James Cole Clay has been working as a film critic for the better part of a decade covering new releases, blu ray reviews and the occasional drive-in cult classic. His writing is dedicated to discovering social politics through diverse voices, primarily focusing on Women In Film and LGBTQ cinema.
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment is releasing a Blu-ray combo pack (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital) of GLASS on Tuesday, April 16th. Fresh Fiction has a Blu-ray copy to give away! Information on how to get yours is below, along with information on the release.
The rules are simple: Email email@example.com with your name and full mailing address (Note: U.S. addresses only and no PO boxes). Title your email subject: “GLASS Giveaway” In the body of the email, tell us your favorite Samuel L. Jackson role and why! Make sure to be creative and descriptive as possible. The giveaway is active now until next Friday, April 12th at noon, central time.
GLASS synopsis from James Cole Clay’s Review
We pick up with David Dunn (Bruce Willis) and his son Joesph (Spencer Treat Clark) as if no time has passed since we last saw them at the end of UNBREAKABLE. Although it doesn’t feel like time has passed, David’s new identity as the rainslicker-wearing vigilante known as “The Overseer” who has partnered with his son to keep the streets of Philadelphia safe.
the father and son duo are tracking down Kevin Wendell Crumb aka Dennis aka Barry aka Hedwig aka Jade aka The Beast (James McAvoy), who is still suffering from D.I.D. and is still out there kidnapping and murdering young women who haven’t felt enough suffering within their life. Meanwhile, the villain and mastermind of this show, Elijah Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), is pulling the strings within a mental institution where he has broken now 94 bones and is still going strong. His big plan is to get The Beast to climb a building and kill people on live TV so that he can prove super-human beings exist.
BONUS FEATURES ON 4K ULTRA HD, BLU-RAYTM, DIGITAL AND DVD:
· Alternate Opening – Introduction by director M. Night Shyamalan available
· Deleted Scenes – Introductions by director M. Night Shyamalan available
o David Alone at Bar
o Patricia Talks to Cheerleaders
o David Encounters Pierce
o Casey in Art Class
o Dr. Staple Explains Machine
o Mrs. Price in Waiting Room
o Mrs. Price Talks to Elijah
o Dr. Staple Drinks Tea
o Pierce Checks Elijah’s Room
o Mrs. Price Tells Elijah About Surgery
o David Submits to Dr. Staple
o Patients Worship The Beast
· A Conversation with James McAvoy and M. Night Shyamalan – Star James McAvoy and Producer/Writer/Director M. Night Shyamalan discuss the importance of originality when creating a film in this genre.