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Vital Disc Stats: The 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray & 1080p Blu-rayLove and Monsters arrives on 4K UHD Blu-ray and Blu-ray in a two-disc + digital set from Paramount Pictures. Both discs are housed in a standard sturdy black 4K two-disc case with identical slipcover, each disc getting its own tray without being stacked. The 4K UHD Blu-ray disc loads to Paramount's traditional static image main menu with traditional navigation options. The 1080p Blu-ray disc loads to a similar-looking static image main menu but offers all of the bonus features not found on the 4K disc. The included digital copy is not Movies Anywhere compatible and can only be redeemed on iTunes, Vudu, or Fandango now. I tried the iTunes for this and was pleasantly surprised with an Atmos audio mix instead of the DTS-HD MA 7.1 which will be detailed below.
The 4K UHD Blu-ray:I wasn't able to find full tech specs about this film's origins beyond being shot digitally, but given the only slight improvement from 1080p to 2160p in terms of clarity - I'm assuming this disc is an upscaled 4K and not native. That isn't a bad thing at all mind you, there are some notable differences between presentations, but it's not the leaps and bounds in image detail that a true Native 4K transfer would probably offer up. To that point, it's the close-ups and middle-ground material that pops the most. Small details in the production design benefit from that little extra refinement. There are some practical effects creatures that really look cool with that small extra detail punch and HDR, but on the other hand, there are a few digital effects that now stand out as more obvious. It's a little win some lose some on that end as is the case with a number of modest budget CGI effects-heavy films out there.
Where this presentation wins is with the Dolby Vision HDR application. This was already a dark and somewhat dreary movie - especially the opening scenes in the bunker - and Dolby Vision greatly enhances those black levels, shadows, and the impact of light spacing. The Mav1s robot's eyes gain extra luminance and refined spectral qualities in the dark scene at the motel. When the Sky Jellies arrive it's another beautiful colorful scene with excellent black levels and shadows. Contrast is also greatly improved here, there are a few sequences on the 1080p Blu-ray that felt really white-hot - when Joel is poisoned and hallucinating or the final beach fight that had extra blooming but was tamped back and more natural feeling with the Dolby Vision HDR pass. This may not be the best all be all 4K UHD Blu-ray presentation out there, but it's very good at what it does offer. 4.5/5
The 1080p SDR Blu-ray:Judging from the detail levels between the two presentations I'm fairly confident that this film was finished on a 2K Digital Intermediate. There's just not a huge difference between this 1080p presentation and the 4K UHD Blu-ray presentation. If you're only on 1080p HD at the moment, this is a perfectly good transfer. You have robust details, excellent color pop, and some nice deep black levels. There are a couple of sequences where I felt like the true deep inky blacks took on a more murky brownish/green quality - those early scenes in the bunker where Joel tries to confront the ant-monster thing didn't quite resonate as strongly in that department as the 4K disc. Once Joel gets topside and the film is mostly all outdoors - it looks terrific. The bright sunlight locations let the colors shine. It's not as strong as the 4K without the benefit of HDR and the added bitrate breathing room, but it holds nicely. 4/5
The 4K UHD Blu-ray and 1080p SDR Blu-ray:For reasons I can't seem to figure, instead of carrying over the same great Atmos mix, the 4K UHD Blu-ray and 1080p Blu-ray is given an impressive in its own right DTS-HD MA 7.1 mix. Overall this is a great track mimicking the best aspects of the Atmos track - but it feels a bit more cramped. With DTS Neural:X turned on it does a solid job of filling out all of those channels and adding a little space to the pallet, but it doesn't quite feel as refined. Dialog is still strong and key sound effects have a great impact with some decent LFE, but I kept feeling like it was pulled back. I felt like I needed to turn my volume up past my normal listening range to get some of the same oomph. I'm sure I would feel more impressed by this mix if it was the only one available or if I had started here instead of the 4K disc. Overall it does its job well, but an Atmos or DTS:X mix would have been a nice addition to this disc.
Paramount Pictures delivers Love and Monsters to 4K UHD Blu-ray and Blu-ray with excellent results for both discs. While the 4K UHD Blu-ray is the superior presentation thanks to Dolby Vision HDR, the 1080p SDR Blu-ray holds its own offering up a strong A/V presence as well. If you're rocking 4K, that's the best way to go, but if you're happy with standard Blu-ray, you should be happy with the results here as well. It's a fun movie well worth checking out. The trailers didn't wow me but I'm glad I gave it a shot. Put a big smile on my face when I needed it most. Recommended.
This is much more detailed than anything you're likely to have seen before. You've probably already noticed the jump from pre-digital 'standard definition' television up to 'HD' and 'Full HD' services that are now available on digital TV, online streaming and Blu-Ray discs. Compared to earlier standards, this HD footage is detailed, crisp and it even looks good when viewed on a large TV. But even the best quality, '1080p' HD footage is only 1920 pixels across. 4K is significantly more detailed, since it has twice as many pixels horizontally, and four times as many pixels in total. 2b1af7f3a8