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The South Park Movie Is Now Available On 4K Blu-Ray For The First Time

South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut is one of the biggest R-rated comedies of all time, and now you can finally watch it in 4K UHD.


Considering that South Park is still going strong as a TV show in 2024, it's pretty impressive that the movie version, South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut, came out 25 years ago. But why think about it when you could watch it in 4K? In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the first South Park movie is finally available on 4K Blu-ray for the first time. And compared to many recent 4K Blu-rays, it feels like a bargain to be able to snag South Park's limited-edition release for $23 at Amazon, Walmart, and Target.

Yes, it's fair to ask whether it's truly necessary to watch South Park in 4K. But it's important to keep in mind that the animation in the South Park movie, which cost $30 million to make, was a lot more sophisticated than the show's thanks to the significant use of CGI at various points--this thing is gonna look good with all those extra pixels. But if for some reason you're anti-4K when it comes to South Park, the 25th Anniversary edition includes a 1080p Blu-ray and digital code for good measure.

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut 25th Anniversary Edition Special Features

  • Commentary from South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker
  • "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" Music Video
  • Sing-along version of the movie
  • Theatrical trailers

The South Park movie isn't the only film from series creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone that has received the 4K treatment for the first time: Team America: World Police is celebrating its 20th anniversary with its own limited edition 4K Blu-ray. Currently, Team America is even cheaper than South Park, costing only $20 at the same retailers: Amazon, Walmart, and Target.

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