Spiral DVD release date set for July 2021

Chris Rock (left) as ‘Detective Ezekiel “Zeke” Banks’ and Max Minghella (right) as ‘Detective William’ in Spiral. Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer
Chris Rock (left) as ‘Detective Ezekiel “Zeke” Banks’ and Max Minghella (right) as ‘Detective William’ in Spiral. Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer /

Are you ready to continue the world of Saw at home? The Spiral DVD release date is set for July 2021, and you can now pre-order the movie.

While the movie hasn’t quite hit the mark of the rest of the Saw franchise, there’s a good chance you want to add it to your collection anyway. It just doesn’t seem right now having the whole franchise at your fingertips.

Granted, this isn’t necessarily a continuation of the franchise that we asked for. The first set of movies came full circle, so adding another one didn’t seem all that necessary. However, it is good to see Chris Rock step into the world of serious horror movies after a full career of comedy and action-comedy.

There isn’t long to wait for the movie to head to DVD. You can even pre-order it.

Spiral DVD release date

The official Spiral DVD release date is set for Tuesday, July 20. You’ll be able to get your hands on the DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K versions of the movie, all coming with bonus features to check out.

The release is on the earlier side than we expected. We expected a three-month window, but we’re only waiting two months for the release. This is likely linked to the pandemic.

You can pre-order the movie via Amazon. When you get it via pre-order, you get the price guarantee. It doesn’t matter how low the price goes or what you agreed to at the time of pre-ordering, you’ll get the lowest price.

There isn’t a set date for the Digital release just yet. It will be out by July 20, but it could be released a little earlier. It’s been hard to call the Digital releases during the pandemic as the movie studios try to get the best return on investment.

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The Spiral DVD release date is set for Tuesday, July 20.