Displaying items by tag: Avengers: Endgame 4K review

Today’s new update is a quickie, as we’re in full Blu-ray and 4K review mode here at the site, trying to catch up on a backlog titles worthy of our attention. As such, we’ve just posted my thoughts on the Russos’ Avengers: Endgame in 4K Ultra HD from Marvel and Disney, along with a tag-team review by Tim and myself of Duncan Jones’ Moon in 4K from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Both are well worth a look, and Endgame in particular really shines in 4K with HDR, with a great Dolby Atmos mix to boot. So don’t miss them.

And we’re working on more, including Jonny Quest: The Complete Series, Alita: Battle Angel (4K) and much more.

Now then, the big news today is that Paramount has finally relented to releasing its beloved holiday classic It’s a Wonderful Life on physical 4K Ultra HD. Look for it on 10/29, months after it first became available digitally in 4K. The good news is that the film has been completely restored and scanned in full native 4K from the original nitrate camera negative (along with two fine grain masters made in the 1940s), so it should look and sound fantastic. Extras will include the colorized version of the film on Blu-ray along with the classic extras. You can see the cover artwork at the left. [Read on here...]

Published in My Two Cents

Bits Latest Tweets

The Digital Bits
Bits #BD Review – @timsalmons spins John Russo's low budget #horror film MIDNIGHT aka THE BACKWOODS MASSACRE—now available on #Bluray from @SeverinFilms in its uncut version with great extras from @redshirtpict. @BillHuntBits thedigitalbits.com/item/midnight-…
The Digital Bits
Bits #BD Review – @stephenbjork checks out the REGION-FREE #Bluray release of John Sturges' #Western LAST TRAIN FROM GUN HILL from @imprint_films and @viavisionent—now available with a new audio commentary by the late Stephen Prince. @BillHuntBits thedigitalbits.com/item/last-trai…
The Digital Bits
Today on The Bits – David Fincher’s Panic Room is coming to #4K at last, plus Bagdad Cafe, Lupin the 3rd: Mystery of Mamo, Trekkies 25th & much more thedigitalbits.com/columns/my-two…