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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Horror
  • Year: 2013
English Dolby Digital 5.1, Spanish Surround Dolby Digital 2.0, French Surround Dolby Digital 2.0
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Horror
  • Year: 2013
English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1
English, Spanish


Chloë Grace Moretz and Academy Award® nominee Julianne Moore* star in this exhilarating reimagining of Stephen King’s iconic best seller. After merciless taunting from classmates and abuse at the hand of her religious fanatic mother (Moore), Carrie’s (Mortez) anger – and her telekinetic powers – are unleashed. And when a prom prank goes horribly wrong, events spiral out of control until the terrifying conclusion of this powerful, pulse-quickening horror story.

*Actress: 2002, Far From Heaven; 1999, The End of the Affair. Supporting Actress: 2002, The Hours; 1997, Boogie Nights.

Disc Information

**Theatrical Feature

**Creating Carrie
**Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise

Cast & Crew

Chloe Grace Moretz ... Carrie White
Julianne Moore ... Margaret White
Gabriella Wilde ... Sue Snell
Portia Doubleday ... Chris Hargensen
Ansel Elgort ... Tommy Ross
Alex Russell ... Billy Nolan
Judy Greer ... Miss Desjardin


Cath Clarke Time Out | November 26, 2013

Chloe Moretz is unnervingly talented, but Carrie is not a role she was born to play. She hasn't a victim's bone in her body and fluffs the early scenes.

Christy Lemire ChristyLemire.com | October 22, 2013

It is a timeless thing for all of us, the ritual of high-school expectation and heartache. Once again, as it did nearly 40 years ago, Carrie turns it into an experience of biblical proportions.

Richard Brody New Yorker | October 21, 2013

The movie is very good, both as a first-order viewing experience and as a contemporary gloss on Brian De Palma's classic 1976 adaptation of Stephen King's novel.

Peter Rainer Christian Science Monitor | October 18, 2013

Peirce is gifted, but she lacks the ability of directors like DePalma to transform schlock into something deeply personal.

Tom Long Detroit News | October 18, 2013

Moore is terrifying as a guilt-addled true believer, and Moretz caresses her role when she gets the chance. And the hot topics do indeed remain hot.

Owen Gleiberman Entertainment Weekly | October 17, 2013

She blows stuff up real good, in a way that would make the devil - or Bruce Willis - proud.

Amy Nicholson L.A. Weekly | October 17, 2013

What's scariest about Carrie in 2013 isn't that this wounded teenage girl has the power to kill -- it's that there are thousands of girls like her with no power at all.


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