This transfer of Fleischer’s B-film cheapie boasts a crisp image and strong contrast levels.
In a perfect world, Fleischer’s rowdy super-production would be in regular 70mm rotation at our few surviving repertory movie houses.
Shout! Factory wasn’t quite able to rouse itself up to its typical standard with The Amityville Horror Trilogy, which is understandable considering the general dullness of the films themselves. Horror fans are advised to look elsewhere.
It remains a treat for fans of cheesy science fiction and Charlton's Heston's blustery, pseudo-messianic '70s-era heroes.
It champions film’s transcendent power to enhance one’s appreciation of life’s boundless wonders.