I Still See You Blu-ray Review
Release Date: December 11, 2018
Run time: 96 minutes
Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1
Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
Disc Spec: 1 BD / 1 DVD
This was a nice little ghost mystery. No horror here. At least, not in my opinion. I thought that this was a well thought out movie that was intriguing. It seemed to move at a somewhat steady pace but begins to rush a bit the closer it gets towards the end. The concept behind the movie was interesting but it still stays on the familiar course of most ghost films. While it started out with the hope of something new, I was left wishing there had been something a little more fresh than what was presented.
Movie Quality: 7/10
The print is presented in 1080p/AVC MPEG-4 with a 2.40:1 aspect ratio. ‘I Still See You’ is a pleasant surprise exceeding my expectations. There is a supernatural look and darker colors that are used throughout the entire film. This helps set the tone and mood throughout the entire film. Colors are deep and well saturated throughout the entire presentation. I found blacks to be strong and inky. Flesh tones are also natural. All this adds to a very good image presentation on Blu-ray which fans of the film will feel right at home.
Print Quality: 9.5/10
The audio is presented in a DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 mix. ‘I Still See You’ is a very explosive suspense film from the start filling the soundfield as if you are in the middle of the action. What this film does is fill the missing gap the last few years with suspense that builds up. There are a lot here which works well with the audio mix giving this a demo worthy experience. Panning effects are very well done as you hear bullets whizzing from speaker to speaker. The sound is very crisp throughout. Bass is punchy. Dialogue is clean through the center channel and is nice and loud.
Audio Quality: 9.5/10
- Audio Commentary with Director Scott Speer and Actress Bella Thorne
- Remnants: Manifesting I Still See You [HD]
- Break My Heart 1000 Times: Novel to Screen [HD]
- Deleted Scenes [HD]
Special Features: 6/10
Overall this isn’t bad. The acting is decent and the story will keep you interested. If you are looking for something scary, this probably isn’t going to fill your order but it is a nice ghost story nonetheless.
Overall Rating: 7/10