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Crawl Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital Release Details & Cover Art

  • DailyDead
Paramount Home Entertainment announced that they'll be releasing Crawl On Demand on September 24th, followed by a Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD roll-out on October 15th. Here's a look at the official press release and cover art:

Producer Sam Raimi (Evil Dead) and director Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes) deliver “a suspenseful thrill ride” in Crawl, coming to Digital September 24, 2019 and on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand October 15 from Paramount Home Entertainment.

The Digital* and Blu-ray releases are loaded with over 45 minutes of thrilling special features, including an exclusive motion comic of the film’s alternate opening. Plus, check out deleted and extended scenes, a behind-the-scenes look at the incredible visual effects, interviews with cast and crew, and an “Alligator Attacks” compilation that highlights the bone-crunching alligator sequences.

Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, Crawl was hailed by critics as “one of the most unexpected and satisfying genre films of the
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Crawl Headed for Home Oct. 15

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Producer Sam Raimi (Evil Dead) and director Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes) deliver “a suspenseful thrill ride” in Crawl, coming to Digital September 24, 2019 and on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand October 15 from Paramount Home Entertainment.

The Digital* and Blu-ray releases are loaded with over 45 minutes of thrilling special features, including an exclusive motion comic of the film’s alternate opening. Plus, check out deleted and extended scenes, a behind-the-scenes look at the incredible visual effects, interviews with cast and crew, and an “Alligator Attacks” compilation that highlights the bone-crunching alligator sequences.

Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, Crawl was hailed by critics as “one of the most unexpected and satisfying genre films of the year”. As a hurricane tears through Florida, Haley (Kaya Scodelario) rushes to find her father (Barry Pepper), who is injured and trapped in the crawl space of their home. With the storm intensifying and water levels rising,
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Crawl Devours Its Way to Digital, Blu-ray & DVD with Deleted and Extended Scenes

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Crawl Devours Its Way to Digital, Blu-ray & DVD with Deleted and Extended Scenes
Producer Sam Raimi (Evil Dead) and director Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes) deliver a hell of a thrill ride in Crawl, coming to Digital September 24, 2019 and on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand October 15 from Paramount Home Entertainment.

The Digital and Blu-ray releases of Crawl are loaded with over 45 minutes of thrilling special features, including an exclusive motion comic of the film's alternate opening. Plus, check out deleted and extended scenes, a behind-the-scenes look at the incredible visual effects, interviews with cast and crew, and an "Alligator Attacks" compilation that highlights the bone-crunching alligator sequences.

As a hurricane tears through Florida, Haley (Kaya Scodelario) rushes to find her father (Barry Pepper), who is injured and trapped in the crawl space of their home. With the storm intensifying and water levels rising, the pair face an even bigger threat lurking below the surface.

Crawl bonus features on Blu-ray Combo Pack & Digital
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Get Ready to ‘Crawl’ on Blu-ray and DVD, But Not 4K

Director Alexandre Aja combines two things Florida has plenty of, hurricanes and alligators, in the horror thriller Crawl starring Kaya Scodelario.

After amassing a worldwide cumulative box office total of over $83.5 million from a relatively minuscule $15.5 million budget, Crawl will next chomp on home video sales this fall.

Paramount Home Entertainment is bringing Crawl to Digital first on September 24th. A Blu-ray and DVD release is scheduled for three weeks later on October 15th.

Note that Crawl will not be getting a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release at this time.

Crawl bonus features across all formats include the following:

Intro to Alternate Opening

Alternate Opening

Deleted and Extended Scenes

Beneath Crawl

Category 5 Gators: The VFX of Crawl

Alligator Attacks

Here's a look at the Crawl Blu-ray, DVD and Digital combo box art.
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Sam Raimi Is Turning Bedtime Story Horror Short Into a Feature-Length Movie

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Sam Raimi Is Turning Bedtime Story Horror Short Into a Feature-Length Movie
Sam Raimi has lined up another interesting horror project, as he has set out to turn the short Bedtime Story into a feature-length movie. He will produce the thriller, which was picked up by Js Entertainment and Starlight Media. The original was directed by Lucas Paulino and &#193ngel Torres.

