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article imageJared Padalecki & Jensen Ackles reveal their 'Supernatural' ways Special

By Earl Dittman     Sep 9, 2010 in Entertainment
With Supernatural Season 5 now on Blu-ray & DVD, stars Jared Padalecki & Jensen Ackles can kick back & talk about enjoying an Apocalypse-free live. Also out on disc this week: Chuck, Doctor Who, Smallville, Skins, The Office, Criminal Minds and more.
With equal doses of pitch-black, dark humor, sheer terror and historically-based, skin-crawling tales of the paranormal, plus a few nasty demons, a drunk angel or two, shape-shifters, vampires and Lucifer himself (thrown in for good measure), the Fifth Season of the Emmy-nominated Supernatural is unarguably the most deadly witty, shockingly tongue-in-cheek and bloody horrifying season of the series – so far. In Season Five, Jared (Sam) Padalecki and Jensen (Dean) Ackles – the butt-kickin. demon-killing Winchester brothers -- took a little time away from their usual days spent vanquishing demons, dealing with superstitious legends and paranormal killing machines in order to save the world from the Big-A – the Apocalypse. You see, folks, a few of the Lucifer's head demons and a handful of troublesome Archangels may have made poor Sam Winchester believe he had singlehandedly caused Revelation's little biblical boo-boo. Thinking he was getting rid of the poor devil (no pun intended) once and for all by killing Lucifer. In actuality, he had broken the last seal that would free Satan out of the depths of hell -- but was he unknowingly assisted by the bored in Heaven and Hell? This was the season in which all of mankind's destiny depended on the brawn and brains of the Winchester Brothers. But, could they pull through?
Misha Collins in  Supernatural
Misha Collins in 'Supernatural'
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Two brothers, their dad's old demon-hunting buddy, Bobby, and Castiel, one fallen angel, are all that stands against the might of Satan and his army. (And, you thought you were having a bad day!) As the Apocalypse grows closer, threatening to turn Earth into a battlefield soaked with human blood, Sam, Dean and Castiel struggle against daunting odds. New foes arise, including the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Old friends depart, consumed by the fearsome wrath of Hell. Through it all, the Winchesters are targeted by demons and angels alike, who warn that each brother has a special and terrible role to play in the coming devastation. Season Five follows Sam and Dean on their most terrifying journey yet, one that may lead them to the only ally strong enough to defeat the Devil: God.
Since its debut on the CW Network five years ago, Supernatural has chronicled the ongoing quest of the Winchester Brothers to avenge the death of their “hunter” parents and to protect humans from the nastiest, most evil demons this side of Hell. In fact, the vampires from Twilight are mere pesky mosquitoes compared to the bad-ass fangers on this Eric Kripke-created series. With the future of the Apocalypse up in the air, Season Six (reported to be the series final hurrah) promises to take the boys back to the good old days of staking vampires, exorcising demons, hunting werewolves and guiding ghosts (usually against their will) towards the light. During a series of chats between shooting, Padalecki and Ackles talk about life on and off the Supernatural set.
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Jared Padalecki, Jim Beaver & Jensen Ackles in 'Supernatural'
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Is it weird or kind cool watching yourself getting shot or stabbed on screen?
JARED: “It is, it is, but it’s almost like really cool to watch on screen and kind of really just exhausting to do in life. It’s like a sex scene or something. It’s like, 'Okay, well we can kind of see your breast so kind of lean to the right a little. Okay, yes, okay. Now your neck.' It’s just so calculated it’s almost like, 'Okay, well if you stab like this, then we're not going to see the light shining off the blade, so make sure you stab like that.' And you're like, 'Oh,' and you realize like man, it really takes a lot. It’s not just like, 'All right, go in and stab, and then go like wow!' So, you know, and the hand coming down and it has to look dead. 'Oh the hand flexed a little bit, we could tell you were, so like really keep the hand…' You don’t think about that. It’s a very painstaking process to kill somebody on screen. And especially for a horror series. Filming death takes a long time.”
How do you feel about it, Jensen?
