The Bird With the Crystal Plumage - 4K Ultra HD (Standard Edition)

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Giallo perfection. 4K exemplified.

I had the fortune to see a really nice print of Bird with the Crystal Plumage on the big screen about 30 years ago, and it was a revelation to watch it in Techniscope - a far cry from the awful Vampix video release and terrible ITV screenings. I've owned it on LaserDisc, DVD, Blu-Ray, the "interesting" Univisium Blu-ray (sorry guys...) and remastered Blu-ray - but I think you get my drift by now. I've seen it in many forms, but only the 4K edition has given me that exact feeling I had when I saw it on the big screen. The transfer is flawless, showcasing exactly what celluloid can do when given enough love - detail is superb, bringing out textures which were fuzzy even on the best of the other releases. Grain is wonderfully abundant, allowing the aforementioned detail in the first place - it brings to the film to life. HDR grading is skilfully done, allowing HDR-10 and especially Dolby Vision to give the film contrast and a colour spectrum never seen before. If you have even wondered just how BWTCP looked on film, then this is even better! I pre-ordered the Arte Originale edition direct from Arrow when I had the chance, but the standard release contains the same perfect transfer and a plethora of posters and lobby-card repros - some of which are now on the wall of my Man-Cave. Any fan of cool cinema needs this in their collection.

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