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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Kyrsten Brad, Jun 4, 2018.
The Doors (1991) coming to UHD (4K) Blu-ray from Lionsgate July 2019.
Confirmed for October 1st, 2019. Steelbook version also being offered thru Best Buy.
Waterworld (1995) coming to UHD (4K) Blu-ray 9 July 2019 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
I can understand the possibility of the release tie in with theatrical release of the upcoming sequel... I hope that Paramount would consider pulling out the other one and only Tony Scott film made with Paramount to ride along with Tom Cruise heat as well.
On the audio visual remaster of Days of Thunder, height surround activity in Atmos may not help much in sonic experience, DDEX7.1 or dtsES could... Probably gives the old track an enveloping improvement. Visual wise, hopefully HDR could give those race car decos a boost in vibrancy, as well as compensation to skin tones of the characters in this modern age.
Paramount seems to be a bit slow on giving their catalogued titles 4k remaster release like Fox conservatively do, when compared to Warner and Universal.
I am now spinning my first edition region 1 DVD FaceOff, and PayCheck both release by Paramount, though the latter was made after Y2k.
Yep... It's John Woo's weekend today.
Should there be a UHDBD plan for F/O the sonic n visual experience could be a hit with HT buffs world wide.
Sonically, be it Atmos or dtsX jet runway fly arounds, prison escape, penthouse shootouts, church confrontation, sea chase action scenes... Man! What an impact!!!
Visually... While the movie brightness may get heightened, i'm concerned that such "light up" could destroy the somber and gloomy emotion that blends with the movie initially well...
Sonically, there wasn't much aerial stunts or flybys in the film. Most of the actions are "happening" around the audience, hence DDEX or DTSES should be sufficient to heightened the effects and impacts of the actions.
Visually, except on the boost on colors and dynamic range, hopefully 4k remaster could give the picture a cleanup in Fidelity.
Well... Those are just my wishes n suggestions.
Per The Digital Bits:
Stand By Me (1986) coming to UHD (4K) Blu-ray on 27 August 2019 Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.