|The OOP Bride of Frankenstein looks fantastic.|
Hmmmmm, "fantastic" is not the term I would use to describe this DVD. Check the framing compared to the VHS, as when the picture fades out in the hermit's hut and the Crucifix is held on screen for a second or so. Grain is excessive, as well.
Not really terrible
, but could (and should) be a whole lot better. For an average film from '35 I would say the transfer is acceptable, but not for BOF. The extras are nice, though.
These are some of the most controversial DVDs I know of. Some think they're great, others the nadir of the format. I guess I'm somewhere in-between.