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Video: How Does the Disc Look?
There's a little noise here and there on this 2.35:1 1080p transfer, but Angels Crest looks pretty darned sharp overall. Shot on the Red One camera, there's not a lot of room for missteps here: Color quality is strong and well-defined, black levels are sturdy throughout, and detail is often impressively punchy, lending the movie a vividness that almost helps its narrative causes (almost). There are no major examples of edge enhancement or compression artifacting, either, which is always a plus.
Audio: How Does the Disc Sound?
There isn't a lot of smoke and mirrors on this DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound mix, but it delivers the movie's original design appropriately, so it would seem. Dialogue is audible throughout, atmospherics and effects have a clean pop to them, and while surrounds aren't exploited excessively, when they do kick in, the results are pretty immersive and involving. For a simple mix, one could do a lot worse.
English SDH and Spanish subtitles are included.