Dead Snow II: Red vs. Dead Debuts New Poster

Dead Snow II: Red vs. Dead has a brand new teaser poster. WellGo will release the film in theaters on October 10, 2014

The film is directed by Tommy Wirkola, who helmed Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, and stars Norwegian actor Vegar Hoel as Martin, the sole survivor of the first Dead Snow’s zombie bloodbath. Martin Starr, currently of HBO’s Silicon Valley fame, co-stars alongside Hoel and Norwegian actor Orjan Gamst, who plays the evil zombie warlord Herzog.

Dead Snow II: Red vs. Dead, the sequel to the 2009 horror film Dead Snow which was the first Norwegian movie of its genre to be selected to the prestigious Sundance Film Festival. We would love to do something with you for release whether it be a feature or for review. While an obvioushomage to classic zombie movies like Evil Dead and Braindead, Dead Snow introduced a newelement to the genre, by giving the dead zombies an agenda. Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead takesthings even further, giving the world's favorite monsters not just a Nazi agenda, but a desire for revenge.

They're not just zombies. They're Nazi zombies.
And there's a lot of them. On the orders of a rotten Führer, the zombies from Dead Snow return to settle old German scores. In the continuation of the epic splatterfest from 2009, Martin, the sole survivor of the first movie, prove that there's more badass shit in Northern Norway than even Nazi zombies would be prepared for. The table is set for a massive revenge epic, where blood, guts, brains and throats are not the only things dredged up from the darkness. Old hatrednever rots.


FEATURING   Vegar Hoel, Martin Starr, Orjan Gamst

PRODUCED BY   Terje Strømstad, Kietil Omberg

HISTORY's most fearsome warriors invade again with Vikings Season 2 on Blu-ray and DVD October 7

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Fox Home Entertainment 
Will Invade Once Again With Second Season of 
The Hit Dramatic Series “Vikings”

“Vikings” Season Two Returns On Blu-ray™ and DVD October 7 
with 10 Unrated Episodes, Extended and Alternate Scenes

LOS ANGELES, CA (August 19, 2014) – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (MGM) and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment are back with another season of the hit dramatic series “Vikings” Season 2. The hit HISTORY drama, created and written by Michael Hirst (“The Tudors,” “Elizabeth”), arrives on Blu-ray™ and DVD on October 7.

“Vikings” centers on Ragnar (Travis Fimmel), a restless young warrior and family man who longs to find and conquer new lands across the sea and claim the spoils as his own. Now he is an Earl, allied with King Horrik (Donal Logue). With more power than ever before, his desire to sail west and explore new kingdoms remains unquenchable.

Yet there’s a heavy price to pay for Ragnar’s ascent to greatness. Season two brings crises of faith, of power, of relationships. Brothers rise up against one another. Loyalties shift from friend to foe, and unlikely alliances are formed in the name of supremacy. Ragnar’s indiscretions threaten his marriage to Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick), tearing him and his beloved son apart. Plots are hatched, scores are settled, blood is spilled…all under the watchful eyes of the gods.

New to the cast of VIKINGS this season are Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games) as Bjorn, the intelligent and bold warrior son of Ragnar Lothbrok, and Linus Roache (Law & Order) as Ecbert, King of Wessex, a man of strength, knowledge and undisguised ambition. They join Travis Fimmel as Ragnar Lothbrok; Katheryn Winnick as Lagertha, a fierce shield maiden and Ragnar’s wife; Clive Standen as Rollo, Ragnar’s impulsive, wild, care-free brother; George Blagden as Athelstan, a young and not-so-innocent Monk; Jessalyn Gilsig as Siggy, beautiful wife of the late Earl Haraldson; Donal Logue as King Horrik, who desires to make the increasingly famous Earl Ragnar an ally and supporter; Gustaf Skarsgard, a ship builder who designs the new generation of Vikings ships; and Alyssa Sutherland as Princess Aslaug, Ragnar’s new love interest.

Creator and writer Michael Hirst – one of the premier historical story-tellers in the industry (Academy-Award winning film Elizabeth; and the Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated series “The Tudors”) – serves as Executive Producer along with Morgan O’Sullivan of World 2000 (The Count of Monte Cristo, “The Tudors”), Sheila Hockin (“The Tudors,” “The Borgias”), John Weber of Take 5 Productions (“The Tudors,” “The Borgias”), Sherry Marsh, Alan Gasmer and James Flynn (“The Tudors,” “The Borgias”). Dirk Hoogstra and Julian P. Hobbs are the Executives in Charge of Production for HISTORY.

