Octavia Spencer as Sue Ann in "Ma," directed by Tate Taylor. Photo Credit: Anna Kooris/Universal Pictures

Suspense Thriller ‘Ma’ Lands Blu-ray And DVD Release In September

Starring and executive produced by Octavia Spencer, Ma hits Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand September 3 via Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The release comes with over 20 minutes of never before seen footage. The flick’s digital release is set for August 20.

(from left) Maggie (Diana Silvers), Erica (Juliette Lewis, back to camera) and Sue Ann (Octavia Spencer) in “Ma,” directed by Tate Taylor. Photo Credit: Anna Kooris/Universal Pictures

The narrative centers on Sue Ann (Octavia Spencer), a lonely woman living in an Ohio town who befriends a teenager named Maggie (Booksmart’s Diana Silvers) and her crew.

Sue Ann lets the teens party at her basement as long as they follow several simple rules: Remain sober, don’t curse, and never go upstairs. Of course, rules are made to be broken, and the woman the youths call “Ma” is not exactly what she appears to be. Luke Evans and Juliette Lewis round out the ensemble.

The movie marks a reunion between Tate Taylor and Spencer, as they collaborated on the acclaimed film The Help. Special features on the Blu-ray, DVD and Digital versions include:

  1. New Alternative Ending
  2. The featurettes “Creating Sue Ann” and “Party at Ma’s”
  3. Deleted Scenes
  4. Theatrical Trailer

Have you checked out Ma and/or are you looking forward to its Blu-ray, DVD, and digital release? Feel free to comment below!

Greg Srisavasdi

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