Thirty years later and Bill & Ted are back to save the world with rock, although long term franchise fans will need some hardcore rose-tinted specs, preferably with HDR, as the 4K disc doesn't have any.
Disaster movie maestro Roland Emmerich delivers a greatest hits effort here with his epic 2012, which can't really be faulted for doing exactly what it says on the tin, and provides a pretty effective experience in 4K with Dolby Atmos
The success of this tremendous pre-Matrix superhero actioner basically kicked Marvel into high gear, with an effortlessly cool Wesley Snipes slicing and dicing with the edge of a blade, earning a superb native 4K release with one hell of a bass-laden Atmos track.
At the height of his critical and commercial success, Coming to America was a fabulous spin on the romantic comedy genre, highlighting Eddie Murphy's multi-role versatility, and earning a gorgeous UHD release with native 4K and Dolby Vision.
Katsuhiro Otomo's 1988 cyberpunk classic is arguably one of the greatest anime features ever created, earning itself a gorgeous native 4K presentation in a set that is not without its potentially deal-breaking drawbacks.
Darren Aronofsky's visually magnificent but brutally unflinching look at drowning in drug addiction celebrates its 20th Anniversary with a gorgeous native 4K release boasting both Dolby Vision and Atmos.
Eddie Murphy's big break into superstardom was an unlikely leading role which was basically moulded into an improvised Murphy vehicle to genius effect, impressing in its UHD debut thanks to a native 4K transfer with Dolby Vision.
Paul Verhoeven's classic 1990 sci-fi action-thriller, Total Recall, is one of Schwarzenegger's all-time best movies, earning itself a stunning native 4K release courtesy of Studiocanal, complete with Dolby Vision and Atmos.
After superb work on Pitch Black, Arrow turns its hand to Abel Ferrara's underrated 1990 crime epic, King of New York, with a career-high Christopher Walken, and gives it some native 4K Dolby Vision love.
What are your favourite music/concert DVDs or Blu-rays?
by Andy Bassett
With the live music industry in such dire straits for the forseeable future, are fans turning to concert Blu-rays and DVDs more now? If so, what are some of your favourites? Give others your recommendations here.
Launched in time for the fireworks - Election or otherwise - the Wachowskis' follow-up to The Matrix trilogy, an adaptation of Alan Moore's seminal, politically-infused dystopian thriller, earns an impressive native 4K release with Atmos.
A fitting conclusion to a basically perfect trilogy, Back to the Future Part III goes wild in the Old West, and completes the new Ultimate Trilogy 4K Box Set, with easily the best native 4K Dolby Vision-enhanced video of the bunch.
One of the best sequels of all time, Back to the Future Part II doubles-down on the time travel hijinks, looking even more impressive than the first movie in 4K, with Dolby Vision and Atmos leaving it in the best shape it's ever been.
The unexpectedly good first film in the series debuts on 4K as part of a German trilogy release, boasting Dolby Vision and a much cleaner image than the Blu-ray, mostly thanks to a very liberal application of DNR.
Zack Snyder's stylish 2007 adaptation of Frank "Sin City" Miller's iconic Spartan graphic novel 300 gave us the definitive angry action man in Gerard Butler, and now charges onto the definitive 4K format with a thunderous new Atmos track.
Beating its way through a dual character study and psychological drama, Whiplash is a tremendous film which deservedly landed actor J. K. Simmons his first Oscar, now earning a 4K and Atmos upgrade from Sony.