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Old 07-21-2019, 01:26 PM   #561
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Doubtful there would be an issue with the rights to include the soundtracks as the ultimate edition already included both soundtracks for original/remake.
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Old 07-21-2019, 08:06 PM   #562
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Doubtful there would be an issue with the rights to include the soundtracks as the ultimate edition already included both soundtracks for original/remake.
It could be down to the context of usage and if they can issue it more than once
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Old 07-22-2019, 08:29 PM   #563
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Is there no north american 4K version? I only see listings for blu ray....
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Old 08-04-2019, 04:21 PM   #564
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Anyone else recieve this from amazon.de regarding the 4K steelbook?

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We have up-to-date information about your order.

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"Suspiria (Limited Steelbook) (4K UHD + 2 Blu-rays + DVD + 2 CDs)"
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So untrustworthy. They should of offer everyone that pre-ordered the steelbook the ultimate edition for the same price as a good will gesture.
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Old 08-30-2019, 10:17 AM   #565
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Any thoughts on the video and audio quality, esp. compared to the blu-ray?
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Old 09-02-2019, 08:32 AM   #566
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It's definitely better IMO, but there are some issues:
  • Opening credits are missing on the 4K
  • The subtitles are unbearably to watch, mostly because of the HDR which makes them scorchingly bright. Not sure if others were able to fix this?
  • The colors are also a little too vivid on the 4K, but that's more a personal preference. I don't think it matches the tone of the movie, which should be more bleak.
For these reasons I returned it and will stick with the regular blu-ray.
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Old 09-02-2019, 08:43 AM   #567
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It's definitely better IMO, but there are some issues:
  • Opening credits are missing on the 4K
  • The subtitles are unbearably to watch, mostly because of the HDR which makes them scorchingly bright. Not sure if others were able to fix this?
  • The colors are also a little too vivid on the 4K, but that's more a personal preference. I don't think it matches the tone of the movie, which should be more bleak.
For these reasons I returned it and will stick with the regular blu-ray.
I still have yet to watch mine.

I'm glad my Panansonic 820 has luminance control for subtitles, will watch this on my Pana then.

Interesting you say the colors are too vivid. Will give this a spin later this week and see for myself.
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Old 09-02-2019, 01:25 PM   #568
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I didn't find the subtitles too bright or the movie too vivid, that sounds like a settings issue rather than a disc issue to me.
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Old 09-02-2019, 02:00 PM   #569
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I didn't find the subtitles too bright or the movie too vivid, that sounds like a settings issue rather than a disc issue to me.
The funny thing is though, this is the only UHD I owned where the HDR was applied to the subtitles. I'm using a Sony X800M2 player with a X900F. If there is a setting to change this, I would love to hear it.

The caps-a-holic screens pretty much confirm that the saturation is higher and I saw it as well when I compared it to the regular blu-ray. But again, that is just my personal taste. It's not a major issue or anything.
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It's definitely better IMO, but there are some issues:
[LIST][*]Opening credits are missing on the 4K
what does this mean?
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Old 09-02-2019, 06:05 PM   #571
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what does this mean?
The actual credits in the opening scene, when the Thom Yorke song Suspirium is playing, are missing. Maybe because they used the 4K source and the credits were only finished at 2K?
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Old 09-14-2019, 11:31 PM   #572
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Interesting. Didn't notice that the credits were missing last time I watched the 4K UHD.

Probably won't again until Synapse's 4K UHD of Argento's original is in my possession.
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Old 09-18-2019, 11:06 PM   #573
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The German 4k UHD release of Suspiria 2018 reminds me quite a bit of the very similarly prepared German 4k UHD release of 12 Strong.

The 4k uhd is overall a bit warmer, color-boosted, and slightly darker than the BD, as the entire presentation is tinted in a broadly and evenly applied (but fairly mild) wash of teal. It is subtle, but quite noticeable when directly comparing discs. Faces are more pinkish and flush. Previousy white surfaces of interior windowframes and ceilings have a slightly bluish-teal push. Hair colors display a touch more red or brown highlights. Primary colors throughout are a bit stronger across the board. Whether the boosted color is filmmakers' intent or pure revisionism by third parties is anyone's guess, but it exists.

This is also, to my eyes, a generally softer-looking presentation than many other 4k discs, but not necessarily in a bad way, and not any softer than the BD. It appears at least partly stylistic, and suits the material. Close inspection reveals that, in truth, there's no appreciable uptick in detail on the 4k disc over the BD. But at least, there's no LOSS of any detail, either. It is also noteworthy that there is much greater visibility on the 4k during later scenes that are utterly drenched in deep, dark, garish, surreal red lighting. The 4k's upsides are perhaps granted by its very mild hdr treat. I did notice, however, that some of the makeup effects, repugnant tissue and gore effects, etc. under all that red hue look a bit more "fake" as a result of the more revealing conditions granted by the 4k's better contrast and superior lighting management.

I found myself enjoying the look of both the 4k and BD equally, perhaps preferring the slighty warmer look of the 4k for some scenes. The atmos soundtrack is also quite solid. But, like the 12 Strong 4k, the Suspiria 2018 4k is, in the end, perhaps described as a lateral move toward an alternate presentation or more subtle upgrade, with its mildly tweaked color timing, moreso than a substantial leap over the already very good BD. Fortunately, both the 4k uhd and bd are included in this set, making this a no-brainer purchase especially if one does not yet own the movie.

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