Will The Devil All the Time come to DVD and Blu-ray?

The Devil All The Time: Tom Holland as Arvin Russell. Photo Cr. Glen Wilson/Netflix © 2020
The Devil All The Time: Tom Holland as Arvin Russell. Photo Cr. Glen Wilson/Netflix © 2020 /

Is there a chance The Devil All the Time will get a DVD release?

The Devil All the Time is one of the biggest movie releases on Netflix this month. The question for many is whether it will head to DVD and Blu-ray in the future.

It’s hard to say with this one. Many Netflix Original movies don’t get DVD and Blu-ray releases, but that’s not always the case. It depends on the studio that has made the movie.

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Shows such as The CrownFuller House, and The Kominsky Method have all received DVD and Blu-ray releases. With the right production studio, there is the chance of The Devil All the Time could get one, too. That’s backed up further by the short theatrical window that it got at select theaters.

Is The Devil All the Time worth the watch?

You may be wondering whether The Devil All the Time is worth getting your Netflix subscription up to date for. This is going to depend on the type of movie you like.

The cast is outstanding. Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson certainly steal the show, but there are also some excellent performances from Bill Skarsgård, Riley Keough, and Sebastian Stan. Do those performances make the movie worth watching?

If you love strong storytelling that is relatively predictable, then you’re going to want to watch the movie. It’s not a surprise how it starts and ends, even if you haven’t read the novel it’s based on. There are a couple of times the timeline jumps back and forth, but that’s mostly at the start of the movie. The narrator makes it extremely easy to follow.

However, with its predictability, it’s not the most thrilling movie of all time. It is also filled with sordid and dark moments that could be a little too much for some.

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The Devil All the Time is now on Netflix. We’ll keep an eye out for if it will come to DVD and Blu-ray.