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You've got company coming over and want to make a lasting impression on them with your expensive new home theater system. Quick - what DVD can you play that will instantly blow their minds? Now if you're anything like me, you can sit there staring at hundreds of DVD titles and yet draw a blank when it comes to showcase pieces. Well, no more! Just use one of these fantastic demonstration scenes as submitted by our members.

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Submitted by David on 04/21/03.
(10 votes)
Location:Whole film - only 9 mins long
Features:Sound and Vision!
Description:This Claude Lelouche cult classic is only 9 minutes long. A Ferrari 250 being driven through early summer morning 1970's Paris streets with camera on the front. No stunts, no SFX, no practice, no closed streets. Most hair raising experience you will ever get as you go through red lights and avoid pedestrians. Arrests were made following its release! One critic said "Makes Bullit look like a cartoon". Re-released by Spirit Level films. A must have.

Submitted by Steve on 02/28/06.
Resident Evil and Resident Evil Apocalypse
(1 vote)
Location:Everywhere and Everything
Features:Huge Deep Rumbling Base and surrounds
Description:These two Movies have it all you wont get a better demo movie to show your system off to your vistors. A bit on the Gory side. But the sound WOW.The BASS is that intence it actually cracked my floorboards, serious.

Submitted by Pedro on 03/05/04.
Road to Perdition
(1 vote)
Location:Chapter 2
Features:Front Speakers Exercise
Description:The Machine Gun Scene.

Submitted by Bil Irving on 10/18/02.
Roger Waters: In The Flesh Live
(1 vote)
Location:Chapter 17
Features:Sound moving across all speakers
Description:"Stop Dave... will you stop Dave? mind is going...I can feel it...". The sound (sampled from 2001: A Space Odyssey) moves all around the room while Roger's music gently tantalises your senses. Almost a moment of perfect beauty in sound.

Submitted by Skippy on 03/23/00.
(6 votes)
Location:Grenade into car
Features:Awesome bass
Description:When Deniro shoots the grenade launcher at the parked car, and then at the moving car, the bass shakes your whole room! incredible!

Submitted by Dan on 04/08/02.
(2 votes)
Location:All of it...
Features:the small things in life
Description:Except for the obvious car chase scene/explosions & stuff, I didn't expect this movie to excel in 5.1, but listen for the simple things. All the way through, there's stuff like doors shutting in one rear speaker or a passing car panning across one side when it's not even relevant to the scene, but adding realism nontheless. A lot of effort's gone into this.

Submitted by Terry on 03/21/00.
Roy Orbison-Black & White night
(8 votes)
Location:Song-Pretty Woman
Features:Dts Audio Demo
Description:One of the best sounding audio clips I've ever heard. Great video clip as well featuring Springsteen and others playing backup.

Submitted by D. Crawford on 02/23/02.
Rules of Engagement
(1 vote)
Location:first chapter
Features:Quiet whisper to loud morter fire
Description:This scene will have you diving on the floor for cover and turning your head to see who's talking behind you and from left to right. You hear the foot steps through the jungle and the impact of bullits hitting and whezzing by

Submitted by Matt Zabel on 10/05/05.
Saints and Soldiers
(1 vote)
Location:Shooting Scenes
Features:Great Surround for a low budget film
Description:The sound of the rifles is amazing and VERY realistic...long echo and decay....which is a nice change of pace from most pop-gun sounding WWII movies....even better than SPR rifles imo. Considering this was a low budget film it was very refreshing to see they saved a few buck for great sound.

Submitted by craig cushing on 10/17/00.
(2 votes)
Features:dts or dolby 5:1
Description:excellent audio all types of music. must see.

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