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    Default Teen Wolf & Teen Wolf Too -- HDD Reviews

    Bryan has reviewed the new Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too Collector's Editions from Scream Factory.


    While the original Teen Wolf still holds much of its charms and looks and sounds the best it ever has on home video:

    http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/45223/teenwolf2.html


    Teen Wolf Too feels more like a cash-grab (though it too has a nice a/v presentation):

    http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/3601/teenwolftoo.html

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    Do the supplements on Teen Wolf have English subtitles as well?
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    Based on Bryan's movie ratings this should have been released as a double-feature.
    He may be right, the second movie does not seem memorable to me, will have to rewatch it and decide on my own about buying it.
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    Teen Wolf Too is really bad, IMO. But I might be willing to double-dip for Teen Wolf. I love this flick.
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    Can one of the admins check with Bryan Kluger and see if the supplements on Teen Wolf have English subtitles as well? That would be the deciding factor for me as to whether or not to double dip on this one.
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    Does anyone know how I can email the reviewer, Bryan Kluger, directly? I'm trying to find out whether the documentary has English subtitles. I posted the question above and have yet to receive any responses. I was hoping I could get an answer straight from Mr. Kluger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobG View Post
    Does anyone know how I can email the reviewer, Bryan Kluger, directly?
    Go to private messages and type Bryan and see what results come up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krawk View Post
    Go to private messages and type Bryan and see what results come up.
    Thanks. I was able to send him a PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krawk View Post
    Based on Bryan's movie ratings this should have been released as a double-feature.
    He may be right, the second movie does not seem memorable to me, will have to rewatch it and decide on my own about buying it.
    If this was a double feature, I would gladly own Teen Wolf, Too. However, I won't be spending extra money on it as a stand alone. Especially when these discs are $20 currently on Amazon and they don't come with DVDs or digital copies!

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    Well, Shout Factory just got back to me and advised that the documentary does not have subtitles. I see absolutely no reason to upgrade. Certainly no reason to pre-order. I may pick it up later at a discounted price just for the improved PQ of feature film.

    This is very disappointing. What would it have cost them? A couple pennies per disc? Ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobG View Post
    Well, Shout Factory just got back to me and advised that the documentary does not have subtitles. I see absolutely no reason to upgrade. Certainly no reason to pre-order. I may pick it up later at a discounted price just for the improved PQ of feature film.

    This is very disappointing. What would it have cost them? A couple pennies per disc? Ridiculous.
    For the disc authoring, perhaps. But they'd also need to pay someone to transcribe all the audio in the doc too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Z View Post
    For the disc authoring, perhaps. But they'd also need to pay someone to transcribe all the audio in the doc too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Z View Post
    For the disc authoring, perhaps. But they'd also need to pay someone to transcribe all the audio in the doc too.
    Quote Originally Posted by eastx View Post
    I'll do it for $20 an hour. You need to use your studio contacts to recommend me, bro.
    The cost is truly nothing. Unfortunately, Disney is the only one who consistently has subtitles for everything. With everyone else it's hit or miss.
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