Brian DePalma's 1978 The Fury, is in some ways a follow-up to his Carrie -- it's a horror film that revels in psychic affairs, telekinesis, and it's a great deal of fun.
Brought to us by Twilight Time, it's a Fox film, and following Fox's general pattern of quality HD masters, it's a beauty.
Color, shadow detail, resolution are all intact in a beautifully stable image. The grain structure is totally film-like. So much so that when we hit a long dupe shot, as part of a function, about 9 minutes in, you can easily see the difference.
A wonderful addition to the libraries of both horror collectors and fans of Kirk Douglas and John Cassavetes, The Fury is a great deal of fun.
Image - 5
Audio - 5 (DTS-HD MA 4.0)