Whilst an unexpected but pleasant surprise to have Angelina Jolie's Maleficent back, Mistress of Evil loses a little bit of its dark magic as it muddles a promising premise, although it looks and sounds great in 4K with Atmos.
The sequel nobody asked for after the last one, Angel gives Butler another shot at delivering throwback thrills in the vein of Olympus, looking and sounding fantastic in Native 4K Dolby Vision with Atmos.
The BBC and the legendary Sir David Attenborough give us yet another must-see, jaw-dropping, eye-opening and ultimately heartbreaking look at our planet, making for demo 4K material with Zimmer's score all the more bracing in Atmos.
The newest Video On Demand streaming services have started arriving with their carefully curated libraries of content available at the click of a button. Is this now a killer blow for Blu-ray and DVD? Let us know what you think in the thread.
John Huston's all-time classic 1951 adaptation of the C.S. Forrester novel won Humphrey Bogart his only Oscar, perfectly pairing him with Katherine Hepburn for a treacherous trip across wartime waters.
Luc Besson's majestic ballet of violence married career-defining performances, exquisite visual flair and a symphonic score to produce a modern classic, and earns a Dolby Vision 4K remaster for its UK bow.