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Beau Is Afraid

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It sees Beau heading out on a journey to see his mom, despite his crippling paranoia and mild-mannered approach to the world. You can see from the image above that the film is set to be a generations spanning epic and with a 3-hour runtime (details below), it’s clearly got a lot to make it through.

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WTF?" factor of the film, and may perhaps unavoidably recall the memorable The Thing and I section from The Simpsons' eighth season Treehouse of Horror VII episode, with You can own the movie on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, July 11. We didn’t make a prediction for this one as it is an A24 movie. It’s very hard to make predictions for some of the production studios. Is should then follow this up with the UK DVD, Blu-ray and standard digital release date later in the year with August a good estimate. There’s a lot more variation in schedules for home media nowadays, and a lot of it comes down to how successful the film is on the big screen. RELATED: interesting to see that the slates shown briefly and even one director's chair in another shot in the making of featurette offer the title Mona's If you need more Joaquin Phoenix in your life, you’ll be happy to know that his latest movie, Beau is Afraid, is coming to DVD and Blu-ray very soon.There's only one extra here coming in at 16 minutes. Like Aster's last release, it's certain that A24 or other studios will release a more elaborate version with more extras. The film begins in a relatively normal fashion, albeit with what I assume is a birth vignette from Beau's POV that may suggest his troubles started Beau Is Afraid comes with a fantastic looking 1080p HD transfer on Blu-ray. The color palette looks delicious and covers the complete rainbow spectrum of color in its three-hour runtime.

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All of this is adding up to a lot of potential for the DVD, Blu-ray and digital release date. Ari Aster has been quietly cementing himself as one of the must-watch auteur director writers in the industry at the moment, and Beau Is Afraid looks set to take this to a whole new level. However, there are some big films coming out in May, including Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 and Fast X, which will take a lot of the attention. This could mean that the production might push for a slightly earlier release for home media to give it more time during the summer holiday months. no shred of scenery unchewed) and a son who can perhaps be charitably described as a classic nebbish? It's kind of It's almost hard to know where to begin with Beau Is Afraid, a film which manages to stuff so many familial and sexual neuroses into one

opus may bring, but all joking aside, this is a really audacious film on any number of levels. I'm just not sure it means much, if anything. pastel laden. An even later surreal sequence finds Beau surrounded by blatantly theatrical sets and other accoutrements, which even includes some dystopian urban environment surrounding it, but later in the film when he encounters Roger and Grace, things can become almost candy colored and drug for Beau's anxiety, a drug which perhaps gives credence to the feeling that much of what happens after Beau starts ingesting it may brief animated moments. The result is probably intentionally heterogenous, but the transfer offers secure detail levels and a really lushly saturated

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