Dr. Who and the Daleks 4K Blu-ray Review & Comments

brian s

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I've just watched it and the presentation was excellent but there was a major glitch towards the end. Just after the countdown was stopped the film went into pause with a lot of white picture distortion in the black border at the top of the screen. The film started again after a while. Playing that scene again immediately afterwards it was fine.

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brian s

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I'm now watching one of the extras. All of the clips from the film within in it have motion defects. Very disappointing.

Bri
 

NicolasB

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Finally got around to watching this. I'm wondering what is so potentially offensive about this film that they felt the need to add a warning notice at the start. It seems fairly innocuous to me.
 

NicolasB

Distinguished Member
Racism and extermination at a guess. :facepalm:
Well, but the racists are unambiguously the bad guys, and are defeated. That's not offensive.

Besides, the text of the message suggests that it's something to do with "period" attitudes that may be offensive to a "modern" audience. "Racism is bad" is an attitude that has not changed since 1965.
 

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