Five Nights At Freddy’s Is Now Available On 4K Blu-Ray, Steeply Discounted At Amazon

Five Nights at Freddy’s made the jump to the big screen on October 27, grossing nearly $200 million worldwide despite earning mixed reviews from critics. Longtime fans of the series, however, found much to love about the film–which features plenty of familiar faces and carries the same unsettling, supernatural ambiance as the games. If you want to add the film to your collection, you’ll be glad to know that the film just landed on 4K Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and digital. Better yet, most versions of the film are currently on sale, including the 4K format, which is just $28 (down from $45).

Opting for a physical version will get you a few extras, including a gag reel, feature commentary, and other behind-the-scenes footage. Also, note that the 4K version includes Blu-ray and digital formats, while the Blu-ray format includes the DVD format and digital copy.

The Five Nights at Freddy’s film follows Mike, a newly hired security guard at an abandoned themed restaurant. Things quickly get out of hand, however, as he starts to witness strange, supernatural occurrences–and he’ll need to be careful if he wants to make it out alive.

Our Five Nights at Freddy’s review gave it a 7/10, praising the performance of Josh Hutcherson though knocking it for being a bit heavy-handed with its plot.

“The whole thing is basically a remix of the current Five Nights at Freddy’s big picture, borrowing elements from different places and using them somewhat differently, or very differently in some cases,” wrote critic Phil Owen. “Hutcherson, who is in nearly every scene in the movie, put in some very good work as the always-sleepy Mike. It’s not the most flattering role, because it required him to look like trash from beginning to end, but it’s that aspect combined with Hutcherson’s appropriately tired performance that gives the film some heft well before anybody ever even mentions Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza.”

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