The Batman review (4K Ultra HD)

With more than a handful of reboots and actors playing the Caped Crusader, the world doesn’t seem like it can get enough of Batman. We were actually surprised at how well The Batman did when it launched earlier this year, so let’s take a look at the 4K Ultra HD BluRay release that’s now available. Continue reading “The Batman review (4K Ultra HD)”

Nolan’s Batman Trilogy – Ultimate Collector’s Editions review

We’re always on the lookout for awesome 4K content to deliver spectacular audiovisual experiences, and Christopher Nolan’s trilogy of Batman films recently received Ultimate Collector’s Edition versions. A great opportunity to revisit some of the director’s earlier work after enjoying Tenet so much. How do the films hold up in the 4K era? We checked out Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises. Continue reading “Nolan’s Batman Trilogy – Ultimate Collector’s Editions review”

Raised By Wolves Season 1 review (BluRay)

With such a wide array of streaming services available these days, it’s easy to miss out on a good new show – few if any of us are subscribed to all of these services at once, after all, and our time has to be divided between the ones we have. BluRay releases are a great alternative, and we recently watched Season 1 of Raised by Wolves, which previously aired on HBO Max. Here’s what we thought. Continue reading “Raised By Wolves Season 1 review (BluRay)”

The Matrix Resurrections review (4K)

Almost twenty years after the original trilogy wrapped up, The Matrix was revived with the aptly titles The Matrix Resurrections. Because of the ongoing pandemic the launch wasn’t the cinema-only experience that happened with the first films, instead launching simultaneously on HBO Max as well for home viewing. It was one of the of most eagerly anticipated films during the holiday season, and now it’s out on 4K BluRay as well, offering excellent video, audio and a host of special features. Time for a closer look. Continue reading “The Matrix Resurrections review (4K)”

No Time To Die review (4K)

After several covid-related delays, No Time To Die finally hit theaters at the end of September. One of few blockbuster releases with a cinema-only release in 2021, it was a massive success, and now Daniel Craig’s final stint as James Bond is available for home viewing in 4K as well. Continue reading “No Time To Die review (4K)”