Don’t Breathe Coming To Blu-ray And DVD With Killer Bonus Features

October 18, 2016

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Fede Alvarez, the director behind 2013’s ‘Evil Dead’, and producer Sam Raimi are ready to strike fear in the hearts of genre fans with the highly anticipated film ‘Don’t Breathe’,which goes far beyond your average a home invasion thriller. Don’t Breathe will leave you breathless with a mix claustrophobic terror, twists around every corner and horrific discoveries throughout the film, which will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD this November from Sony Pictures.


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Jane Levy, who also starred in Alvarez’s Evil Dead, plays the role of Rocky, a young woman desperate for money who goes along with her boyfriend Money (Daniel Zovato) and their friend Alex (Dylan Minnette) on what they think is easy score. The trio target a blind man (Stephen Lang), but after breaking into his home they discover they have made a terrible mistake. Now, they are in fight for survival.


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Alvarez not only directed the high-octane horror-thriller, he teamed up once again with Rodo Sayagues (Evil Dead) to write the screenplay. Raimi serves as a producer along with Erin Westerman, J.R. Young, Rob Tapert, Cristen Carr Strubbe, Ildiko Kemny, Kelli Konop , Alverez and David Minkowski. Mathew Hart and Rodo Sayagues are the film’s executive producers.




If you only see one horror film in 2016, this is the one. Luckily, you won’t have to wait very long. ‘Don’t Breathe’ will debut on Digital HD on November 8th and arrive on Blu-ray and DVD on November 29th. The Blu-ray and DVD will have several great bonus features, including behind-the-scene footage, featurettes, director’s commentary with Fede Alvarez, co-writer Rodo Sayagues and actor Stephen Lang. It will also have eight deleted scenes and five minutes of footage that was too intense to show theater audiences, making this a must have for horror fans’ entertainment libraries.


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