AMC, eOne Announce Release Date, Specs For Hell On Wheels: The Complete Fourth Season

Courtesy:  AMC/eOne

Courtesy: AMC/eOne

This Saturday, AMC’s hit western serial Hell on Wheels returns for its fifth and final season. For those that perhaps might have missed out on the events of the hit drama’s fourth season and who in turn don’t want to spoil things for themselves, AMC and eOne have announced that those fans won’t have to wait much longer for Season Four to hit store shelves out online outlets.

AMC and eOne have announced that Hell on Wheels: The Complete Fourth Season will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, August 11th. Hell on Wheels’ fourth season picks up right where Season Three left off. Audiences find Cullen marrying the now pregnant Naomi and having to live in the Mormon fort where she and other Mormons currently live. Making things even more tense is the fact that The Swede (Christopher Heyerdahl) is there, pretending to be the church leader Bishop Dutson. Thomas Durant (Colm Meaney) is back in charge of the Union Pacific Railroad, which had succeeded in its western expansion, making it all the way to Cheyenne. Elam (Common) has recovered from the injuries sustained in a bear attack at the end of Season Three, which happened as Elam had been searching for Cullen. Season Four sees the fallout from all of these events and more as the railroad continues its expansion. Audiences can check out a trailer for Season Four’s upcoming home release online now via Vimeo at https://vimeo.com/118781754.

Courtesy:  AMC/eOne

Courtesy: AMC/eOne

Along with its gripping story lines, Hell on Wheels: The Complete Fourth Season also boasts a handful of bonuses for fans including: a behind the scenes look at Season Four, an introduction to the new characters introduced in Season Four, episode specific featurettes, and much more. The complete list of bonuses featured in Hell on Wheels: The Complete Fourth Season is listed below.

BONUS FEATURES:

  • A Look at Season 4
  •  The New Characters of Season 4
  • Cheyenne Set Tour
  • Anson Mount Retrospective
  • On the Set with Colm Meaney
  • On the Set with Jake Weber
  • Episode Featurettes

As the days count down to the premiere of Hell on Wheels’ final season and the home release of Season Four, audiences can keep up with all of the latest from the show online at:

Website: http://www.amc.com/shows/hell-on-wheels

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HellonWheelsAMC

Twitter: http://twitter.com/hellonwheelsamc

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The Dead Rise Again This Summer

Courtesy:  AMC/Anchor Bay Entertainment

Courtesy: AMC/Anchor Bay Entertainment

The Walking Dead rises again this summer!

Anchor Bay Entertainment has just announced that the fifth season of AMC’s hit zombie drama will be released on DVD and Blu-ray + Digital HD combo pack on Tuesday, August 25th. Season Five opens with Rick and company having to make their way out of Terminus after it is revealed that its inhabitants are murderous cannibals. Of course the zombie hordes are there, too. Gareth is hot on the group’s trail, too. Along the way, loyalties are once again tested as are the wills of the survivors in a number of situations. Season Five will come complete with roughly three hours of bonus material for true diehard fans. Those bonuses are listed below.

Bonus Features on the Blu-ray™ + Digital HD and DVD include:

Audio commentaries featuring Showrunner/Executive Producer/Writer Scott M. Gimple, Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd, Executive Producer Tom Luse, Executive Producer/Special Effects Make-Up Supervisor /Director Greg Nicotero, Director Julius Ramsay; Actors Lauren Cohan, Chad L. Coleman, Michael Cudlitz, Sonequa Martin-Green, Danai Gurira, Alana Masterson, Melissa McBride, Josh McDermitt, Norman Reedus, Christian Serratos and Steven Yuen.

