Dredd was released on Blu-ray/3D/DVD today and we want to hear your thoughts on the second film adaptation of the 2000AD comic book! It's your turn to be the Judge, tell us what you think.
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I'll tell you what, Dredd had better sell like hotcakes when the film is released on Blu-ray and DVD January 8, or that will most likely be the last time I see a live-action version of the character in my lifetime.
We loved Lionsgate's Dredd in theaters, and you can be sure we'll be checking it out on DVD and Blu-Ray when it releases January 8th. In order to celebrate the home video release of Dredd, we are pleased to announce the "Dredd Slo-Mo for a GoPro" Contest.
While it didn't fare overly well at the box office Dredd was still met with some critical praise, and to gear up for the blu-ray and DVD release Lionsgate has released this new trailer. Click here to check it out.
This past fall, Dredd released to a bad box office, yet the film received a large number of positive reviews for stellar performances and visuals. Did Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby's crime fighting motion picture deserve the praise? Check out my take after the jump...
Courtesy of our friends over at MTV, we have a sneak peek of yet another featurette for the upcoming Blu-ray release of Dredd (on sale next week). This ones takes a look at the comic book history of the iconic 2000AD character. Check it out!
analyzes how and why the new Dredd, intentionally or not, laid down what should (but won't) be the new blueprints for the vast majority of superhero movies.
The filmmakers behind this year's 2000 AD movie Dredd 3D discuss adapting the comic book world in a brand new Blu-Ray clip for the critically acclaimed Lionsgate film. Hit the jump to watch it.
The misfire of Dredd in theaters is a little baffling but nevertheless, the film is hitting dvd and blu-ray on January 8th. Don't make the same mistake twice, this is a comic book movie that you definitely want to check out.
Lionsgate have announced the full Blu-Ray specs for this year's 2000AD comic book adaptation Dredd 3D, which hits home video at the beginning of 2013. Hit the jump for the studio's press release revealing the full details of the Blu-Ray release.
Prime Focus World has uploaded four VFX breakdown videos that show how they brought Mega-City One to life and how the super slow-motion 3D sequences were constructed. Also of note, the pre-visuals reveal that Ma-Ma was envisioned a bit bigger.
After a disappointing $6.3 million opening at the North American box office back in September, DREDD 3D has finally ended it's theatrical run and the domestic total for the critically acclaimed reboot confirms that it had one of the worst wide releases of the year.
Even though "Dredd 3D" has been in theaters for several weeks I may have have to include a spoiler warning based on box office attendance. If you don't mind being spoiled come check out the digital wizardy that transformed South Africa into Mega-City 1.
Possibly one of the best comic book films/B-list action films ever made, Dredd 3D is a fantastic action spectacle, showing that action for the sake of action can indeed work when supported by a self-aware script, great special effects, a smart director, wonderful performances, and impressive writing, while also going beyond the standards of a B-rated movie by including a nice character arc and a hero who is so well defined he doesn't really need one to carry the film.
Does the movie deserve the praise that many critics have bestowed upon it, or is there a good reason that moviegoers aren't flocking to see it? Hit the jump to hear my audio review of Pete Travis and Alex Garland's Dredd 3D.
Let's forgo the hyperbole, Dredd is good. Go see it, you won't regret it. Here are some of your favorite aritsts, actors and comic book writers confirming that sentiment. Plus, some concept art from the talented Jock.
It may have had a pretty lousy opening weekend, but we were all big fans of Lionsgate's Judge Dredd reboot here at CBM. What about you guys? Did it deserve to do much better? Or is it a case of bad BO for a bad movie? Vote away..
In some VERY disappointing news for fans, it looks as if DREDD won't even manage to hit double figures this weekend at the North American box office (making hopes of a sequel for the critically acclaimed remake all the less likely).
With the projected North American box office numbers looking DREDDful (heh), just who is to blame for numbers of DREDD