(4K HDR) Christopher Nolan 6 Film Collection on iTunes - £39.99
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(4K HDR) Christopher Nolan 6 Film Collection on iTunes - £39.99

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Found 22nd Jan
All films have been updated to support 4K and some with HDR as well. They are available separately at good prices imo but the bundle is decent.

If you want a no brainier and wanna try out the digital 4K release, The Dark Knight is available individually at £4.99.

Films included in digital bundle:
Batman Begins (4K, HD, SD, Dolby Vision)
The Dark Knight (4K, HD, SD, Dolby Vision)
The Dark Knight Rises (4K, HD, SD, Dolby Vision)
The Prestige (4K, HD, SD, Dolby Vision)
Inception (4K, HD, SD, Dolby Vision)
Interstellar (4K, HD, SD, Dolby Vision)

Extras are also included on some films.
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Decent price but got Intersteller on US iTunes for a couple quid
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5Rivers794 m ago

Decent price but got Intersteller on US iTunes for a couple quid


That’s a sick deal, they’re all £8 each separately atm except The Dark Knight which is £5 I think. But still a great deal either way
Got all these on 4k disc they look mind blowing especially intersrellar
Grrr. Deciding which digital platform to invest in. Deals like this sway me to iTunes but the ecosystem lock down. If only MA came here to the UK Heat added regardless! The IMAX scenes in TDK/TDKR/Interstellar are perfection on these- shame it's missing from itunes.
Edited by: "IronSoldier" 22nd Jan
Waiting for a price drop myself. They were £29.99 last September...
Be aware the digital versions of these films apparently do not have the imax scenes. They have the same scene but in widescreen instead.
IronSoldier9 m ago

Grrr. Deciding which digital platform to invest in. Deals like this sway …Grrr. Deciding which digital platform to invest in. Deals like this sway me to iTunes but the ecosystem lock down. If only MA came here to the UK Heat added regardless! The IMAX scenes in TDK/TDKR/Interstellar are perfection on these.


Don’t believe iTunes is able to adjust aspect ratio on the fly, so no iMax shots!
dominickelly12 m ago

Don’t believe iTunes is able to adjust aspect ratio on the fly, so no iMax …Don’t believe iTunes is able to adjust aspect ratio on the fly, so no iMax shots!


Yup. Ironic as some of the trailers there have IMAX versions of footage but the actual film you buy doesn't doesn't.
Edited by: "IronSoldier" 22nd Jan
itunes.apple.com/gb/…826 batman films are available £17.99 as a separate bundle, so depends on if you think the other 3 films are worth the extra £22. Heat added OP as its still a good price for a 4K bundle
This or the disc set for £160 on eBay...think I’ll stick to iTunes lol!
Dark knight without imax scenes, I wouldn’t..
So does the iTunes Store tend to have great deals more often than other platforms? I’ve done a few comparisons and it looks like it does, but want to know what people think
No Atmos or DTS:X, no sale.
hassan19941 h, 2 m ago

So does the iTunes Store tend to have great deals more often than other …So does the iTunes Store tend to have great deals more often than other platforms? I’ve done a few comparisons and it looks like it does, but want to know what people think


I’ve bought over 100 decent films in the last few weeks, probably averaging £4 a film after voucher discounts, Zeek, Quidco etc. So I’d say good value to build up a decent collection quickly, and if you’re happy to wait for the deals. New films are obviously going to be pricey.

Check out CheapCharts in the AppStore - I’m hooked!
5Rivers797 h, 43 m ago

This or the disc set for £160 on eBay...think I’ll stick to iTunes lol!


Lossless or compressed. Think I will stick to lossless lol.
Edited by: "KitKatKateA" 23rd Jan
Crazy_Kate7159 m ago

Lossless or compressed. Think I will stick to lossless lol.


It's all relative, clearly not worth £120 more though is it? 4x the price, that's just silly.
MattyGr37 m ago

It's all relative, clearly not worth £120 more though is it? 4x the price, …It's all relative, clearly not worth £120 more though is it? 4x the price, that's just silly.


Where are you getting £120 from?
5Rivers799 h, 44 m ago

This or the disc set for £160 on eBay...think I’ll stick to iTunes lol!