Deleted Scenes
Inside “The Walking Dead”
The Making of “The Walking Dead”
The Making of Alexandria
Beth’s Journey
Bob’s Journey
Noah’s Journey
Tyreese’s Journey
A Day in the Life of Michael Cudlitz
A Day in the Life of Josh McDermitt
Rotters in the Flesh

The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season will retail for MSRP of $79.99 on Blu-ray + Digital HD combo pack and $69.98 on DVD. More information on The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season as well as the series’ upcoming sixth season is available online now at:

Website: http://www.amc.com/shows/the-walking/dead

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheWalkingDeadAMC

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Halt And Catch Fire Surprises In Its Debut Season

Courtesy:  Anchor Bay Entertainment/AMC

Courtesy: Anchor Bay Entertainment/AMC

AMC’s drama Halt and Catch Fire just kicked off its second season over this past weekend. The series, which is centered on the earliest days of the personal computing boom, proved over the course of its first season to be one of the network’s most surprisingly entertaining shows. Now thanks to both AMC and indie studio Anchor Bay, audiences can see Season One for themselves and catch up with this provocative human drama before Season Two gets moving too much. That is because Halt and Catch Fire: The Complete First Season is currently available in stores and online on Blu-ray + Digital HD combo pack and DVD + Digital combo pack. Viewers will see in watching the series’ first season that even if they are not interested in the history of the personal computing industry, they will still find plenty to like beginning with the series’ writing. Between the story that gradually develops over the course of Season One’s ten total episodes and the development of the show’s characters, the show’s writers have hit on something special here. It is something that effortlessly keeps audiences coming back for more. The work of the show’s main cast is just as notable in its enjoyment and success, too. The cast members do just as much to bring the characters to life and pull audiences into the show’s universe. The work of the series’ crew—more specifically the series’ costume and set designers—puts the finishing touch on the show. Thanks to their painstaking efforts, audiences really feel like they are looking back in time in watching each episode of Season One. This makes suspension of disbelief infinitely easier. It brings everything full circle. That is because the audiences’ ability to easily suspend its disbelief leads to more time to focus on the combined efforts of the series’ writers and cast. Focusing on those elements, audiences will see for themselves just how much was done right with this series in its first season. In turn, audiences will agree that Halt and Catch Fire: The Complete First Season makes for one of this year’s best new box sets for grown ups.

Halt and Catch Fire showed in its debut season to be one of the most surprisingly entertaining series not just in comparison to AMC’s other series but in comparison to dramas across the board. It proved by and large to be a series that even those not interested in computer engineering, and all related topics would enjoy. The main reason that it proved to be so surprisingly enjoyable is its writing. It would have been so easy for the show’s writers to focus mainly on the computers and related tech topics in this series considering that the series is in fact centered on the start of the personal computing boom. Thankfully, the writers didn’t take that easy, formulaic way out. Rather, they made sure to make the actors and the story itself the star of the show. They focused on story development and character development alike. Within the story development, the writers made sure to not let every episode end in a cliffhanger or even pseudo-cliffhanger unlike so many other serials out there. Yet somehow, they managed to leave audiences wanting more at the end of every episode. More simply put, none of the episodes’ closing moments felt forced, again unlike so many other serials out there today. Even within the episodes themselves, at no point does the writing feel forced. Even being a historical fiction for all intents and purposes the writing within each story feels natural. In turn it makes suspension of disbelief all the more believable. That means that audiences will that much more easily be able to allow themselves to be pulled into the series’ world and feel more like they are right there than just sitting there watching a TV show. That is a real tribute to the series’ writers and proves clearly why the writing behind Halt and Catch Fire: The Complete First Season is central to its success and enjoyment.

