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Video: How Does the Disc Look?
Lionsgate continues to set a gold standard for crappy movies looking and sounding amazing in high-definition with Dark Tide's exceptional 1080p transfer. This 2.35:1 presentation showcases lush color accuracy, dark and consistent black levels, and a punchy, crisp detail quality that never lets up. There are perhaps a few instances of aliasing to nitpick about - you'd really have to pay close attention to find them - but otherwise, Dark Tide (in all its crappy glory) looks wonderful here.
Audio: How Does the Disc Sound?
Dark Tide also sounds amazing on Blu-ray, coming to the format with a DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound mix that is dynamic and effective. Dialogue is clean as a whistle, and while the movie's sound design isn't outrageously provocative in any major way, surrounds do get utilized frequently and effectively, and the movie's musical score has a lush firmness to it. No major complaints.
English, English SDH, and Spanish subtitles are included.