Barbarian gets home video release date

Zach Cregger is one of the most exciting horror films of the year barbaricAnd for those who may not have seen the experience in theaters, you’ll be able to watch it on Digital HD later this month. With a relatively meticulous marketing campaign in place for the film and no major stars appearing, the film quietly landed in theaters, only to word of mouth about the utterly amusing and shocking transformations the film takes to see it earn an impressive lifespan in theaters in subsequent weeks, while most films have drop rates. More sharply at the box office. barbaric It will be available on Digital HD on October 25.

In the movie, “When she arrives in Detroit for a job interview, a young woman books a rented house. But when she arrives late at night, she discovers that the house has been twice booked and a strange man is already staying there. Against her best judgment, she decides to spend the evening, but soon finds out that there is much more to be feared than just an unexpected house guest. From Twentieth Century Studios and the New Regency, barbaric Stars Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgard and Justin Long. Written and directed by Zack Krieger.

The special features in the Digital HD version are as follows:


  • Behind the barbarian Director Zack Krieger, cast and crew discuss the unique and familiar elements of horror that make up barbaric Terrifying and reveal the inspiration behind the horrific tale.

Deleted scenes

  • Bonnie
  • Doug extension
  • Tess calls Marcus
  • the mouse

Thanks to strong box office earnings, positive responses from audiences, and the innovative nature of the premise, some fans were already wondering if we could get a follow-up movie that sheds more light on the experience. Unfortunately for fans, Cragger is not at all interested in getting back into this world at this point.

Cregger shared with “So there’s a big twist around the 40-minute mark and I’m always eagerly waiting for that moment. It’s my favorite moment.” “Barbarian 2, not mine. It won’t happen to me. Never say never, I could have a great idea tomorrow and be out of the races, but I doubt it.”

In addition to barbaric Coming to Digital HD on October 25, reports surfaced recently that the movie is heading to both HBO Max and Hulu in the same week.

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