Win a copy of SKYSCRAPER starring Dwayne Johnson on Blu-ray!


Universal Pictures Home Entertainment is releasing a Blu-ray combo pack (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital) of SKYSCRAPER on Tuesday, October 9th. 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 protected] with your name and full mailing address (Note: U.S. addresses only and no PO boxes). Title your email subject: “SKYSCRAPER Giveaway.1” In the body of email, tell us your favorite action movie stunt and WHY! Make sure to be creative and descriptive as possible. The giveaway is active now until next Friday, October 12 at noon, central time.

SKYSCRAPER synopsis from James Cole Clay’s Review

Will Sawyer (Johnson) is a former FBI rescue team leader who now owns a small security analytics company after getting his leg blown off 10 years prior. He’s in Hong Kong on a job with his wife, Sarah (Neve Campbell), and their twin children, Georgia (McKenna Roberts) and Henry (Noah Cottrell). The job in question isn’t any job; he’s hired by billionaire Zhao Long Ji (Chin Han) as security detail on the world’s tallest and state-of-the-art building, the Pearl — which stands 220 stories high. The film doesn’t take long to introduce a terrorist (Roland Moller) and his group of elite henchman who have been recruited across the world’s top crime syndicates. Fast forward a bit, the building is on fire and Sawyer’s family is stuck on the 96th floor of the burning building. He’s only going one direction… UP! 



  • Audio Commentary with Rawson Marshall Thurber
  • Deleted Scenes w/ Optional Director Commentary 
  • Extended Scenes w Optional Director Commentary 
  • Dwayne Johnson: Embodying A Hero 
  • Inspiration 
  • Opposing Forces 
  • Friends No More 
  • Kids In Action 
  • Pineapple Pitch


SKYSCRAPER will be available on Blu-Ray & Dvd on October 9th. It’s available on Digital HD today!

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James C. Clay

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.