JENSEN: “I agree. The best looking special effects that you see us doing probably took forever to get right. From the make-up, wardrobe, lighting, camera – everything has to be perfect and it has to run perfect all at the same time. Sometimes a demon has to throw you a certain way, so you have to rehearse that scene until the stunt coordinator feels you've got it right. And most of the time you don't. (laughs) So, it's a double-edged sword, the stunts can look really cool when they are done, but ten hours after you started them, I guarantee you are usually really sticky, sweaty and just want to deck the first demon we see.” (laughs)
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Jared Padalecki in 'Supernatural'
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Do you ever get hurt during the fight scenes or by being thrown around by a zombie or some other nasty creature?
JENSEN: “I usually do, but I never know about it until much later. When you are doing the scenes, your body is being pumped with all this adrenalin that you don't really feel anything that's going on with your body. I usually don't realize that I've gotten banged up until I'm taking a shower. That's when you notice the new bruises, cuts, bumps and scratches. They can get a little nasty, but I've never felt them when they happened. I'm just like standing in the shower thinking, 'Well, here's another nice bruise to add to my collection.' Now, of course, I usually feel it while I'm losing a limb. (laughs) It's a little tough to man-up when that happens.”
Jared, since you did the remake of Friday The 13th, and Jensen did the My Bloody Valentine redux while on separate Supernatural hiatuses, how do you feel about remakes in general? Are you okay with the idea artists tackling originals?
JARED: “I guess it’s my feeling about how songs are remade. Jeff Buckley’s ‘Hallelujah’ is a remake, and now that’s like the iconic version. The I Am Sam soundtrack, it’s a bunch of remade Beatles songs. I’m very into remakes. And I’m very into different artists' depiction of different stories, or ideas or songs, and putting their own spin. And as an actor, every movie I watch, I watch it going, how would I have done this, how would I have done that. I got the chance with Friday The 13th. But I think it would have been different for me if it was a line by line, shot by shot remake. I know there are plenty of remakes and sometimes there are people that think it’s the very first movie, but it’s actually a remake. And they go, ‘Oh, I didn’t realize that was a remake.’ They say Star Wars was a kind of strange remake of The Seven Samurai. But I support the idea of remakes, and I like seeing different artists' spin on different stories. Yeah, I’m a fan of remakes. Obviously, you’re going to have devout fans that will need to be respected, and will say stay true to the original. I think I can speak from Jensen when I say this, but But we're not in any way, shape, or form trying to degrade or insult, or replace the original. We were just retelling the story, we’re told the story and retelling it in a different way.”
Jensen Ackles in  Supernatural
Jensen Ackles in 'Supernatural'
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Do you ever have any regrets about not going to college, Jensen?
JENSEN: “No, not at all. I know that this is going to sound a little strange, but I feel like I've been going through life college, if that makes sense. The things that I learned in life were really important to me, maybe more than some of the things I would have learned in a class. Don't get me wrong, I'm an avid learner. I read the dictionary and many of the books you have to read to graduate from college, because I wanted to feel like I'm learning some of the same things my friends were learning while they were in class. At the same time, I was trying to get a career going and my friends and I would all exchange stories about what we had learned that day. So, in a lot of ways, I feel like I learned what I would probably have in college.”
Misha Collins + Jensen Ackles in  Supernatural
Misha Collins + Jensen Ackles in 'Supernatural'
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If I remember correctly, Jared, you did a scene in Supernatural or Friday The 13th where you tooled out onto the road on a motorcycle. Does that mean you're always riding motorcycles?
JARED: “I don’t actually. I actually, I mean I've been on dirt bikes, and I've ridden motorcycles every now and then like Vespers and stuff like that, but when I found out I was going to be riding in the movie, I stopped in Vancouver on the Supernatural set, and I called a stunt guy that's a buddy of mine. He has like four motorcycles. I was like, 'Hey man, like I'm riding a motorcycle in the movie, want to show me some stuff?' And so he literally brought a bike down to stage and like left it there for me. He was like, 'Listen, when you're not shooting just start it up, ride it around.' We’d get like an hour or two hours in between set ups or something and a few of the guys on set ride also, they kind of gave me advice. One of our camera guys, Jose, gave me a book on like advanced motorcycle techniques and stuff like that.”
Jensen, wasn't your dad an actor? Is that what made you decide you wanted to go into acting, too?
