There's not much of a PQ difference in the new MCU titles, other than HDR. Mostly because they are pushing the limits of the blu-ray format, and getting the best PQ as possible. But the colours do really pop!I recently purchased a 4K TV and have an Xbox One S for playback! I don’t have that many MCU titles so a lot of the 4K releases for those will be first time purchases.
The big upcoming release I’m looking forward to is Apocalypse Now, but I’m keen on upgrading as many films I have as possible, bearing in mind the cost and importing also. I’d buy more often from SecondSpin but I like slipcovers and there isn’t a garuantee there.
Whereabouts do you sell digital codes? I have a couple I’ll never use and wouldn’t mind making a few quid.There's not much of a PQ difference in the new MCU titles, other than HDR. Mostly because they are pushing the limits of the blu-ray format, and getting the best PQ as possible. But the colours do really pop!
I usually wait for big sales and then go crazy lol. I got The Dark Knight trilogy for $42 shipped to Denmark, then I sell the digital codes, as they go for around $25, which knocks a lot off of the price. I like when Amazon do the sales, like Prime Day and Black Friday. This can be done with basically any US title that come with digital codes.
At the moment the only ones I want is the MCU titles, John Wick 3, Hobbs and Shaw and Creed. Other than that I would love more catalouge titles would get a release. The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Star Wars and could go on forever.
To what @NormanicGrav said, I'm also looking forward to receiving Shadow. The reviewer on blu-ray.com gave it a 5/5 for both PQ and AQ. Hoping to get mine next Monday!
Other than that, I would also be interested in The Shining, Apocalypse Now and Scarface. Haven't seen any of them, so I would either have to blind buy them at great prices or lending from my library beforehand.
Whereabouts do you sell digital codes? I have a couple I’ll never use and wouldn’t mind making a few quid.
I’ll give them both a look. I lurk the former often so maybe I’ll find a buyer.Blu-ray.com, but found out that there's a subreddit for it, where there's a lot of members, so there should be good possibilites for sales. The sub is reddit.com/r/DigitalCodeSELL, but remember to read through their rules to not get banned lol. Also see if someone has sold the same codes as you have, then you know how would they could potentially go for.
Damn @Patient-X! Really impressive!
Yeah, T2 is a stinker. I had it, watched it and sold it. The US Lionsgate Blu-ray is the best version out there. There's a useful thread over on Blu-ray.com with a list of DNR'd UHDs.Another curio I have is whether there are any 4K releases to avoid? I’ve heard that the T2: Judgment Day release has some bad DNR or something along those lines but wasn’t sure if there were any other stinkers hovering around.
Thanks for the link, will look into some of those titles to see how severe the DNR is. I’ve noticed that some titles on the list had good reviews so maybe it’s a case of too much being a bad thing at times like with Blu Ray.
Good to hear that it’s a great improvement over the Blu Ray! Saddened to hear that my favourite film doesn’t have a great 4K release, one to get if it’s very cheap then.Can agree on the 2001 PQ, it's simply amazing, one of WB's best looking 4K titles.
I've read that Forrest Gump and Goodfellas should have pretty bad PQ, also the Bourne movies (I think).