The Shining [Extended Cut] [4K Ultra-HD]  [Blu-ray] 
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sourced from a new 4K scan of The Shining's original 35mm camera negative conducted at WB's Motion Picture Imaging facility, with the
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during the entire process. The key differences here are image detail and color, both of which have improved greatly: textures and overall imageDialog sits in the center, echoed throughout the halls and naturally enhancing the isolation. Fidelity remains high, and like the video, always consistent. Extras the compositions of Wendy Carlos, with a spooky, outdated synthesizer score. It sounds fairly poor, notably, the electronic-infused main title that plays during several outdoor and establishing shots -- are mixed slightly louder than normal, which is
The Shining 4K Blu-ray Review | AVForums
Panning through western mountains, The Shining’s opening moments can readily challenge any IMAX release. The sharpness brings startling definition to the screen. That never dips either. Close-ups grab facial texture even on Danny, while the woolly winter clothes bring phenomenal detail. Carpeting and wood surfaces all show equal firmness. Warner’s 4K scan is all spectacle. writing, but any Blu-ray owners thinking about switching over to 4K in the near future may find this release to be an excellent jumping-on point.
What a difference 12 years can make. Warner Bros.' outstanding new 2160p transfer is easily one of the most film-like and natural 4K Blu-ray -- is again missing in action. This stings a little bit more, of course: it's one thing to *ahem* overlook the absence of multiple aspect