Sylvester Stallone stars in this creepy mystery thriller as Jake Malloy, a cop who has become disturbed after a witnessing a horrific crime on the job. Jake checks into a rehab clinic for law officials to help make peace with his past and battle his drink problem, but when the patients start to be murdered one by one, Jake has to go back into action and stop this vicious killer.
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D-Tox is an excellent thriller/suspense film that will keep you guessing to the end who the killer is. Great to see Stallone not playing an over the top macho. The Blu-Ray has a superb video transfer, no grain, lots of the scenes take place in blizzards and the detail is just amazing in those scenes. Well worth the price.
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Yes it's an old film now, but watched in Bluray it makes for far better enjoyment of the content, which is fairly predictable Stallone to say the least. Everyone knows what to expect before even seeing the film when you see his name on the star list. Whilst it doesn't have the same luxurious textures as presented on the tranfers of, say, King Kong, Jurassic Park or Avatar, this hi-def version does heighten the viewing experience.
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