In The Tall Grass (2019) 720p -NF-WEB-DL – x264-AAC – 775MB – scOrp

[IMDb Rating]: 7.4/10 (99 votes)
[Metascore]: 46/100
[Awards]: None
[Genre]: Drama | Horror | Thriller
[MPAA/Certificate]: TV-MA
[Format]: mkv x.264
[Audio]: 2 Channel
[Resolution]: 1280×536
[Language]: English
[Country]: Canada
[Subtitles]: muxed
[Release Runtime]: 01:41:00
[Source]: 720p.WDL.NTG


USED a new encoding application and some new settings , give your honest feedback about the qulaity

Plot Outline

Directed by Vincenzo Natali. With Laysla De Oliveira, Avery Whitted, Patrick Wilson, Will Buie Jr.. After hearing a young boy’s cry for help, a sister and brother venture into a vast field of tall grass in Kansas but soon discover there may be no way out…and that something evil lurks within.




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Carl Comet

Thanks again, big scorp, for this. As for the quality: the encoding results look great on my screen. There is not much “action” going on and many shots are in twilight, so I don’t know how the encoder works on fast paced movements with many details in sunlight (for example a star wars battle scene on a desert planet), but the grass looks crisp, details are fine and the lettering in the end titles is sharp. A big like from me for the encoding so far.


Thank you scOrp for your hard work 🙂