Underwater will swim to digital, DVD, and Blu-ray next month. Don’t miss out on the Kristen Stewart-led deep-sea frightfest.
A devastating earthquake damages the Kepler undersea mining rig in the opening moments of Underwater. Left to their own devices, the Kepler crew must figure out a way to survive when they realize the earthquake has awakened horrific creatures intent on picking them off one-by-one.
Kirsten Stewart shines in this creepy monster movie as mechanical engineer Norah Price, who manages to get help to evacuate the crew and help prevent their immediate deaths after the earthquake strikes. Underwater also stars Vincent Cassel, Jessica Henwick, T.J. Miller, Mamoudou Athie, and John Gallagher Jr.
Unfortunately, the film underperformed at the box office but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth watching. Despite a mediocre performance, it was still one of the better-reviewed horror films of January.
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For those planning to add Underwater to their collection, you can buy it on digital, DVD, and Blu-ray beginning on April 14. If you’re interested in special features and extras, the digital and Blu-ray include tons of goodies.
Blu-ray and digital features:
- Deleted Rock Garden Scene with Optional Commentary
- Extended Scenes with Optional Commentary: Crew Suit Up, Gantry Exit, Baby Clinger, Midway Station, Ocean Floor Walk, and Smith Departure
- Real Bunny Montage Featurette
- Making Underwater Featurette: Looking at the design, production, the creatures, and visual effects
- Feature Audio Commentary by William Eubank, Jared Purrington, and Phil Gawthorne
The digital version will include all of the above special features and an alternate ending with optional commentary. Unfortunately, neither the DVD or Blu-ray will include it. The digital copy can be renewed on Movies Anywhere and the Blu-ray version will include one. You can pre-order the Blu-ray through Best Buy.
What did you think about Underwater in theaters? What other horror films are you waiting to arrive on DVD and Blu-ray? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Underwater will arrive on digital retailers, DVD, and Blu-ray on April 14.