Dredd (3D Blu-ray)

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In a violent, futuristic city where the police have the authority to act as judge, jury and executioner, a cop teams with a trainee to take down a gang that deals the reality-altering drug, SLO-MO.

Product Details

Movies & TV
1 Nov 2012
3D Blu-ray
Region B
Sound Format
5.1 Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio
  • Dredd, 2000 AD
  • Slo-Mo
  • Welcome To Peachtrees
  • The 3rd Dimension
  • Dredd's Gear
  • Dredd Interviews With Cast & Crew
92 min
Age Restriction
Supply Source
South Africa


Release Year
Running Time
98 min
Working Title
Judge Dredd
Alternate Title
Dredd 3D
Action/Adventure / Action / Drugs / Future/Futuristic Worlds / Justice / Psychic Forces / Psychic Powers / Science-Fiction
A feared urban cop takes on a vicious city drug dealer in a futuristic metropolis as director Pete Travis (VANTAGE POINT) and screenwriter Alex Garland (28 DAYS LATER, SUNSHINE) team to bring iconic 2000A.D. lawman Judge Dredd to the big screen. In the future, much of North America has been poisoned by radiation. The sprawling urban jungle Mega City One stretches from Boston to Washington D.C., and in order to keep the growing criminal element in check, police enforcers called "Judges" have been given the power of judge, jury, and executioner. Judge Dredd (Karl Urban) is the most feared of them all, delivering death sentences with impunity as he fights to rid the streets of "Slo-Mo" -- a powerful new drug that alters its user's perception of time. In the process of training psychic rookie Cassandra Anderson (Olivia Thirlby), Dredd receives a report of an incident in a sprawling criminal stronghold ruled by fearsome drug lord Ma-Ma (Lena Headey), and ventures in to investigate. Upon learning that one of her top men has been captured by Dredd shortly thereafter, an enraged Ma-Ma seizes control of her massive 200-story complex, launching an all-out war against the Judges as Dredd and Cassandra find themselves trapped in the belly of the beast.
Cast & Crew
Pete Travis
Wood Harris / Lena Headey / Langley Kirkwood / Olivia Thirlby / Karl Urban
Rakie Ayola / Nicole Bailey / Emma Breschi / Tamer Burjaq / Francis Chouler / Yohan Chun / Jason Cope / Domhnall Gleeson / Warrick Grier / Daniel Hadebe / Marty Kintu / Eden Knowles / Desmond Lai Lan / Michele Levin / Patrick Lyster / Adele Mngadi / Shoki Mokgapa / Deobia Oparei / Edwin Perry / Chad Phillips / Junior Singo / Travis Snyders / Scott Sparrow / Karl Thaning / Luke Tyler / Joe Vaz / Rachel Wood / Porteus Xandau
Alex Garland
Paul Leonard-Morgan
Special Effects
Janek Zabielski
Director of Photography
Anthony Dod Mantle
Kerry Skelton / Simone Stubbs / Megan Tanner
Assistant Director
Lee Grumett
Glenn Freemantle
Stunt Coordinator
Grant Hulley
Set Decorator
Thomas Olive
Simone Stubbs / Megan Tanner
Visual Effects Designer
Baseblack Limited / Mill Film / Prime Focus UK
Production Manager/UPM
Marisa Sonemann
Special Effects Supervisor
Max Poolman
Supervising Art Director
Patrick Rolfe
Makeup Designer
Kerry Skelton
Fight Choreographer
Anton Moon
Joe Alblas
Movie Critics
Box Office
3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he stylish sci-fi film makes some eye-popping and unexpected choices that add up to one heck of a fun film."
Kate Erbland (15 Sep 2012, )
Entertainment Weekly
"Director of photography Anthony Dod Mantle creates an evocative dirty-neon future world." -- Grade: B+
Entertainment Weekly Staff (28 Sep 2012, )
Hollywood Reporter
"[The movie] constantly impresses on a visual level, with a gritty style more akin to cult hits like DISTRICT 9 or 28 DAYS LATER than to standard Hollywood comic-book blockbusters."
Stephen Dalton (2 Sep 2012, )
Sight and Sound
"The film eschews the customary origin story in favour of immersion. We don't know why Dredd is as he is, nor why Mega-City One is as it is, and it's something of a relief..."
Henry K. Miller (1 Oct 2012, )
Total Film
3 stars out of 5 -- "DREDD gets to lean hard on the slo-mo button, letting blood, water droplets and broken glass shiver beautifully in stereoscopic space."
Jonathan Crocker (1 Oct 2012, )

Customer Reviews

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Video and Audio are both very good and the 3D version also looks very good, (it was filmed in 3D, not converted, so you would expect the 3D to be decent)
The picture quality is great. there are a few soft scenes that i noticed but other than that its flawless. the audio quality is outstanding. very loud with lots of sonic activity.

Just buy it.

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I like to think Dredd as a movie falls into two categories. The first is a comic book adaptation that works, and the second is realistic science fiction, like District 9.

Unlike the original Judge Dredd movie, which I sometimes watch to remind myself there are better things out there, Dredd is a well-paced, well-written movie with just the right amount of anything. Any fan of the comics or action movies should not only be watching Dredd, but owning it as well.