As we said yesterday, the film will be available as a on digital HD beginning January 20th and will officially hit DVD and Blu-ray on February 3, 2015.
The cover art from the home video release is pictured to the left. Not exactly a major departure from the key theatrical artwork but there it is.
Dracula Untold is a high-profile retelling of the ages old story of Dracula. It mixes the real life exploits of Vlad the Impaler with the Dracula mythology originated by Bram Stoker. The film is directed by Gary Shore and written by Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama. This big-budget incarnation is the first in a series of planned reboots drawing from the original Universal Monster movies.
Luke Evans (The Raven) stars as Vlad the Impaler with Sarah Gadon (Antiviral) playing opposite Evans as Mirena. Evans was tapped to replace Sam Worthington (Terminator Salvation) who was originally attached to play the lead.
The film marks director Gary Shore’s feature film debut. His only previous directorial credit is a short called The Draft. The film also represents screenwriter Matt Sazama’s first feature film script as well as co-writer Burk Sharpless.
Keep an eye out for our review of the Blu-ray which will be coming soon.