Phantom, then treat yourself to this sumptious sequel. Thank you Andrew Lloyd Webber for making this available.
    Mike Jackson Tiverton Devon

  3.  Dynamic transfer of the stage show.


    I first saw The Car Man on stage at the Theatre Royal in Plymouth.
    It was breathtaking. Not a word is spoken yet the story unfolds with crystal clarity. Matthew Bourne has tranferred the story to a small town American garage with it's horny men and flirty women, and the story centres on a drifter looking for a job.
    I knew the music of Carmen fairly well before I saw the show, but it came over as fresh and dynamic. The DVD is a faithful transfer of the show, and still generates that theatre-going experience which is quite raunchy in parts. Thoroughly recommended.
    I hope it is available on Blu Ray one day.