‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night’ Coming to DVD & Blu-ray in July
Yay! I didn’t get the chance to see Dylan Dog: Dead of Night in theaters since it was only shown in a selective few for a very short time, so I am beyond happy that it’s coming out on DVD and Blu-ray soon - July 26 to be exact. I admit that I am beyond geeked for this release. Critics may have had nothing but horrible things to say about this film (as usual), but screw them, I totally want to see this film.
Check out the official press release:
“Paranormal crime scenes combined with comedic mishaps are all in a day’s work for New Orleans’ most surreptitious investigator in DYLAN DOG: DEAD OF NIGHT, arriving on Blu-ray and DVD July 26th from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. The producers of Terminator Salvation and Cowboys & Aliens introduce audiences to a whole new genre of dark fantasy filmmaking that blends crime-fighting and humor in this tongue-in-cheek supernatural horror in the spirit of Zombieland and Shaun of the Dead.
Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) stars as Dylan Dog, a supernatural detective who will go where the living dare not - facing friend and foe alike in the monster infested backstreets of New Orleans. Armed with an edgy wit and an arsenal of silver and wood-tipped bullets, Dylan must solve a series of murders before an epic war ensues between his werewolf, vampire and zombie clients. Based on one of the world's most popular comic books (over 60 million copies sold), this inventive horror comedy will slay you with humor and genuine frights.
Acclaimed horror director Kevin Munroe (TMNT) guides this comedic cast, which also includes Taye Diggs (“Private Practice”), Peter Stormare (Minority Report), Sam Huntington (“Being Human”) and (Kurt Angle (Death From Above).”
Unfortunately there is no information on the DVD or Blu-ray’s extra features, you’d think the press release or Amazon would have the info, but nope, no one does yet. But once I know, you’ll know.
Here’s the Dylan Dog trailer:
Anyone else excited for this film? I can’t wait to pick Dylan Dog up!