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Project X [Blu-ray + DVD + UltraViolet Digital Copy]

Release Date: 
06/19/2012
Rated: 
MPAA: R
Star Rating: 
8 out of 10

This sets the bar pretty high for the next Maxim party.


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012
The Pitch: Three high school dorks throw the most out of control and destructive house party ever.


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012
What It Really Is: A bombardment of awesome. Shot like a found-footage documentary, Project X is so irresponsible it required a disclaimer at the beginning of the movie. At that moment we knew we were in for something special. It just never lets up and is loaded with nudity, drugs, binge drinking, death-defying falls, explosions, golden showers and a flame thrower. Right when you think the party is dying down there’s a sexy montage or a violent stunt and things are raging again. Just like Easter dinner at Grandma's.


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012
Maxim.com Ready-Made Press Blurb: “The greatest party of all time!” --Maxim.com


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012
Does Blu-ray Make a Difference? Yes, if only to get better quality of the purposefully grainy and dizzying footage.


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012
Random Photos of Hot Girls: Enjoy!


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012
Check out photos we took with three of the Project X starlets.


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012
Special Features: Extended Cut of the film (couldn’t really tell what they added, tho...we guess more party montage stuff), three short featurettes (“Damage Control,” “The Pasadena Three” and "Xpensive: Tallying Up the Damages"), DVD and digital copy of the film.

Who’s It For: People who enjoy watching the destruction of other people’s property.


Photos Courtesy of Warner Bros. | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2012
Who It’s NOT For: Insurance agents with bad hearts; people who own nice homes and have teenage kids; people who think this is a remake to that 80s movie where Matthew Broderick teaches chimpanzees to fly fighter planes.

Studio: Warner