I bought all the Nolan 4k films separately from various places - eBay, Zoom and Amazon

Batman set - £39.99
Interstellar £ 14.99
Inception- £14.99
Dunkirk - £16.99
Prestige - £14.99

Each set comes with 4k UHD, Blu-ray & digital HD.

Disappointing no Memento
Crazy_Kate712 h, 54 m ago

Where are you getting £120 from?


How much did you pick up the Nolan Collection for? Even at £100 it’s not worth £60 more..and that’s only if you come across some bargains. Right now the prices for these are ridiculous:

Dunkirk £25
Intersteller £20
Inception £20
Prestige £20
Dark Knight Trilogy £40

All these arguments regarding lossless and compressed make me laugh. At normal viewing distance (8-10ft away from the screen) you would be hard pressed to see any differences whilst the movie is playing. Unless you stand nose up against the screen with it paused and counting pixels there is no way a movie will be worth 4 times as much.
Crazy_Kate712 h, 57 m ago

Where are you getting £120 from?


The £160 for the Nolan collection blu ray minus £40 for the iTunes version is £120...
5Rivers792 h, 12 m ago

How much did you pick up the Nolan Collection for? Even at £100 it’s not wo …How much did you pick up the Nolan Collection for? Even at £100 it’s not worth £60 more..and that’s only if you come across some bargains. Right now the prices for these are ridiculous:Dunkirk £25Intersteller £20Inception £20Prestige £20Dark Knight Trilogy £40All these arguments regarding lossless and compressed make me laugh. At normal viewing distance (8-10ft away from the screen) you would be hard pressed to see any differences whilst the movie is playing. Unless you stand nose up against the screen with it paused and counting pixels there is no way a movie will be worth 4 times as much.


Dunkirk is not in this collection. You don't get the Imax scenes in this collection which are really amazing and also you need either a bigger TV or to get yourself to specsavers.
In a word what you have said is utter rubbish. You enjoy your terrible streaming quality and i will stick to the discs.
Crazy_Kate711 h, 22 m ago

Dunkirk is not in this collection. You don't get the Imax scenes in this …Dunkirk is not in this collection. You don't get the Imax scenes in this collection which are really amazing and also you need either a bigger TV or to get yourself to specsavers.In a word what you have said is utter rubbish. You enjoy your terrible streaming quality and i will stick to the discs.


Hahaha what nonsense. I have a 55inch tv and sit at normal viewing distances. My uhd player is one I purchased after getting some sound advice on here from another member. I also have an Apple TV 4k sat right next to it.

I believe my setup is pretty decent so shouldn’t really suffer in that regard.

I have Dunkirk on disc so can’t compare it till I get that on Apple TV.

You say I’m talking utter rubbish but have nothing to say other than its lossless. You have nothing to say that’s based on facts.

I can guarantee for a fact you would not have a clue whether you were watching a disc or a stream if it was a blind test.

As said before unless your nose is glued to your screen and you are pausing to count pixels you will be hard pressed to tell the difference.

What I will give you is the fact there is no atmos on the Apple TV and that’s a big part of my setup. However, I am prepared to take a hit on that until the discs are priced reasonably. Also the missing imax scenes are a letdown but not every 4k movie is shot in imax.

I believe you didn’t say how much your Nolan Collection cost so hardly a comparison.

Saying the streaming quality is terrible is the words of a true amateur. A real audio/videophile would appreciate and even praise how far streaming has come especially for 4k hdr video.

At £5 this is a bargain.
5Rivers7938 m ago

Hahaha what nonsense. I have a 55inch tv and sit at normal viewing …Hahaha what nonsense. I have a 55inch tv and sit at normal viewing distances. My uhd player is one I purchased after getting some sound advice on here from another member. I also have an Apple TV 4k sat right next to it. I believe my setup is pretty decent so shouldn’t really suffer in that regard. I have Dunkirk on disc so can’t compare it till I get that on Apple TV. You say I’m talking utter rubbish but have nothing to say other than its lossless. You have nothing to say that’s based on facts. I can guarantee for a fact you would not have a clue whether you were watching a disc or a stream if it was a blind test. As said before unless your nose is glued to your screen and you are pausing to count pixels you will be hard pressed to tell the difference.What I will give you is the fact there is no atmos on the Apple TV and that’s a big part of my setup. However, I am prepared to take a hit on that until the discs are priced reasonably. Also the missing imax scenes are a letdown but not every 4k movie is shot in imax.I believe you didn’t say how much your Nolan Collection cost so hardly a comparison. Saying the streaming quality is terrible is the words of a true amateur. A real audio/videophile would appreciate and even praise how far streaming has come especially for 4k hdr video. At £5 this is a bargain.


