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DVD/BLU-RAY review: 'Teen Wolf' is surprisingly entertaining

Published December 10, 2013 8:49 am
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Grade • B+

DVD/Blu-Ray • "Teen Wolf" is the best supernatural teen show since "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." OK, there haven't been a whole lot of supernatural teen shows since "Buffy," but this one is still very entertaining. It's not easy being an adolescent, particularly if you've been bitten by a werewolf. This is not the goofy 1985 movie — all it shares with that Michael J. Fox movie is the title. This is much darker, but it also has a sense of humor. A very good sense of humor. There were some growing pains in the first half of Season 3 — now out on DVD — as teen wolf Scott (Tyler Posey) and his friends dealt with a murderous mystery. But by the time it hit the midseason cliffhanger, the show was back on track. Fans can catch up on all the action before the second half of Season 3 premieres Jan. 6 on MTV. —

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