The writing behind Halt and Catch Fire is central to it success and enjoyment in its debut season. As noted, the show’s writers went to painstaking lengths to make sure it didn’t turn out like so many other serials out there today. Their efforts paid off greatly, as audiences will see through all ten Season One episodes. While it boasts its own level of importance to the series, it is only one part of the first season’s success and enjoyment. The work of the show’s cast is just as important to its success and enjoyment. That having been noted, Lee Pace (Guardians of the Galaxy, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Hobbitt: The Desolation of Smaug), Scoot McNairy (Argo, Non-Stop, 12 Years A Slave), and Mackenzie Davis (That Awkward Moment, Smashed, Breathe In) were the perfect choices for their roles. From the season premiere to its finale, all four actors keep audiences completely engaged. Pace makes it so easy to hate Joe McMillan yet want to know who he really is and what he really is. In the same vein, McNairy made it just as easy for audiences to root for Gordon and even feel sorry for him as he was ripped from his workaday life and pulled into Joe’s plan; a plan that sees Gordon reach great highs and equally low lows. Davis’ portrayal of Cameron is worthy of mention, too. That is because just as with her cast mates, she embraced her role. In embracing her role, she really brought out Cameron’s contradictory mix of self-confidence and innocence. The result here was a character that is just as believable as Gordon, which is perhaps why the duo was so entertaining together throughout Season One. She is the stereotypical young person who is in reality just as innocent and naive as she is self-assured. Davis never overdoes it or underperforms in her presentation in this regard. She gets it just right throughout. The same can be said of McNairy and Pace in the handling of their respective characters’ personalities. Collectively, their on-screen work in every avenue makes them entirely believable. Their portrayals coupled with their interpretations of the writers’ scripts makes for that much more enjoyment. It shows yet again just how much this series has to offer audiences even in its debut season. That being the case, it shows why the series’ first season set is one of the year’s best for grown ups.

The combined work of both the writers and cast in Halt and Catch Fire’s first season gives audiences plenty to like. It makes this season’s set well worth the purchase and the watch. As pivotal as both parties’ work proves to be it still is not all that makes the show’s first season a surprise hit. The work of the show’s costume and makeup department coupled with that of its set design crew is just as key to the overall presentation of Season One. All involved went to their own painstaking efforts to re-create 1980s-era America. From something as simple as the design of Gordon’s glasses to more complex elements such as the women’s hairstyles to the cast’s clothing styles in whole, the costume and makeup department made certain to make the characters look like they came right out of a time machine. On the level of the show’s sets, Gordon’s house and his car are key examples of how hard those charged with reproducing the bigger look of the time worked to bring that era back to life. One could even cite the arcade in which Joe first met Cameron or the store from which Gordon stole the Cabbage Patch Kid as prime examples of how hard the show’s production crew worked to re-create the look of the times. There is much more discussion on this aspect of the show’s success in its bonus feature “Re-Making The 80s” that does an even better job of explaining the importance of the work put in by those behind the cameras. The insight offered through this discussion makes completely clear the importance of their work. In understanding the importance of said individuals’ work, audiences will hopefully see once and for all just how much went in to bringing Halt and Catch Fire to life even if only in this aspect. It is hardly the least notable element of the show’s success and enjoyment. Coupled with the combined work of the show’s cast and writers, all three elements together prove once and for all why the first season of Halt and Catch Fire is so surprisingly enjoyable and why the season’s box set is in fact one of this year’s best for grown up audiences.

Whether it be for the work of its writers, that of the show’s cast, or even that of the people behind the cameras, there is a lot to like about Halt and Catch Fire in its debut season. Even those that are not that interested in computer engineering and its related topics will discover that there is plenty to like about this series in its debut season. All three elements considered together, they show without a doubt that Halt and Catch Fire is one of the best dramas on television today especially as it leads now into its second season. Halt and Catch Fire: The Complete First Season is available now in stores and online. It can be ordered direct online both on DVD and Blu-ray via Anchor Bay Entertainment’s online store at http://www.anchorbayentertainment.com/detail.aspx?projectID=6536a129-a4a1-e411-8748-d4ae527c3b65. More information on this and other titles from Anchor Bay Entertainment is available online now at:

Website: http://www.anchorbayentertainment.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AnchorBay

Twitter: http://twitter.com/Anchor_Bay

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Anchor Bay Entertainment Announces Home Release Date For The Walking Dead Season Five

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Courtesy: Anchor Bay Entertainment/Starz

The end is almost here for AMC’s hit horror serial The Walking Dead.

