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Video: How Does the Disc Look?
Klown comes to Blu-ray with burned-in subtitles, which isn't exactly optimal, but that's really the only area of complaint in terms of this 1.85:1 1080p transfer. Color quality is lovely and well-balanced, black levels are inky from start to finish, and detail is wonderfully sharp, with textures really popping off the screen. Compression artifacting and aliasing are also kept at bay fulfillingly. A solid presentation.
Audio: How Does the Disc Sound?
The DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound mix here isn't optimal, but it probably represents the film accurately. Dialogue is audible, to be sure, but music is often woefully overloud, and sometimes surrounds are too liberally utilized - rear channels are active to the point of distraction in some sequences. This is likely more due to the film's design than any misstep in terms of this lossless mix, but you'll definitely reach for the remote once or twice here.
A Danish Dolby Digital 5.1 sound mix is included, as are English subtitles.