I don't want to support bootlegging, but I'm pretty sure that I have inadvertently purchased a burnt copy of a British horror flick called Creep. -If this thread is in contrivance of forum rules then by all means close it!!-- My dilemma- With all it's warts as a story, I loved this DVD! This dub had to have been ripped from a commercial DVD as it had a director's commentary and a list of extras which I have not yet checked out. The soundstage on this disc was absolutely amazing. The aggressive use of the surrounds put you right in the middle of the claustrophobic underbelly of the London subway system! Aside from a few minor "artifacts" in complex patterns, the transfer of this film was also quite pleasing- colours were vibrant yet true to life in station scenes and shadow detail was excellent in the many tube scenes. As amazing as this transfer was, I would purchase an original copy to support the film makers and the original authors of this DVD. Unfortunately, the specs for the region 1 DVDs available on Amazon list the aspect ratio as being 1.85:1. My copy and the OAR are in glorious 2:35:1. This may be at odds with forum policy but my feelings against butchering a films aspect ratio are marginally stronger than my distaste of bootleggers. I don't have a region free player and even if I did, I have no idea were this transfer originally came from. Amazon's spec list is not in error as many online reviews from the DVD list it as 1.85:1 or 1.78:1. Is the an NTSC copy of this title in OAR that will play on my R1 player. I just noted that the cover art on the bootleg lists this dub as being PAL which the disc most certainly is not. Mr projector can accept PAL but my R1 pioneer player does not output it and this disc played flawlessly in my system. It is definitely a dual layered DVD.