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Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first.

The Valse-Impromptu , Valse mélancolique and Valse de bravoure are by turns light and witty, delicate and languid, brilliant and cheerful works from Liszt’s early years as a concert performer, but all revised and eventually published in 1852 during Liszt’s time at Weimar. Although they are by no means among Liszt’s most important works, they are all full of charm and originality, and their neglect seems inexplicable.

Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first.

The Valse-Impromptu , Valse mélancolique and Valse de bravoure are by turns light and witty, delicate and languid, brilliant and cheerful works from Liszt’s early years as a concert performer, but all revised and eventually published in 1852 during Liszt’s time at Weimar. Although they are by no means among Liszt’s most important works, they are all full of charm and originality, and their neglect seems inexplicable.

There are some pacing problems here and the big twist that the film delivers towards the end isn't all that difficult to see coming if you pay close enough attention. Still, you could do a lot worse than this. The movie has its own quirky appeal and those with an affinity for devilish seventies horror pictures should find enough to enjoy here to make this worth a watch.

Audio chores are handled by an English language DTS-HD Mono track. No alternate language options are provided although English subtitles are included here. There's good clarity here, nice range and balance and at times some noticeable depth. There are no problems with any hiss or distortion to note..

Aside from that we get a trailer for the feature and bonus trailers for Jennifer , Deranged and Burnt Offerings . Static menus and chapter selection are provided.

Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first.

The Valse-Impromptu , Valse mélancolique and Valse de bravoure are by turns light and witty, delicate and languid, brilliant and cheerful works from Liszt’s early years as a concert performer, but all revised and eventually published in 1852 during Liszt’s time at Weimar. Although they are by no means among Liszt’s most important works, they are all full of charm and originality, and their neglect seems inexplicable.

There are some pacing problems here and the big twist that the film delivers towards the end isn't all that difficult to see coming if you pay close enough attention. Still, you could do a lot worse than this. The movie has its own quirky appeal and those with an affinity for devilish seventies horror pictures should find enough to enjoy here to make this worth a watch.

Audio chores are handled by an English language DTS-HD Mono track. No alternate language options are provided although English subtitles are included here. There's good clarity here, nice range and balance and at times some noticeable depth. There are no problems with any hiss or distortion to note..

Aside from that we get a trailer for the feature and bonus trailers for Jennifer , Deranged and Burnt Offerings . Static menus and chapter selection are provided.

I’ve always liked this movie, and agree very much that it has a total TV feel but it works! Really interesting female characters and lovely actresses, you’re so right. I haven’t seen this one in a while but I was hung up on it for a while when it used to play on local TV a lot. I definitely need to watch it again! Thanks for reminding me of a very different and entertaining horror film!

I’ve always liked this movie, and agree very much that it has a total TV feel but it works! Really interesting female characters and lovely actresses, you’re so right. I haven’t seen this one in a while but I was hung up on it for a while when it used to play on local TV a lot. I definitely need to watch it again! Thanks for reminding me of a very different and entertaining horror film!

The first time I saw the movie was on TV as well. I think it was the late ’70s. Probably ’78 or ’79 but it really frightened me and it was edited for TV. I’m not sure why it bothered me so much but I think the absence of any obvious “good guys” as well as the fuzzy nature of the dream sequences really unnerved me at a young age. I didn’t talk too much about Pamelyn Ferdin in my post since her part in the film is minor but it’s also extremely important. Hopefully this will encourage a few people to re-watch it like I recently did or see it for the first time.

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Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first.

The Valse-Impromptu , Valse mélancolique and Valse de bravoure are by turns light and witty, delicate and languid, brilliant and cheerful works from Liszt’s early years as a concert performer, but all revised and eventually published in 1852 during Liszt’s time at Weimar. Although they are by no means among Liszt’s most important works, they are all full of charm and originality, and their neglect seems inexplicable.

There are some pacing problems here and the big twist that the film delivers towards the end isn't all that difficult to see coming if you pay close enough attention. Still, you could do a lot worse than this. The movie has its own quirky appeal and those with an affinity for devilish seventies horror pictures should find enough to enjoy here to make this worth a watch.

Audio chores are handled by an English language DTS-HD Mono track. No alternate language options are provided although English subtitles are included here. There's good clarity here, nice range and balance and at times some noticeable depth. There are no problems with any hiss or distortion to note..

Aside from that we get a trailer for the feature and bonus trailers for Jennifer , Deranged and Burnt Offerings . Static menus and chapter selection are provided.

I’ve always liked this movie, and agree very much that it has a total TV feel but it works! Really interesting female characters and lovely actresses, you’re so right. I haven’t seen this one in a while but I was hung up on it for a while when it used to play on local TV a lot. I definitely need to watch it again! Thanks for reminding me of a very different and entertaining horror film!

I’ve always liked this movie, and agree very much that it has a total TV feel but it works! Really interesting female characters and lovely actresses, you’re so right. I haven’t seen this one in a while but I was hung up on it for a while when it used to play on local TV a lot. I definitely need to watch it again! Thanks for reminding me of a very different and entertaining horror film!

The first time I saw the movie was on TV as well. I think it was the late ’70s. Probably ’78 or ’79 but it really frightened me and it was edited for TV. I’m not sure why it bothered me so much but I think the absence of any obvious “good guys” as well as the fuzzy nature of the dream sequences really unnerved me at a young age. I didn’t talk too much about Pamelyn Ferdin in my post since her part in the film is minor but it’s also extremely important. Hopefully this will encourage a few people to re-watch it like I recently did or see it for the first time.


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