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Video: How Does the Disc Look?
The 2.40:1 1080p transfer here is appropriate, but never thoroughly eye-popping. Contrast is handled well, and color accuracy seems authentic enough, but detail quality doesn’t zap with clarity the way it should, and there are multiple examples of aliasing and banding to mention. It’s not that Silent Hill: Revelation comes to high-def with a poor presentation, but it could have definitely been better than this.
Audio: How Does the Disc Sound?
This DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound mix, though, is a doozy. Throwing every possible bell and whistle into the track as possible, this lossless presentation does all it can to freak viewers out, and while the movie itself is often laughable, this track makes quite a case for the film. Dialogue is clear, atmospherics are utilized early and often, and surround channels burp to life with marvelous effect. Fidelity is strong across the board, as well, with high- and low-ends represented cleanly and forcefully. A fine track, indeed.
English SDH and Spanish subtitles are included.