‘Snake Outta Compton’ Slithers onto DVD and Digital This October from Lionsgate!
Lionsgate will be releasing the sci-fi/horror-comedy film Snake Outta Compton on DVD, Digital, and On Demand on October 23, 2018. Who is in the mood for a monstrous snake?
Snake Outta Compton features a young rap group who finds themselves dealing with a giant, mutated snake that threatens to destroy their search for stardom. With help from two corrupt cops, a mad scientist, and a crazed gangster, the group decides to get the snake out of Compton so they can get the record deal they want.
You can own Snake Outta Compton on DVD for $19.98 SRP. Commentary with director Hank Braxtan and actors Ricky Flowers, Motown Maurice, and Joston Theney comes as a special feature in the DVD release.
Here’s the official synopsis:
It’s a great day in South Central: Cam and his hip-hop crew are all set to sign a record deal that could change their lives. But their jealous friend Vurkel wrecks their plans when he creates a giant, mutant snake that quickly lays waste to the city of Compton, eating everyone in its path. Soon Cam, Pinball, Neon, and Beez Neez cook up a crazy scheme to stop the monstrous, munching menace—blow it away it by pumping up the jams! This horror-comedy is alive with laughs, thrills, and dope beats.
Check out the trailer!
Snake Outta Compton does look like a fun monster movie. As someone who likes films with giant or mutated creatures in them, I can see myself possibly enjoying this flick, too. The trailer makes it obvious Snake Outta Compton isn’t taking itself too seriously. So, it might be worth a watch in October if you aren’t in the mood for scarier titles this Halloween.
Are you a fan of such monster movies? Is the trailer for Snake Outta Compton making you want to check it out? Let us know.
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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