“Vikings” is an international Irish/Canadian co-production being co-produced by World 2000 and Take 5 Productions. HISTORY broadcasts domestically in the U.S. MGM Television brought the series to the network and brings “Vikings” to the global audience, serving as the worldwide distributor outside of Ireland and Canada. “Vikings” is produced in association with Shaw Media, and the series also airs on HISTORY in Canada.

In addition to all 10 fan-favorite episodes, the “Vikings” Season 2 Blu-ray and DVD include bonus features – such as “Imagining and Executing Climactic Battles,” a behind the scenes exploration into every aspect of planning and execution of the key battle sequences. The Blu-ray contains more than 16 hours of exclusive content, 10 unrated episodes with extended and alternate scenes and two episode audio commentaries, in which Michael Hirst and Gustaf Skarsgard dive deeper into the making of the sophomore season.

“Vikings” Season 2 Blu-ray Special Features:
BD Exclusive - 10 Unrated episodes that include extended and alternate scenes
BD Exclusive - The Viking Sagas – An Interactive Archival Exploration of the Viking Sagas. Use the BD remote to select an icon within the Sagas to hear a detailed deconstruction told by Viking historians.
A Warrior Society: Rites of Passage - Viking Historians unravel more fascinating mysteries of the Viking culture delving deeper into their rich history revealing the real world practices of the Viking people. Topics for exploration include: Viking Birthing Rituals, the significance of a young man receiving an armring, and the preparation undertaken before a young man or shieldmaiden’s first battle.
My Family, My Enemy - Creator Michael Hirst details the story arcs of season two and how compelling stories from history influenced the script, with further insights from the cast members and their roles in this season.
Imagining and Executing Climactic Battles – A behind the scenes exploration into every aspect of planning and execution of the key battle sequences, before intricately deconstructing every stage of preparation for the climactic VIKING battles in season 2.
Audio Commentary on “Blood Eagle” featuring Michael Hirst and Gustaf Skarsgard (EXTENDED)
Audio Commentary on “The Lord’s Prayer” featuring Michael Hirst and Gustaf Skarsgard (EXTENDED)

“Vikings” Season 2 DVD Special Features:
My Family, My Enemy
A Warrior Society: Rites of Passage
Imagining and Executing Climactic Battles

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“Vikings” Season 2 Blu-ray
Street Date:October 7, 2014
Prebook Date:August 28, 2014
Screen Format:Widescreen 1.78:1
Audio:English DTS-HD MA 5.1/ English DD 2.0 Stereo/ English DD 5.1
U.S. Rating:TV-14
Total Run Time:976 minutes
Closed Captioned:Yes

“Vikings” Season 2 DVD
Street Date:October 7, 2014
Prebook Date:August 28, 2014
Screen Format:Widescreen 1.78:1
Audio:English DD 5.1/English DD 2.0 Stereo
Subtitles:Spanish (Latin Spanish), Quebecois (Canadian French)
U.S. Rating:TV-14
Total Run Time:483 minutes
Closed Captioned:Yes

Teen Wolf S4E9 - "Perishable" Recap

Deputy Parrish wakes up zip-tied to the steering wheel of his squad car. Deputy Hague is pouring gas on it and plans to kill him for the 5 million dollar bounty. Parrish goes up in flames while Hague has his earbuds in.

Lydia and Stiles are thinking Lydia's grandmother faked her death and tell Sheriff Stilinski their theory about her being either the Benefactor or an accomplice to them. Hague is writing to the Benefactor to enquire about the bounty when an uninjured but naked and dirty Parrish comes in and attacks him. Hague tries to shoot him but Parrish beats him to death, while Sheriff Stilinski is shot and injured in the shoulder.

The gang brings Parrish back to Derek's loft. They haven't a clue what he is. They also have to weak it to him that they are werewolves, as his only understanding of the strange and unusual is that Lydia is "psychic." They give him the run-down on the supernatural. They now have to worry about who else might have the list and try to come after them.

Stiles is worried about the Sheriff's financial situation, especially now that he has a hospital bill added to his debts. Sheriff is angry, saying it's not Stiles' responsibility to take care of him. Stiles says they're supposed to take care of each other. Sheriff says they'll be all right.

