Still no 4k hdr extended versions, so garbage.
- Includes booklet
- T2: Reprogramming The Terminator documentary (including exclusive interviews with James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Edward Furlong and many more) – 55 mins
- 2 Feature Commentaries; 23 Members of Cast & Crew (1993)/Director James & Co-Author William Wisher
- The Making of T2 (1993)
- Seamless Branching Of The Theatrical Version (137 mins approx.)
- Special Edition Version (154 mins approx.)
- Extended Special Edition Version (156 mins approx.)
- 2 Deleted Scenes With Audio Commentary
- Trailers – T2:3D (2017)
- T2 Theatrical Trailer ‘This Time There Are Two’/’Same Make New Mission’/’Building The Perfect Arnold
I enjoyed them. Not as much as the first two films but they're still good. Fingers crossed on an Alien 4k hdr boxset.
I'm always jealous of UK UHD packaging. cases are such better quality for collectors. the only good thing about US packaging is it saves shelf space"Nothing stops. Nothing, or you will do the hardest time there is. No more protection from the guards, I'll pull you out of that one-bunk Hilton and cast you down with the Sodomites. You'll think you've been fucked by a train!"
No good without Army of Darkness though.
Brand New ‘The Evil Dead Groovy Collection’ Includes the First Two Films in 4K Plus “Ash vs. Evil Dead”!The Evil Dead franchise has had no shortage of physical media releases over the years, and yet another brand new box set is on the way with “The Evil Dead Groovy Collection“! This new collection brings The Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2, and all three seasons of “Ash vs. Evil Dead” to 4K Ultra HD […]bloody-disgusting.com
It’s possible. Dr. Strangelove got a stand-alone release and there was another…I think it was Lawrence Of Arabia but I could be wrong.For the Columbia Classics movies, do those come out individually? Not sure if I would get the entire set since I haven't seen them all but I'd pick up Taxi Driver and The Social Network.
Really wouldn't checking out the first pirates on the 4k's. I would be more interested in the Atmos than the 4k.
This might be a little off topic but it’s not worth its own thread so maybe one of you can opine:
My buddy and I are gonna marathon LotR tomorrow at his place and he’s got a 4K tv. I’ve got a PS5 and the blu rays from like ten years ago, 1080p. He’s also got HBO max which streams in 4K. What’s likely to be the best picture quality? I’m thinking streaming compression at 4K vs 1080p with less compression? Are the HBO versions the updated remasters that are on the 4K blu rays?
This is also not official, but our sources are reporting that Frank Darabont’s The Green Mile (1999) is coming to 4K Ultra HD from Warner early next year. The expected street date is 2/22/22.
And I promised you a little a little more Warner Bros. catalog 4K news, didn’t I? Well, our industry sources are now telling us to expect Joel Schumacher’s The Lost Boys to arrive in 4K Ultra HD from the studio next year, along with Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen’s Singin’ in the Rain. The former celebrates its 35th anniversary in 2022, while the latter celebrates its 70th. It should be noted that Tobe Hooper’s Poltergeist and Michael Curtiz’s Casablanca also celebrate major anniversaries next year (the 40th and 80th, respectively), so consider those possible for release in 4K nextyear as well. (But note that I don’t have any kind of confirmation on those as yet.)