Of course, if that’s the reason you’re watching Immortals, you might want to consider taking a class on film. Or, a the very least, go out and rent a good ol’ fashioned skin flick — at least you’ll get your money’s worth that way. Personally, I’ll stick to a classic Italian-made spectacle like Mario Bava’s Hercules in the Haunted World.
Released to theaters on 11/11/11 (just to make it appear to be “cool,” no doubt), Immortals has found its way to home video to terrorize anew via Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment in a low-key DVD release that includes a shoddily-assembled five-minute featurette about real mythology, a couple of deleted scenes, and trailers for this and other Fox titles.
In short: skip it. For the love of Zeus and all the other Olympians whose names and histories have been eviscerated in this dreadful yarn, skip it.