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We start today with four more new disc reviews...

Stephen has taken a look at Calin Cazan, Dan Chisovski, and Mircea Toia’s animated The Son of the Stars (1985) on Blu-ray from Deaf Crocodile and Vinegar Syndrome.

Dennis has checked in with his thoughts on Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale (2022) on Blu-ray from Lionsgate, a film that just netted star Brendan Fraser the Academy Award for Best Actor.

And Stuart has taken a look at Vincente Minelli’s The Long, Long Trailer (1954) on Blu-ray from the Warner Archive Collection, along with Ulli Lommel’s The Devonsville Terror (1983) on Blu-ray from Vinegar Syndrome.

More reviews are forthcoming, so be sure to stay tuned for them.

Also today, we’ve posted our latest update of the Release Dates & Artwork section (see the Cover Art link at the top of the website), which includes all the latest Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD cover artwork and Amazon.com pre-order links. As always, a portion of anything you order after clicking to Amazon from one of our links goes to help support our work here at The Bits and we really do appreciate it. [Read on here...]

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All right, folks—it’s now official! Paramount has finally announced the release of the Star Trek: The Next Generation films in 4K Ultra HD with a street date of 4/4 (right in time to celebrate “Star Trek Day” on 4/5) just as we first revealed here on The Digital Bits back in December. The news comes as always via the official StarTrek.com website.

You’ll be able to purchase the films in a Star Trek: The Next Generation – 4-Movie Collection box set, which includes all the films in 4K UHD and remastered Blu-ray in dual multi-disc Amaray cases with a cardboard slipcover, or 4K UHD + Blu-ray or Blu-ray singles, all with Digital Copy codes.

Again, both the 4K release and the accompanying Blu-ray are fully remastered. So these BDs should look leaps and bounds better than the previous 2009 Blu-rays. Note that the 4Ks will include both Dolby Vision and HDR10 high dynamic range, with audio in 7.1 Dolby TrueHD format. [Read on here...]

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