JENSEN: “My dad was how I was exposed to acting. He even took me to his agency (in Texas) when I was still pretty young. But, when I think back about it, acting wasn’t something that I really felt a strong desire to do until I was probably in high school. In high school, I could take acting classes,do plays and talk about acting, and I thought, 'You know this is something I might like to do professionally."
Jared Padalecki in  Supernatural
Jared Padalecki in 'Supernatural'
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What happened next? I mean, you're from Dallas, Texas and not much is going on, in terms of high-paying acting gigs in that part of the country.
JENSEN: “Luckily, this agent thought I could get a lot of work in Los Angeles, but I would have to move to LA. I thought, 'Why not? What have I got to lose?' So, I gave myself six months to get a job – an actual paying acting job that I could survive off of. I really didn't need that long, because in about a week's time, I had already gotten a job. So, I felt like I was meant to be an actor all the time. I just had to make the move.”
Jared, you've done several shows, but nothing as long-term as Supernatural. What do you think you've learned about yourself by doing this series?
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JARED: “The thing I learned the most about myself? That I really like to sleep. (laughs) That's the first thing that comes to mind because that's what I'm most deprived of and I found myself — I remember I used to watch my father or something just like go to sleep watching television and I'm like ‘How can you sleep? It's not even dark in here.’ And I could go to sleep right now, here right. Like if you all just started making thunderstorm sounds or something. No. I mean that's sort of a cheesy answer. There's been a lot of self-discovery just both through playing the role and through sort of the nature of the show we shoot. Doing Supernatural, we're in another country (Canada) and living in a hotel. I'm sort of living life like Sam right now. I don't really know what's coming up in the next week or two and living in a place I'm unfamiliar with and away from my friends and family. And you learn a lot about yourself just because you don't have your normal vices so readily available and you're working so hard. I've actually learned pleasantly that I'm capable of working a lot harder than I thought I was because we're working crazy hours and doing crazy, crazy things. So I found that I am up for it, so that's good.”
Supernatural: The Complete Fifth Season Blu-Ray + DVD Bonus Features: Supernatural: Apocalypse Survival Guides – Bobby's Exclusive Video Collection” featurette; “Ghostfacers: The Web Series”; Producer/Writer on Episode 4, “The End”; Unaired Scene from Episode 9, “The Real Ghostbusters” and Gag Reel. For exclusive clips and special scenes, visit the Supernatural Official Site at www.supernaturaldvd.com
Supernatural: Season Six debuts Friday, September 24, 2010 on the CW (Check local listings)
ALSO AVAILABLE THIS WEEK ON BLU-RAY + DVD
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Smallville - The Complete Ninth Season
It's really hard to believe that it's been just nine years as we began watching actor Tom Welling portray farm boy Clark Kent as he struggled through his adolescent years, teenager angst and now the start of a real life in Metropolis at the Daily Planet – and begin his real career as the icon superhero – Superman. In Smallville: The Complete Ninth Season, the longest-running Superman TV series (even airing longer than the early black & whites and the romantic comedy Lois and Clark), hearts grow fonder and dangers grow stronger as Smallville Season 9 (one more season left to go returns with new characters, adventure and conflict continues. Metropolis's clock tower tolls our characters' darkest hour as Clark Kent finally makes his first attempts to embrace his calling as a hero. The fans, along with the cast of Season Nine – Tom Welling, Allison Mack, Erica Durance, Cassidy Freeman, Callum Blue and Justin Hartley fans – get to what a great planet Earth really is. So great that other survivors of Planet Krypton wouldn't mind making it home and taking control. But fellow Kryptonian, Clark Kent, rises to the occasion and sends a warning for Zod (who eventually becomes General Zod in the classic Superman and Superman II films) and his followers who cross the line, especially if they seek to enlist Lois Lane in their schemes. Plus, unexpected characters from DC Comics lore add exciting new layers to the adventures of the man who will become Superman. Among them: the shape-shifting Wonder Twins, magical Zatanna and in an action-packed Double Episode, Justice Society of Americas Doctor Fate, Hawkman and Stargirl. For exclusive clips and behind-the-scenes action, visit Smallville's Offical Site at www.smallvilledvd.com video Blu-Ray and DVD Bonus features: Kneel Before Zod” and “Justice for All featurettes; Cast/Creator Commentaries on episodes “Idol” and “Kandor.”