Lucas Paulino and &#193ngel Torres will return to direct the feature-length version of Bedtime Story. The pair wrote the short, which follows two young boys who are terrorized when their mother's haunting late night tale springs to scary life. Sam Raimi will produce alongside Rob Tapert for their Ghost House genre banner. The production is being made under Ghost House's deal with Starlight.

Craig Flores has also joined the thriller as a producer through his Bread & Circuses Entertainment label. Romel Adam is responsible for bringing Bedtime Story to the table, and will continue to oversee everything, working with Zainab Azizi.
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Bring the Terror of Crawl Home this October

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Alexandre Aja’s disaster/monster movie, Crawl, will soon be swimming onto your TV at home with the film’s release on Blu-Ray. If you missed out on the monster movie action of Crawl, you won’t have to wait much longer to check it out from the comfort of your couch. Paramount Pictures have announced the film will […]

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China Box Office: ‘Jade Dynasty’ in Front Ahead of Mixed Competition

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China Box Office: ‘Jade Dynasty’ in Front Ahead of Mixed Competition
With “Jade Dynasty” out front, Chinese action and Asian animation films led the way at the China box office over the past weekend, while the few American titles in play have failed to attract many moviegoers.

Chinese action fantasy “Jade Dynasty” led the weekend box office in its debut with $38.1 million, figures from consultancy Artisan Gateway showed. That was higher than the global total for the much-lauded “Hustlers,” which took $33 million in its opening in North America and $37.7 million worldwide.

China’s box office this year is running 2.5% behind this point last year, but the past weekend was not too shabby. Artisan Gateway reported a total gross of $111 million between Friday and Sunday, exceeding the $109 million earned at the box office in North America.

Starring Mandopop idol Sean Xiao Zhan, Li Qin (“The Founding of an Army”) and Rocket Girls 101 singer Meng Meiqi, “Jade Dynasty” is directed by Hong Kong’s Tony Ching Siu-tung,
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Summer Box Office Wrap: Five Things We Learned From a Lackluster Popcorn Season

  • Variety
Summer 2019: It was the best of times (for Disney), it was the worst of times (for basically any other studio).

It’s been something of a mixed bag at the box office during the stretch between May and August, the four-month period officially defined as summer moviegoing season. Notable misses such as “Dark Phoenix,” “The Kitchen” and “Where’d You Go Bernadette” ultimately outweighed the hits like “The Lion King,” “John Wick 3” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” causing ticket sales decline 2% from the same time last year.

As pumpkin spice season dawns, there are still a number of promising titles on deck for the remainder of 2019 — “It: Chapter Two,” “Frozen 2” “Jumanji: The Next Level” to name a few — but Hollywood will have to rely on a whole lot of movies to resonate in order to assure studio executives that people do indeed still like going to the movies.
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Summer 2019 B.O. Rings Up $4.8B+: After Being Slaughtered By Disney, Rival Studios Ponder ‘What’s Theatrical?’

  • Deadline
People left their homes and went to the movies this summer, shelling out what is expected to be $4.83 billion by Monday, +1% from the same period last year, which started at the end of April and lasted through Labor Day, and a few dollars shy of 2013’s $4.872B all-time record, per Comscore.

True, close to 50% of this summer’s ticket sales came from Disney branded IP ($2.2B), and 18% from their Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame (which opened on April 26), leaving a slew of lower-to-mid-sized budgeted films gasping.

As Netflix gets ready to launch a premium awards season lineup that includes Martin Scorsese’s near-$200M The Irishman, Eddie Murphy’s Dolemite Is My Name, and Steven Soderbergh’s The Laundromat, studios executives left for Labor Day weekend wondering: Just what is theatrical nowadays?

Yes, of course, big branded IP, superhero projects, Disney characters work, duh. And older IP that hasn’t really
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'Hobbs & Shaw' to clear $500m at international box office this weekend

'Hobbs & Shaw' to clear $500m at international box office this weekend
Angel Has Fallen flies flag for independent cinema.

Universal’s Fast franchise spin-off Hobbs & Shaw has enjoyed a terrific run thus far and studio executives can look forward to a $500m-plus international running total by the end of the weekend as the tentpole enters its second session in China.

Currently on $477.2m, the vehicle that unites the considerable powers of Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Idris Elba and Vanessa Kirby has reached $628m at the global box office and will soar past $650m this weekend.

