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Cemetery Man

4K Ultra HD Blu-ray

  • Score: 82

    from 3 reviewers

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  • Michele Soavi's 'Cemetery Man' shines as a stylish, quirky horror-comedy gem, now in superb 4K UHD quality; highly recommended for fans of the genre.

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    True 4K


    Dolby Vision

    Dolby Atmos


    Dolby TrueHD

  • Video: 87

  • Cemetery Man's 4K UHD debut by Severin Films boasts an HEVC/H.265 2160p transfer in 1.67:1 with HDR/Dolby Vision, delivering stunning definition, vivid primaries, and exceptional fine detail despite some thick, yellow grain and occasional rough visuals. The Cinecitta negative's 4K scan, approved by Michele Soavi, makes for an essential upgrade.

  • Audio: 90

  • Cemetery Man's audio presentation impresses with Dolby Atmos, DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, and 2.0 options in English; Dolby Digital 2.0 in Italian. The Atmos track offers a slightly tighter, refined soundstage with clean dialogue and immersive effects, while the DTS-HD MA 5.1 mix remains a formidable alternative.

  • Extra: 77

  • Cemetery Man's 4K UHD release boasts a robust package including Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and insightful commentary by Michele Soavi and Gianni Romoli. Despite fewer extras than the limited edition, it still delivers substantial content with new interviews and archival materials, though the exclusive soundtrack CD is missed.

  • Movie: 82

  • "Cemetery Man" ("Dellamorte Dellamore") is an eccentric blend of horror, romance, and black comedy, distinguished by its surreal narrative, striking visuals, and Rupert Everett's charismatic performance. Though rich in gore and dark humor, the 4K UHD Blu-ray edition misses some extra features but still offers a visually compelling presentation.


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