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PR Season of the Witch on DVD & Blu-ray Jun 28

Fox Home Entertainment



Directed by Dominic Sena on Blu-ray and DVD and includes a shocking alternate ending, deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes featurettes, commentaries (Blu-ray only) and more.

OSCAR WINNER© NICOLAS CAGE STARS IN THE SUPERNATURAL ACTION-ADVENTURE

Season of the Witch

Arrives on Blu-ray and DVD June 28


Supernatural Film Locales

Enchanted forests, haunted hillsides, secluded cabins and the creatures that reside in dark places - have had us biting our nails since the early German Expressionist film era. Witches, werewolves, monsters and maniacs can be lurking 'round the corner just about any place you can imagine. To celebrate the release of the Season of the Witch out on DVD and Blu-ray June 28th we're going to take a look at some of the most iconic and eerie locales in thrillers and horror films that make for the best places to splatter, slice and slash.

Lakes
Crystal Lake is well-known from the beloved Friday The 13th and even though those films are set in New York, there so happens to be a real Crystal Lake in the San Gabriel's near Los Angeles that many horror fans like to claim as their own. Lake Placid is home to a killer crocodile and movies like Eden Lake, Zombie Lake, Rogue, What Lies Beneath, Lake Dead and of course Sleepaway Camp will make you want to go out and purchase a life vest and/or take some self-defense classes. Deliverance and The Host are set on rivers and Ghost Ship is on the ocean, but we won't hold it against them.

Cabins & Hotels
Cabin Fever, The Shining, Hostel, and Vacancy are just a few of the great films set in secluded vacation spots. Of more recent fame, Lars Von Teir's Antichrist took the cabin in "Eden" to a whole new level of crazy. No one can of course touch the masterpiece Evil Dead, where incantations read in the basement of the cabin wake up some flesh eating demons that no one forgets.

The Woods
The Blair Witch Project, Wrong Turn, Sleepy Hallow, Dreamcatcher, Shrooms all take us on a journey along streams, mossy banks and haunting willows that creep the living daylights out of you. Taking it to the jungles, The Ruins and The Island of Dr Moreau receive honorable mentions. Season of the Witch, out on DVD and Blue-ray June 28th crosses over into the supernatural into perilous terrain that makes way for a terrifying and powerful force that determines the fate of the world.

Your House
Scream, Paranormal Activity, The Amityville Horror, The Grudge, The Others, The Haunting in Connecticut are just a few of the films that really take it to the next level and bring the horror and gore way past your comfort zone. Funny Games could easily fit into the Cabin category but it still hits way too close to home. And grandpa's house most certainly counts for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

Hills get a runner up location nod due to films like The Hills Have Eyes and the 1959 B Movie Classic, House on Haunted Hill. And sure Silent Hill even though we know it doesn't really count.

Oscar© winner Nicolas Cage ('National Treasure', Best Actor, 'Leaving Las Vegas') and Ron Perlman ('Hellboy', TV's 'Sons of Anarchy') star in SEASON OF THE WITCH, a supernatural action adventure about a heroic Crusader, Knight Behmen (Cage) and his fellow soldier, Felson (Perlman) who must transport a woman accused of being a witch to a remote monastery. The arduous journey across perilous terrain tests their strength and courage as they discover the girl's secret and find themselves battling a terrifyingly powerful force that will determine the fate of the world.

Directed by Dominic Sena (Gone in Sixty Seconds, Swordfish), SEASON OF THE WITCH comes to Blu-ray and DVD June 28 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and includes a shocking alternate ending, deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes featurettes, commentaries (Blu-ray only) and more.

Season of the Witch was released theatrically by Relativity Media and produced by Atlas Entertainment.

Season of the Witch Blu-ray (Catalog # 2275600) U.S.
Street Date: June 28, 2011
Pre-book Date: May 18, 2011
Screen Format: Widescreen 1.78:1 Aspect Ratio
Audio Format: English 5.1 DTS-HD MA; Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital; French 5.1 Dolby Digital
Languages: Dubbed English, French & Spanish; Subtitled English, French & Spanish
MPAA U.S. Rating: PG-13
Total Run Time: 95 Minutes

Season of the Witch DVD (Catalog # 2275593) U.S.
Street Date: June 28, 2011
Pre-book Date: May 18, 2011
Screen Format: Widescreen 1.78:1 Aspect Ratio
Audio Format: English 5.1 Dolby Digital; Spanish Dolby Surround; French Dolby Surround
Languages: Dubbed English, French & Spanish; Subtitled English, French & Spanish
MPAA U.S. Rating: PG-13
Total Run Time: 95 Minutes



Fox Home Entertainment

May 24, 2011, 7:16 am - PR
Keywords: horror





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