31 Hits DVD/Bluray/Digital HD This December; Comes With Four hour Documentary

31_title-1Rob Zombie’s latest film, 31, has had the effect most of his films tend to have: a pretty divisive one. Personally, I LOVED the film (review) and think it’s one of the most entertaining horror films in a long, long time. It’s unique, it’s fun and it’s brutal as hell. Zombie created a true horror icon in the making with Doom Head (Richard Brake) and the film is full of excellent performances.

The film, along with its two (on the Bluray) AND four hour making of documentaries (the four hour doc is an exclusive to the Digital HD copy) , are hitting DVD/Bluray/Digital HD on December 20th, via Lionsgate. We’ll definitely be checking this one out and even as divisive as Zombie’s films tend to be, his making of’s are always epic. Will you be picking this one up?

31 stars Sheri Moon Zombie (House of 1000 Corpses), Jeff Daniel Phillips (HBO’s “Westworld”) Elizabeth Daily (Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure), Meg Foster (Lords of Salem), Kevin Jackson (Conspiracy Theory), Richard Brake (Batman Begins), Judy Geeson (TV’s “Gilmore Girls”) and Malcolm McDowell (Halloween).




From the visionary mind of Rob Zombie comes the horrific story of five carnival workers who are kidnapped on Halloween and held hostage in a large compound. At the mercy of their captors, they are forced to play a twisted game or life or death called 31. For the next 12 hours they must fight for their lives against an endless parade of homicidal maniacs.



  • “In Hell Everybody Loves Popcorn: The Making of 31” Documentary
  • Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Rob Zombie


3 thoughts on “31 Hits DVD/Bluray/Digital HD This December; Comes With Four hour Documentary

  1. I ordered a copy (blu ray) but am bummed to not have the 4 hour documentary. I saw it in September for the Fathom one-night event and left the theater with mixed feelings. I tend to be critical of Rob’s films at first and then settle into my love for them on the second and third viewing, and 31 is no different. The forced dialogue and over-done 70’s weird adds to the grindhouse vibe but tends to distract on first viewing. Thanks for the great review!

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