Liam is trying to sleep when his printer starts printing for no reason. When he looks to see what's come out, it's the updated list with multiple names crossed out. He tries to turn it off and has to unplug it to do so.

Lydia shares a story with the group about her grandmother creating the code and how her experiments made Meredith go insane and put into Iken house. Derek lets Scott know about his losing his abilities. Scott then shares that Derek's name was the one that broke the last third of the list. Derek notes that banshees predict death. Scott returns home and counts the money he has hidden under his bed.

The list keeps getting printed in various printers. Liam is now worth 18 million and he's still struggling following his fight with the Berzerkers. Deputy Parrish shows Stiles and Lydia the many suicides that have taken place in Iken House.

Scott heads to a party and finds Malia trying to get drunk. He informs her that they can't get drunk, as it has something to do with their healing. She points him in the direction of Liam, who is trying even harder than her to get drunk. Scott looks concerned for Liam's well-being, sensing that he's been off as of late. Scott apologises to Malia about Peter and she tells him that Peter said that he would say that and that Scott was right to try to keep her away from him. She doesn't want to talk about Stiles, either. Scott becomes alarmed when he finds that she and Liam are both drunk or at least intoxicated for some reason.

Lydia and Stiles head to Iken house and Lydia bribes the orderly to get in. The orderly then stun-guns them out.

Braeden interrogates Deputy Hague.

Deputy Parrish then finds that L. Brunski, the evil orderly, was the one looking after all the patients that apparently killed themselves.

Lydia realises that her grandmother predicted her own death and left clues for her to figure it out, too. The orderly does not believe himself a serial killer, believing himself to be a sort of angel of death. He believes the patients he killed needed release.

Scott then begins to appear intoxicated, too, but he hasn't had anything to drink. Scott then realises that their condition is being caused by the music.

Brunski plays the tape of Lydia's grandmother being murdered. Stiles tells her to not listen and to block it out, telling Lydia to only concentrate on the sound of his voice. He shouts at Brunski to turn it off and he responds by socking Stiles in the face. On the tape, Lorraine tells Brunski not to hurt Ariel, which was the code Lydia used to crack the updated list, which was from The Little Mermaid book they used to read together.

Scott is trying to get to the DJ to turn the music off when some law enforcement come and try to apprehend the "intoxicated" werewolves. One ties Scott up and pours gasoline on him, preparing to torch him. Liam's friend Mason realises that the DJ's music is causing problems and goes over and pulls the plug on it. With the music off, Scott's Alpha strength begins to return. It's then that Breden and Derek show up and take out the would-be captors.

Deputy Parrish arrives just in time, shooting Brunski before he can kill Lydia. Lydia says that he was the one who used Meredith to create the Deadpool and killed her when she tried to help them. But just as Brunski was about to die, he says he wasn't controlling her and that she was controlling him. Lydia then says that Brunski wasn't the Benefactor. It's then that a very-much-alive Meredith reveals herself and says that though Brunski wasn't on her list, he was a very bad person.

Teen Wolf airs on Mondays on MTV at 10PM.

The Strain Recap S01E06: Occulation

The sun rises on another day, a lunar event is about to occur. New York has reached a new level of crazy, even for the city that never sleeps but it hasn’t seen anything yet. Things are about to get even wilder. What can be wilder than human ken dolls? A virus running rampant that will consume everyone.

Thomas in full Vordormort glory pays his chained up victim a visit. He pulls the man’s chain to get his head into position. Once in position he uses his throat spear and sucks him dry. Was the whole chain contraption really needed, or did he feel like a bit of kink with dinner?

FBI agents pay Kelly a visit. They look legit, and not like ghost hunting underwear models, and they’re asking about Eph. Apparently they aren’t that good since they had no clue that she and Eph are separated. Little do any of them know just how close Eph is as he hides out behind cars watching them talk to his ex. She asks if its about the whole airplane thing, but they’re stingy with the information. Matt tries to play the whole man of the house card, but Kelly is tightlipped, and sends them away. They go figuring that Eph couldn’t be in the house with the new boyfriend there.

Two pest guys chat it up in a diner, wondering about the current rat situation. Fet throws in his theory about the mass rat displacement, and shares with them the things he saw down in the sewer. Its so much worse than any of them could imagine. It’s not mole people in the tunnel, mole people would be a blessing. Fet warns them to be careful, and the two mock him as he leaves.

