BLU-RAY REVIEW: The Incredible Hulk

The grumpy green shape of The Incredible Hulk is the first of the summer comic book blockbusters to make the jump to DVD and Blu-ray on October 13th.

After Ang Lee’s thoughtful but surprisingly placid Hulk in 2003, Director Louis Leterrier clearly wants to get back to the more traditional ‘Hulk Smash’ take on the character, and has built his film around a series of escalating confrontations.

It’s fair to say that the film flags a little between those scenes, but all the ingredients of a Hulk movie are here: hunted scientists, fanatical soldiers, and a big green monster that smashes up a lot of tanks. When all those ingredients come to the boil in the film’s final CGI set-piece you can’t help but sit up in your seat and take notice.

You can see our full review at The Leisure Lab.