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Video: How Does the Disc Look?
Baron Blood was never meant to look pristine, but this 1080p transfer nevertheless makes the case for the movie appearing as natural and vivid as it ever has. With every element of its distinctly B-movie production coming through with reliable clarity, this presentation offers steady and inky black levels, crisp detail quality, and color accuracy that seems wonderfully representative. The transfer print isn't in sensational quality - there are elements of dirt and grime to point fingers at - but compression artifacting and aliasing are kept to a minimum.
Audio: How Does the Disc Sound?
The LPCM 2.0 track included here also showcases Baron Blood just as it should. The heavily looped dialogue is clean and (all things considered) audible, and its boomy music is beautifully cheesy here. This track isn't exactly the most accomplished piece of sound design in the history of cinema, but there's little doubt that Baron Blood fans will be thrilled with this lossless track.