Are you talking about the version that was just reissued or the old tapes? Sharon >Does anyone else have the Limited Edition of _The Evil Dead_? What seems >like the definitive release actually has (at least in my copy) rectangular >ghosts from the beginning of the assemble edit to the end, though they're >usually only visible during dark scenes, and in this remastered version, >there are far fewer of those. I've seen two copies of the collector's >widescreen version of _Evil Dead II_ (also from Anchor Bay), because the >first had damage to the hifi tracks and I had to return it. >Unfortunately, they both had a loud buzz like a fan (not a chainsaw) from >the beginning of the assemble edit. I'm wondering if Anchor Bay might >have inadvertantly the "not quite" best ever video presentations of these >films. Still, even with the ghosts, which looks like pale letterboxing, >only moving, it's better than the UAV tape I rented from Blockbuster: >grainy, low-fi, and a generation from a VHS master (which is how it seems >UAV records all its videos, even if they do have the rights to). > >Scott ---- Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the University of Alabama.