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Crisp Bacon

Kevin Bacon in 4K. What more do you want? Oh, okay. How about a genuinely funny script, special effects that haven't become cringe-inducingly bad with age, a hugely enjoyable B-movie atmosphere that remains fun from start to finish, and the simple fact that Tremors takes itself *just* the right amount of seriously while never removing its tongue from its cheek? Highly recommended!

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An Absolute Classic - in 4K!

Taking advantage of this being on sale, I finally decided to upgrade from my now 20-year old DVD. The difference in picture quality was incredible, although if you've seen anything in 4K then you'll know that already. The film itself is essentially Jaws, but set in a desert with huge worm type things instead of a shark (and Kevin Bacon). The creatures respond to noise (hence, 'Tremors'), so expect some highly tense moments. Much like Jaws it spawned many sequels, although none were anywhere near as good. I'd highly recommend this both to anyone who hasn't seen it, but also to anyone still watching an old DVD or VHS copy!

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