This October The Reaping is going to get you...
From Emmy Award-winning director Stephen Hopkins (The Life and Death of Peter Sellers) comes a heart-pounding supernatural thriller onto DVD October 16th from Warner Home Video. While investigating a small Louisiana town that is suffering from what appears to be the Biblical Plagues, former Christian missionary Katherine Winter (Hilary Swank) realizes that science cannot explain what is occurring, and she must regain her faith to combat the dark forces threatening the community.
The Reaping features stand-out performances from two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank (Boys Don't Cry), Academy Award nominee Stephen Rea (V for Vendetta), David Morrissey (Derailed), and Idris Elba (HBO's The Wire).
The Reaping will be available on standard format for $28.98 SRP on one disc in both widescreen and full frame formats. The HD/DVD combo will be available at $39.99 SRP and the Blu-ray version will be available at $34.99 SRP.
Investigative scholar Katherine Winter (Hilary Swank) is a debunker of modern "miracles," bringing scientific light to superstition and fraud. But events in tiny Haven, Louisiana, defy even her expertise. There, the 10 Biblical Plagues seem to be reoccurring. And the more she seeks answers, the more she questions her own beliefs. Two-time Academy Award winner Swank headlines this electrifying Dark Castle Entertainment production that reaps locusts, frogs, a river of blood and more - all to eye-filling, fear-inducing, heart-probing, must-see effect.
- Science of the Ten Plagues - Investigates the 10 plagues and reveals if there is a scientific explanation.
- The Characters - Insight into the structure of the cast and how they inhabit their characters.
- A Place Called Haven - Explore the exotic location and landscape and the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina.
- The Reaping: The Seventh Plague - A behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the bug-ridden seventh plague.
- Easter Egg - AnnaSophia Robb's scary story.
- Languages: English, French, Spanish
- Subtitles: English, ESDH, French, Spanish
- Running time: 99 min
- MPAA Rating: R
- Rating Reason: violence, disturbing images and some sexuality
- CC: Yes
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