Dracula comes home.
The Last Voyage of the Demeter–the latest big-screen version of Dracula–hit theaters with a thud this summer, but now will try its luck in homes–with a Blu-ray, DVD and digital release Oct. 17.
The new release contains more than 30 minutes of bonus content–including an alternate ending, deleted scenes and behind-the-scenes featurettes that highlight the making of the feature.
The horror pic–based on a single chapter of Bram Stoker’s iconic 1897 Dracula–is directed by Andre Ovredal from a screenplay by Bragi Schut Jr. and Zak Olkewicz.
Starring Javier Botet as Dracula, Corey Hawkins and Liam Cunningham, the film follows the doomed crew of the merchant ship Demeter, led by Capt. Elliot (Cunningham), who must survive the dangerous ocean voyage from Transylvania to London–while being stalked by the vampire lord.
Released in August, the movie was not a hit with critics or moviegoers, and earned just $21 million globally against a $45-million budget.
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