Originally Posted by Joshua Chmiel
I have the MIB trilogy in 4k and watched the 1 st one a month or so ago and just watched the second today. I had the DVDs but has been a while since watching these. These look great in 4K, Atmos is awesome, and the LFE is incredible!. As far as LFE goes I enjoyed MIBII far more than I did A Quiet Place
I was a big fan of the MIB series on bluray,
but the 4K/HDR video upgrade was nothing short of Stunning on the OLED.
...and Yes the ATMOS was excellent!
I've been very impressed with some of the older titles
that have been remastered/re-released in 4K/UHD/HDR/DV/ATMOS/DTS:X recently:
The Mummy Trilogy
Men In Black Trilogy
The Incredible Hulk
Saving Private Ryan
I also added 5 Chris Nolan titles (for HDR Video only)
TDK Trilogy, Interstellar and Dunkirk.
I'm holding out on recent Disney/Pixar/Lucas/Marvel ...and soon to be Fox 4K titles for now
Not sure I want to support the direction they are going (sound-bar mix friendly).
Sure, I can make adjustments (House Curve/minidsp/All DSP software) to accommodate a weaker mix,
..but like many here, I feel compelled to send a message for some reason.
Like mentioned recently in this thread from other members,
I have a plethora of older Full Range titles at my disposal when I need a REAL LFE/ULF Fix.
Some people catalogue their collection in alphabetical or chronological order,
I have a several shelves dedicated to LFE/ULF favorites going all the way back to 2006
...then several other shelves just for 4K's/3D's/Animation/Concerts. Rough estimate...800 titles total
(~150 are new 4K/UHD's)
It may take me the rest of my days on this planet just to re-watch most of my favorites at least once more
So new garbage and regurgitated Marvel superhero flix in 4K can kiss my arse!
Like MrGrey mentioned, A Quiet Place gave of us Original content,
Well acted/directed and executed with reference video and audio.
I pre-screen most of my new movies on my OLED first (on new release day)
...and on the weekends re-run them at 120" on the projector for family/friends.
I never rent or digi download, but have viewed some Netflix exclusives through my XBO X