Support Weird Things, Take Dredd Home with You in this Awesome Amazon Deal

Posted by Andrew on January 5th, 2013

We told you to check this film out in theaters. We pleaded on the Weird Things podcast, we begged you on Twitter. We even asked you all to take the Dredd Pledge.

Some of you did. For those of you who didn’t, or those of you who love, love this movie and want to take this gem of a film home, now here’s your chance.

Amazon is running a promo on Dredd (over 50% off!) where you can get the Blu-ray, the 3D Blu-ray version, the UltraViolet version nobody will use AND a digital copy you can save to your iTunes account you can watch on your PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and AppleTV. It’s basically future-proof, so when we’re all living in the irradiated wasteland of America in Mega City One, we can stay safely behind barred windows and watch this awesome little flick over and over again.

Dredd isn’t for everyone. But for those of you into the idea of a High Noon meets Die Hard meets Mad Max in one glorious riot of ultraviolence, we think you’ll dig this. Plus it stars Karl “New Bones” Urban and Lena Headey of Game of Thrones and Sara Conner Chronicles fame.

Get it now while it lasts for just $19.99

  • Anonymous

    Just got it. Can’t wait to see it.

  • Eric Wallin

    Saw it in theaters and loved it, wish I saw the 3-D version for the drug scenes. This was such a great ride and the kind of movie you just don’t see enough of nowadays. Thanks for the heads up on this deal.

  • Eric Wallin

    Saw it in theaters and loved it, wish I saw the 3-D version for the drug scenes. This was such a great ride and the kind of movie you just don’t see enough of nowadays. Thanks for the heads up on this deal.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the info, Andrew, I might have to check it out. I watched Dredd for the first time last night. I rented it online just before leaving my office at DISH for the day, and it downloaded to my DISH Hopper DVR, ready to watch, before I made it home. I thought this version was great; it was a huge improvement over the 90’s film. I have read that there are some cool special features on the blu-ray, so I might have to get it.