Gus does a little sparring in the ring as Felix watches. He has a visitor from Mr. Eichorst, and the muscle isn’t budging. Gus sees that he’s packing heat, and decides the better option is to go along and see what the man wants.

Zach asks too many questions, wanting to know if his father is in trouble, because he’s on TV. Eph sneaks in, and Kelly wants to know what he’s done. He claims its all BS. He tells Kelly to get Zach out of the city, that something bad is happening, and worse they’re discrediting him. Matt who listens in at the top of the stairs decides to throw his weight in, and asks why Eph is here. Kelly is freaked out by Eph’s warning, and Matt doesn’t quite believe him because the government would totally warn people. Right? Sure, let’s not believe the guy who works at the CDC who is genuinely concerned for his family. The government is trying to turn things around on him, and its not a conspiracy theory. Zach reminds his dad that they can trace him by his phone. Kelly sends her son upstairs so that Eph’s crazy talk doesn’t frighten him. She’s concerned that he’s lost it because of the custody hearing, he’s always told her that she can’t outrun a virus. But this is one that Eph is sure that she has to try to, this is important. The FBI interrupt with a knock at the door, Matt’s a total dick, and hopefully Kelly throws him out now. Eph tries to make for the back door, but of course they have that covered. By gun point the FBI claim that they only want to talk to Eph. They cuff Eph and take him into custody. Eph tells Kelly “Run” as he’s taken away.

Matt is upset that the neighbors may have seen Eph taken away in cuffs. Kelly is more angered by the fact that he called the FBI on Eph, but Matt didn’t want to be an accessory and points out that he forced his way into “their” house. But it isn’t his house, or their house, its her house, and her ex husband and she’ll be the one to decide how to deal with them. Zach is curious as to why his dad was arrested, and asks if they’re going to Vermont. Kelly wonders if it isn’t a bad idea, but Matt isn’t willing to risk anything apparently but infection if Eph just went off the deep end. Seriously you would risk being infected with a deadly virus rather than to admit that maybe your girlfriend’s ex isn’t crazy and there’s a serious virus on the verge of an outbreak. And why is no one reporting on what went down in that senior center, does no one care that elderly people were attacked? Or is the StoneHeart Group’s hacker just that good? Matt knows she’s upset, but Kelly points out that he’s a guest in her house and he needs to start acting like one. She considers that she made a mistake, and Matt changes his tune. He is trying to protect this family. Kelly is done talking though, and heads off to work. Matt resorts to childish tactics of fine, well I have to work late, but Kelly is past the point of caring.

Abraham has reached his next address. He skips the front door, and makes for the back one. No one in this town locks their back doors. He sees that there was a wake of some sort. Lots of food and drink, and he removes his hat to get a closer look, and leaves it on the counter. The guy sure knows how to make himself at home in the homes of people he’s about to murder. He heads down to the basement, good choice, its blood splattered. Someone’s heart beats way too loudly. Abraham finds more than one creature, they’re all huddled together, but they don’t attack. The original passenger comes after Abraham and he uses his trusty nail gun and cane sword to dispatch him. The victim creatures shamble towards him, and it’s Abraham’s heart that’s been making all the noise. He’s on the verge of a heart attack, but he can’t get to his pills with monsters looking to eat him. He fires off his nail gun to incapacitate them and makes his way back upstairs and into the sunlight. Where is a UV light saber when you need one? Abraham gets the door closed to the basement, and grabs one of the candles from the table. He turns on the gas stove, grabbing his hat and leaving the candle behind. That should take care of the creatures.

Nora is awoken with her mother’s vacuuming. She asks if she remembers anything, but all she remember is a lovely dinner. Jim calls and tells Nora that Eph brought Redfern’s video to Everett, and that he’s been arrested. Nora can’t believe her ears, it doesn’t make any sense. The doorbell sounds, and Nora springs to action preventing her mother from opening the door. They need to make a run for it she says. Nora packs a quick bag.

Abraham takes a cab away from the scene of the crime, and he looks like hell. The cabbie tells him not to die in his cab, he even goes as far as to ask if Abraham has enough cab fare. He does, and he wants to be home before the eclipse starts. The city has reached new levels of crazy, but the cabbie isn’t so sure it’s the eclipse. Abraham tries to recruit him to his cause, but the cabbie isn’t taking him seriously.