The fifth season of The Walking Dead just wrapped this past Sunday. And as fans count down to the sixth (and supposedly last) season of the hit drama, Anchor Bay Entertainment has wasted no time announcing the home release date for the series’ fifth season. Anchor Bay Entertainment announced today that The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season will be released in stores and online Tuesday, August 25th. It will be released on both DVD and Blu-ray + Digital HD combo pack.

Current details on pricing, bonus materials, specs, box art, and limited edition box sets are currently unavailable. They will be announced soon. All of that information will be available online along with all the latest updates on the series at:

Website: http://www.amctv.com/shows/the-walking-dead

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheWalkingDeadAMC

Twitter: http://twitter.com/WalkingDead_AMC

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Mostly Original Script And Short Run Time Make Speak No Evil Worth At Least One Watch

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Courtesy: Lionsgate

Forty-five years ago writer/director George A. Romero and co-writer John A. Russo brought to the world a little horror flick titled Night of the Living Dead. At the time that Romero ad Russo’s movie debuted few if any studios at any level were putting out horror movies of its ilk. In the decades since its debut, it has gone on to become the model for almost every horror writer and director out there. It has also gone on to be the seed for what has become one of the most popular sub-genres of the horror realm if not the most popular. Countless zombie knockoffs have been churned out in theaters ever since. And AMC’s comic book based zombie serial The Walking Dead has become one of the biggest shows on television today. With so many different zombie-centric movies and TV shows out there, it leaves one wondering how the industry can keep the success of the zombie sub-genre going without letting it get stale. Lionsgate presented one potential answer late in 2014 when it released the indie-horror flick Speak No Evil. It is quite obvious in watching Speak No Evil that it is an independent flick. But it is still a piece that is worth at least one watch by anyone that has any interest in or love of zombie flicks. The main reason for it being worth at least one watch is its story. Rather than turning adults into flesh-eating zombies, it’s the kids’ turn to take on that mantle. Adding to the interest is the fact that it is all the result of a biblical-era demon awakening from its slumber. It actually puts an interesting little twist on the far too oft used plotlines for previous zombie flicks and TV shows. And while the story itself makes the movie worth the watch, it isn’t without its flaws. The major issue with the writing comes in its continuity. The story has a tendency to jump from point to point throughout its roughly seventy-four minute run time. This proves to be somewhat problematic as it does bear the possibility of losing audiences along the way. Luckily it isn’t so problematic that it ruins the movie. That’s at least the case for those that can overlook this issue and try to keep track of everything going on. The story’s pacing is another issue that weighs down the movie. While it does keep audiences engaged, it also proves to be its own con, too. That’s because as fast as the story moves, coupled with the continuity issues, it is possible to leave audiences feeling just as lost as the continuity issues alone. And then there is the issue of the movie’s cinematography. It is just as jumpy at times as the scene transitions. All three issues together show that Speak No Evil is anything but perfect. It isn’t the worst horror flick ever released. But it also could have been better. Of course for all of the negatives found in Speak No Evil, it isn’t without its positives. One more positive that can be noted of this indie horror flick is its run time. The movie’s run time is roughly seventy-four minutes. That’s counting credits. Not counting its end credits, it clocks in at barely more than an hour. Being that its run time is so short relatively speaking, the issues that do arise throughout the movie are minimized enough to make the movie bearable and worth at least one watch. The end result in considering this is a movie that while anything but perfect deserves at least some credit for trying.

