Credit: MGM Home Entertainment

Hot Tub Time Machine looks like it might be the best movie that John Cusack has done since High Fidelity, which was the best movie he’d done since the 80’s. All that other stuff in between was just filler, waiting for this triumphant return! Ok, actually, I haven’t seen Hot Tub Time Machine yet, but I’ve heard great things about it. It’s one of those movies that was in and out of the theatre so fast that I hardly had a chance! Darn you, real life, for getting in the way of the fun things that I want to do. Lucky for us, Hot Tub Time Machine is due out on Blu-Ray and DVD on June 29th and this time it’s UNRATED! John Cusack isn’t the only name worth dropping in this comedy, though. The cast also includes Craig Robinson (NBC’s The Office) and Rob Corddry (Comedy Central’s The John Stewart Show) as well, and features appearances by comedy legend Chevy Chase (NBC’s Community), Crispin Glover (Back to the Future) and Clark Duke (Kick Ass).

Film Synopsis: Three friends with less-than-fulfilling lives get the chance to go back and do it all again in the uproarious comedy Hot Tub Time Machine, heating up as an UNRATED, two-disc Blu-ray with Digital Copy and DVD June 29 from MGM Home Entertainment. Delivering “non-stop political incorrectness” and “about a billion laughs” (Los Angeles Times), the film stars John Cusack (High Fidelity), Craig Robinson (The Office) and Rob Corddry (The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) as buddies looking to recapture a little of their youthful glory by returning to the ski resort where they used to party. After a crazy night of drinking in the hot tub, they realize that they’ve been transported back to the 80’s and into the bodies of their younger selves. Now they have to decide whether they should change their futures while wading through a sea of spandex, blue eye shadow and heavy metal hair bands.

Check out the preview and some stills from the film below. And pre-order your copy on B
Blu-Ray by clicking here.

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