Gus and Felix meet up with Thomas, who was nice enough to don his nose in the creepy underground. Gus isn’t looking to play again, he’s done. Thomas isn’t taking no for an answer. Gus didn’t look in the box so he wants to just walk. Thomas wants him to recover a body from the hospital, probably Redfern’s. Gus tries to walk away, but Thomas looks to sweeten the deal. In addition to $800.00, his dear mother won’t be deported. Don’t mess with his mama! Thomas has found his weakness, and as he taunts Gus about the love’s ties that bind, Gus loses it, and punches Thomas and smudges his makeup. He wails on him with little effect. Gus is shocked, and even more so when Thomas catches his fist and throws him against the wall. Felix remembers that he has a gun in his hand and fires off a shot, but that doesn’t effect Thomas either. Thomas warns him that he is his salvation or his downfall, and warns him not to be so foolish again, and sends him on his task.

Eph has a little sit down with homeland security. He’s told his story and he’s sticking to it. They think that he killed Redfern, but he most certainly did not. He asks the one agent to text his son since he was cuffed in front of him, but the agent isn’t sure that Eph is in his right mind. He is, but him saying that they need daylight to hunt these things, probably isn’t the best avenue. When he tries to check the time via the agent’s watch, the agent backhands him. The guy doesn’t care who Eph is or what fancy medical school he went to, he owns him, and plans to keep him locked up for awhile. Seriously, I wasn’t aware this was a pissing contest.

Gus and Felix wait for their pick up. Jim collects them, and gives them their uniforms. So Jim is still working for the bad guys too. Et tu, Brute?

Nora’s cell is still on the fritz. Her mother is worried about where they’re going. But Nora knows they need to get someplace soon, it’ll be dark soon with the eclipse. Nora looks up Abraham, he’s the only one left to help them.

Fet heads back to his office, and it’s completely empty. Even the flirty secretary is gone. Fet hears a noise in the back room, and goes to investigate the locked room. H can hear a rat or something squeak, and that’s when he notices his boss is in there sitting in the dark, and he’s not quite right. The man leaps up to attack, throat stinger and all. Fet is able to get away, and draw the blinds. The sun fries the man, and Fet takes another look around. The secretary is there too, and she’s infected. Before she can completely turn and attack he opens the blinds for her too.

The FBI agents continue grilling Eph. They want to know about that whole head smashed body from the airport and the infected people that need to destroyed. Eph asks them to consider for a moment that he’s right, to just go to any of the airline passengers’ house, and see that they are infected. They don’t believe a word he’s saying, until he claims to know where all of the bodies went. They want a location, he wants a deal. The slappy one gets threatening again, but Eph points out that they won’t find their answers there.

Kelly has a drink with her neighbor, Diane (our favorite succubus’s mama from Lost Girl!), who thinks that Eph’s behavior was purely about cockblocking. Kelly is feeling bad about her hard shutdown of Matt. He hasn’t called or text since, but good riddance I think. Diane knows its nothing but pride, and Matt has been showing his all over with this whole redecoration, she’s lucky he hasn’t been marking his territory another way. Kelly wonders if Eph is right, and maybe she should go to Vermont. Kelly invites her friend along, but Diane turns her down. She’s a Queens girl, they don’t run.

Felix, Gus and Jim go about the task of dumping the body, and Felix’s curiosity gets the better of him. He wants to see who they’re dumping. When he unzips the bag all he sees is the throat stinger. Jim wrangles the thing back in the bag with a stick, and he and Gus toss the body in the water, and it sinks to the bottom. If it worked for Hoffa, it must work for everything, right?

Fet takes a little walk. He pays a visit to his father, who looks surprised to see him. His mother isn’t home though. Fet is acting a little weird, and his pops jumps to the conclusion that Fet needs some cash, but that isn’t why he’s come. Fet continues looking around, asks about his father’s incomplete manuscript. It’s almost complete, and his father’s schedule looks to be busy. There’s plenty of strife between the two men. His father is still upset over fet’s chosen career, but Fet didn’t come to fight. He came to warn his father about the outbreak that is about to overtake the city, turning people into hungry savages. His father thinks that the job has gotten to him, and doesn’t know why he should believe his estranged son. When Fet goes to leave, his father asks him to stay for his mother. Fet asks him to leave for him.

Kelly and Zach prepare to view the eclipse with some styling paper glasses. She asks him if they should stay or go. Zach thinks they should go, but it may be too late for that. Kelly apologizes for the little scene he had to witness this morning, for all of the craziness. She worries about school, about leaving, and just holds her son as they wait for the eclipse.

