Nocturnal Animals Blu-ray & Digital HD

Nocturnal Animals Blu-ray & Digital HD Release Review (WATCH)

Nocturnal Animals was not only helmed by Tom Ford, did not only star Jake Gyllenhaal, Amy Adams And Michael Shannon, but it also warranted a Oscar nomination and won countless other movie awards.

Whether you have seen this latest dramatic thriller or not, one thing is for sure, it is a movie that you need to watch more than once to get the true gist of. . .

For those who haven’t seen Tom Ford’s latest accoladed flick, make sure to check out the trailer below, and stay tuned for my personal Nocturnal Animals Blu-ray and Digital HD review video, that will let you know if this movie is worth adding to your collection.

Nocturnal Animals Trailer:

Now that you have gotten that intrigue into your head, check out my spoiler free review of the Nocturnal Animals Blu-ray and DVD, that is sure to help you decide if a personal copy of Nocturnal Animals is worth your hard earned money. . .

(WATCH) The Nocturnal Animals Blu-ray & Digital HD Review

On the fence about watching it? Check out our official Nocturnal Animals Movie Review.

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  • The Making of Nocturnal Animals – Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Tom Ford, and cast and filmmakers recount how they brought such a unique story to life including:
    • Building the Story – Tom Ford and actors examine central characters and how they fit into the story.
    • The Look of Nocturnal AnimalsFilmmakers and cast discuss how the cinematography by Seamus McGarvey and costumes by Arianne Phillips give the film such a distinct and rich feel.
    • The Filmmaker’s Eye: Tom Ford – See how Tom Ford’s attention to detail adds layers to the interwoven stories at the center of the film.
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