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Wall Street: Insider Trading Edition
To coincide with the highly-anticipated theatrical release of the sequel Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Wall Street, director Oliver Stone's 1988, prophetic, contemporary classic about greed and the damage it can do, not just to our economy but our souls as well, is being re-released in a 2-disc, special DVD package featuring an all-new scrolling Trivia Track and a sneak peak at Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Directed by two-time Academy Award-winner Oliver Stone, the original Wall Street provides a fascinating look at corruption and deception set in the money-hungry world of the New York Stock Exchange. Earning Michael Douglas the Best Actor Oscar in 1988 for his performance as Wall Street Legend Gordon Gekko, the film takes a behind-the-scenes look at big business in the 1980s as an ambitious young broker Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) is lured into the illegal, lucrative world of corporate espionage. Seduced by the power, status and financial wizardry of Gekko, the newbie soon discovers that the pursuit of overnight riches comes at a price that’s too high to pay. With supporting performances from Daryl Hannah, Martin Sheen, James Spader and Terence Stamp, Stone’s story about the overall power of money rocked the financial district – and does to this day. (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: Wall Street Fact Exchange Scrolling Trivia Track ; “Fox Movie Channel Presents” Fox Legacy With Tom Rothman” featurette; “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps – A Conversation” and Movie Money good towards a ticket to the sequel.
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Doctor Who: Planet Of Fire
In this digitally remastered Doctor Who classic, a strange signal from Earth draws the TARDIS to the island of Lanzarote, where Turlough (Mark Strickson) rescues a young American girl, Peri (Bryant), from drowning. Among her possessions is an artifact bearing an alien symbol that is the same triangular mark that Turlough has branded into his arm. The mystery deepens when Kamelion (Gerald Flood) falls under the control of a powerful mind, and the TARDIS travels to the volcanic world of Sarn. As Turlough is forced to face his past, The Doctor (Peter Davison) must stop his oldest enemy from harnessing the revitalizing powers of Numismaton gas to cheat fate. (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: Director's Recut with new CGI effects and 5.1 sound; "Return to the Planet of Fire" and "Calling the Shots" featurettes; Audio commentaries including Davison, Nicola Bryant (Blackadder's Christmas Carol) and director Fiona Cumming, and much more.
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Doctor Who: The King's Demons
In The King's Demons, it is March 1215 and King John (Gerald Flood) is visiting the castle of Sir Ranulph Fitzwilliam (Frank Windsor) in England. The arrival of the TARDIS disturbs a medieval joust, but The Doctor (Peter Davison) and his companions are proclaimed to be friendly demons by the King, who seems strangely interested in their "blue engine." It soon becomes clear that neither King John nor his Champion, Sir Gilles Estram (Anthony Ainley) are who they pretend to be. One of the Doctor's oldest and deadliest enemies threatens the future of democracy on Earth, and he must be stopped. (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: Audio Commentary by Peter Davison, Isla Blair and script editor Eric Saward. (Only on Bonus commentary director Tony Virgo and much more.
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Doctor Who: Creature From The Pit
On this additional digitally remastered Doctor Who classic, The Doctor (Tom Baker) is forced to make a unplanned, dangerous landing on Chloris. His companions, Romana (Lalla Ward) and K-9 (David Brierly) become entangled in the political machinations of its ruler, the Lady Adrasta. The lush vegetation of the planet's surface hides a ragtag group of bandits that the group encounters, as well as a giant eggshell and man-eating Wolfweeds. It all comes to a head when they discover, within the depths of an old mining pit, something very large has a terrible secret that threatens the destruction of Chloris itself.
