Spider-Man: No Coming Home is now physically available in 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray, DVD or digital. Which should you get?

Spider-Man: No Coming Home is unequivocally the greatest film of quarantines, and among the greatest films of all time. He is widely regarded as one of the best Spider-Man, Marvel, Superhero, and film of all time. Adding it to your personal/home collection is probably a no brainer for most. However, there are nerds who really care about special features. One of the greatest things that DVDs have brought to the world are special features. So, this is here to help you decide if you just want the movie or if you really want a physical copy.

Of this bat, if you have a physical collection and collect Tom Holland, Spider-Man, Marvel or Sony movies, add this to your collection. It is a must in this sense. However, if you only want the movie, the physical appearance adds no value unless you can actually tell the difference between streaming quality and a physical copy. There is a very slight and almost imperceptible difference. It would mostly be in the sound, but the general public can’t afford the quality of the speakers to notice. So if you’re a physical movie collector, this is such a good movie that it’s basically a must-watch.

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However, if you are a movie nerd who loves special features. this is where things get a bit “huh”. The first and most glaring disappointment is the lack of a commentary track or commentary version of the film. Personally, I love the commentary tracks and find them incredibly insightful and often hilarious. Hearing the actors go through what’s on their mind, or the directors recounting how they brought it to life is one of the best parts of owning movies. Spider-Man: No Coming Home has 0 feedback tracks and really disappoints because of it.

Although it doesn’t have a track or commentary release, the Spider-Man: No Coming Home Home Media Release includes over 80 minutes of bonus content on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray and Digital. And 2 featurettes on DVD. Here is the official list from Sony below:

Spider-Man: No Returning Home Bonus material


  • Blooper and Gag Reel
  • Alternate Reality Easter Eggs
  • 7 Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes
    • Action choreography across the multiverse
    • A multiverse of miscreants
    • A spectacular spider journey with Tom Holland
    • Enter strange
    • graduation day
    • Realities collide, spiders unite
    • Weaving the Web by Jon Watt
  • 2 special panels:
    • The Sinister Summit – Villain Panel: Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx sit down for a panel discussion on their sinister personas.
    • A Meeting of the Spiders – Heroes Panel: Heroic Spider heroes sit down for a panel discussion on Peter, stunts, and skintight costumes.
  • 3 stories from the Daily Bugle
    • Spider-Menace Strikes Again
    • Sycophant Spider
    • web of lies
  • Preview of 2 stunt scenes
    • apartment fight
    • Battle Shield

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Spider-Man: No Coming Home


  • 2 Behind the Scenes Featurettes
    • A spectacular spider journey with Tom Holland
    • graduation day


Duration: About. 148 minutes
Evaluation: PG-13: Action/violent sequences, some language and brief suggestive comments
4K UHD: Feature: 2160p Ultra High Definition / 2.39:1 • English Dolby Atmos (Dolby TrueHD 7.1 compatible), French (Dubbed in Quebec), Spanish, English & French (Dubbed in Quebec) – Dolby Digital 5.1 audio description tracks
Blu-ray™: Feature: 1080p High Definition / 2.39:1 • Audio: English 5.1 DTS-HD MA, French (Dubbed in Quebec), Spanish, English & French (Dubbed in Quebec) – Dolby Digital 5.1 audio description tracks
DVD: Feature: 2.39:1 Anamorphic Widescreen • Audio: English, French (Dubbed in Quebec), Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, English and French (Dubbed in Quebec) – Dolby Surround audio description tracks

While the featurettes are entertaining, nothing provides in-depth insight. That’s a lot of compliments from everyone involved in the project, and rightly so. But nothing that really attracts viewers more. Director and cast commentary usually equates to a masterclass mixed with an incredibly improvisational podcast, which is the bar on which I judge features. While entertaining and interesting, nothing offers this level of education and entertainment. Moreover, almost all the content is available for free online on the official channels. Which really lowers the overall value.

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Spider-Man: No Coming Home is a must-watch movie for fans of the film, genre, MCU, and more. It’s a really great movie, the absence of which will be a major factor in the quality of your collection. However, the only reason to buy it is for the movie because the special features aren’t really special. First, most are widely available for free and second, nothing goes deep into the spirit and process of the project. It’s all far from the director/cast comments and even the Marvel assembled documentaries on Disney+.

I give it Spider-Man no coming home home press release has 3/5. If you want anything other than the movie itself, there’s no real reason to buy the home press release in any medium. The features aren’t particularly special due to their wide availability and lack of deeper content, and the box art isn’t limited or unique in any way.

Spider-Man: No Coming Home is now available in 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital.

Are you going to get Spider-Man: No Coming Home on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray, DVD or digital? Would you like them to release a commentary track? What does it take for you to buy a movie? Let us know in the comments below and share your movie collections with us on Twitter.

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