Gringo & Le llamaban Trinidad Blu-Rays

By , March 14, 2014 11:23 pm

Well I finally checked the They Call Me Trinity Blu-Ray and I have to say it isn’t nearly as bad as I expected it to be based on the quality of the Gunfight at Red Sands disc. Way too much DNR for my tastes though but I think some will think it looks just fine if not even great.

The disc is region free and has an English audio track included. For some reason both Divisa’s website and the back of the box say the disc has Spanish and Italian/English audio track but there is only Spanish and English. Whether the English track has some parts in Italian I don’t know. I checked several scenes but those were all in English. Length of the movie is ~115 minutes so it would seem to be uncut unlike most of the available DVDs.
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Spaghetti Blus from Spain

By , March 14, 2014 6:31 pm

I have three kinds of news. The good, the bad and the ugly…

The good
In Spain Divisa Home Video and Mercury Films have made a deal to release over 300 Spanish (produced) films on Blu-Ray during the next three years, 10-12 titles per month and at least some of these releases will be spaghetti westerns. Yesterday was the day the first batch of discs came out and those included Blu-Rays of the Gunfight at Red Sands and They Call Me Trinity. In April they will be releasing the Trinity sequel and according to some Spanish articles the May releases will include God Forgives, I Don’t and Light the Fuse Sartana Is Coming.
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