This Exclusive ABIGAIL Commentary Clip Takes Us Into Its Love for Vampire Tropes

Radio Silence’s horror comedy Abigail—a bloody, funny, and oft-strange ode to vampire stories—is easily one of the best films of 2024. Starring Scream VI’s Melissa Barrera, the film expertly brings together two starkly different premises that somehow works. It is a heist movie involving an eclectic criminal collective kidnapping a wealthy man’s ballet-loving daughter. And it’s also a campy vampire flick because that daughter is a bloodthirsty creature who aims to kill her captors. After a successful theater run, Abigail is currently available to own with all-new exclusive content on digital, Blu-ray™, and DVD. 

Of course, purchasers will experience the joy of a dancing girl obliterating shady people in a creepy mansion. (In case you’re curious, Radio Silence gave us all the details about finding this film’s location.) But there’s also a plethora of bonus content, including commentary from the film’s creators and stars. Check out this exclusive clip of directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett along with actor Dan Stevens talking about how the film uses vampire tropes in its main storyline. 

Here’s all the other exclusive bonus features that fan will get if they purchase Abigail on digital, Blu-ray™, or DVD:

  • Deleted & Extended Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • Blood Bath – Soak up the slaughter alongside the cast and crew with this dive into the deep end of Abigail’s body pits, where practical FX reign supreme and there’s no such thing as too much blood.
  • Hunters to Hunted – Get up close and personal with Abigail’s abductors as the cast divulges the details behind how they got into character to collectively create a unique crew of criminals.
  • Becoming a Ballerina VampireAbigail actor Alisha Weir, choreographer Belinda Murphy, and more members of the creative team take up the task of transforming a seemingly sweet little girl into a vicious vampire.
  • Directing Duo Matt & Tyler – Directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett lead this look at the actors, ideas, and environment they put together to create a set that’s fun while still being fearsome.
  • Feature Commentary with Directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett and Editor Michael P. Shawyer
Abigail Behind the scenes clip of vampire girl lifting up a man
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment

Abigail is now available on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital from Universal.

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