It was a short month with a short 4K Ultra HD release schedule, but you will find four recent cinema hits in our 4K February 2022 round-up.
4K Ultra HD of the month
Release date: February 2
It’s the 26th entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, introducing another ten heroic types to save us helpless humans from an alien threat.
Eternals is one fabulous-looking 4K Ultra HD, with a native 4K transfer (with HDR enhancement) and enveloping Dolby Atmos audio. A bonus standard Blu-ray delivers a bunch of features that includes a commentary track, two featurettes and a gag reel.
If you get in super-quick you can add a limited edition, JB exclusive steelbook to your collection. Order it here.
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Release date: February 2
The latest from the animation wizards at Disney tells of 15-year-old Mirabel, the only “ordinary” member of her Colombian family, and is packed with chart-topping tunes from Lin-Manuel Miranda. Disc-wise, it’s a vibrant HDR-enhanced, native 4K presentation, complete with Dolby Atmos audio – the songs sound an absolute treat!
Meanwhile, a bonus standard Blu-ray gives us a selection of fun extras, including deleted scenes, outtakes, a raft of featurettes, the short film Far from the Tree and a cool sing-along subtitle track for those who wish to exercise their lungs while watching.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
Release date: February 16
The love affair between Eddie and Venom continues in this crazy-fun sequel. Expect Dolby Vision-enhanced video, accompanied by a truly wild Dolby Atmos audio track. If you’re a steelbook collector then get onto the JB-exclusive release quick smart – you can grab it here.
An included standard Blu-ray brings the extras, which include a selection of featurettes, deleted scenes and bloopers.
The King’s Man
Release date: February 23
A WWI-era prequel to Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman movies, this tells the story of how the organisation came to be – and features a wild turn by Rhys Ifans as Rasputin! The disc gives us a juicy HDR-enhanced picture that’s accompanied by a banging Dolby Atmos sound mix.
Accompanying the 4K disc is a standard Blu-ray, which brings extras such as an engaging documentary and a selection of featurettes.
That’s another four top releases for our 4K Ultra HD collections. Remember, stay tuned to STACK for all the latest 4K news.
Meanwhile, have you checked out our 4K Ultra HD specifications guide? Bookmark it, as we update it regularly with all the latest 4K/2K, HDR/Dolby Vision and best sound format info for all the 4K Ultra HD releases in Australia.