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Chuck: The Complete Third Season
Chuck is the man! Forgot Austin Powers, there is a more hilarious and genuinely hysterical secret agent who twice as clever and ingenious. A Nerd Herder at the electronic superstore Buy More (his spy cover), you would usually think of Chuck as you Normal Joe turned 007, just without Bond's charming debonair ways and his lethal ways to do away with his enemies. But, a lot of Chuck's suave, fighting ways have blossomed in his third year as an undercover operative. In Season Three, Chuck proves he is more clever than he’s ever been, The world's most unlikely secret agent is back and with his mind-implanted Intersect 2 has been set to ultra-high. Chuck now has the muscles to match his enormous brain. Simply put, Chuck delivers more action and espionage than ever before in the Third Season of this critically acclaimed show. Now that Chuck Bartowski’s (Zachary Levi) and his gorgeous, super sexy partner Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) have revealed their true feelings of love for each other -- a fact that still surprises his Best Buy buddy (and accidental spy in training) Morgan (Joshua Gomez) and still annoys his other Navy Seal-trained partner Casey (Adam Baldwin). To his sister Elle Bartowski (Sarah Lancaster) --and to many of those around him, he's just the same old hapless Nerd Herder hopelessly devoted to the stunning Sarah. But when he leaves the Buy More, he becomes the Chuck you don’t know: a master martial artist whose brain is locked and loaded with the new Intersect 2.0. How the two Chucks clash, bash and (sometimes) cooperate, and it makes Season Three total, action-packed fun. But everything doesn't go as planned: the team is joined by a dashing rival (recurring guest star Brandon Routh, the Man of Steel in Superman Returns), additionally, someone from Chuck’s Buy More life discovers his secrets and Chuck learns the spy biz can turn the nicest guy into someone very dark and dangerous. “For the last two years, we’ve protected Chuck from the world,” the General says, “but now we have to protect the world from Chuck." Want to go undercover on a spy mission? Do you have what it takes? View classified undercover footage and learn more about the spy game by clicking to the Official Site for Chuck; Season 3 at www.chuckdvd.com Chuck Season 3 Blu-ray and DVD Bonus Features: “Chuck-Fu…and Dim Sum: Becoming a Spy Guy” featurette; “The Jeffster Revolution: The Definitive Mockumentary”; Declassified Scenes and Gag Reel.
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Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1985
It’s the beginning of fall, so once again it’s time to toasts to a new season of the hysterical geriatric misadventures of three of Great Britain’s well-loved, over-60 delinquents and absolutely favorite trio of elderly and unemployed best mates. So, pour yourself a glass of wine, relax on your comfy lounger and slip in the Eighth Season DVD release of Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1985 and get ready to enjoy the finest comedy our cousins across the Pond have turned into the longest running sitcom in English broadcast history. Starring Peter Sallis (Wallace and Gromit), Bill Owen (Brideshead Revisted) and Brian Wilde (Elizabeth R), the latest installment of this beloved sitcom follows Compo (Sallis), Clegg (Owen) and Foggy (Wilde) as they drift through the 80's. In this new adaptation vintage season, watch the intrepid threesome as they settle a question involving Nora Batty's feet; institute the Dewhirst Campaign for a Cleaner Countryside when an old mattress dumped in the outdoors as well as set out to show Digby's donkey who's the boss. (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: The 1983 and 1984 Specials.
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The Phantom
Just when you thought it was long-overdue for another big screen pop/rock epic from His Purple Highness, Prince, it is better, it's an action-packed movie about a dark lavender-loving good guy, The Phantom. Isabella Rossellini, Ryan Carnes and Cameron Goodman star in this latest adventure of the purple-suited superhero. And this time around, The Phantom is more than ready to take on his most hi-tech adversaries to date in this live-action adaptation of the beloved comic book. Kit Walker (Ryan Carnes) is fearless; but little does he know that it's in his genetic make-up to seek out thrills, action and adventure. Like most superheroes, Kit begins ti snap to the fact that he's an adrenaline-addicted urban explorer. The more he digs into his background, Kit discovers that he hails from a long line of crime fighters, and now his time has time to carry on the family tradition. It's Kit's turn to don the legendary Phantom suit and clean up the streets. However, today's brand of criminals are far more computer -savvy and dangerously hi-tech – more so than the bad guys that his father and grandfather fought back in the good old days. Kit quickly realizes that in order to keep the family crime-fighting tradition alive he'll have to be stronger, faster, and smarter than all who came before him. (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: ”Interview with Director Paolo Barzman” and “Interview with Ryan Carnes as The Phantom.”
