Venom: let there be carnage was launched for UK home rentals so if you missed it on the big screen now is your chance to see it.
The sequel brings Tom Hardy back as Eddie Brock as he struggles to adjust to his new life with the alien symbiote Venom. Things get complicated when Eddie meets serial killer Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson) who becomes the host of Venom’s chaotic carnage.
Venom: let there be carnage is now available for digital hire for £ 15.99 from Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Microsoft Store and other digital platforms. You can also rent the 4K Ultra HD version of the film for the same price.
Once rented, you will have 30 days to start watching the movie and 48 hours to finish watching it once you start. You will be able to download and keep the rest of Friday 24 December.
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If you are a Venom fan in the USA, you can already buy Venom: let there be carnage digitally for $ 19.99 from people like Amazon Prime Video and iTunes. It is also available in 4K Ultra HD from same retailers.
4K, Blu-ray and digital versions of Venom: let there be carnage come with bonus material including shots and nonsense, six deleted scenes, and featurettes that delve into the making of the sequel.
However, the DVD version will contain only one bonus, titled “Let There Be … Action”, which goes behind the scenes of the action scenes.
Venom: let there be carnage is available for hire in the UK from Amazon Prime Video, iTunes and other digital platforms.
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