Twilight Time, the small batch movie distro company that has been wowing movie fans as of late, has taken a new step into our collective horror past by bringing on the De Palma gold. The Fury is a movie that is much talked about and yet never talked about... at least not at the same length as some of his other features. You'll hear the crowd chat up Dressed to Kill and Carrie and Phantom of the Paradise and Sisters and that will be before you step outside of the horror genre to discuss Scarface and the Untouchables. What we all miss is that The Fury is in a way a nice follow up companion to Carrie and shot with the same care and attention and well deserving of a proper release.
The movie looks like it was painted on your television. Beautiful blues and yellows cascade across the screen as the camera twirls you into deep ocean blues right before a machine gun destroys a human life. Blood rushing from under finger nails and out of eyeballs and mouths might as well be streaked down your damn plasma screen (pun fully intended). The Twilight Time features some new artwork for the cover that while it may not appeal to the horror-nostalgic purists, it does keep tasteful. Once again you'll be treated to liner notes that tell the story of The Fury though I do wish we would get a full exta features on all the Twilight Time releases. You have a brilliant transfer to keep you happy.