Lol ok. I have Dunkirk, Interstellar and The Dark Knight Trilogy and sorry but the difference is night and day. Or is that Dark Knight and Day lol.
Crazy_Kate718 m ago

Lol ok. I have Dunkirk, Interstellar and The Dark Knight Trilogy and sorry …Lol ok. I have Dunkirk, Interstellar and The Dark Knight Trilogy and sorry but the difference is night and day. Or is that Dark Knight and Day lol.



So you have Apple TV 4k?
No I dont do Apple and it's streaming so it wont match discs it is very simple. Unless they have managed to develop some new tech to quadruple the data at the very least.
Edited by: "KitKatKateA" 23rd Jan
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dominickelly17 h, 3 m ago

Waiting for a price drop myself. They were £29.99 last September...


However that did not include support for 4K I assume?
Surely it's not that hard to grasp? Yes 4k discs are better than streamed 4k but not worth paying 4 or 5 times more 'better'

4k discs are massively overpriced, much the same as when blu ray and dvd came out. They will be better value when they are £10 - £15. £25 to £30 for a film is ridiculous
Got the Dark Knight Trilogy for £40 including a Blu-ray version and the UV code.
5Rivers797 h, 41 m ago

How much did you pick up the Nolan Collection for? Even at £100 it’s not wo …How much did you pick up the Nolan Collection for? Even at £100 it’s not worth £60 more..and that’s only if you come across some bargains. Right now the prices for these are ridiculous:Dunkirk £25Intersteller £20Inception £20Prestige £20Dark Knight Trilogy £40All these arguments regarding lossless and compressed make me laugh. At normal viewing distance (8-10ft away from the screen) you would be hard pressed to see any differences whilst the movie is playing. Unless you stand nose up against the screen with it paused and counting pixels there is no way a movie will be worth 4 times as much.


I'm sorry, that's just not true 4k and HDR do make a huge difference Vs 1080P Blu-ray....

You do need the right kit though.

A decent OLED tops the last generation Plasma which were the Gold standard. Decent 4K pumped through an OLED looks mimd blowing.

£20 for a 4k set which includes a UHD, Blu-ray & Digital copy is not bad at all. DVDs back in the day used to sell for £20!

Plus if you wait you can pick up at reasonable prices.

Put on Planet Earth ii on a DECENT 4k screen and tell me it makes no difference...
Edited by: "zoso1313" 23rd Jan
Crazy_Kate715 h, 22 m ago

Dunkirk is not in this collection. You don't get the Imax scenes in this …Dunkirk is not in this collection. You don't get the Imax scenes in this collection which are really amazing and also you need either a bigger TV or to get yourself to specsavers.In a word what you have said is utter rubbish. You enjoy your terrible streaming quality and i will stick to the discs.


Totally true re uncompressed data on discs.

Game of Thrones Blu-ray looks incredible on Blu-ray Vs the broadcast supposed 1080P.

1080P just part of the whole equation, if it's compressed it can still look garbage v uncompressed discs.
5Rivers794 h, 10 m ago

Hahaha what nonsense. I have a 55inch tv and sit at normal viewing …Hahaha what nonsense. I have a 55inch tv and sit at normal viewing distances. My uhd player is one I purchased after getting some sound advice on here from another member. I also have an Apple TV 4k sat right next to it. I believe my setup is pretty decent so shouldn’t really suffer in that regard. I have Dunkirk on disc so can’t compare it till I get that on Apple TV. You say I’m talking utter rubbish but have nothing to say other than its lossless. You have nothing to say that’s based on facts. I can guarantee for a fact you would not have a clue whether you were watching a disc or a stream if it was a blind test. As said before unless your nose is glued to your screen and you are pausing to count pixels you will be hard pressed to tell the difference.What I will give you is the fact there is no atmos on the Apple TV and that’s a big part of my setup. However, I am prepared to take a hit on that until the discs are priced reasonably. Also the missing imax scenes are a letdown but not every 4k movie is shot in imax.I believe you didn’t say how much your Nolan Collection cost so hardly a comparison. Saying the streaming quality is terrible is the words of a true amateur. A real audio/videophile would appreciate and even praise how far streaming has come especially for 4k hdr video. At £5 this is a bargain.


