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Spartacus 4K HDR


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This new 55th Anniversary 4K HDR transfer looks amazing! Regardless of how many times you've watched this epic, you have never seen it looking like this, with a new 4K digital intermediate taken from a 6K scan of the original 35 mm Super 70 Technirama prints. And if you've never seen it -- as was the case for me -- it is amazing how well it holds up and the massive sense of scale and how much Gladiator borrows from it. My review of the Kaleidescape 107.4 Gigabyte download here: Review: Spartacus (1960) - cineluxe


I'm about a third of the way through and it really does look amazing. Haven't seen it in probably 20 years and that would have been on TV or VHS maybe?