Originally Posted by wuther
You mean they brightened it or something else?
Every home video release (at least the laserdisc, various PAL and Japanese dvd and vhs releases that I've seen) feature a slight greenish tint which imo, never really looked right. I've never seen the film in a theater and have no idea if those home video releases are the result of incorrect or accurate transfers but the new Synapse blu-ray has significantly warmer, more natural looking color timing which I personally prefer.
The movie itself is one of Hammer's better vampire flicks, easily the best of the "Karnstein trilogy," anyway. Peter Cushings performance as the puritan vampire/witch hunter is also one of his best.