Are you ready to add the third Hercule Poirot movie to your DVD collection, you’ll be happy to hear that it’s almost time. When is the A Haunting in Venice DVD release date?
A Haunting in Venice is the first Kenneth Branagh movie that takes a wildly different approach to the Agatha Christie novel. It is perfect for scary season, which is why the theatrical release worked. Now it’s almost time to add the movie to your DVD collection.
This movie sees a retired Poirot taking on a case that seems to have a link to the supernatural. After a seance in Venice, he has to question whether this is the case of a person or a ghost.
When is A Haunting in Venice on DVD and Blu-ray?
Of course, you’ll want to add the movie to your DVD collection. It needs to join Murder on the Orient Express and Death on the Nile, right? The big question has been when it would come to DVD and Blu-ray.
A Haunting in Venice will be on DVD and Blu-ray from Tuesday, Nov. 28. That is a little earlier than we predicted. It looks like 20th Century isn’t quite pushing for the 90-day exclusivity window for everything just yet.
You can pre-order the movie on Amazon right now. This is the best way to get the cheapest price up to the release date as you’ll land Amazon’s price guarantee with the pre-order.
Can’t wait until the end of the month? That means you’ll want to know when the Digital release is going to be. This hasn’t officially been set yet, but we’ll get it by the end of the month. It’s usually worth waiting for the DVD release, though. The combo packs give you two copies of the film in one.
A Haunting of Venice is heading to DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, Nov. 28.