The Dead Eyes of London 2004 Horror Movie Review
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As a lifelong fan of German krimi, I was thoroughly disappointed in the very low quality of print reproduction on this dvd. It is as though someone recorded an analog television broadcast of the film on slow-play video tape, made a copy of that tape on another slow-play tape, and then transferred this second-generation, taped mess straight to dvd without any attempt at resolution or clean-up. Although “Dead Eyes” is one of the better films of this genre, I could not bear to watch any more than five minutes of this attractively-packaged garbage. Avoid this piece of crap!!!
About The Dead Eyes of London (2004)
The Dead Eyes of London
Eddie Arent, Karin Baal, Ady Berber, Dieter Borsche, Joachim Fuchsberger,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
NR (Not Rated)Runtime:
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