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Gavin_L

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didn't see anyone post this news, but i'm pretty excited, i've been looking forward to getting this movie out on dvd for a while and buying it, its one of my 80's faves.......... i know there's a lot of fans of this movie, but anyways davisdvd.com reports teen wolf is on its way in aug :)
news from http://www.davisdvd.com
 

Lewis_W

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If this is true then I am over the moon! I love Teen Wolf and have been waiting for news on this for ages.

Here's hoping the info is correct! Now will more Michael J. Fox films be coming out on DVD anytime soon? There aren't a great deal of them, and those that are aren't very good quality DVD's!

Lewis.
 

LukeB

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I'm glad this is an MGM title, and that it's 16:9 widescreen. I can think of several smaller studios or even big ones that would release it in P&S. I've never seen the sequel, but I've read *HORRIBLE* things about it at IMDb.
Definitely looking forward to picking up the original! :D :emoji_thumbsup:
 

Patrick Mirza

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Nate:
"Also look for single disc releases of The Believers, Edge of Sanity, Needful Things, Teen Wolf, Teen Wolf 2 and Vampire's Kiss"
 

Chris M

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It seems that Teen Wolf & Teen Wolf Too WILL BE A DOUBLE FEATURE as shown on DVD File:
Other goodies coming on 8/27 include Needful Things, Anthony Perkins in Edge of Sanity, and the cult horror of The Believers. Each is presented in anamorphic widescreen with English 2.0 surround tracks plus English, French and Spanish subtitles, plus trailers. Retail is $14.95 a pop. MGM will also unleash a big wave of horror double features, amazingly also priced at $14.95 and according to the specs, all in anamorphic widescreen: The Oblong Box and Scream and Scream Again, Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too, Masque of the Red Death and The Premature Burial, Motel Hell and Deranged, and proving someone at MGM has a sense of humor, The Attic and The Crawlspace. Nice!
Sounds great!
Chris.
 

LukeB

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The sequel is so bad it's good. And the first one is just good, even if it's cheesy. Delightful 80's fun and at that price. The two movies look great too!

Well done, MGM! Wish Paramount and Disney could put catalogue product like this (OAR, with trailers) for these kinds of prices.
 

streeter

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Instead of calling it a double feature, they should've just put the first TEEN WOLF on the cover and listed TEEN WOLF TOO as a special feature.

Anyone care to do a custom cover?
 

BradG

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I loved Teen Wolf...Teen Wolf Too was a joke I think. They didn't even have to bother with a new script for the Jason Bateman flick.

Take Teen Wolf, replace Michael J. Fox with Jason Bateman.

Then change the script to have the Teen Wolf box instead of play basketball.

Do the same things with having Syles once again try and exploit the Teen Wolf.

Have the Teen Wolf once again get the snobby girl and ignore the nice girl.

I can't believe the even bothered making Teen Wolf Too, they should've just re-released Teen Wolf.

That being said, I did buy the DVD...however, I don't think I could stand ever to watch the second movie.
 

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