You must have a garbage 4k TV....

My friend bought a cheap 4K TV, picture is worse than my old KURO Pioneer which is 1080P

I think you need to educate yourself a little about picture quality, calibration and compression of data.

'a real audiophile / videophile would appreciate and even praise how far streaming has come' - this comment is so far wide of the mark it's embarrassing.

Audiophiles and videophiles insist on the best possible quality....that means for audio UNCOMPRESSED audio files eg FLACS

For video UNCOMPRESSED video and audio files ie 4K uncompressed files on disc with Dolby Atmos uncompressed audio.

Seriously, if you think you are getting optimum quality with Apple 4k video files you are utterly deluded. Not saying they don't look great, they do, but they are not optimum quality by a long way.
Edited by: "zoso1313" 23rd Jan
MattyGr1 h, 3 m ago

Surely it's not that hard to grasp? Yes 4k discs are better than streamed …Surely it's not that hard to grasp? Yes 4k discs are better than streamed 4k but not worth paying 4 or 5 times more 'better'4k discs are massively overpriced, much the same as when blu ray and dvd came out. They will be better value when they are £10 - £15. £25 to £30 for a film is ridiculous


Why is £20 for a UHD, Blu-ray and digital copy in 2018 'ridiculous' with over 15 years of inflation since dvds were £20?

Plus they can be picked up for £15 shopping around.

4K UHD is niche at the moment, it's not the quantum leap of video to DVD or DVD to Blu-ray. But for videophiles (niche market) it is the best quality and marketing folks know they'll pay for it. Couple of years 4k discs will settle down to.£15 ish
zoso131336 m ago

For video UNCOMPRESSED video and audio files ie 4K uncompressed files on …For video UNCOMPRESSED video and audio files ie 4K uncompressed files on disc with Dolby Atmos uncompressed audio.



UHD 4k Bluray Video is still compressed...... just saying
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 23rd Jan
jayjayuk123419 m ago

UHD 4k Bluray Video is still compressed...... just saying


Ok the least compressed.

You know the point I'm making anyway, man
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Lets keep things on track here and related to this deal. please don't turn it into an argument about the pro's and con's of whatever formats are available.
zoso13131 h, 44 m ago

Why is £20 for a UHD, Blu-ray and digital copy in 2018 'ridiculous' with …Why is £20 for a UHD, Blu-ray and digital copy in 2018 'ridiculous' with over 15 years of inflation since dvds were £20?Plus they can be picked up for £15 shopping around. 4K UHD is niche at the moment, it's not the quantum leap of video to DVD or DVD to Blu-ray. But for videophiles (niche market) it is the best quality and marketing folks know they'll pay for it. Couple of years 4k discs will settle down to.£15 ish


I clearly said £25 to £30 is ridiculous, not £20.

I have 13 4k blu rays and have paid an average of £7 per film including the Bourne films and the Dark Knight trilogy. So obviously £25 is massively overinflated.
MattyGr23rd Jan

I clearly said £25 to £30 is ridiculous, not £20.I have 13 4k blu rays and …I clearly said £25 to £30 is ridiculous, not £20.I have 13 4k blu rays and have paid an average of £7 per film including the Bourne films and the Dark Knight trilogy. So obviously £25 is massively overinflated.


No more over inflated than DVD or Blu-ray on release.....pay your money, make your choice.

I have all the Nolan films Inc Dunkirk, Revenant, Bladerunner and Planet Earth II on 4k UHD and they were worth every penny imo, I'll watch them every year without fail. A trip to cinema is £12 anyway!

