Dad of Divas' Reviews: DVD Review - Teen Wolf Season 2

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

DVD Review - Teen Wolf Season 2

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About the DVD
"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

My Take on the DVD
I missed a lot of this season so I was happy to be able to review this to share with you all. I have to say that this season did seem to have more drama and suspense than the previous season. The acting continues to be strong and each of the episodes that I have watched thus far has been a ton of fun and drew me in from beginning to end. I can definitely tell that the demographic for this show is a bit younger than I, as it seems to be focused on teens, but even though this is the case, I still enjoyed it and will continue watching in the future. I know this was loosely based on the movie from the 1980's (that I enjoyed with Michael J. Fox in it), and though it has gone much further than the movie itself, I found this to be something that makes the show even more of something that I could connect with!

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