Non-believers unite in the satirical, irreverent comedy, Rapture-Palooza, arriving on Blu-ray Disc (plus Digital UltraViolet), DVD (plus Digital UltraViolet), and Digital Download August 20 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. From the writer of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure and the producers of Bad Teacher, the film features a cast including Craig Robinson (TV’s “The Office,” Hot Tub Time Machine), Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect, Twilight saga), John Francis Daley (TV’s “Bones,” TV’s “Freaks and Geeks”), Rob Corddry (Warm Bodies, Hot Tub Time Machine) and Ana Gasteyer (TV’s “Saturday Night Live,” Mean Girls).
We’ve landed an exclusive clip that takes us to the stage where Craig Robinson, as the Beast himself, gives quite a speech!
“When the apocalypse actually happens and a billion people are raptured to heaven, Lindsey (Kendrick) and her boyfriend Ben (Daley) are left behind in suburban Seattle. Amidst talking locusts, blood rain showers and pot-smoking wraiths, the young couple attempts to live a normal, everyday life. When the Anti-Christ (Robinson) settles down in their neighborhood things quickly take a turn for the worse, especially after Lindsey finds herself as the object of Satan’s affection. With the help of family, friends and a lawn-mowing zombie, the duo set off to stop the Devil from taking an unwilling bride and they may just save the world in the process.”
The Blu-ray Disc and DVD include an audio commentary with Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and Rob Huebel, deleted scenes, a gag reel and a featurette.
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