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    28 Days Later - the movie

    I purchased 28 Days Later and ReAnimator movies recently when VUDU was running a Zombie films promo, 2 movies for $10. I tried watching 28 Days Later recently and the quality was absolutely horrible, resolution equal to a bad VHS copy. I emailed VUDU support the next day and other than an automated response got no other message from them.

    Anyone else with a copy of this film on VUDU? If so how do you perceive the quality? Thanks.

    #2
    Re: 28 Days Later - the movie

    It's supposed to look like that. It was shot on small digital video cameras to give it a you-are-there, shot by amateurs using whatever equipment they had with them, look...

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      #3
      Re: 28 Days Later - the movie

      While there is some credence to your post - it shouldn't look this bad.

      28 Days Later

      Technical Specifications:

      Showing all 9 technical specifications

      Runtime: 1 hr 53 min (113 min)

      Sound: Mix Dolby Digital

      Color: Color (Technicolor)

      Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1

      Camera: Arriflex Cameras and Lenses

      Canon XL-1S, Canon EC and EJ Prime Lenses with Optex adapter

      Laboratory: Technicolor, UK
      The Moving Picture Company (MPC), London, UK

      Negative Format: 35 mm (final scene)

      Video: (PAL)
      8 mm (flashback scene)

      Cinematographic Process: D1
      DV
      Spherical
      Super 8
      Printed Film Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 2383)

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        #4
        Re: 28 Days Later - the movie

        I watched the Blu-ray when it first came out. I thought the quality was horrible. I couldn't finish it. Later I read that it was the intended look. The movie just doesn't look good regardless of the format.

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          #5
          Re: 28 Days Later - the movie

          See here...

          http://forum.dvdtalk.com/hd-talk/514...o-quality.html

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            #6
            Re: 28 Days Later - the movie

            Originally posted by moelarrycurly View Post
            While there is some credence to your post - it shouldn't look this bad.

            28 Days Later

            Technical Specifications:

            Showing all 9 technical specifications

            Runtime: 1 hr 53 min (113 min)

            Sound: Mix Dolby Digital

            Color: Color (Technicolor)

            Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1

            Camera: Arriflex Cameras and Lenses

            Canon XL-1S, Canon EC and EJ Prime Lenses with Optex adapter

            Laboratory: Technicolor, UK
            The Moving Picture Company (MPC), London, UK

            Negative Format: 35 mm (final scene)

            Video: (PAL)
            8 mm (flashback scene)

            Cinematographic Process: D1
            DV
            Spherical
            Super 8
            Printed Film Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 2383)
            It doesn't matter what was used to make the movie if it was intended to look the way it looks.

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              #7
              Re: 28 Days Later - the movie

              Go to the last five to ten minutes of the movie... that was the part shot with the highest resolution camera... it wasn't meant to look bad. That's the part that will look HD. The rest of the film looks terrible almost VHS quality. Like everyone said, it's how it was intended to look. It looked that way in theaters too when it came out...

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                #8
                Re: 28 Days Later - the movie

                Thanks for the input (and link) guys. I guess I'll just chalk this one up to a bad choice on my part. Shame.

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                  #9
                  Re: 28 Days Later - the movie

                  Originally posted by moelarrycurly View Post
                  Thanks for the input (and link) guys. I guess I'll just chalk this one up to a bad choice on my part. Shame.
                  It's not a shame. It's a great movie.

                  Do you complain that movies should all be in color? Widescreen? Stereo? 5.1? Some things are creative decisions and some are a product of their time. Regardless, that's how it was filmed. It doesn't affect the enjoyment of the movie. That's how it's supposed to be.

                  I'd rather watch that than its sequel.

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                    #10
                    Re: 28 Days Later - the movie

                    Agreed I loved the 28 days franchise.

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                      #11
                      Re: 28 Days Later - the movie

                      Originally posted by moelarrycurly View Post
                      Thanks for the input (and link) guys. I guess I'll just chalk this one up to a bad choice on my part. Shame.
                      This makes no sense.

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