It's an anamorphic 1.85:1 transfer and it's a good one. There's little grain or flaws and the contrast is excellent. Occasionally there's a touch of Mpeg artifacting on light coloured backgrounds but for the most part the picture is clean and sharp with no bleed. The colour levels seem to be spot on with natural skin tones, at least on the humans (the ghostly figures look suitably pallid and grey). The black levels in the film are very deep and satisfying. You will often find the cinematographer bathing a scene with strong mood lighting such as a deep shade of blue, rendering the scene almost monochrome, yet the picture always stays vibrant and clear.