Arriving tomorrow on both DVD and Blu-ray at retailers everywhere is Warner Home Video’s The Final Destination, their 3-D sequel to the franchise where a group of teens must find a way to avert Death. To celebrate the release, we’ve got our paws on (5) copies of the DVD for some lucky BD readers to enter to win. Read on to see how.
THE FINAL DESTINATION available on Blu-ray(TM), DVD and Download on Tuesday, January 5.
“Nick and some friends head to the racetrack for the weekend to watch a car race. , when the terrifying accident flies into the audience at 180 mph. People will splatter and be ripped apart, one girl gets her head knocked off by a flying tire, massive explosions, and eventually the entire stadium collapses onto the rest of the audience. Then Nick discovers it was just a vision that’s about to happen, and he gets himself and about 12 other people ejected from the stadium. But Death returns to finish off the survivors, with the freak accidents being more brutal than ever. ”
Limited time only: Blu-ray to include 3-D version of the film and 3-D glasses
The Final Destination is directed by David R. Ellis (Snakes on a Plane) and stars Bobby Campo (99, Legally Blondes), Shantel Vansanten (TV’s One Tree Hill), Nick Zano (TV’s Cougar Town, TV’s Melrose Place) and Mykelti Williamson (TV’s 24, August Rush).
The Final Destination will be available in 3-D on Blu-ray for $35.99 and will include two pairs of 3-D glasses inside. The title will also be available on single disc DVD for $28.98.
On January 5, The Final Destination will be available for rent ON DEMAND through Digital Cable, Satellite TV, and select game consoles. It is also available to buy through DIGITAL DOWNLOAD from digital movie retailers and select game consoles.
The Final Destination Blu-ray Disc contains the following special features:
– Body Count: The Deaths of FD4
– Deleted Scenes
– Pre Visualization and Storyboards
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