Blue Underground brings the film to Blu-ray with a 2K scan that gives it more image detail than ever before on home video.
Clark’s holiday-themed shocker gets a striking 2K upgrade and a thick-stacked slate of extras.
I wasn’t the only person to see the connection to Porky’s.
Quentin Tarantino is one of those directors that thoroughly divides people: You either love to hate him, or hate to love him.
The DVD box hails this as being “digitally restored” but doesn’t improve on the drive-in quality of the picture, with uneven skin tones and lots of grain.