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MacGruger
It's a well-kept government secret, but only one undercover operative has been awarded 16 purple hearts and is still the only dude man enough to sport a mullet. But, none of that matters to him, you see, MacGruber is a man with a single, unstoppable mission of revenge. In the 10 years since his fiancée was killed, special op MacGruber has sworn off a life of fighting crime with his bare hands. But when he learns his country needs him to find a nuclear warhead that's been stolen by his sworn enemy, Dieter VonCunth (Val Kilmer), MacGruber teams up with his trusty sidekick (SNL's breakout star Kristen Wiig) and an uptight lieutenant (Ryan Phillippe) to get the job done. The trio sets out on a rampage of utter destruction in this action comedy that's so over-the-top and outrageous that one critic proclaims that MacGruber makes The Hangover look like Beaches. Will Forte plays MacGruber, and goes up against such as villains portrayed by Powers Boothe. Blu-Ray and DVD Bonus Features: Deleted Scene; Gag Reel; Feature Commentary with Cast and Crew: BDLIVE: Bonus content; pocketBLU – for iPhone, iPod, iPad, Blackberry, etc. Advanced Remote Control; Video Timline; Mobile-T0-Go; Browse Titles and Keyboard; MY SCENES Bookmark fave scenes
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The Office - The Complete Sixth Season
With Steve Carell spending just one more season (Season Seven begins September 23, 2010) on The Office before he heads off to La-La-Land full-time, The Sixth Season could easily be labeled Carell's best – his swan song – since the beginning of this unlikely prime time hit. Each of Season Six's 26-episodes of The Office represents, hilarious, top-notch, American-written comedy at it's finest. The Office, with this must-own five-disc set, follows Michael (Steve Carell), Dwight (Rainn Wilson), Jim (John Krasinski), Pam (Jenna Fischer), Ryan (B.J. Novak), Andy (Ed Helms) and the rest of the Scranton crew (Leslie David Baker, Melora Hardin, Ellie Kemper, Oscar Nunez. Brian Baumgartner, Creed Bratton, Paul Lieberstein) as they pursue new heights of inappropriateness while facing everything from new romances, marriage and parenthood to new ownership, Darryl's (Craig Robinson) rise to middle management and a ball-busting new boss. Based on the show written by English telly star Rickey Gervais and developed for American television by Primetime Emmy Award winner Greg Daniels, The Office has garnered several Emmys, the Peabody Award. AFI Honors. WGA Awards and TCA Awards. Blu-ray and DVD Bonus Features: Blooper Reel' “Two Hours Of Deleted Scenes,” “Welcome To Sabre Company Video,””The Podcast” original short, Commentaries, behind-the-scenes interviews and two never-before-extended episodes. BD ONLY! BD-LIVE! Through their Internet-connected Blu-ray player and BD-LIVE!, viewers have an opportunity to watch the last five epsiodes from Season Seven after ther on their home television in HD, MY SCENES – Bookmark your favorite scenes; pocketBLU – access collection on iPhone, iPod, iPad, Blueberry, Android; Advanced Remote Control; Video Timeline; Mobile-to-Go; Browse Titles; Keyboard and Welcome to Sabre Featurette.
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Criminal Minds - The Complete Fifth Season
What they do will blow you away. How they do it will blow your mind. Now is the time to get inside the minds of the FBI's most brilliant agents, as Criminal Minds returns to DVD with 23 amazing Fifth Season episodes. The team members assigned to the behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) are handling their most challenging cases to date, as Aaron Hotchner (Thomas Gibson) is stalked by his nemesis The Reaper, author David Rossi (Joe Mantegna) is threatened while visiting his hometown, and technical analyst Penelope Garcia (Kirsten Vangsness) is asked to help catch a killer - in Alaska! But with Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster), Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler), Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore), and "JJ" Jareau (A.J. Cook) backing them up, they know they can always trust the profile....and each other. After all, great minds think alike. (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: Original Featurettes - "Case Files,” "Fear The Reaper” and "Gubler Direct"; "Material Witness" Gag Reel and On Air Promos.
