Wednesday, June 24, 2015

DVD Review - Teen Wolf: Season 4

Teen Wolf: Season 4
Starring: Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien, Holland Roden, Arden Cho
Studio: MGM / 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Release Date: June 9, 2015
Retail: $29.98
Running Time: 535 minutes
Rating: Not Rated
Buy Link: Amazon


Now available to own on DVD from MGM & 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment is the hit MTV series Teen Wolf: Season 4. Special Features includes Gag Reels, The Beasts of Beacon Hill, Shirtless Montage Strikes Again and The Visual Effects Behind "The Dark Moon."

Loosely based on the 1985 comedy of the same name, Teen Wolf debuted on MTV in the summer of 2011 and has become of one of MTV's biggest scripted hit. Before Season 5 kicks-off on June 29th, fans can grab their hand on this 3-disc DVD release, so they can either get caught up or rewatch your favorite episodes.

"The Dark Moon" takes place two months after the events of season 3, where Scott and his friends head to Mexico in search of the the Calaveras - a Spanish hunter clan, in the hope to learn the whereabouts of Derek. Shortly, they learn that Kate Argent (played by Jill Wagner) is alive and has brought back the teenage version of Derek.

Scott (played by Tyler Posey), Stiles (played by Dylan O'Brien), Lydia (played by Holland Roden) and Kira (played by Arden Cho) return to Beacon Hills to try to live some sort of normal life, but of course Kate Argent is close by to cause problems, along with a new threat - The Benefactor.

The episodes on the 3-disc set are:

Disc 1
The Dark Moon
The Benefactor
Disc 2
Time of Death
Disc 3
A Promise to the Dead
Smoke and Mirrors

While at first glance Teen Wolf looks like another Twilight or Vampire Diaries clone, but once you watch a few episodes, you'll quickly learn that this is an original series with it's own mythology. I've always been a fan of the werewolf genre, so naturally I've caught a few episodes of the series here and there. Season 4 doesn't disappoint! From the dazzling first episode ("The Dark Moon") to the exciting season-finale ("Smoke & Mirrors"), I was glued to screen. Overall, all the episodes on the Teen Wolf: Season 4 are action-packed and fun to watch.

*Disclaimer - I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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