It delivered a record August launch of $100.1m in China last weekend and the territory is key.
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‘Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood’ holds off ‘Angel Has Fallen’ at sun-drenched UK box office

Angel Has Fallen posts underwhelming £1.4m debut weekend.

Today’s Gbp to Usd conversion rate: 1.23

Rank Film (Distributor) Three-day gross (Aug 23-25) Total gross to date Week 1 Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood (Sony) £2.1m £13.2m 2 2 Angel Has Fallen (Lionsgate) £1.4m £2.5m 1 3 The Lion King (Disney) £1.1m £69.4m 6 4 Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw (Universal) £822,000 £18m 4 5 Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark (eOne) £611,218 £755,733 1 Sony Pictures

Retaining its place at the top of the UK box office tree this weekend was Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood. The film added £2.1m Fri-Sun, a fairly heavy drop of 59% on its opening session.
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Crawl Review – FrightFest 2019

The studio-backed creature feature is apparently still alive and well, despite the constant swings towards low-rent laughs from the Sharknados and Velocipastors of the world. Not only are the big nasties of the ocean deep still bringing in the big bucks however many decades now post-Jaws, they’re still attracting some genre-favourite directors too; with mainstays like Jaume Collet-Serra (The Shallows) and Alexandre Aja (Piranha 3D) throwing their names into the ring, the latter joining forces with none other than Sam Raimi for this latest bite of monster mayhem.

The cleverly-assembled Crawl finds Kaya Scodelario’s champion swimmer Haley thrusting herself into the middle of a Florida hurricane, desperately searching for her stubborn, recently divorced dad (Barry Pepper), who’s for whatever reason, decided to bury himself in the basement of their old family home. With weather-warnings abound, she finally makes contact with him, only to find that there’s
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Arrow Video Frightfest 2019 Review – Crawl

Crawl, 2019.

Directed by Alexandre Aja.

Starring Kaya Scodelario, Barry Pepper, Ross Anderson, George Somner, Ami Metcalf, José Palma, Morfydd Clark, Annamaria Serda, Savannah Steyn and Colin McFarlane.

Synopsis:

A young woman, while attempting to save her father during a Category 5 hurricane, finds herself trapped in a flooding house and must fight for her life against alligators.

Alexandre Aja (Piranha 3D) continues his run of stylishly adapting sub-par material with a gator flick that, in lesser hands, could easily have imploded in on itself. And though deficient scripting distracts at times, Crawl lives and dies by its strong production and mighty performances.

A Category 5 hurricane is rolling through Florida when prized swimmer Haley Keller (Kaya Scodelario) learns that her father, Dave (Barry Pepper), has gone radio silent. After driving to his home and finding him injured in the basement, she comes face-to-face with a congregation of hungry alligators eager to rip them limb from limb.
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10 Movies To Watch If You Liked Crawl

Crawl is a movie that takes a classic idea and a classic horror genre and updates it for a more modern audience. It's equal parts scary and campy, and it takes its relatively simple premise about as far as it could possibly go. It's the story of Haley and her dad Dave. When a massive hurricane heads towards their home state of Florida, Haley goes home to check in on her missing father. She starts off believing that the hurricane is the danger they must escape, but they both ultimately find themselves trapped in their home's basement crawl space, under attack from some ravenous alligators.

Related: 10 Large Reptile Movies To Watch If You Loved "Crawl"

Creature features are a classic and iconic genre of horror film, and there is no scarcity of options if anyone ever finds themselves in the mood for one. Crawl is an undoubtedly fun offering within the creature feature world,
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Crawl movie review: Critics Review, Rating, Cast and Crew

Crawl movie review is here. Directed by Alexandre Aja and written by Michael and Shawn Rasmussen. The movie stars Kaya Scodelario and Barry Pepper. The creature horror releases in India Today ? August 23, 2019. Does it provide the scares and thrills as ordered?. Let?s find out in the Crawl movie review.

Immediate reaction when the end credits roll

Wow!!, this 87 odd minutes of sheer creature feature delight is just terrific. Crawl delivers the promised shocks with a degree of expertise that penetrates with those rare bloody teeth?s.? A terrifically terrifying fun on screen.

