Predator 4k digital film £4.99 @ itunes store
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Predator 4k digital film £4.99 @ itunes store

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Enjoy this digital classic in 4k goodness for just £4.99 in the ITunes store!
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Itunes has some great deals on 4k content. It's such a shame that the box to watch them on is £130+
Can anyone comment about the 4K pic quality of this?
Arnie in all his glory. He will be back
RuudBullit15 m ago

Itunes has some great deals on 4k content. It's such a shame that the box …Itunes has some great deals on 4k content. It's such a shame that the box to watch them on is £130+


And doesn't support Atmos or DTS:X
Edited by: "powerbrick" 20th Feb
powerbrick6 m ago

And doesn't support Atmos or DTS:X


Yeah but when you factor in some the films are £10-15 cheaper than the disc version....I think most people can live without atmos!
you can usually get it included in the Sci-Fi collection, it's been on sale for £10 for 10 films a few times.
Edited by: "sparc" 20th Feb
EstorilBlue50 m ago

Yeah but when you factor in some the films are £10-15 cheaper than the …Yeah but when you factor in some the films are £10-15 cheaper than the disc version....I think most people can live without atmos!


Mate these people with Atmos won’t mind spending the money. They are either rich or in a lot of debt!
EstorilBlue1 h, 7 m ago

Yeah but when you factor in some the films are £10-15 cheaper than the …Yeah but when you factor in some the films are £10-15 cheaper than the disc version....I think most people can live without atmos!


whats the trade in value for these iTunes movies, oh wait....

batezy_198416 m ago

Mate these people with Atmos won’t mind spending the money. They are e …Mate these people with Atmos won’t mind spending the money. They are either rich or in a lot of debt!


Great film but honestly , I purchased this 4K version from iTunes over Xmas and the quality of the picture is pretty bad, because the film was shot on a quite terrible quality camera, the 4K just makes the fuzzy appearance more noticeable. Especially on OLED 4K TV
Edited by: "sinxa" 20th Feb
powerbrick2 h, 5 m ago

whats the trade in value for these iTunes movies, oh wait....


This is probably the worst arguement ever.

For example: If you are paying £15 more a film for the physical disc, and then after a while you trade it in for £10....you've lost £15 and the film

However if you buy the digital copy, you've lost £10 and you still have the film.

Now I expect you are reading this thinking....those values are not real, they are just examples!!!

So shall I start comparing real stuff like the Dark Knight trilogy for £17.99 digital (iTunes) vs £41.99 physical (amazon)...

Trade in the physical copy for £25 cash at cex = a loss of £16.99 and a loss of the films.

Or alternatively just buy the digital copy for £17.99, spending just £1 more than you lost....but I would still have the digital copy.

So the days of "trade in value arguements" are long gone. The same can be said about console games, when you actually do the math there's not a lot in it...but yet you can keep the digital version.

Case closed.
Edited by: "EstorilBlue" 20th Feb
EstorilBlue11 m ago

This is probably the worst arguement ever. For example: If you are paying …This is probably the worst arguement ever. For example: If you are paying £15 more a film for the physical disc, and then after a while you trade it in for £10....you've lost £15 and the filmHowever if you buy the digital copy, you've lost £10 and you still have the film.Now I expect you are reading this thinking....those values are not real, they are just examples!!!So shall I start comparing real stuff like the Dark Knight trilogy for £17.99 digital (iTunes) vs £41.99 physical (amazon)...Trade in the physical copy for £25 cash at cex = a loss of £16.99 and a loss of the films.Or alternatively just buy the digital copy for £17.99, spending just £1 more than you lost....but I would still have the digital copy.So the days of "trade in value arguements" are long gone. The same can be said about console games, when you actually do the math there's not a lot in it...but yet you can keep the digital version.Case closed.


Inferior picture quality, inferior soundtrack, case closed.
powerbrick51 m ago

Inferior picture quality, inferior soundtrack, case closed.


Yawn.

Audi vs bmw, Sony vs Xbox, iPhone vs Android, LG vs Samsung,etc, etc

People are happy with what they buy, there will always be a difference, the general population will be happy with their iTunes purchase and won’t notice the difference

And then it won’t be long before the next format comes out that makes all of our equipment obsolete anyway
Edited by: "marcgreen11" 20th Feb
marcgreen117 m ago

Yawn.Audi vs bmw, Sony vs Xbox, iPhone vs Android, LG vs Samsung,etc, …Yawn.Audi vs bmw, Sony vs Xbox, iPhone vs Android, LG vs Samsung,etc, etcPeople are happy with what they buy, there will always be a difference, the general population will be happy with their iTunes purchase and won’t notice the differenceAnd then it won’t be long before the next format comes out that makes all of our equipment obsolete anyway


Yawn, unless you have done a census of the entire population you claims are pure speculation.
Over here...... turn around
powerbrick6 m ago

Yawn, unless you have done a census of the entire population you claims …Yawn, unless you have done a census of the entire population you claims are pure speculation.


