DUNE TALK: ‘Dune: Part One’ Blu-ray and Movie Extras Review

The full crew is back for this week’s Dune Talk show and we’re excited to share our reactions to the 4K UHD Blu-ray release of Dune: Part One—out now in many countries, including the United States, and releasing shortly in the United Kingdom (January 31, 2022). How does this home video experience compare to earlier theatrical and steaming viewings of the movie?

Highlight of this physical disc is one hour of special features, going behind-the-scenes into the creation of the movie—from concept to final cut. Garin, Johnny, Marcus, and Simon dive into these extras, discussing their favorites and new insights. We also explore what we feel was missing on this Blu-ray and our wishes for future editions.

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Dune Talk: Episode 27 – Home Video Review

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Show Notes

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On January 11, 2022, the ‘Dune: Part One’ Blu-ray disc was released in the United States, Canada, and multiple other regions. The movie can be purchased in 4K UHD—both in Blu-ray and digital formats—3D and standard Blu-ray discs, as well as DVD. We review the home video experience and the accompanying extras, that are available on the Blu-ray and some digital releases of the movie.

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Special thanks goes out to Ashton GIeckman for music and Sheldon Lee for voice overs.