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The Invisible Man 4K Ultra HD Bluray

RM 114.50 RM 140.00

Video Quality

The Invisible Man can hide nothing on the UHD format. The native 4K 2160p/Dolby Vision UHD presentation improves upon the companion 1080p Blu-ray in every way, most immediately and very obviously in the opening dozen or so minutes in darkness where black level depth is greatly enhanced, finding a tangible add to density while improving shadow detail and even object sharpness in extreme low light. Noise management is improved in low light, too; check out a scene around the 33-minute mark when Cecilia believes there's an invisible man in the bedroom. Not only does the scene demonstrate far greater command of it black levels and details, noise is reduced from moderately troublesome on the Blu-ray to nearly non-issue on the UHD. Betterments to sharpness and color rendition alike prove obvious along the way both watching the film in isolation and while conducting some choice A-B comparisons with the 1080p/SDR presentation. Overall color depth improvements are quite striking. Well-lit scenes are obviously where this is most evident to the broader palette. Look at a sequence in chapter seven when Cecilia and James meet with Adrian's brother, Tom (Michael Dorman). Skin tones are more flush, eyes pop with more realistic intensity, the backgrounds sparkle with improved depth, and yes, even Tom's black suit jacket finds another gear of depth (blacks really are a big selling point in the UHD's Dolby Vision favor). The scene is also a prime example of the UHD's adds to overall clarity. Skin definition is more intimate, elements better defined, and the scene in general just appears more clear and brilliant. Such holds true throughout. At every opportunity and in every light, the UHD takes the image's foundational excellence from the 1080p version and only amplifies it in a positive way, bringing out richer colors and superior clarity. It's well worth the upgrade.

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Audio Quality

The Invisible Man features a Dolby Atmos soundtrack. The opening sequence positively sets the mood for the rest of the track, delivering a powerful series of waves rushing rear to front through the stage, crashing on a rocky place further forward. As the scene shifts inside a home, the aquatic power is heard at distance, full and wonderfully detailed, organic in movement and not lacking in proper power for its location. The track offers several intense effects throughout that each yield superb definition and depth, including a handful of gunshots heard later in the film. Music enjoys superb clarity. It's energetic, intense, spread fully along the front and folding in hearty, immersive rear channel support. In chapter 12 at the 79 minute mark, there's a sense of hard-edged musical movement around the listener, one of the many high score points from throughout the film. Discrete overhead use does not come regularly, but a few good examples of note are in evidence, including heavy falling rain in the third act that not only envelops the listener but seems to pour from above. Less intense atmospherics are finely integrated, too, always drawing the listener into any and every locale. Dialogue is clear and well defined from its natural front-center home.

4K Bluray details 

Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10+
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: Dolby Atmos
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
French (Canada): Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital Plus 7.1

Subtitles
English SDH, French, Spanish

Discs
4K Ultra HD
Blu-ray Disc
Two-disc set (1 BD-100, 1 BD-50)

Digital
Digital copy expired
Digital 4K
Movies Anywhere, Vudu, FandangoNOW

Packaging
Slipcover in original pressing
Embossed print

Playback
4K Blu-ray: Region free
2K Blu-ray: Region free