[quote=“Rutledal, post:267, topic:786”]Some screenshots and quick comments on the Django Collection Volume Two which I recently bought for its inclusion of Death is Sweet for a Soldier of God.
10.000 Dollars for a Massacre (on the set as 10,000 Dollars for Django)
It has that “fullscreen widescreen” thing going on where its in widescreen, but squeezed into 4:3. The picture quality is on par with any cheap set release of this film.
Django and Sartana… Showdown in the West (and not Django Defies Sartana as the box claims)
Fullscreen, sub-par and blurry image quality. Get the Shout! Factory disc.
Django Kills Silently
Probably the best looking film on the set, but its still just a compressed version of the Shout! Factory disc.
The Stranger’s Gundown (Django the Bastard) (on the set as Django the Avenger)
The only proper widescreen print of the set, but its the usual cheap print of this with the dark scenes are way to dark and you can’t see anything.
Kill Django, Kill First
Very washed out, very cheap looking fullscreen print with an added credits scene done in iMovie. Seems like a compressed version of the Oz disc with added credits.
Death Is Sweet From The Soldier Of God (on the set as Django Adios)
Claims to be remastered, but looks like an overly compressed .flv video. It is in actual widescreen too though, it just looks like crap. My guess is this is a compressed rip of a CG version or something. Some dialogue in Italian without subs.
Verdict: Avoid, Death is Sweet for a Soldier of God is the only one that doesn’t have a vastly superior official release, but any unofficial bootleg of the film must be better than this crap.[/quote]
I liked these for the price.