The Ghosts of Monday appears in an aspect ratio of 2.39:1 on this Blu-ray Disc. The image felt good but erratic.
Sharpness tended to vary, though the majority of the movie seemed pretty accurate and precise. Still, some odd softness crept into the presentation more often than anticipated.
No issues with jagged edges or moiré effects occurred, and I saw no edge haloes. Source flaws remained absent.
The movie’s palette favored a mix of semi-pale blues and ambers. These didn’t excel but they seemed competent.
Blacks seemed reasonably dark, while shadows displayed appealing clarity. Nothing here dazzled, but the presentation appeared fairly positive.
Right off the bat, I docked the movie’s Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack some points due to its lossy nature. In 2023, Blu-rays should include lossless audio.
Otherwise this became a good mix, as it presented a pretty solid soundfield. Unsurprisingly, the story’s creepy mood added a nice sense of atmosphere.
Weather connected to the seashore brought useful material as well. The score bolstered the channels and created a nice impression.
Audio quality was fine, with speech that seemed natural and concise. Some effects came across as artificial – the movie’s foley work didn’t excel – but those elements at least sounded accurate and dynamic.
Music showed good range and impact. Despite the lossy nature of the material, this was a more than adequate mix.
A Slideshow spans two minutes, 58 seconds and brings s running montage of stills. It shows 40 shots from the movie to become a forgettable compilation.
In addition to the trailer for Monday, we locate some Previews. These give us ads for The Long Dark Trail, Frost, AK Tolstoy’s A Taste of Blood, The Hex, Baphomet and Skin Walker.
As a basic haunted house story, The Ghosts of Monday flops in all possible ways. Overcooked and silly, the movie possesses no obvious positives. The Blu-ray brings generally good picture and audio but it lacks notable bonus materials. Avoid this tedious attempt to horror.