The Story of Crawl

When a massive hurricane hits her Florida hometown, Haley (Kaya Scodelario) ignores evacuation orders to search for her missing father (Barry Pepper). Finding him gravely injured in the crawl space of their family home, the two become trapped by quickly encroaching floodwaters. As time runs out to escape the strengthening storm, Haley and
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Movie Review – Crawl (2019)

Crawl, 2019.

Directed by Alexandre Aja.

Starring Kaya Scodelario, Barry Pepper, Ross Anderson, George Somner, Ami Metcalf, José Palma, Morfydd Clark, Annamaria Serda, Savannah Steyn, and Colin McFarlane.

Synopsis:

A young woman, while attempting to save her father during a Category 5 hurricane, finds herself trapped in a flooding house and must fight for her life against alligators.

From the second Crawl opens with a brief introduction to our heroine Haley at a Florida college swimming competition, it felt as if I was destined to loathe it. Intespliced with her second place finish defeat (by a fraction of a second) is childhood flashbacks illustrating the bond she once had with her father (played by Barry Pepper) and his influence on her recognizing her own talent. It also foreshadows quite a bit, namely that there will be some hokey father-daughter drama (courtesy of the script written by Michael and Shawn Rasmussen) and that
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Why Dynamic Pricing for Movie Tickets Could Be a Tough Sell

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People aren’t going to the movies as much this summer. Are they staying away because the films are duds, or is it because tickets are getting too expensive?

AMC is making a bet that cost, not quality, is behind the recent downturn. Last week, the country’s largest exhibitor announced it will be testing a new pricing initiative in which it will charge a premium for movies that are “of the highest appeal.” In turn, less in-demand films will be cheaper.

For now, AMC will limit the pricing model to 30 venues across four cities — Boston; Columbus, Ohio; Indianapolis; and San Diego. The surcharge will be between 50¢ and $1.50.

“Think of it being applied, let’s say, to one or two movie titles each month,” AMC chief Adam Aron explained on the company’s Aug. 8 earnings call. “This is basic economic theory that goes back to the first microeconomics course we
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Three Alligator/ Crocodile Movies To See Before ‘Crawl’

This week sees the release of the creature feature Crawl, a high-tension alligator movie that will have you on the very edge of your seat. Kaya Scodelario leads the cast of the film as young swimming ace Hayley who loses contact with her father Dave (Barry Pepper) during a category 5 hurricane in Florida. Having not being able to get hold of him by telephone, she travels back to her home town to track Dave down.

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Unfortunately for Hayley, she soon finds herself stuck in a flooded house, the water all around her slowly starting to rise all around her. Throw into the mix a bunch of hungry alligators and you’ve got yourself one of the most nail-biting thrillers of the year.

Ahead of the film’s release on Friday, we take a look at three kick-ass alligator/croc movies to get you in the mood for Crawl.
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New Clip Lands For Incoming Thriller ‘Crawl’

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Paramount Pictures has unleashed a brand new clip from their big release Crawl, which swims into cinemas later this week. The film has garnered some pretty positive reviews and quite literally will have you on the edge of your seat throughout.

When a massive hurricane hits her Florida hometown, Haley (Kaya Scodelario) ignores evacuation orders to search for her missing father (Barry Pepper). Finding him gravely injured in the crawl space of their family home, the two become trapped by quickly encroaching floodwaters. As time runs out to escape the strengthening storm, Haley and her father discover that the rising water level is the least of their fears. From director Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes) and producers Craig Flores (300), Sam Raimi and Alexandre Aja, Crawl is a nail-biting horror-thriller.

You can watch the new clip, titled ‘Levee Breaks’ in the player below. It really does give an
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‘Crawl’ Review: Dir. Alexandre Aja (2019)

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Headstrong Hayley (Kaya Scodelario) gets a call during her swim team practice from her sister who is worried about their father (Barry Pepper). There’s a big storm, Hurricane Wendy, headed his way and she hasn’t been able to reach him. In a bid to put her sister’s mind at rest, Hayley offers to make the two-hour drive (in the storm) to check on daddy dearest, a man she hasn’t spoken to in a while. Once home, it quickly becomes apparent that all is not well at the homestead after she discovers her father injured in the crawlspace underneath the house. Whilst trying to drag him to safety, she discovers that they aren’t alone down there and that a vicious alligator is the perpetrator of dad’s injuries. The estranged father and daughter must then work together to survive not only the storm outside,
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