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Heat 4K Remaster Release Date

There’s some good news for the greatest movie of all time.  A new 2 disc Blu-Ray is being released this year, now available to pre-order on Amazon, for a release date of May 9th.  This new version is also available in steel book format, with what I would describe as downright sweet artwork.  Minimalist, just like Michael Mann would probably approve of.

But it’s not just another release, the movie is also being restored;

The Academy celebrates Michael Mann’s Heat on the big screen with a new 4K restoration and Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Michael Mann and other cast and crew in a conversation moderated by Christopher Nolan.

Format: Heat will be presented in a new 4K DCP, restored by Stefan Sonnenfeld (Company 3) and Michael Mann.

And apparently it’s a very good print at that;

The 4k Blu-ray of HEAT is one of the greatest audio visual restorations I have seen/heard.
Should arrive this fall.

A little late, but better than not at all.  Now what I’d really like to see is the movie released in UHD format.

5 Comments

  1. Mucho Macho

    March 23, 2017 at 4:25 pm

    When is 5k coming out?
    ( You know it’s only a matter of time with these fuckers )
    Buy something 1 month,
    Next month is “obsolete”
    😕

  2. Mucho Macho

    March 23, 2017 at 4:27 pm

    November 1995.
    Went to the cinema & watched “Casino”
    December 1995
    Went to the cinema & watched “Heat”

    Great fucking time in Bobby D’s career
    https://youtu.be/fN5hSvu1dzw

  3. John D Ashton

    March 25, 2017 at 8:22 pm

    I don’t get this 4K stuff, plus who has this kind of setup in their home, and the money to justify it? I’ve never met a single person, hell, I’ve still only ever met half a dozen people who bothered with Blu Ray. I’ll stick with my special edition 2 disc DVD of Heat.

  4. John Cromwell

    May 14, 2017 at 1:31 am

    What’s the problem big guy? I have 4K in my home, why would I want a crap dvd copy. I’m loving my 4K and hope to get Heat on 4K. Does this make me a snob? or am I just a true cinema buff.