First Look at Christopher Smith’s Black Death on Blu-ray and DVD

Though Chris Smith’s outstanding Black Death (review here) is available right now on VOD, Amazon, Xbox Live, Playstation Network, VUDU and iTunes and will be heading to limited theaters on March 11th, we’ve got an early look at the home video packages to infect you.

Look for the film starring Sean Bean, Eddie Redmayne, and Carice Van Houten to hit Blu-ray and DVD courtesy of Magnolia Home Entertainment on May 10th.

The year is 1348. Europe has fallen under the shadow of the Black Death. As the plague decimates all in its path, fear and superstition are rife. In this apocalyptic environment, the church is losing its grip on the people. There are rumors of a village, hidden in marshland, that the plague cannot reach. There is even talk of a necromancer who leads the village and is able to bring the dead back to life.

Ulric (Sean Bean), a fearsome knight, is charged by the church to investigate these rumors. He enlists the guidance of a novice monk, Osmund (Eddie Redmayne) to lead him and his band of mercenary soldiers to the marshland, but Osmund has other motives for leaving his monastery. Their journey to the village and events that unfold take them into the heart of darkness and to horrors that will put Osmund’s faith in himself and his love for God to the ultimate test.

For more info visit the Black Death website and become a fan of Black Death on Facebook. Click here to view Black Death on Amazon or click here for iTunes.

Check out a look at the sell-sheet below courtesy of DVD Active.

First Look at Christopher Smith's Black Death on Blu-ray and DVD

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  • Vanvance1

    This film should have been nominated for and won academy awards. I’ve seen The Fighter and Black Swan and this film is both smarter and more sophisticated without being pretentious.

    I’ll be buying the blu.