Time for my first review then:banana: ORCA DER KILLERWAL (Released by Kinowelt) The Film (A) Orca is in many words a pure and simple classic, skilfully Directed, Shot, Acted and with a terrific score by Ennio Morricone (in my opinion his best). The film opens with a sensational parody of that other dangerous seafaring creature movie and quickly shows us that Orca is king. Orca opened with a lukewarm critical response but did well at the boxoffice regardless. Lambasted as a Jaws ripoff and even though Dino De Laurentis commisioned it as one, the cast and crew made it become so much more. With some great creature effects (and a little gore to boot), and a terrificly maniacal performance by the late great Richard Harris, Orca is and always will be an underrated, unappreciated, underdog classic. Picture (A-) The picture is a majestic 2:35:1. Packed with colour and detail this DVD looks greater than the original cinema release. Sound (B) The Sound is mono :cry: but if using a surround system the sound still packs a punch. Overall (A) A great movie (and even if youre not a fan you have to admit its a damn good way to spend some 89 mins) given a good A/V treatment by Kinowelt (The people who gave us the spec. eds of Cat's Eye, They Live etc.) and although more features would have been welcome, the trailer is suffice. A good disc well worth picking up.