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El equipo DeepStar Six tiene como objetivo crear un emplazamiento para armas nucleares en el fondo del oceano.

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  • Audio: Inglés
  • Subtítulos: Alemán
  • Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación española (ICAA): Unknown
  • Estudio: Regasa Clau Promocions, S.L.
  • Duración: 93.00 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 2.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B0055KO6YQ
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...pero viene sin un sólo extra, lo que se podría perdonar, pero el sonido, aunque mantiene el excelente y nostálgico doblaje en castellano original, está defectuoso; no se oye bien en algunos pequeños tramos del metraje, sencillamente porque al hacer la copia para DVD, no se molestaron en remasterizar la banda de sonido, porque imagino que creerían que no les resultaba rentable. Es como si cogemos una cinta en VHS e, independientemente de cómo esté, hacemos una copia a un DVD. Una pena, aunque la peli sea entretenida.
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Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
Bluray prensado! precio de compra 8,15€.
Como viene siendo tipico en las ediciones de resen,la imagen tiene buena calidad.
El audio ya es un poco regular,tiene ese sonido o equalizacion un poco estridente y diria que algo saturado durante los primeros minutos.
luego o mejora o uno se acostumbra y suena algo mejor.
Por otro lado,como tambien viene siendo en ediciones de resen,en el minuto 36 hay una escena (un par de dialogos) en version original subtitulado.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Wonderful classic 23 de noviembre de 2013
Por Robyn B. Mcgorm - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Thrills of the unexpected under water mysteries, Yes one that is worth mentioning different to the Abyss and yet wonderful entertainment to watch. Suspense to a tee and the storyline and cast is fabulous. if you love horrors than this one is a must. The feeling of being with them in this classic is so real and not something to be missed, Something is lurking below and someone must pay, now that's it. No more as not to spoil it for you, I rated this an A grade plus for full on entertainment that kept me involved in the movie not wanting to leave it for a minute. so what are you waiting for, get a move on, go get the popcorn and refreshments sit a while, rest with your feet up to a unusual night of unpredicted events that's going to happen, you wont be disappointed. Enjoy!
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A fun, if pedestrian, underwater Alien ripoff. Poor, 4:3 aspect ratio DVD release. 6 de abril de 2017
Por Alex G. - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
While James Cameron's epic The Abyss and, to a lesser extent, Leviathan starring Robocop get more attention, Deep Star Six is the little underwater Alien ripoff that could. Directed by Sean S. Cunningham of Friday the 13th fame and featuring the late, great Miguel Ferrer, also of Robocop fame, Deep Star Six is a competently made film with pedestrian aspirations. It's the kind of film you turn your brain off for. It does however do a good job of reminding you just how forbidding of an existence it would be to live 2 miles down on the ocean floor. In fact, Deep Star Six features more deaths due to the environment and human error than to the monster itself. This DVD release is poor, with a 4:3 aspect ratio and a transfer that looks like it could have been sourced from an S-video, VHS transfer. Get the Japanese Blu-Ray for cheap, if you can.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas a visually pleasing sea monster attack movie with a meaningful plot. 11 de junio de 2013
Por Flwry_Pwr - Publicado en
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This is an enjoyable show about an ocean floor mission which uses well-delivered, well-made ships and machinery props too. The show tries to be realistic too in a successful way. For instance, a person can truly collapse from not equalizing his inner body pressure with the outside sea pressure. They used this subject effectively in the movie. Anyway the movie is presented as suspenseful although with a ray of hope for the crew's survival like many good edge-of-your-seat flicks. It features as one of the crew members Snyder, played by Miguel Ferrer, who seems to be disturbed and almost neurotic. He causes mishaps which leads the crew members to compounded disaster after the monster is known to be lurking somewhere around. There is a violent death of just about everyone and their alternative actions for safety slowly get used up. It seems like the antithesis to the crew's survival in the movie belongs to Snyder and his lack of caution as the real detriment to the sea mission. This is an interesting way to present the actual monster problem. I did think some of the scenery underwater was real pretty and effective for the movie. This movie was an adventurous and entertaining show with a cast which included some attractive and rather sexy women but they played strictly serious roles.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas COULD HAVE BEEN BETTER... 6 de marzo de 2017
Por Party Time !! - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Good movie but could have been better if paramount pumped some more money into it (they are usually so cheap with their horror movie budgets) the special effects are cool and the creature looks great but you hardly see it throughout the film. Definitely worth watching but it's nothing special.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Deep Sea Crew Discovers Large Beastie 13 de septiembre de 2014
Por Jillie Pintuck - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I saw this movie on VHS when it first came out, and I remember being scared by it. I just bought the DVD, and now, 25 years later, it is anything BUT scary. The image quality is not very good, although I'm not sure what could've been done about that. Technology has changed since 1988. :) The characters aren't bad, and there is tension building in places. (But I never hid my face!) The most impressive part of this movie is all the props. Inside the DeepStar Six, a team of explorers is working to build a Navy base on the ocean floor. They have a smaller base located near the edge of a trench, and a submersible to travel between the bases. The inside of this equipment looks realistic as far as I can tell, and it probably cost quite a bit. I remembered 2 scenes from 25 years ago: the shower scene where Scarpelli (Nia Peeples) runs out of water and gets assistance from a "friend," and the escape pod decompression scene. My favorite character is Collins (played by Nancy Everhard), who is supposed to be the first woman to graduate from the Navy SEALS. (Alright!) I thought the monster was scary enough, although his/her big eyes were kind of cute and probably wouldn't be found on a creature that lives in a deep sea cave without light. And what about the shotguns in the station? I don't think anyone would keep big guns in a pressurized underwater station for fear of breaching the hull. But, this is the Navy after all.

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