Star Trek Films, Original TV Show on Blu-ray, Plus Bond & Classic Disney Shorts
Get ready for more totally tubular Turtle excitement! Whether they're battling monster sheep, sleuthing with Sherlock Holmes, or putting the freeze on a deadly heat ray, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles take adventure to the max in these seven shredding episodes.
Season 7 -- Part 3 (Episodes 14-20): The Donatello Slice
Can the Turtles stop a dangerous threat from Dimension X? Will Shredder and Krang activate the dreaded Technodrome? Has Donatello lost his senses -- for good? Grab some pizza and find out all the answers in these action-filled adventures starring everyone's favorite martial arts master Turtles.
Season 7 -- Part 4 (Episodes 21-27): The Raphael Slice
Hang on for an awesome adventure ride as the Turtles face some of their gnarliest challenges yet -- a vengeful fly who wants to change all humans into insects; a Mutant Hunter who's targeted the Turtles; an army of explosive robots and more -- in this bodacious collection every Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan will love.
Special Features Include:
-- Season 7 Part 1: The Leonardo Slice -- A Shellebration with Points of Articulation: A Look Back at the Most Turtle-tastic Toys
-- Part 2: The Michelangelo Slice -- A Shellebration of the Turtles Creation: New Interviews with TMNT Creators
-- Part 3: The Donatello Slice -- A Shellebration of the TV Sensation: New Interviews with the Hit Show's Creative Team
-- Part 4: The Raphael Slice -- A Shellebration of a Fan-Nomenon Sensation: Devoted and Die-Hard TMNT Fans Speak
UNDERWORLD: RISE OF THE LYCANS on DVD and Blu-ray
The prequel story traces the origins of the centuries-old blood feud between the aristocratic vampires known as Death Dealers and their onetime slaves, the Lycans. In the Dark Ages, a young Lycan named Lucian (Sheen) emerges as a powerful leader who rallies the werewolves to rise up against Viktor (Nighy), the cruel vampire king who has enslaved them. Lucian is joined by his secret lover, Sonja (Mitra), in his battle against the Death Dealer army and his struggle for Lycan freedom.
From Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, UNDERWORLD: RISE OF THE LYCANS features vfx from Duran-Duboi, Luma Pictures, Intelligent Creatures, Celluloid and Furious FX.
A veteran of the two previous movies, Visual Effects Supervisor James McQuaide enjoyed a great collaboration with Tatopoulos. "One of the unique pleasures of UNDERWORLD: RISE OF THE LYCANS (UW3) was working with a director who had both production designed UNDERWORLD: EVOLUTION (UW2) and had designed/built all the creatures for all of the UNDERWORLD pictures. As a result, there was a knowledgeable attention to detail that provided the visual effects (and the movie, for that matter) with a level of reality that it very likely would never have had. Patrick knew exactly the shape of the werewolves' necks, precisely how he wanted the werewolves to move their hind legs when they ran, where the CG rocks that we added to the meadow in front of the fortress should be placed, what the clouds in the fortress assault sequence should look like, etc. And that he could draw what he was looking for, made its execution immeasurably easier." During production, McQuaide worked alongside On Set VFX Supervisor Charlie McClellan.
Special Features Include:
-- UNDERWORLD RISE OF THE LYCANS -- From Script to Screen Featurette -- Director Patrick Tatopoulos, and Producers Len Wiseman, Gary Lucchesi, Tom Rosenberg and Richard Wright discuss all aspects of the filmmaking process and how RISE OF THE LYCANS came to life as a prequel from script to screen.
-- The Origin of the Feud Featurette -- Rhona Mitra, Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy, Director Patrick Tatopoulos and Producers Len Wiseman, Gary Lucchesi and Tom Rosenberg examine the relationship between Lucian, a Lycan slave and, Sonja, Elder Viktor's daughter, and how their forbidden love began the deadly feud.
-- Re-Creating the Dark Ages: The Look of UNDERWORLD RISE OF THE LYCANS -- Director and special effects veteran Patrick Tatopoulos takes us through his process of creating the look of the prequel by building on the aesthetics established in the first two films.