Dylan Dog: Dead of Night

(2011)

Based on the best-selling Italian comic book series "Dylan Dog," created by Tiziano Sclavi. Published since 1986 by Sergio Bonelli Editore, the comic series has sold more than 56 million units worldwide and has been translated into 17 languages. Brandon Routh ("Superman Returns") is set to star as Dylan - a private investigator who is drawn into the world of the undead.

CONTEST: Win ‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night’ on Blu-ray

Kevin Munroe directs Brandon Routh, Sam Huntington, and Anita Briem in the mystery thriller Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, which is now available on Blu-ray and DVD. We are giving away two copies of the Blu-ray, which you can win by following the instructions below.

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night’ Blu-ray Clip

We have an exclusive clip from the upcoming home video release of Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, which hits the shelves on Blu-ray and DVD on July 26. Click on the video player below for a scene where Brandon Routh squares off with a seven-foot-tall flesh-eating zombie.

Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) stars as Dylan Dog, a supernatural detective who will go where the living dare not - facing friend and foe alike in the monster infested backstreets of New Orleans. Armed with an edgy wit and an arsenal of silver and wood-tipped bullets, Dylan must solve a series of murders before an epic war ensues between his werewolf, vampire and zombie clients. Based on one of the world's most popular comic books (over 60 million copies sold), this inventive horror comedy will slay you with humor and genuine frights.

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‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night’ Blu-ray and DVD Arrive July 26th

Paranormal crime scenes combined with comedic mishaps are all in a day's work for New Orleans' most surreptitious investigator in Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, arriving on Blu-ray and DVD July 26th from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. The producers of Terminator Salvation and Cowboys & Aliens introduce audiences to a whole new genre of dark fantasy filmmaking that blends crime-fighting and humor in this tongue-in-cheek supernatural horror in the spirit of Zombieland and Shaun of the Dead.

Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) stars as Dylan Dog, a supernatural detective who will go where the living dare not - facing friend and foe alike in the monster infested backstreets of New Orleans. Armed with an edgy wit and an arsenal of silver and wood-tipped bullets, Dylan must solve a series of murders before an epic war ensues between his werewolf, vampire and zombie clients. Based on one of the world's most popular comic books (over 60 million copies sold), this inventive horror comedy will slay you with humor and genuine frights.

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BOX OFFICE BEATDOWN: ‘Fast Five’ Drives Away with $83 Million

It's been a boffo weekend for Fast Five. This big budget car sequel seems to have welcomed the summer blockbuster season into the box office. It managed to crank out a spectacular $83 million. Add in international takes and it's grossed $165 million. This is particularly impressive because this surprisingly well-reviewed crowd-pleaser has managed to top the previous entry in the series which made $71 million on opening weekend.

In other news, Rich Ross of Disney is no doubt tucking his tail between his legs after his first attempt at creating a new franchise bombed big time. Prom was an utter disaster. They had predicted a $9 million opening but instead the tween film debuted to a very disappointing $5 million. It seems this won't be getting the High School Musical sequel treatment unless a ton of girls turn out in the next week or two. Doesn't look like this one is going to last long.

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BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS: Will ‘Fast Five’ Zoom to $75 Million?

I don't know about you, but I'm a little bleary-eyed after getting up at 5:30 AM to watch the royal nuptials. Thusly, I'm not going to any movies tonight, but the rest of America probably isn't feeling quite so tired. So let's see what the Box Office Crystal Ball forecasts for our dear sweet film industry (America's royalty?) this weekend.

People are buzzing that today's take for Fast Five, the 4th sequel to The Fast and the Furious, could reach $30 million or so. WOW. I guess moviegoers are starved for some summer movie action after a few long weeks of animated movies dominating the top spot. If that information tracks, it looks like the film is poised to make at least $75 million over the weekend. Impressive because this is bigger than all the previous entries in the franchise. Get ready for a blockbuster season.

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night’ Cast & Crew Interviews

Brandon Routh is donning the iconic red shirt and blazer of everyone's favorite monster hunting detective in director Kevin Munroe's adaptation of the mega-popular Italian comic book Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, in theaters this Friday! When Dylan (Routh) finds himself caught in a turf war between the undead, he must team up with his wisecracking assistant (Sam Huntington) to take down a ruthless Vampire overlord (Taye Diggs)! Ryan J. Downey recently caught up with director Kevin Munroe, along with his two stars Brandon Routh and Sam Huntington, who are being united for the first time since working together on 2006's Superman Returns, for a chat about the movie. Check out our exclusive interviews in the clips below.

Dylan Dog: Dead of Night was released April 29th, 2011.

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CONTEST: Win ‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night’ Prizes

We're giving away a case file book from Dark Horse Comics and a poster signed by Sam Huntington and director Kevin Munroe.

‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night’ Opening Scene

Brandon Routh describes his job qualifications in Kevin Monroe's upcoming adaptation of the famous Italian monster hunter.