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Reminiscence: The Beginning (2015/MVD Visual DVD)

Picture: B- Sound: B- Extras: D Film: C

Reminiscence: The Beginning (2015) is a decent low budget horror film that explores the possibilities of black holes in time and has some pretty effective violence and a few effective scares. The filmmakers were obviously influenced by Paranormal Activity and Darren Aronofsky when they penned the screenplay and while it never reaches that level, it is effective cinematic storytelling.

There are worlds, there are humans and there are Others. But there is only one Time which is the border between worlds. What if time breaks down? Reminiscence, based on true events and physics, telling the story of a couple that trying to experiment the unproved parallel time and black-hole theories. They traveled to a town called Cesme for their research. But what they will face is much beyond the human mind.

Presented in standard definition on DVD with an anamorphic widescreen aspect ratio of 1.78:1 and a lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 track, the film looks fine and being its limited budget doesn't really need a Blu-ray version to compliment it but it would be nice.

Extras are only a Visual Motion Menu, which I'm not sure even qualifies as an extra.

- James Harland Lockhart V



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