Venom: Analysis of the Blu-Ray Steelbook

Venom
In Cinemascomics we have analyzed the domestic edition in Blu-Ray Steelbook Limited Edition of Venom, which contains the film in both Blu-Ray and Blu-Ray 3D, as well as an additional disk of extras (available in all points of sale to end of stock).

Up to seven different physical editions are already available from Venom (Sony Pictures, 2018), and there’s something for everyone: from simple editions in digital, DVD and Blu-ray, to Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray and 4K combos UHD + Blu-ray, through two metallic editions, one of them available in all the points of sale while stocks last with a Blu-ray, 3D and Bonus Blu-ray bonus combo, which is the one we analyzed; while the second steelbook, with the Blu-ray and Blu-ray Bonus, is exclusive to GAME. And the jewel in the crown for the most Venom-addicted: the collector’s edition with all the different editions of the film in all its formats, and also an impressive statue of resin limited and numbered, which can not be found anywhere else that Do not be inside this pack.

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Synopsis: As a journalist, Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) has been trying to unmask the creator of the Vida Foundation, the famous scientist Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed), an obsession that will ruin his career and also his relationship with his girlfriend, Anne ( Michelle Williams). When investigating one of Drake’s experiments, the alien entity Venom full movie fuses with Eddie’s body, and the reporter suddenly acquires new and incredible superpowers, as well as the opportunity to do practically whatever he wants, as long as he can control the symbiote Twisted, dark, unpredictable and driven by anger, Venom forces Eddie to fight to control some extremely dangerous skills that could be the only way to save the world.

Venom has been written by Jeff Pinkner, Scott Rosenberg and Kelly Marcel, based on the Marvel comics; and directed by Ruben Fleischer. Produced by Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach and Amy Pascal; with the executive production of David Householter, Stan Lee, Kelly Marcel, Tom Hardy, Edward Cheng and Howard Chen.

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