Want to know what kind of content, sound, and video quality you'll receive on a particular DVD? VideoHound's DVD Guide provides the low-down in that inimitable VideoHound style. While DVDs potentially offer better picture and sound quality than VHS -- the ability to jump to particular scenes, multiple-language soundtracks and subtitles, and other VHS-defying features -- quality varies significantly. Consumers are rightly mystified as to what they may be buying or renting. How does the DVD release compare to the VHS? Is screen resolution and sound quality a dramatic step up? What kind of "extras" does the disc contain? And apart from all the technology, is the movie itself any good? With his patented bone rating and a multitude of DVD players blasting away, VideoHound takes the mystery out of the medium.
VideoHound's DVD Guide is the first complete reference to what is quickly becoming the format of choice for film fans everywhere. With 5,000 in-depth reviews and 100 photos to make it even more interesting, VideoHound's DVD Guide will become the video guide of choice as well.