Speak No Evil is an interesting addition to the zombie world. The reason being that it isn’t necessarily the standard flick about flesh-eating zombies that audiences have seen again and again from so many other scripts. Rather than just being another one of those cookie cutter flicks, single-named writer/director Roze has crafted a story in this movie’s script that turns the attention to a younger group of individuals. He turns said younger individuals into the zombies instead of their older, adult counterparts in the case of this movie. Even more interesting is that in assembling his script, Roze has created an original way in which the children are turned into zombies. Rather than it just be some virus spread by victims being bitten, Roze’s script sees the children being turned into evil, blood-thirsty zombies by an equally evil, biblical-era demon. The demon in question wants nothing more than to cause the adults to kill the children by their own hands. Of course that does happen to a certain extent as audiences will see. It’s disturbing to say the least. But Roze is to be commended for going this route. The reason that he should be commended is the message that lies beneath it all. No parent ever wants to see harm come to their child. Yet great harm has in fact come to them. And it has led the adults in the movie’s small southwest town to do the absolutely unthinkable in order to save the town’s population. It makes for a rather interesting discussion starting point in watching this movie. If for no reason other than for Roze having taken such an original route in crafting his story, it makes Speak No Evil worth at least one watch.

The story behind Speak No Evil is in itself plenty of reason for audiences to watch this indie horror at least once. As interesting as the story makes the movie’s overall presentation, there are some obvious issues with the movie in whole that cannot be ignored. One of those issues is the movie’s continuity. Single-named writer/director Roze has crafted a script for this movie that has a severe tendency to jump around at points without any clear and concise transitions. This leaves a great possibility of losing audiences along the way. As prevalent as it is, throughout the movie’s roughly seventy-four minute run time, it is not so much of an issue that it would kill the movie altogether. That’s at least the case for anyone that can overlook this issue. So whatever script Roze works next, he should most definitely take this into consideration. In the same vein, the movie’s pacing proves to be just as much a con as a pro. The story’s pacing keeps the movie running and in turn helps to keep audiences from being too badly distracted by the script’s continuity issues. At the same time though, the pacing is just as problematic as it is positive. That is because coupled with the story’s continuity problems, it can in fact leave viewers feeling lost. It all depends on the viewer. Viewers that can manage to look past the issues of continuity and pacing are still faced with the issue of cinematography in this movie. The movie’s cinematography is just as much a problem as the pacing and continuity. That is because it works in tandem with those issues at a near breakneck speed. It’s enough to sometimes leave audiences feeling not just lost but dizzy, too. Sadly all three of these cons together take a lot away from the movie. Thankfully though, the movie’s run time makes up for that. Just like its largely original plot, the movie’s run time works to its benefit, making for at least one more reason for audiences to watch it at least once.

There is a lot to say in regards to the issues that weigh down Speak No Evil. That is obvious in the discussion noted above. For all of the issues that rise in watching this indie horror flick, they aren’t enough to make the movie completely unwatchable. That is thanks primarily to the movie’s mostly original plot. The movie’s run time is just as much to thank for its ability to keep audiences watching even despite its problems. The movie’s total run time comes in at roughly seventy-four minutes. That is counting its end credits. Sans credits, it comes in at barely more than an hour. It comes in at about an hour and maybe five minutes. So it really isn’t that long of a movie. Because it isn’t that long, the problems that do come up don’t occur so much so that they do major damage to the movie’s enjoyment. Coupled with the positive side of the movie’s pacing and its largely original plot, that run time makes the movie that much more bearable even with just a single watch. The end result of that mostly original plot and the movie’s relatively short run time is a presentation that despite its blatant issues that is worth at least one watch by any lover of both the horror realm and its zombie sub-genre.

Speak No Evil is available now in stores and online. It can be ordered online direct from Lionsgate’s online store at https://www.lionsgateshop.com/search_results.asp?Search=Speak%20No%20Evil. More information on this and other titles from Lionsgate is available online at:

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Anchor Bay, AMC Announce Release Date For Tech Drama’s First Season

Courtesy:  Anchor Bay Entertainment/AMC

Courtesy: Anchor Bay Entertainment/AMC

Anchor Bay Entertainment recently announced the upcoming home release of AMC’s hit period drama Turn–Washington’s Spies: Season 1 on DVD and Blu-ray this spring. Now not long after that announcement comes the announcement of another AMC series coming home.

