Comparison between the international HD master (iTunes / Amazon.com) and the German Blu-ray from Shamrock Media
The label has thought along, because for a few scenes the rather strange color filter of the HD master has been adjusted. The HD version, which is already available on iTunes or Amazon.com, for example, often shows somewhat brighter colors, usually tending towards artificial orange, during gore moments. The old DVDs or even VHS evaluations showed the blood here in a much more natural hue. On the Shamrock Blu-ray, most of the film is identical, but these brief moments have been color-adjusted so that they come closer to what fans were used to.
Note: In addition to the widescreen version used for the cut report, thr film is also included on the Blu-ray in 1.33:1 Open Matte.
Runtimes correspond to both versions
When Christine shoots several nuns and also decapitates them, the color filter was adjusted throughout. Short reaction shots are also different as well as the last shot of the head rolling across the floor.
In the next confrontation between our two heroines and the nuns, the color scheme was changed again.
After the weapons have been reloaded, here are the next notable deviating shots, up to the well-known headshot in close-up.
When Christine saws off two heads with the machete, the colors were corrected again.
Some tinkering with the color scheme was done again for the shots on the boss nun.
One last time, when the boss nun wakes up again briefly.