Morbius wasn’t exactly well-received when it came out in cinemas earlier this year, but you can now make up your own mind as it’s available to watch at home.
the spider-man spin-off stars Jared Leto as Dr Michael Morbius who, in an attempt to cure his rare blood disease, turns himself into a living vampire and must fight the urge to drink blood to protect those he loves.
If that sounds like something you want to check out, Morbius is available now to rent at home in the UK for £15.99 from Prime Video, iTunes, Microsoft Store and other participating digital retailers.
You’ll have 30 days to start watching the movie and 48 hours to finish watching once started. If you’d prefer to own a copy of Morbius though, you’ll have to wait until Monday, June 13 when it will be available to download and keep.
Watch Morbius on Prime Video
Morbius is also available to pre-order on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD ahead of its release on Monday, June 27.
The Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD and digital copies of the movie come with bonus materials including outtakes and bloopers, five featurettes that delve into the making of the spider-man spin-off and a look at the Easter eggs you may have missed.
If you buy it on DVD though, you’ll only get two of the behind-the-scenes featurettes: Defining the Antihero and The Good, Bad & Ugly.
In the US, Morbius is available to buy on digital right now for $19.99 from Prime Video, iTunes and other participating digital retailers.
Following its critical mauling, director Daniel Espinosa responded by saying it’s a “strange thing to make something that is so public.” “Look, I have a lot of self-hatred so I have a lot of criticism of my own work,” he continued.
“I’m always trying to focus on being better. But I am also proud of what I do. There are parts in all of my movies that I’m really proud of.”
Morbius is available to rent in the UK from Prime Video, iTunes, Microsoft Store and other digital retailers.
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