Bachelor parties are a great event for making serious bad decisions. People act like it’s the last bit of freedom that the groom will ever get to experience before the wedding. As the booze and other party favors kick in, good judgement is thrown out the limo window. This is exactly what happens in Very Bad Things when Jon Favreau (Iron Man) is somehow going to marry Cameron Diaz and gets taken to Las Vegas to party down. Very Bad Things gets upgraded to Blu-ray with new bonus features as part of the Shout Select line. Here’s the press release from Shout! Factory about the release:
SHOUT SELECT PRESENTS
VERY BAD THINGS
Written and Directed by Peter Berg
OWN IT ON BLU-RAY™ JANUARY 28th, 2020
“Very Bad Things … is like DinerDinerDiner directed by Oliver Stone from a script by Charles Manson.” – Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
Shout Select will release the party-gone-bad classic Very Bad Things on Blu-ray on January 28th, 2020. This release comes complete with all-new bonus features including interviews with stars Jeremy Piven and Daniel Stern and a new audio commentary with film critics Witney Seibold and William Bibbiani, hosts of the podcast Critically Acclaimed. Fans can preorder this comedy now at shoutfactory.com.
Kyle Fisher (Jon Favreau, Swingers) has one last night to celebrate life as a single man before marrying Laura (Cameron Diaz, There’s Something About Mary), so he sets out to Vegas with four of his best buddies. But their swanky, drug-and-alcohol-fueled bachelor party goes bust when their “stripper” cashes in her chips during a deranged sexual escapade. And hers is just the first of the bodies to pile up. The five friends decide to bury the evidence … but fate has a way of not letting the truth stay buried for long.
Featuring an all-star cast including Christian Slater (True Romance), Jeremy Piven (Entourage), Daniel Stern (Home Alone), Jeanne Tripplehorn (Waterworld), and Leland Orser (Se7en), Very Bad Things is outrageous, hilarious, and full of jaw-dropping twists and surprises. Actor and filmmaker Peter Berg (Friday Night Lights, The Rundown) makes his directorial debut in this savagely funny and unexpected dark comedy.
All New Special Features:
· NEW Audio Commentary With Film Critics Witney Seibold And William Bibbiani, Hosts Of The Podcast Critically Acclaimed
· NEW Interview With Actor Jeremy Piven
· NEW Interview With Actor Daniel Stern
· Theatrical Trailer
· Still Gallery
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