A couple of years ago, I began referencing Universal’s classic home video releases as coming from the “new” Universal, as there was a different mindset in place.
Their latest forays into the genre that they essentially created, beginning in the 1920s, remain in top technical form.
The finest surviving elements have been located, scanned, restored, and preserved, and the resultant Blu-ray releases, along with DCPs, for those lucky enough to see these films theatrically, are now in place.
While there is, once again, a bit of duplication in titles from past Blu releases, the prices do not reflect it, especially with The Mummy Collection currently $25 on Amazon for six films and extras of high quality.
If ordering, be very aware that Amazon’s prices seem to reflect a certain schizophrenic nature at the moment, with multiple prices for the same product.
Great sets of films. Superb Quality. Terrific value, at around $4 per title.
Image – 5
Audio – 5
4k Up-rez – 5
Pass / Fail – Pass
Very Highly Recommended