For me, one of the most criminally underrated movies of the 1980s. Even though it was mildly successful, critics didn't love it much and it really hasn't found much traction since, unlike a few other 80s films. I saw it when it came out and loved it, and it's just become one of those movies I return to over and over, like Chinatown, Rosemary's Baby and The Court Jester. Debra Winger and Theresa Russell both shine here, even though it takes some getting used to what Miss Russell is doing. The rest of the cast is excellent straight down the line. Bob Rafelson did a really good job as director - no showing off, just telling the story and that story, by Ron Bass, is compelling and keeps me coming back for more. The score is also exemplary - it's by Michael Small and it's what real movie music is all about - and yes, it's available on Kritzerland The photography is wonderful - it marked Conrad Hall's return to the screen after a decade. The transfer is very nice with perfect color, good detail, and a dirt speck every now and then, which is so minor it's not even worth mentioning. Not sure if it's a brand new transfer or not, and it doesn't really matter, as it looks really nice. If you've never seen this, it's worth taking a chance on if you like Body Heat and other films of that ilk from the 1980s. The only Blu-ray review I found was from some guy I never heard of on a site I never heard of - he likened it to several Brian De Palma films - I'm afraid that comparison is so far from reality it's not even funny. This film resembles no Brian De Palma film that I know of, and frankly I prefer this to about 90% of Mr. De Palma's films. But that's neither here nor there. I had a great time watching it again and am listening to its fantastic soundtrack as I write this.