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House of Dark Shadows and Night of Dark Shadows are hitting home video for the first time ever on Blu-ray and DVD on October 30th, and we have your shot to nail down a pair of these classics in all their high definition glory right now!
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House of Dark Shadows features the talents of Jonathan Frid ("Dark Shadows", Seizure, The Devil’s Daughter), best known for his role as the vampire Barnabas Collins in the original TV series, Grayson Hall (TV’s “One Life to Live,” “All My Children”), and Kathryn Leigh Scott ("Dark Shadows", Parasomnia, TV’s “Huff”). In this film expansion, vampire Barnabas Collins searches for a cure so he can marry the lovely woman who resembles his long-lost fiancée, Josette. »
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DVD Release Date: Sept. 25, 2012
Price: DVD $65.99
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
The original beautiful badass P.I.s — Kate Jackson (TV’s Scarecrow and Mrs. King), Jaclyn Smith (TV’s The District) and Farrah Fawcett (The Apostle) — return in Sony’s Charlie’s Angels: The Complete Series DVD set.
Containing 27 discs, the pack offers all episodes of the TV show’s five seasons, which ran from 1976 to 1981.
In the television series, Jackson, Smith and Fawcett play the original angels, but only Smith stayed for the show’s full run. When Fawcett left, Cheryl Ladd (TV’s Las Vegas) took over her spot, and when Jackson departed, her role was reinvented by Shelley Hack (Me, Myself and I) and then Tanya Roberts (That ’70s Show).
Never mind the mind-numbing weirdness of Tim Burton's Johnny Depp flick, we're talking about the original goodies right here, kids. Read on for the first look at the DVD and Blu-ray releases of House of Dark Shadows and Night of Dark Shadows!
Warner Home Video has announced DVD ($14.96 each) and Blu-ray ($19.98 each) releases of House of Dark Shadows (1970) and Night of Dark Shadows (1971) for October 30th. The only extra features will be the theatrical trailers.
House of Dark Shadows features the talents of Jonathan Frid ("Dark Shadows", Seizure, The Devil’s Daughter), best known for his role as the vampire Barnabas Collins in the original TV series, Grayson Hall (TV’s “One Life to Live,” “All My Children”), and Kathryn Leigh Scott ("Dark Shadows", Parasomnia, TV’s “Huff”). In this film expansion, vampire Barnabas Collins searches for a cure so he can marry the lovely woman who resembles his long-lost fiancée, »
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While our TV Fanatic staff writes about just about every show on a weekly basis, we're taking some time below to look back.
Sure, we love to cozy up these days and watch Damon be snarky on The Vampire Diaries, or Ron be manly on Parks and Recreation, but what primetime programs were included on our must-see lists as children?
We tackle that topic in the following Round Table discussion - and, yes, this makes many of our ages quite evident. Please don't judge...
Jim Garner: Six Million Dollar Man. I loved this show, I looked forward to it being parked in front of the TV every week. I had the Steve Austin playset and lunch box!
Eric Hochberger: I'm going with Saved by the Bell for sure. Just please don't make me watch the college years ever again.
Miranda Wicker: Saved by the Bell. And I'll see »
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4 items from 2012
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