Anyone that pays £25-£30 for a 4k film deserves to be ripped off, as it doesn't take much searching to get them for 15-20
One major difference, there was no streaming around when DVD and Blu-ray came out.
zoso13132 h, 52 m ago

You must have a garbage 4k TV....My friend bought a cheap 4K TV, picture …You must have a garbage 4k TV....My friend bought a cheap 4K TV, picture is worse than my old KURO Pioneer which is 1080PI think you need to educate yourself a little about picture quality, calibration and compression of data.'a real audiophile / videophile would appreciate and even praise how far streaming has come' - this comment is so far wide of the mark it's embarrassing.Audiophiles and videophiles insist on the best possible quality....that means for audio UNCOMPRESSED audio files eg FLACSFor video UNCOMPRESSED video and audio files ie 4K uncompressed files on disc with Dolby Atmos uncompressed audio.Seriously, if you think you are getting optimum quality with Apple 4k video files you are utterly deluded. Not saying they don't look great, they do, but they are not optimum quality by a long way.


Sky is compressed to 1080i it is not 1080p. This is stated on their website. So your Blu-ray will of course look better.

Yes my tv must be garbage. Lol

No one is comparing 4k hdr to 1080p Blu-ray so not sure where you get that from.

Regarding compression...imax cameras use 70mm film which in comparison produces 12000-16000k. A 4k disc cannot produce a lossless imax image. As with digital Imax (Liemax) that’s a different story, it’s 2 x 2k projectors that display an image on top of the other but that is not true 4k.

I know enough about resolution and compression to say this deal at £5 is a bargain for those who wish to see this film in 4k hdr and have access to Apple TV 4k. Those who want to count wrinkles on paused scenes can enjoy discs.

Negative comments from what I have read seem to be from forum members who do not even have an Apple TV to compare.

Finally, I did not state Apple 4k was optimum, but it is excellent at what it does and is amazing value for money which makes this deal a bargain. Heat added.
5Rivers7948 m ago

Sky is compressed to 1080i it is not 1080p. This is stated on their …Sky is compressed to 1080i it is not 1080p. This is stated on their website. So your Blu-ray will of course look better.Yes my tv must be garbage. LolNo one is comparing 4k hdr to 1080p Blu-ray so not sure where you get that from.Regarding compression...imax cameras use 70mm film which in comparison produces 12000-16000k. A 4k disc cannot produce a lossless imax image. As with digital Imax (Liemax) that’s a different story, it’s 2 x 2k projectors that display an image on top of the other but that is not true 4k. I know enough about resolution and compression to say this deal at £5 is a bargain for those who wish to see this film in 4k hdr and have access to Apple TV 4k. Those who want to count wrinkles on paused scenes can enjoy discs. Negative comments from what I have read seem to be from forum members who do not even have an Apple TV to compare. Finally, I did not state Apple 4k was optimum, but it is excellent at what it does and is amazing value for money which makes this deal a bargain. Heat added.


I'm not saying Apple 4k looks rubbish, I'm.sure it looks great, the simple point I'm trying to make is there ARE better options, and yes, they are more expensive ones but they do look better on a decently calibrated 4k OLED.

On a poor quality 4k TV not set up correctly then probably no discernible difference. There are lots and lots of variables that dictate the overall picture quality.

I know full well that a 4k disc can't possibly match the quality of IMAX 70MM, the terminology that I was trying to convey was a 4k disc is currently the least compressed form of media to watch a film.

Re Thrones, it says 1080P on my Sky Q, but regardless I have watched lots of broadcast 1080P & it just doesn't stand up to the quality of Blu-ray. Equally the very best 4K UHD blow away the Blu-ray versions - HDR has a very dramatic impact on picture quality.

Interstellar, The Revanant, Dark Knight, Blade Runner and Dunkirk look absolutely mind blowing on 4K UHD, and there is a clear discerible difference.l between their Blu-ray counterparts.

As for Apple 4k, I'll be honest not seen it yet, I do have Netflix 4k on my OLED & the picture is incredible, but I don't think matches the quality of the 4k discs I own.

The bottom line is I'm into the art of filmmaking and therefore I like to know I'm watching as closely as possible to what the Director intended - currently that's 4K UHDs on my calibrated 4K OLED. If my favourite films are released 4k and have been given great treatment in the process eg Bladerunner, then they're a no brainer purchase for me.
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