The eclipse darkens the sky. The sun is completely blocked out.

People wander the street as normal. The FBI agents are completely stick in traffic. A crazy man runs through the streets, and Eph recognizes him as one of the men that was around when the bodies disappeared, the coroner. One of the agents prefers to twiddle his thumbs as the man tries to get into someone’s car. The other springs to action to intercept him and offer assistance. His partner is reluctant to offer assistance, as a woman fights to stay in her car. Poor Eph is left in the back of the car still cuffed. The coroner uses throat stinger on the first agent when he’s confronted and he’s still hungry. The second agent doesn’t stand much of a chance either. Now people panic. Eph makes it out of the car and to the second agent who is pleading for help. He gets himself uncuffed, but there’s no helping the agent, he was warned.

 Matt is still at work, still pouting over his fight with Kelly. One of his co-workers comes in holding his throat, he was attacked. Matt goes to investigate, yelling at two men asking if they did this. He approaches them, bad idea Matt.

Felix is freaking out still about the less than normal body. He thinks that they may need to wash with holy water or something, that they should have burned the body. He doesn’t like anything that went down, especially not the crazy German guy. Gus is in total agreement, trying not to freak out when they’re attacked by the coroner. He throws Gus aside, and goes after the tastier looking morsel Felix. Gus hits him with a pipe, and the coroner goes down, but not before he’s spit some white cum looking substance on Felix. He tries to remove it from his hand, freaking out about it on him. Two officers arrive and throw the pair to the ground, handcuffing them.

Abraham’s shop is locked up tight. Eph bangs on the door, and Abraham actually comes out. Eph is ready to join the cause, and Abraham allows him inside. He takes him down to the batcave, where Nora and her mother are already waiting. Nora welcomes him with open arms. Abraham is glad that they’re both ready because he has a new plan.

Mel Brooks' Favorite Creation - Young Frankenstein: 40th Anniversary -Arrives on Blu-ray September 9



40 Years Later, Mel Brooks’ Favorite Creation Comes to Life with a One-of-a-kind Anniversary Blu-ray™ September 9 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

40 Lucky Fans Have a Chance to Win a Rare Autographed Set Photo from Mel Brooks!

LOS ANGELES, CA (August 14, 2014) – The scariest comedy of all time gets resurrected as Young Frankenstein: 40th Anniversary arrives on Blu-ray September 9 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Comedy icons Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle, Cloris Leachman, Marty Feldman, Teri Garr and Madeline Kahn star in Mel Brooks’ brilliantly outrageous riff on Mary Shelley’s classic story of Frankenstein. After inheriting his grandfather’s castle in Transylvania, young Dr. Frankenstein (Wilder) follows in his ancestor’s freaky footsteps as he sets out to reanimate a dead body in Brooks’ “funniest, most cohesive comedy to date.” (The New York Times)

Young Frankenstein was nominated for two Academy Awards* and two Golden Globe Awards**. More than 40 years later, the film has stood the test of time, ranking at lucky number 13 on the American Film Institute’s list of the top 100 funniest films.

In celebration of the 40th anniversary, fans of Young Frankenstein can also enter themselves for a chance to win an autographed set photo from the man himself, Mel Brooks! Beginning on September 1, fans can go for all the rules and a chance to win.

* Best Sound, Richard Portman and Gene Cantamessa, 1975; Best Writing/Adapted Screenplay, Mel Brooks, Gene Wilder, 1975.

**Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical Comedy, Cloris Leachman, 1975; Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Madeline Kahn, 1975.

Blu-ray and DVD Special Features
Commentary by Mel Brooks
Interviews with Marty Feldman, Gene Wilder and Cloris Leachman
“Inside the Lab: Secret Formulas to the Making of Young Frankenstein” featurette
Blucher Button
“It’s Alive: Creating a Monster Classic” featurette
“Making FrankenSense of Young Frankenstein” featurette
“Transylvanian Lullaby: The Music of John Norris” featurette
Deleted Scenes and Outtakes
Production Photo Galleries and More!

