Whenever I see the word "Netflix" attached to a new film release, I want to vomit. I have come to despise this company with its proprietary streaming-only business. MUDBOUND, OKJA, THE IRISHMAN, and a dozen more are not coming to Blu-ray in the foreseeable future. I refuse to pay for a streaming service so that I can watch an inferior-quality image of these films. Unfortunately, I guess this is working for the company, drawing people into their subscription program. But don't directors like Martin Scorcese, The Coen Brothers, Bong Joon-ho, etc. have any clout here -- don't they want their movies to be available to the masses for whom Netflix is either not an option or is simply inferior to HD Blu?