Outlander Season Three
Collector's Edition, Blu Ray/Collectors
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Outlander: Season Three Blu-ray
Outlander: Season Three follows the series norm with another gorgeous 1080p transfer. The show was digitally photographed, and the resultant 1080p image is generally striking. It's clean with only mild-to-moderate noise interfering, usually in lower light, and with spikes in only the most challenging of environmental conditions. Otherwise, the image yields splendid textural delights. Facial clarity is wonderful. Skin textures - all of the usual suspects like pores and hairs - are revealed with impressive pronouncement and visible intricacies. This includes, of course, characters in both timeframes, gruff mugs in the past or more silky smooth, well cared-for skin in the present. Environmental clarity is superb, whether rolling green grasses, rough dirt and terrain, ship's hulls, wooden floors, or complex attire from either century where fine fabric definition is intimate, tangible, and tactile. Even on background characters and supports appear precisely defined. Black levels are excellent and skin tones are strong, a hint pale at times, though seemingly by visual design.
Outlander: Season Three's DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 lossless soundtrack handles its duties very well. The opening title theme yields sonic results. It's spacious, airy, with fine musical clarity and wonderfully accurate and well defined lyrics. Such holds true for all music through the show. The track takes full advantage of all its allotted channels. The opening battle - largely flashbacks thereof - is invigorating, the sound of explosions and screaming men a startling counter to the quiet silence of near-death and destruction that emotionally defines the scene. Background din, such as clanking swords as soldiers march, distant explosions, and other necessary supports enjoy tremendous precision of placement and fidelity. Less chaotic or dense atmospherics fill in gaps and recreate place as well. Dialogue, of course propels much of the show's drama, and it presents with placement, prioritization, and clarity.
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However, this is not a review of the show, but of the digital and Blu-ray editions with Bonus Features. The extras are absolutely worth paying for. Besides the usual Gag Reel (which is lengthier than the previous ones) and deleted scenes, there are mini episodes of behind-the-scenes shots and interviews with cast, producers, and writers that give a strong sense of the thought, resources, and care that go into making Outlander the epic that it is.
If you aren’t a fan of the *show*, no problem. Don’t watch - and please don’t review this *product*, as I can't imagine that you would’ve actually purchased it.
If you are a fan, by all means go for the versions with the Bonus Features! They are absolutely worth it! Slàinte!
The Season is great. I watched it on tv. Now, I want to be able to watch it wherever I am, not just attached to a Blu-ray player.
And before people get mad, I will update my review when the downloads go live, which is something that should have been in place before those sets were ever sent out.