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Inferno

4K Ultra HD

Blu Ray

  • Score
    81
    from 4 reviewers
  • Inferno
    2016
    121 min
    PG-13
    2K Upscale
    HDR10
    Dolby Atmos

    Director: Ron Howard

    Actors: Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Omar Sy, Irrfan Khan

    Plot: When Robert Langdon wakes up in an Italian hospital with amnesia, he teams up with Dr. Sienna Brooks, and together they must race across Europe against the clock to foil a deadly global plot.

    Disc Release Date: 24 January 2017

    • Video
      87
    • Audio
      89
    • Extra
      62
    • Movie
      70

    all scores

    avforums review by Simon Crust
    • Video
      90
    • Inferno was filmed digitally using both Arri Alexa XT and Red Epic Dragon cameras, with resolutions at 3.4K and 6K respectively, but was unbelievably finished using a 2K Digital Intermediate (DI), which...

    • Audio
      90
    • Simon Crust reviews the Dolby TrueHD track on a traditional 5.1 surround System – Just like the picture this surround track is equally as impressive! Right from the off, during Langdon’s fragmented memory...

    • Extra
      60
    • Disc 1 – Ultra HD Blu-rayStills – Cast and crew imagesMoments – Excerpts from the film under named titles Disc 2 – Full HD Blu-rayDeleted and Extended Scenes – For an impressive run time of nearly thirty...

    • Movie
      60
    • The greatest sins in human history were committed in the name of loveInferno reunites Ron Howard and Tom Hanks in another of Dan Brown’s novels where world renowned symbologist Robert Langdon is called...

    • Total
      70
    • Inferno reunites Ron Howard, Tom Hanks, David Keopp and Hans Zimmerman in Dan Brown’s fourth novel, where symbologist Robert Langdon, this time suffering from amnesia, is called upon to save the day. Unfortunately,...

    Blu-ray.com review by Martin Liebman
    • Video
      90
    • This one's pretty clear-cut. Take everything that made Sony's 1080p Blu-ray release of Inferno an excellent one and make it all a bit better. The studio's 2160p/HDR-enhanced UHD presentation is terrific,...

    • Audio
      100
    • Unlike the standard-issue 1080p Blu-ray, which features a DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 lossless soundtrack, Sony's more premium UHD release contains a Dolby Atmos soundtrack. The improvements are obvious and...

    • Extra
      50
    • Inferno contains deleted and extended scenes and several featurettes on the included Blu-ray disc, and are reviewed below. The UHD disc contains only the usual Sony format extras: cast and crew stills...

    • Movie
      70
    • Inferno is the third film based on a Dan Brown book starring Tom Hanks as the iconic Robert Langdon and directed by the equally iconic Ron Howard, following The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. Inferno...

    • Total
      80
    • Inferno doesn't quite capture the very real urgency of its plot, nor does it connect any dots to any real-world conspiracies in any meaningful, eye-opening ways, but it does do what the series does best:...

    High-Def Digest review by Shannon T. Nutt
    • Video
      90
    • Although the first two Robert Langdon movies were shot on film, Director Ron Howard makes the switch to digital for 'Inferno', shooting on the Arri Alexa XT. The aspect ratio is also opened up this time,...

    • Audio
      100
    • The featured audio track here is a Dolby Atmos one, which plays as a Dolby TrueHD 7.1 track for those without an Atmos set-up in their home theaters. The audio is quite impressive, most notably during...

    • Extra
      30
    • Note: There are no bonus materials on the 4K disc. All the bonus materials listed below are contained on the Blu-ray in this release.Extended & Deleted Scenes (HD, 27 ½ min.) – Most of the scenes here...

    • Movie
      60
    • That thud you heard last year was the sound of 'Inferno' arriving at the American box office. Despite making a nice amount overseas, the movie was nothing short of a dud here, pulling in only $34 million...

    • Total
      70
    • 'Inferno' is about on par with the prior two Robert Langdon films – nothing spectacular, but certainly not worthy of the lackluster reception it received from American audiences. The bottom line here is...

    AVSForum review by Ralph Potts
    • Video
      94
    • For its presentation in Ultra HD Inferno was derived from a mix of 3.4K/6K sources, rendered from a 2K DI and up-converted to 4K. With the limited exposure to Ultra HD sourced from a 4K Digital Intermediates...

    • Audio
      90
    • Extra
    • Disc 1: Inferno Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc 2: Inferno Blu-ray (HD) 7 Deleted/Extended Scenes (HD) 6 Production Featurettes (Totaling 44 minutes): Ron Howard, A Director’s Journal A Look at Langdon The Billionaire...

    • Movie
    • I haven’t read any of author Dan Brown’s books that follow symbology professor Robert Langdon’s adventures, but I enjoyed big screen adaptations of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. I wanted to check...

    • Total
      92
    • Inferno isn’t a compelling thriller, but fans of the series will probably want to check it out just the same. On the plus side, it looks and sounds great on Blu-ray...

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