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Average review score based on 3 user reviews
I have the VHS, DVD and D-VHS (digital theater) versions of this movie. The VHS version has roughly the same 220 or so lines of resolution. The DVD of course is much better quality at 400. The Digital Theater (D-VHS) VHS at 1080i is the best for sure and was way ahead of it's time, coming out years before Blu-Ray and HD-DVD. Unfortunately, D-VHS never caught on and is now out of production (since 2005). Movies are no longer available through JVC's Digital Theater website but are listed on Amazon, Half, eBay, and other sites as well.
I do not have a Sony Blu-Ray machine, but I believe that this movie is also out in that format as well. You would have a similar viewing experience watching it in Blu-Ray HD as you would with D-VHS.
I own the Trilogy. I lost my copy of "The Mummy Returns" and this is a replacement. The Mummy Returns is my favorite episode of the trilogy. And I will own the latest installment when it comes out. I just hope the new actress is as good as Rachel Weisz. She and Brendan Frazier have a chemistry in those two movies that very few actors are actually able to achieve, yet all desperately try to achieve. They are great!
i just love the mummy series. I have them all now. Good for a rainning day. we have alot of those in Mississippi. I have seen this one, but did not have it. Await the last one. I have not seen it.