Director Tim Miller helmed the sixth installment in the Terminator franchise, which reunites Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger in a timeline that unfolds two decades after the events of the first movie. An aging Sarah Connor joins forces with a cybernetically-enhanced female soldier from 2042—and her former nemesis—to protect a young girl from an advanced Terminator model from the dystopian future.
Deleted and Extended Scenes
In-Depth Behind-the-Scenes featurettes
Over and hour of bonus content
David S. Goyer
Linda HamiltonSarah Connor
Diego BonetaDiego Ramos
Tristán UlloaFelipe Gnadal
Tom HopperWilliam Hadrell
Fraser JamesMajor Dean
Matt DevereUS Border Riot & Locker Officer
Neil CorbouldBBQ Host Dad
Lorna BrownUS Border - Agent Brenner
Stuart McQuarrieCraig - Factory Supervisor
Pedro HernandezForeman Silvio
Stephen OyoungTechnician Curtis
Alicia BorracheroCarl's Wife
Edward FurlongJohn Connor Reference
David S. GoyerScreen Story
James CameronScreen Story
Josh FriedmanScreen Story
Sonja KlausProduction Designer
Alejandro FernandezArt Director
David BryanArt Director
Tom StillArt Director
Bonnie CurtisExecutive Producer
Dana GoldbergExecutive Producer
Don GrangerExecutive Producer
John J. KellyExecutive Producer
Julie LynnExecutive Producer
Tim MillerExecutive Producer
Dawn BrownSet Designer
Ngila DicksonCostume Designer
Derek VanderhorstSound/Sound Designer
Jack WhittakerSound/Sound Designer
Lee GilmoreSound/Sound Designer
Adam FillenzCamera Operator
John SkotchdopoleCamera Operator
Keith DunkerleyCamera Operator
Andy NelsonRe-Recording Mixer
Dan AkersVisual Effects Supervisor
Danielle BakerCostumes Supervisor
Faye GreenSpecial Effects Coordinator
Gale Anne HurdCharacter(s) created by
James CameronCharacter(s) created by
John J. KellyUnit Production Manager
Mac RuthProduction Sound Mixer
Michael HarbourVisual Effects Supervisor
Neil CorbouldSpecial Effects Supervisor
Philip J. SilveraStunts Coordinator
Steven KaminskyPost Production Supervisor
Action and Adventure,Sci-Fi
Action Thriller,Sci-Fi Action,Sci-Fi Adventure
Terminator: Dark Fate
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, Blu-ray/DVD
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
Terminator: Dark Fate [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] 
I loved this movie! I thought they did a great job of staying true to what made Terminator special. T1 and T2 are classics but Dark Fate is easily the best Terminator since then. It stays true to form and retains that feel and tone of the first two. From the beginning you’re in for an exhilarating ride. Terminator is once again a thriller/action movie with just the right amount of comedy to provide you with a breather. I loved the new cast such as Grace and the Rev-9 and Arnold is a living legend that finds himself in a new and interesting role. The return of Sarah Connor is great. She was there from the beginning and her absence was felt in previous installments. Overall this is a great movie and one that I hope can launch Terminator into a new renaissance be it through feature length films or streaming series’. Terminator: Dark Fate is a worthy successor to Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
Well James Cameron went back on his Original plan to fix the Franchise, & cause of this, i'd just go & grab Genesis anyways,
even after it flopping...
Dark Fate was suppose to fix what was wrong with Genesis, &
instead it just copied it, & didn't really improve anything over
the Genesis movie...
Anyone wanna know the New Terminator Type?
It's a Carbon Based Terminator from a different Model...
Hence the more Black or Charcoal Black Coloring...
I got this idea from a scene where they mentioned
something about carbon material in the movie...
Movie starts off great, & falls flat right away, from there
you could pretty much predict the whole movie...
The Line Arnold Gives when you first see him
in the Movie, & he says the name Madeio or whatever
you call the kid? Kind of made 0 to no sense to me, &
this Line made so little sense that it pretty much kills
the whole Timeline Continuity & Franchise... o_@
Arnold also plays a more family friendly kind of
Jerk in the movie, too No idea what that is about...
I give the movie like a 3 out of 5 Stars, for wanting
to be better then Genesis, but then not really delivering
the material to do better, & actually just doing the same...
My Advice? Either stick to the 1st 3 Terminator Movies,
or grab them all... After 3rd Movie, there just isn't any
point to picking up only 1 or 2 of them... So mise well
get them all...
PS: I recommended the Movie, simply because
I don't think we are getting anything better, or we
probably won't get anything better, but hey, I could
always be wrong, too. There is also the fact that if
you saw Genesis, you mise well see this, too...
Enjoyed the return of Sarah Connor. However, not her best performance like before. Maybe a bit rusty from her absence.
-Sound; Atmos. Sound was full & strong but lack some channel precision.
-Digital Copy; Yes, full version with Dolby Vision & Atmos.
-Slipcover; No but steel-case instead.
-3D; no availability like Genesis.
-Gear used for sound & visuals:
LG 65’ C6P 4k/3D passive OLED (manually calibrated)
9.2 Onkyo RZ + pre amp for 7.2.4/11.2 (integrated calibrated then manually tweeted with SPL sound level meter & balance/adjust for full dynamic range)
Klipsch Reference Premier towers
dual R112SW subs
Polk Audio MC80 8’ quad in-ceiling heights
Oppo 4K UDP-203
Monster cables: Premium Black Platinum HDR HDMIs, THX Audio RCA, Digital Subwoofer Cables & Fiber Optic Ultra 1000
Monoprice 14 gauge awg copper speaker wire
Nakamichi Speaker Plugs
Auralex Acoustic Isolation platforms