New Release: The Final Destination Blu-ray 3D

The Final DestinationTimed to the fifth installment of the Final Destination horror franchise arriving in theaters, Warner Home Video released the fourth movie on Blu-ray 3D with a coupon toward admission to the new film.

In theaters in 2009, The Final Destination has the same premise as the other films in the thriller franchise: a young man (Bobby Campo, Legally Blondes) has a premonition about his death and the death of his girlfriend (Shantel VanSanten, TV’s One Tree Hill) and friends (Nick Zano of TV’s Melrose Place and Haley Webb, Big Game) in a race car crash, but when he saves them all, death comes after each of them. The movie also stars Krista Allen (TV’s The Philanthropist).

The Final Destination Blu-ray 3D was released on Aug. 16, 10 days before Final Destination 5 3D arrives in theaters.

Priced at $44.95, the disc release includes the fourth movie on Blu-ray 3D, playable only on Blu-ray 3D players with a 3D TV, as well as regular Blu-ray, playable on any Blu-ray player and HDTV.

But, The Final Destination has been available on regular Blu-ray since 2008. And the disc originally included the film in 3D, but it was the older analog 3D using the red/blue glasses. This new Blu-ray 3D version has the new stereoscopic 3D that was seen in theaters.

The new release has the same special features as the original Blu-ray:

  • two alternate endings
  • pre-visualization and storyboards
  • featurette “Body Count: The Deaths of The Final Destination — Decontructing Key Death Scenes”
  • and additional scenes.

But purchasers of the new Blu-ray 3D will have the opportunity to get up to $8 off one admission to see Final Destination 5 3D in theaters. The offer is valid between Aug. 26 and Sept. 11, and you must provide your name and email address.

Here’s the trailer for The Final Destination:


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About S. Clark

Sam Clark is the former Managing Editor/Online Editor of Video Business magazine. With 19 years experience in journalism, 12 in the home entertainment industry, Sam has been hooked on movies on since she saw E.T. then stared into the sky waiting to meet her own friendly alien. Thanks to her husband’s shared love of movies, Sam reviews Blu-ray discs in a true home theater, with a 118-inch screen, projector and cushy recliners with cup holders.