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A Trippy Third Clip From Don Coscarelli’s ‘John Dies at the End’!

While Magnolia Home Entertainment announced DVD and Blu-ray releases of John Dies at the End for April 2nd, the bizarre horror flick is now on VOD and in limited theaters. Check out a bizarre third clip from the flick starring Paul Giamatti, Clancy Brown, Angus Scrimm, Chase Williamson, Rob Mayes, Doug Jones, Glynn Turman and Daniel Roebuck.

DVD Active said that extras will include an audio commentary with director Don Coscarelli, producer Brad Baruh, Chase Williamson and Rob Mayes, deleted scenes, a Behind the Scenes featurette, a Monster Design featurette, Fangoria interviews with Director Don Coscarelli and Paul Giamatti, an AXS TV: A Look at John Dies at the End, and trailers.

In John Dies at the End, it’s all about the Soy Sauce, a drug that promises an out-of-body experience with each hit. Users drift across time and dimensions. But some who come back are no longer human. Suddenly a silent otherworldly invasion is underway, and mankind needs a hero. What it gets instead is John (Rob Mayes) and David (Chase Williamson), a pair of college dropouts who can barely hold down jobs. Can these two stop the oncoming horror in time to save humanity? No.No, they can’t.


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Chattanooga, TN: Barking Legs Theater

Tulsa, OK: Circle Cinema



  • KorovaMilkbar

    this is definitely a strange movie. like an acid induced coma….

  • Se_7_eN

    This movie lost my interest about 3/4 of the way through… Then grabbed it again at the credits.

  • djblack1313

    this is definitely refreshing in that it’s unlike nearly any other movie i’ve ever seen and it’s 100% UN-“Hollywood”. it’s a fun movie but i DO agree w/ Se_7_eN that it gets “meh…” during it’s run. but it’s definitely worth seeing.

  • dirtyghettok

    Personaly I loved the whole film. Like what djblack said, %100 un-hollywood. You definetly haven’t seen a movie like this. And if you have, please let me know.

  • otruja

    Insane movie. Feels like some weird brainfk mix of brainfking “Scoot piligrim” and brainfking “Matrix”.

  • Aaron Emery

    As far as being a MOVIE this was great but as a book adaptation it was one of the worst I’ve seen. The tone and (some of) the humor from the book was maintained but anyone who’s read it knows that this was just a convoluted collection of scenes from the book. Those that loved the movie and haven’t read the source material I strongly recommend doing so, you’ll be shocked at how much great stuff was left behind!

  • Droolbear

    I watched this on VOD and actually enjoyed it. Laughed my ass off at the “door knob” scene. Happens so quick if your not paying attention, you miss it.

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