Shout’s Blu-ray for John Carpenter’s film boasts a wonderful HD transfer, though the flimsy extras verge on making this a barebones release.
Justin Kelly’s film is more interested in rushing through the narrative’s events than contemplating their environment.
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Susan Seidelman’s attempts to provide positive, alternative representations of marginalized people and problems is overly ambitious.
Twilight Time unleashes The Fury onto Blu-ray with a moderately successful upgrade in A/V quality and a paucity of extras.
A brick of a set clearly trying to out-super-duper all previous models. A little overkill? Why resist?
Whatever spurred Twilight Time to commit Steel Magnolias to a 3,000-disc run, the results look generally pretty good.