Halt and Catch Fire: The Complete First Season will be released on DVD and Blu-ray + Digital HD combo pack Tuesday, May 5th. The series is a fictionalized take on the beginnings of the personal computer and those that were at the head of what would revolutionize the computer industry. It picks up one year after IBM took the world by storm with the first personal computer. It is here that former IBM exec Joe MacMillan had left the company the start his own company, Cardiff Electric. MacMillan gets friend Gordon Clark to come on board for his endeavour. It stars Lee Pace (Pushing Daisies, Guardians of the Galaxy), Scoot McNairy (Fargo), Mackenzie Davis (Smashed), Kerry Bishe (Argo, Red State), and Toby Huss (Cowboys & Aliens)

Season One is composed of ten episodes, which will be spread across three discs in both its DVD and Blu-ray + Digital HD combo pack presentation. Both sets will have a handful of bonus features including look at how those behind the cameras re-created the series’ 1980s backdrop, the rise of those at the forefront of the digital revolution in its early days, and more. the complete list of bonus features included on both sets is listed below.

Bonus Features:
· Inside Episodes
· Re-Making The 80s
· Rise Of The Digital Cowboys
· Setting The Fire: Research And Technology

Halt and Catch Fire: The Complete First Season will be available on DVD Tuesday, May 5th. The DVD box set will retail for MSRP of $49.98 and the Blu-ray + Digital HD combo pack for $59.99. More information on this and other titles from Anchor Bay Entertainment is available online at:

Website: https://www.anchorbayentertainment.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnchorBay

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Anchor_Bay

More information on Halt and Catch Fire including all of the latest updates on the series is available online at:

Website: https://www.amctv.com/shows/halt-and-catch-fire

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HaltAndCatchFireAMC

Twitter: https://twitter.com/HaltAMC

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Anchor Bay Reveals Release Date, Specs For TURN The Complete First Season

Courtesy:  Anchor Bay Entertainment/AMC

Courtesy: Anchor Bay Entertainment/AMC

Anchor Bay Entertainment announced recently that it will release the first season of its hit AMC series TURN: Washington’s Spies this spring.

TURN: Washington’s SpiesThe Complete First Season will be released Tuesday, March 17th. That is just in time for audiences to catch up with the hit historically-based series before its second season debuts this spring. It will be released both on DVD and Blu-ray + Digital HD combo pack. The ten-episode season will be spread across three discs on both sets. It will also include a handful of extras, which are noted below.

Bonus Features:

  • The History Of TURN: WASHINGTON’S SPIES
  • From Art To Image
  • Deleted Scenes

Based on author Alexander Rose’s book Washington’s Spies, Turn: Washington’s Spies centers on patriot Abe Woodhull. Woodhull is a farmer living in British-occupied Long Island. He joins with a group of his childhood friends to form what would become known as the Culper Ring in an effort to help then General Washington and his forces defeat the Red Coats in the Revolutionary War. What resulted would go on to be considered the birth of espionage. The series stars Jamie Bell (The Adventures of Tin Tin, Billy Elliot, Flags of Our Fathers), Seth Numrich (Gravity, Private Romeo)m Daniel Henshall (Out of the Blue, These Final Hours, The Babadook), Heather Lind (Boardwalk Empire, Sleepy Hollow, Blue Bloods), Kevin R. McNally (Downton Abbey, Pirates of the Caribbean 1 – 4, Supernatural ), Meegan Warner (Portend, The Veil, A Place To Call Home), Burn Gorman (Torchwood, Pacific Rim, The Dark Knight Rises), Angus McFayden (Californication, Chuck, The Pinkertons), JJ Field (The Musketeers, Captain America: The First Avenger, To The Ends of the Earth), and Samuel Roukin (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I, Bright Star, Happy-Go-Lucky).

TURN: Washington’s SpiesThe Complete First Season will retail for MSRP of $49.98 on DVD and $59.99 on Blu-ray + Digital HD combo pack. More information on TURN: Washington’s Spies is available online at:

Website: http://www.amctv.com/shows/turn

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TurnAMC

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