Chronicle: The Intense Sci-Fi Thriller Flies On To Blu-ray and DVD May 15
Yeah Im talking about that movie with the teenagers that get super powers. It’s a movie that surprised a lot of us because of how good it was and how well it developed its characters. I highly recommend this movie, it’s a MUST in your collection.
Take an extraordinary journey with three teens who uncover a power greater than anything they’ve ever imagined. Up-and-coming actors
Dane DeHaan (“True Blood”), Alex Russell (Almost Kings) and Michael B. Jordan (“Friday Night Lights”) star alongside Michael Kelly (The Adjustment Bureau) in the innovative action film CHRONICLE, debuting on Blu-ray and DVD May 15 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Three high school students make an incredible discovery, leading to their developing uncanny telekinetic powers beyond their understanding. As they learn to control their abilities and use them to their advantage, their lives start to spin out of control as their darker sides begin to take over. What starts out as fun and games quickly becomes dangerous and they must face the inevitable question of whether they can handle the responsibility that comes with their remarkable powers.
Utilizing hand-held filmmaking techniques to create a realistic and exciting viewing experience, the CHRONICLE Blu-ray boast a director’s cut of the film and unseen footage that offer a deeper glimpse into the events that took place with the students. Special features include deleted scene, camera test, pre-viz materials and more. The film will be available as a Blu-ray combo pack with DVD and digital copy for an average retail price of $39.99 and the DVD is $29.98 respectively.
DIRECTOR’S CUT CHRONICLE Blu-ray Combo Pack
- Deleted Scene – Matt and Casey in the Kitchen
- Camera Test
- Theatrical Trailer
- Chronicle Soundtrack Info
“Chronicle” is really a movie about human nature and shows an honest approach to how humans react when given tremendous power. It offers a good emotional connection and a view of super-powered genre typically not seen with many of the blockbusters hitting screens.- MangoMonkeyBoy
For a full review of the movie click HERE.
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