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Clatterford: The Complete Season Three
Join the eccentric ladies of the Clatterford Women's Guild for a hilarious Third Season from the BBC. Written by and starring comedy legend Jennifer Saunders (Absolutely Fabulous, French & Saunders), this quirky comedy series features some of the most beloved names in British comedy including Dawn French (The Vicar of Dibley, French & Saunders) and Sue Johnston (Little Dorrit, The Royle Family). In the latest installment, Sal Vine (Johnston) is devastated to discover that a barn renovation is to take place in the field that backs onto her house. When the Women's Guild concurs that the barn may be home to a famous actor, shenanigans ensue. Despite the constant bickering over the renovation, Sal discovers hidden feelings for the no-nonsense Jock (Clive Russell, Sherlock Holmes). Filled with hours of endearing comedy, Clatterford: The Complete Season Three features the complete original UK third season.
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Skins: Volume 3
One of the biggest and most controversial hit teen series to come out of the England, the hot, risqué and often shocking Skins is back with the release of the DVD Skins: Volume 3. Featuring a new ensemble cast, the new season kicks off a new year at Roundview College with best friends Freddie (Luke Pasqualino), JJ (Ollie Barbieri), and Cook (Jack O'Connell, This Is England) vying for the attention of new queen bee Effy (Kaya Scodelario, Clash of the Titans). Identical twins Katie (Megan Prescott, Doctors) and Emily (Kathryn Prescott) aren't as similar as they look -- Katie wants to gain her individuality, and when Emily is abandoned by her, she finds a friend in the beautiful idealist Naomi (Lily Loveless). All the while, Pandora (Lisa Backwell), the group's sweetheart, finds love with Thomas (Merveille Lukeba, The Bill), but may be in for a surprise as this relationship could be over before it has begun. Along with the new season's cast, this fresh semester of Skins includes guest star appearances by Mackenzie Crook (The Office), Rich Fulcher (The Mighty Boosh) and Sally Phillips (Bridget Jones' Diary). (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: “Bonus Skin Stories,“ “Behind The Scenes Of Each Episode” and “Behind The Scenes Of The Auditions Trailers“ featurettes.
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Doc West
With an esteemed cast of award-winning veterans including Terence Hill and Paul Sorvino, co-directed by award-winning filmmaker Giulio Base (Imperium: Saint Peter) and starring Terence Hill, Doc West promises a good time and fun for the family. In Doc West, the Western makes its TV debut in Italy and has come to the States for the first time. Minnesota “Doc” West (Hill) is on the hunt after bandits steal his winnings at a poker game gone bad. Seeking revenge of the deadliest kind, he follows them into the next town where trouble awaits. When he finds himself locked up in a local jail, his past comes back to haunt him, and stirs up a raucous battle in the town. It’s up to Doc to take matters into his own hands and choose sides. (Only On DVD) Bonus Feature: Behind-the-scenes featurette.
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Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam Extended Edition
Featuring actress and recording artist Demi Lovato and the hugely popular Grammy nominated Jonas Brothers from the first Camp Rock, this highly anticipated sequel also brings back fan favorites from Camp Rock, 2008's Number One cable TV movie. They are: Maria Canals-Barrera (Wizards of Waverly Place), Meaghan Martin (10 Things I Hate About You), Alyson Stoner (Phineas and Ferb), Anna Maria Perez de Tagle (Fame), Jasmine Richards, Daniel Fathers, Roshon Fegan (Shake it Up) and Jordan "J" Francis. Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam introduces two exciting new performers, Matthew Mdot Finley and Chloe Bridges. Daniel Kash also stars. Mitchie (Lovato) can’t wait to return to Camp Rock and spend the summer making new music with her friends Shane, Nate and Jason (Joe, Nick and Kevin Jonas). But the slick new camp across the lake, Camp Star, has drummed up some serious competition—featuring newcomers Luke (Finley) and Dana (Bridges). With Camp Rock's future at stake, will Camp Star's flashy production and over-the-top antics win the sensational battle of the bands, or will Camp Rockers prove that talent, teamwork, and spirit are what truly matter? Blu-Ray Combo Pack Bonus Features: Behind-the-scenes introduction to the newest stars and music videos by camp rockers from around the world and a “Rock-Along” feature that allows viewers to take center stage.
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