"Snuff" is a notorious film that elicited public patronige upon its theatrical release by telling them they may see someone die on screen. But the film has value beyond its titillating back story. "Snuff" is actually three films in one. But I won't tell you where the dividing lines are. Just know that this is a very low budget, experimental horror movie that was completed over a number of years. Most of the techniques it uses to horrify, or at least disturb, the audience are unique to mass marketed movies. I'm actually amazed it made it to DVD. "Snuff" should be watched because it's different.
As for the disk itself: There is no title screen, no extras, no scene index. You just put the thing in and it plays. If you try to use scene index it will send you back to the beginning. I like this. The makers of this film didn't want the audience to be able to jump from scene to scene. Films are, contrary to popular belief, designed to play strait through without the audience being able to interrupt or reorganize them. This disk preserves "Snuff"'s integrity.
The print is as good as it'll ever be.