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‘The Babadook’ Comes To Blu-ray on April 14!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Jan 30th, 2015

Hey guys, Jana here,

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Hopefully you’ve had the chance to fall in love, or fear, with ‘The Babadook‘, if not here comes another chance when this newly minted classic horror debuts on Special Edition Blu-ray, Standard Blu-ray and DVD available everywhere April 14th, 2015 from Scream Factory.

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The film starts a little slow focusing on Amelia who lost her husband in a car crash on the way to give birth to their son, and how she struggles with the daily issues of being a single mom. Her son, Samuel, seems to be afraid of just about everything. He has deep fears of monsters and does not overcome the scares which leads Amelia into isolation as her friends, who are unsure of how to help, back out of her life. At a particularly bad low point, Samuel is read a story by Amelia that talks about the ‘Babadook‘ monster that hides in the dark. Samuel feels the effects of the Babadook and even Amelia feels the darkness. The film builds slowly at first, but is one of those movies that stays in the back of your mind, creeping up whenever you turn the light off, you begin to question if you’re really alone in your room, the staying power this film has it phenomenal! I highly recommend checking it out!

The Special Edition Blu-ray comes in a striking limited run pop-up package, comes with all kinds of bonus features including theatrical trailers and an in-depth look behind-the-scenes of the making of the film including cast and crew interviews along with deleted scenes and director Jennifer Kent’s award-winning short film ‘Monster‘.

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Special Edition Blu-ray Bonus Features:

Jennifer Kent’s short film MONSTER
Deleted Scenes
Limited run pop-up package
Cast and Crew interviews and a look behind-the-scenes of the making of The Babadook:
Creating The Book with illustrator Alex Juhasz
A Tour of the House Set
The Stunts: Jumping the stairs
Special Effects: The Stabbing Scene
Theatrical Trailers

Standard Blu-ray Bonus Features:

Cast and Crew interviews and a look behind-the-scenes of the making of The Babadook:
Creating The Book with illustrator Alex Juhasz
A Tour of the House Set
The Stunts: Jumping the stairs
Special Effects: The Stabbing Scene
Theatrical Trailers

DVD Edition Bonus Features:

Cast and Crew interviews and a look behind-the-scenes of the making of The Babadook:
Creating The Book with illustrator Alex Juhasz
A Tour of the House Set
The Stunts: Jumping the stairs
Special Effects: The Stabbing Scene
Theatrical Trailers

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