Young Frankenstein 40th Anniversary Blu-ray
Street Date:September 9, 2014
Prebook Date:August 6, 2014
Screen Format:Widescreen 2.35:1
Audio:English, Spanish, French DTS-HD-MA 5.1
Subtitles:English / Spanish
Total Run Time:106 minutes
U.S. RatingPG
Closed Captioned:Yes

About Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is the industry leading worldwide marketing, sales and distribution company for all Fox produced, acquired and third party partner film and television programing. Each year TCFHE expands its award-winning global product portfolio with the introduction of new entertainment content through established and emerging formats including DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital HD™. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is a subsidiary of 21st Century Fox.

The LEFTOVERS season finale summary! Finale debuts Sept. 7


            Episode #10: “The Prodigal Son Returns” (season finale)
            Debut: SUNDAY, SEPT. 7 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT)
            Other HBO playdates: Sept. 7 (12:30 a.m.3:00 a.m.), 8 (11:40 p.m.), 9 (8:00 p.m.,11:00 p.m.), 11 (9:00 p.m., midnight), 12 (8:00 p.m.) and 13 (10:00 p.m.)
            HBO2 playdates: Sept. 8 (9:00 p.m.), 12 (4:00 a.m.) and 13 (2:45 p.m.8:00 p.m.)
           An unexpected ally helps Kevin (Justin Theroux) get out of a jam near the town of Cairo. Meanwhile, an elaborate Memorial Day initiative by the Guilty Remnant plunges Mapleton into chaos. Holy Wayne (Paterson Joseph) grants a final wish; Tom (Chris Zylka) copes with his new reality; Nora (Carrie Coon) makes a life-changing decision.
            Written by Damon Lindelof & Tom Perrotta; directed by Mimi Leder.

            THE LEFTOVERS is produced for HBO by White Rabbit in association with Warner Bros. Television; created by Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta; executive produced by Damon Lindelof, Tom Perrotta, Peter Berg and Sarah Aubrey; co-executive producers, Ron Yerxa and Albert Berger. Lindelof serves as showrunner.

HBO renews The Leftovers for a second season!


            LOS ANGELES, Aug. 13, 2014 – HBO has renewed the drama series THE LEFTOVERS for a second season, it was announced today by Michael Lombardo, president, HBO Programming. Created by Damon Lindelof (Emmy® winner for “Lost”) and acclaimed novelist Tom Perrotta (Academy Award® nominee for “Little Children”), the series is produced for HBO by White Rabbit in association with Warner Bros. Television. Lindelof serves as showrunner.

            “We are thrilled to bring back THE LEFTOVERS for a second season with the exceptional talents of Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta,” says Lombardo. “It has been truly exciting to see the overwhelming response to their provocative and original storytelling. We look forward to continuing the journey as the show delves deeper into the lives of those who remain.” 

            Currently debuting hour-long episodes on Sundays at 10:00 p.m. (ET/PT), and based on Perrotta’s bestselling novel of the same name, THE LEFTOVERS is an original look at The Rapture…or was it The Rapture at all? Set in a small New York suburb, the intimate family drama focuses on the residents of the fictional town of Mapleton, whose preconceptions are shattered in the wake of a global event dubbed “The Sudden Departure.” Three years after the fateful day when 140 million people disappeared without a trace, the series looks at the ways ordinary people react to inexplicable events that can unite or divide families and communities, examining how their untold grief and the strain of an unprecedented calamity can turn faith into cynicism, paranoia, madness or cult-like fanaticism.

            The ten-episode first season of THE LEFTOVERS debuted June 29 on HBO, with the season finale slated to debut Sept. 7. Among the critical praise, the New York Times hailed the show for “an intriguing premise that is intelligently and artfully presented,” while said of Damon Lindelof, “Maybe he saw the opportunity in ‘The Leftovers’ to make something great. Because he sure as hell has.” The New Yorker noted that the show “captures the disorientation of grief in a way that is provocative and rare for television,” adding, “‘The Leftovers’ is something new.”

            Season one series regulars include Justin Theroux, Amy Brenneman, Christopher Eccleston, Liv Tyler, Chris Zylka, Margaret Qualley, Carrie Coon, Emily Meade, Amanda Warren, Ann Dowd, Michael Gaston, Max and Charlie Carver, and Annie Q.

            Season one credits: THE LEFTOVERS is produced for HBO by White Rabbit in association with Warner Bros. Television; created by Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta; executive produced by Damon Lindelof, Tom Perrotta, Peter Berg and Sarah Aubrey; co-executive producers, Ron Yerxa and Albert Berger. Damon Lindelof serves as showrunner.
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