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Cathy's Curse

4K Ultra HD Blu-ray

Cauchemares

  • Score: 56

    from 2 reviewers

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  • Severin's upgraded release of 'Cathy's Curse' improves video quality and adds new features, making it a must-get for cult fans despite its fragmented screenplay.

    Cathy's Curse 4K UHD Blu-ray Front Cover

    Disc Release Date

    True 4K

    HDR10

    DTS-HD MA

  • Video: 71

  • "Cathy's Curse" on 4K UHD, presented by Severin Films, offers a significant upgrade with HEVC/H.265 2160p and AVC 1080p transfers. The 4K HDR enhances palette and detail, despite some grain inconsistency and minor color fluctuations. The release surpasses the previous 2017 Blu-ray but maintains the film's inherent uneven cinematography and modest visual improvements.

  • Audio: 66

  • The 4K UHD Blu-ray of 'Cathy's Curse' features a DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono track, identical to previous releases, providing clear dialogue and effects but lacking depth and dynamic range, with some noticeable hiss and recessed dialogue, particularly in the English track.

  • Extra: 61

  • The 4K UHD set of 'Cathy's Curse' includes both the Director’s Cut and U.S. Release Cut, featuring insightful audio commentaries by Brian Collins and Simon Barrett. It offers exclusive interviews, vintage trailers, and a unique LED slipcase. The release stands out for its technical restoration and engaging extras.

  • Movie: 51

  • The 4K UHD Blu-ray of ‘Cathy’s Curse’ significantly improves upon the original Severin 1080 version, showcasing a derivative yet entertaining 1970s independent Canadian horror film marked by shoddy effects, unexpected humor, and a standout, chilling performance by Randi Allen as a possessed child.

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