Bitten: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Detailed
Posted July 22, 2014 12:52 PM by Webmaster
Entertainment One has detailed the Blu-ray release of Bitten: The Complete First Season. The Canadian television series is based on the "Women of the Otherworld" books by New York Times best-selling author Kelley Armstrong, and stars Laura Vandervoort, Greyston Holt, Paul Greene, Greg Bryk, Steve Lund, Michael Xavier and Genelle Williams. Bitten's first season streets on August 12th.
Synopsis: Laura Vandervoort stars as Elena Michaels, the lone female werewolf in existence. Desperate to escape both a world she never wanted to be part of and the man who turned her into a werewolf, Elena has abandoned her pack and taken refuge in a new city. There, she works as a photographer and hides her werewolf existence from her new boyfriend. However, when bodies start turning up in her pack's backyard, Elena finds herself back at Stonehaven, the werewolves' ancestral domain. Torn between two worlds and two loves, she quickly realizes that, when push comes to shove, she'll stop at nothing to defend her pack.
The Blu-ray release of Bitten: The Complete First Season features 13 uncut episodes (with footage not seen on American television), 1080p video and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround. Special features include:
Split Screen Stunt Choreography
Audio Commentary with Producers and Laura Vandervoort
I was a bit disappointed when I saw a dvd spot for this on amazon, but no BD a while ago. HD is the new television standard! Glad to see eone isn't shunning the format, like they've been doing with Rookie Blue. The first two seasons are still sitting on our shelf waiting for more of the series to be added to the collection. If they don't get with it soon, I'll probably sell em and maybe buy the whole lot on dvd down the road once it's cleared out for about $5 per season - which is all standard dvds are worth in my book, even for tv seasons - paid only about $3 per season for the complete Rescue Me. I did go as high as $15 each for Norther Exposure, but that's an exception, as it's one of my very favorites - couldn't do without, despite Universal skimping out on the soundtrack.