You must be doing exactly the same
powerbrick4 h, 48 m ago

And doesn't support Atmos or DTS:X


That's no bloody good is it?
In that case let's hope itunes offer free upgrades to 8k like they did with their hd titles to 4k
Edited by: "stephen_hoult" 21st Feb
Not really inferior quality as some disc I own don't have Dolby vision compared to itunes digital copy which do
EstorilBlue2 h, 27 m ago

This is probably the worst arguement ever. For example: If you are paying …This is probably the worst arguement ever. For example: If you are paying £15 more a film for the physical disc, and then after a while you trade it in for £10....you've lost £15 and the filmHowever if you buy the digital copy, you've lost £10 and you still have the film.Now I expect you are reading this thinking....those values are not real, they are just examples!!!So shall I start comparing real stuff like the Dark Knight trilogy for £17.99 digital (iTunes) vs £41.99 physical (amazon)...Trade in the physical copy for £25 cash at cex = a loss of £16.99 and a loss of the films.Or alternatively just buy the digital copy for £17.99, spending just £1 more than you lost....but I would still have the digital copy.So the days of "trade in value arguements" are long gone. The same can be said about console games, when you actually do the math there's not a lot in it...but yet you can keep the digital version.Case closed.


What i like about digital services and their content is family sharing. Google play allows 5 users, music subscriptions 6 users, Netflix 4 screens, Disney life 5 devices all at one time and then there's ps4/xb1 game sharing. In my eyes it beats lending one disk to one person at a time which then gathers wear and tear
sinxa4 h, 56 m ago

Great film but honestly , I purchased this 4K version from iTunes over …Great film but honestly , I purchased this 4K version from iTunes over Xmas and the quality of the picture is pretty bad, because the film was shot on a quite terrible quality camera, the 4K just makes the fuzzy appearance more noticeable. Especially on OLED 4K TV


Show off
Malachi_X31 m ago

Show off


Is that what you think about every review you read online?
sinxa30 m ago

Is that what you think about every review you read online?


Just a lighthearted joke
EstorilBlue6 h, 13 m ago

This is probably the worst arguement ever. For example: If you are paying …This is probably the worst arguement ever. For example: If you are paying £15 more a film for the physical disc, and then after a while you trade it in for £10....you've lost £15 and the filmHowever if you buy the digital copy, you've lost £10 and you still have the film.Now I expect you are reading this thinking....those values are not real, they are just examples!!!So shall I start comparing real stuff like the Dark Knight trilogy for £17.99 digital (iTunes) vs £41.99 physical (amazon)...Trade in the physical copy for £25 cash at cex = a loss of £16.99 and a loss of the films.Or alternatively just buy the digital copy for £17.99, spending just £1 more than you lost....but I would still have the digital copy.So the days of "trade in value arguements" are long gone. The same can be said about console games, when you actually do the math there's not a lot in it...but yet you can keep the digital version.Case closed.


Very well said, but are you not forgetting the most important reason for buying digital? I don't have to get off the sofa to put the disk in. You can't put a price on the value of that for me. I spent a lot money getting the gut that I have today, and I certainly wouldn't risk losing it by walking back and forth to my TV stand everytime a movie ends, no Sir!
Edited by: "Dekard97" 21st Feb
Plus they are essentially backed up by the digital providers, if the worst happens at home then I still have access to them
Edited by: "marcgreen11" 21st Feb
stephen_hoult15 h, 35 m ago

What i like about digital services and their content is family sharing. …What i like about digital services and their content is family sharing. Google play allows 5 users, music subscriptions 6 users, Netflix 4 screens, Disney life 5 devices all at one time and then there's ps4/xb1 game sharing. In my eyes it beats lending one disk to one person at a time which then gathers wear and tear


That's all fair and well as long as everyone you lend to has the Apple hardware, which is where this method of collecting 4k material falls on it's butt for me.

There's no way I'm being forced into buying hardware specifically because nothing else can play the bloody movie. It's this closed community ideology/ecosystem that puts me off ever owning any Apple product.
moob42 m ago

That's all fair and well as long as everyone you lend to has the Apple …That's all fair and well as long as everyone you lend to has the Apple hardware, which is where this method of collecting 4k material falls on it's butt for me.There's no way I'm being forced into buying hardware specifically because nothing else can play the bloody movie. It's this closed community ideology/ecosystem that puts me off ever owning any Apple product.


I've only been apple since they offered 4k at a decent price and free upgrades to 4k/hdr. Itunes movies can be played on pc as well, so guess that caters to a market who don't want apple hardware
Currently the best quality version of the film available, the original Blu-ray is quite dated and the re-release was DNRed to death
powerbrick20th Feb

whats the trade in value for these iTunes movies, oh wait....


Who cares about trade value for £5. If it were physical at that price, trade value would be £1 at most. Not like you'll be rolling in cash
andrewperkins0021st Feb

Currently the best quality version of the film available, the original …Currently the best quality version of the film available, the original Blu-ray is quite dated and the re-release was DNRed to death


Is the iTunes copy DNR free?
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