BIZZZAARE. That's what I and my non-videophile friend said when watching this film the other night. I have a 16x9 direct-view 34" 480P Proscan TV running 480P from my panny rp91. I've saw somthing watching this dvd that i've never seen on any of the hundreds of dvds i've viewed on this system: In various dark areas of the picture...the blacks would get very blocky/noise (looked like bad video noise or MPEG artifacting) and turn BLUE!!! yes... very dark, but very obvious blue color! My non-videophile friend asked me "what's wrong with the blacks in the picture...they look blue and the whole movie has been like that...is this a bootleg DVD???" The review at dvdfile.com didn't notice this. I'd blame it on some calibration or odd setup in my system but this is the FIRST and ONLY dvd that's ever done anything like this in my system! Can some of you with this disc check it out closely...fiddle with your contrast settings and see if you see what I'm talking about? Adjusting my TV doesn't change anything. If anyone has a projector like the Sharp 10000 or the Infocus 7200 (which is VERY revealing in terms of black-level compression artifacting) I'd appreciate your impressions as well. Thanks!