Apologies for taking so long to give a review. I *finally* watched this tonight! I just kept putting it off because I've been working so hard on new/improved treble optimization. I'm still not done and was thinking I'd save it for when I'm "done", but my wife got tired me of putting it off. I'm glad I listened to her.
I think this is my new favorite soundtrack, and the BEQ takes it to 110%. I watched it (BD/Atmos soundtrack) at around "-5" on the MV. (I forgot to check to see if there was any dialnorm modification to that, so it might have been less). My system is configured with a pretty generous house curve (up to 10-12 dB "hot"). Pretty much all of the bass sounded full bandwidth, and the frequency balance was excellent. At no point did the low stuff overwhelm the mid-bass nor any of the rest of the spectrum. The sound effects were very cohesive from top to bottom, and the tactile sensations were detailed, articulate and at times brutal. There were multiple jaw-drop "jump out of my seat" moments where things just went BOOM spectacularly. The surround work in this mix was a big part of experience as well.
What can I say? This this a superb demo piece: for my bass capability, my overall sound capability, for BEQ as a technique, for superb sound design, etc. It is state-of-the-art. A big thanks to @maxmercy for taking the time to do this!