Sunday, May 26, 2013

Teen Wolf Season Two DVD Review

 ***Complimentary copy received in exchange for an honest review***

Teen Wolf Season 2:
"Teen Wolf" jumps full force into season two with even more suspenseful drama than season one. Scott McCall, a teenager with a wild secret, continues to find himself caught in a supernatural war between hunters and werewolves. Scott must keep his forbidden romance with Allison a secret while keeping his friends and family safe from new Alfa wolf Derek.

Teen Wolf Season 2 DVD Special Features
  Teen Wolf Season 2 at Paleyfest – celebrate Season 2 of MTV’s critically acclaimed series Teen Wolf with a panel discussion featuring the show’s cast and creative team
  Teen Wolves: Meet the New Pack - meet new cast members Sinqua Walls (Boyd), Gage Golighlty (Erica) and Daniel Sharman (Isaac) and get their take on their roles in Season 2
  Alternate, Deleted and Extended Scenes
  Alternate Stiles Takes
  Teen Wolf CGI Reel
  Fight Choreography
  Shirtless Montage 2.0
  Gag Reel
  Commentary featuring Jeff Davis and Christian Taylor

Teen Wolf Season 2 DVD
Street Date: May 21, 2013
Prebook Date: April 10, 2013
Screen Format: Widescreen 1.78:1
Audio: English: 5.1 Dolby Digital

French: 2.0 Surround DD
Subtitles: English/Spanish/French
U.S. Rating: TV-14
Total Run Time: 574 minutes
Closed Captioned: Yes

 Where to Buy

You can get your copy of Teen Wolf Season 2 in stores nationwide on online at Amazon.

My Thoughts

Teen Wolf is an exciting, supernatural series that doesn't follow the normal Hollywood Trends. I saw some growth in the characters from last season and learned more about exactly how these werewolves exist. The show plays like sort of a supernatural soap opera, which isn't an insult. I enjoy this type show once in awhile. This season, people died, people disappeared, people came back from the dead.  There are still many secrets left to be revealed. I'm really curious about the so-called vegetarian. We're left wondering about a lot of things including whether or not Matt is dead, if Grandpa Argent will return, and what Lydia is changing into. All these unanswered questions are exactly what will keep fans biting their nails until next season.

Season Two of Teen Wolf took off with a growl and kept the action going to the very last episode.   While generally geared towards the younger crowd, this is a show I don't mind watching with my teenage daughter. The special effects are great, the characters are interesting (even if the actors playing them are 26 instead of 16) and the cliffhanger season finale left me wondering what Season 3 will bring. 4 Stars

***Please note that I received no form of monetary compensation for this post. I did receive a sample of the product to try in order to write a fair and honest review. The opinions expressed in this review are my own and were not influenced in any way. ***