What lies in Dark Skies

indexTo celebrate this week’s DVD and Blu-ray release of Dark Skies the latest box office smash hit nerve-shredder from the producers of Sinister and Insidious we thought we would run you through what to expect from the Blu-Ray release which came out Monday 5th August.

Writer-director Scott Stewart ramps up the fear factor, as a family find themselves terrorised by an unknown force from beyond that invades their home and their minds without warning or reason.

Lacy and Daniel Barrett (Keri Russell and Josh Hamilton) are suburban parents trying to get by and provide for their sons. The struggles of normal life become extraordinary as the Barretts start to experience an escalating series of disturbing phenomena occurring around their home. Soon, the Barretts begin falling victim to alarming physical and mental afflictions, leading them to believe that they are being targeted by an unimaginable deadly force which they must uncover by any means necessary.

Starring ‘The Americans’ Keri Russell, Josh Hamilton (J. Edgar), J. K. Simmons (Spiderman 1-3), Dakota Goyo (Thor & Real Steel) and produced by Jason Blum the man behind Sinister, Insidious and the Paranormal Activity series this hyper-real horror film gets under the skin and abducts your senses!


The brilliant movie comes with full commentary with Writer/Director Scott Stewart, Producer Jason Blum, Executive Producer Brian Kavanaugh-Jones & Editor Peter Gvozdas packed with details on the making of the movie from the people behind the scares.

There are also a whole host of alternate and deleted scenes some with full commentary including some interesting explorations into the Barrett’s relationship with their neighbours and an alternate ending with a nasty twist which was in the original cut.

Check out the trailer below and you can read our full review of Dark Skies Here and our interview with Producer Jason Blum Here and best of all you can win yourself a copy of the movie with our competition right Here.


Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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