FIRST LOOK: ‘Kick-Ass’ Blu-ray extra: ‘Oh my God … he’s doing Adam West’

July 14, 2010 | 2:59 a.m.

Kick-Ass” is going the home invasion route. The film hits Blu-ray on Aug. 3 with a two-hour documentary — yes, that’s right, a two-hour documentary — on the making of the film. Above is an exclusive peek at a segment from the epic “A New Kind of Superhero: The Making of Kick-Ass.”

It just occurred to me that we should do an edgy/fun midnight screening for next year’s Hero Complex Film Festival. Maybe “Kick-Ass”? Thoughts, requests?

— Geoff Boucher  


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One Response to FIRST LOOK: ‘Kick-Ass’ Blu-ray extra: ‘Oh my God … he’s doing Adam West’

  1. Cal Godot says:

    My dos centavos: The great thing about your film fest was that all the films you chose were inarguable classics. They were also good movies, a judgment with which you will find few contentions. Kick-Ass, on the other hand, is not a classic, and many would argue not a good movie. I'm serious – you really pulled it off with that festival, Geoff, and I think a key factor was you chose classic films and filmmakers.

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