Picked this up as I've been on a Walter Hill binge. Not seen this in 30+ years I reckon.
Really enjoyed it I have to say. Always thought it was an odd project for Hill it would be nice to see what he has to say about it then and today. Very similar feel/editing/music to 48 HRS. without the violence obviously.
Disc tested on locked B player works no problems. Transfer is actually quite nice far better than the old 48 HRS. Paramount Blu-ray transfer for sure.
Would be a nice project for Powerhouse Indicator methinks.
Subtitles too for those that need them.
Blu-ray Review: Walter Hill’s “Crossroads” Is An Engaging Road Movie Infused With Some Spectacular Music
Ralph Macchio is Lightning Boy. A kid who can make a slide guitar sing. Blind Dog is an old pro who knows it. Together, they're headed to a place where deals are made. And legends are born. ...
Crossroads (1986) arrives on Blu-ray as part of Mill Creek Entertainment's Retro VHS Style series, with packaging designed to look like the VHS videocassettes of the 1980s and 1990s. Several other titles in the series have already been reviewed on The…
Plot: A young blues fan finds one of his idols and ends up traveling to Mississippi with him to a crossroads, where a deal with the devil must be reckoned with. Review: Eugene Martone (Ralph Macchio) is a frustrated student at Julliard, where his classical guitar training is being refined, but...
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Crossroads (Retro VHS Packaging), Blu-ray, Drama, 683904635068
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