Wednesday, July 24, 2013

WELCOME BACK . . . WITH FEW UPDATES

hello...it's been a while since my last presence here...it doesn't mean i have lost my interest in that blog or legendary and cinema classic title
( we all know of which i'm talking about )

i've been more focused on my other project
www.BlackRebelMotorcycleClub-Blog.com
related to one of my favorite band...but here we're back again with some fresh, new details regarding David Fincher "Se7en"

i've just bought PC Blu-Ray writer and one of the first to the collection was...
yes, that's right !

Premium Collection Steelbook ( Blu-ray & UV Copy ) SE7EN Blu-ray !!!


you can grab it here.....but hurry up only 14 left in stock ! 

it looks great and have impressive video and DTS-HD Master audio with almost, if not the same extra features as recent 2 DVD editions

so....let's see it again for a.......156 time :)

Saturday, October 2, 2010

SE7EN REMASTERED BLU-RAY IS OUT...



Se7en Blu-ray, Video Quality

  4.8461538461538 of 5


Warner Brothers delivers Se7en to Blu-ray with a fantastically filmic 1080p transfer that dazzles through every shadowy detail and and low-light environment that define the bulk of the film. Blacks are critical to Se7en, and this first-class Blu-ray transfer handles them to perfection, seeing the film's every dark corner brought to gloriously rich and absorbing life with exemplary shadow detail and black levels that never appear too gray or in any way unnatural. Clarity is striking throughout the image, too, even through the dense shadows and low-light conditions that populate the picture. Detail -- such as lines in faces and the texture of clothing -- is scrumptious insofar as objects are visible, though detail never flounders even under the darkest of conditions. Colors are muted and not at all vibrant, but they follow the film's intended visual style; Warner Brothers' Blu-ray release captures every hue as it was meant to be seen. Flesh tones are generally stable though a few scenes see characters taking on a slightly orange appearance. Additionally, slight banding a few halos around objects offset against brighter backdrops are visible, but neither seem like much cause for alarm in the grand scheme of the transfer. Se7en retains a handsome layer of film grain and appears free of malicious digital scrubbing. All told, Se7en represents one of the most natural, absorbing, and breathtakingly filmic transfers available on Blu-ray.



Se7en Blu-ray, Audio Quality

  4.8461538461538 of 5


Se7en's wonderfully absorbing DTS-HD MA 7.1 lossless audio soundtrack delivers a full-on sonic assault. Whether the picture's relentlessly rainy atmospherics that create a seamless sense of immersion or the sounds of the city that bring the picture's unnamed but certainly lively setting to vivid life, Warner Brothers' soundtrack delivers nonstop ambience that's second-to-none. If there's a fault to be found with the track's unusually aggressive atmospherics, it's that dialogue is sometimes somewhat difficult to make out when competing with the most dominant of elements, though such is the case with only a handful of scenes. Additionally, Se7en features a prolific low end that devastates the listening area; anything not bolted down is prone to toppling over or scooting off a shelf, and while the track's bass isn't as tight and natural as that found on the absolute best soundtracks, its sheer force nicely supports the picture's heavy, industrial, raw sound. Music is equally potent with a prominent rear-channel element, and like the low end, it lacks in absolute clarity but delivers an as-intended rough and powerful sonic experience. Various gunshots are delivered with a dangerously convincing force, and other action-oriented scenes, like much of the rest of the track, seem to spill from every corner of the listening area but with strongly-realized precision and power. Se7en's might not be the most naturally-engulfing or pristinely-realized soundtrack out there, but Warner Brothers' lossless presentation seems quite faithful to the source and delivers a one-of-a-kind listening experience.