The quality of the picture is great, the sound is OK, but then it was never originally intended to be Sci-Fi material.
The biggest problemn I have is that while claiming that the DVD is in "widescreen format", suggesting that they have preserved the entire image that would have been seen on a movie theater screen, they did nothing of the sort. Instead, all they did was lop off some of the bottom and the top of the screen, SUBTRACTING from the original image, resulting an a FAKE "widescreen" format. Therefore, you're actually getting LESS of the original image than if it were done in the normal full frame format. This is verified by comparing the DVD scenes with the normal video tape of the same film.
We can all argue whether or not we like the Widescreen format or not, but the idea of presenting a film in "widescreen" is to PRESERVE the entire image that was shot with a high aspect ratio, not remove some of the image from a film that was shot with the normal ratio!!! (...)