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Hemlock Grove - The Complete First Season [DVD]

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  • Actors: Famke Janssen, Bill Skarsgård, Dougray Scott, Aaron Douglas, Landon Liboiron
  • Directors: Deran Sarafian, Eli Roth
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 21 April 2014
  • Run Time: 667 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,636 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


From executive producer Eli Roth and based on the gripping Brian McGreevy novel of the same name, Hemlock Grove is a murder-mystery series involving the eccentric residents of a former steel town in Pennsylvania. The story begins with the discovery of a high school cheerleader, mangled and murdered in the shadow of an abandoned Godfrey steel mill in the dilapidated community of Hemlock Grove. The ensuing investigation exposes the community s underbelly and reveals that nothing is as it seems.

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3.7 out of 5 stars

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Willy Eckerslike TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 13 July 2014
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Oh dear, yet another high-school vampire / werewolf genre series, you might think. On the surface you’d be right but this show’s weirdness takes it way off the well trodden genre trail pioneered by the still unrivalled Buffy.

Set in the fictional Pennsylvania (again – a lot seems to happen there at the moment) town of Hemlock Grove though actually filmed in Canada, this season follows the hunt for the beastly perpetrator of a series of grisly murders which start, coincidentally, with the arrival of a gipsy boy and his mother. Unsurprisingly, there is no shortage of strange goins-on, centred mostly around Peter, the aforementioned gypsy and Roman, the spoilt rich-kid son of the most peculiar Olivia Godfrey.

Much death, mayhem and general oddness ensues while they track down the mythical beast, mostly driving about in Roman’s lovely red car (a 1961 Jaguar XK150 as it turns out). Confounding their efforts along the way is the slightly bonkers Van Helsing-like Dr. Chasseur as she conducts her own werewolf hunt under the auspices of a shady secret religious order not entirely unlike the Iluminati.

While the main plot lines progress we learn more of Roman’s Upir (a mythological Russian part witch, part daemon with some very unpleasant habits) heritage, his Lurch’esque utterly likeable sister, Olivia’s beginnings and hints of the dubious moral nature of the work of the Godfrey institute headed by the odd (everybody in Hemlock Grove is odd…) Dr. Johann Pryce.

It is a peculiar, improbably successful, blend of almost every element from the genre, standard fantasy themes, some Grimm-like mythology and bits of sci-fi held together by sharp writing and solid performances from the main cast.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Miss S. M. Summers on 4 Sep 2014
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This is an off beat coming of age supernatural drama that is a little less edgy than it is trying to be. Revolving around two 18 year old boys, one a rich white kid, the other the new gypsy loner kid - we soon discover that one is a warewolf and the other has mind control powers - that develop into something a little drker in the last episode. Supported and controled by a supporting cast of mothers, girlfreinds, sisters and townsfolk - it typically tells of people on the outside looking in are generally better than the 'normal' but predjudiced townsfolk. It is both gory and gratuitous - but missing the ness gravitas to make it truly horrorific in the same sence the AHS did so well. It is also sexy and seductive - but missing the mark where say True Blood excelled. It also tries it's hand at teenage agnst and love - but again misses the mark somewhat where dramas such as The Vampire Diaries capture so well. Overall I passed a pleasant weekend watching this drama on DVD but I would not ness run out and buy the Second Series as I found it quite forgetable overall.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Naomi_B on 8 Sep 2014
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Hemlock Grove has a lot of potential, story wise it is written well and they do keep you wanting to know more about each character and their heritage as well as who is the killer involved in the main story arc could be. For me I would of preferred the adults being the main focus rather than the dour teens. The show is certainly gory enough for lovers of horror and the series itself is well written but everything just seems to take too long to happen, playing more like a teen soap with the supernatural horror element playing second fiddle; it was just too much like The OC with wee beasties. I liked its potential and I hear that the second series is far superior so I will continue to give it a chance but it is found somewhat lacking at the moment for me as a cult series. Famke Janssen does steal most of the scenes she is in and I really do feel the adult element would of provided a much more competitive series for the supernatural genre.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 May 2014
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'Hemlock Grove' is an excellent addition to the 'Netflick Original' series of programmes. I hadn't seen, or even heard of the show until I bought the DVD on the off chance when it caught my eye. I thought that it looked interesting, and that it is.

Unlike a lot of shows on the television at the moment, this is something different, and very creative. The production values are actually quite good, and the setting manages to create a genuinely Gothic, almost dreamlike atmosphere, combining bloody violence and gore. When a young girl is brutally murdered, her dead body found in a playground in a horrible state, we are able to follow the whole investigation in the small town outside Philadelphia. Suspicion immediately falls on the new boy in town, gypsy Peter Rumancek (played by Landon Liboiron), who is also a werewolf.

The town is home to many other interesting characters, few of which appear to be ordinary, and most seem to be hiding something. We get the know more about the characters gradually after each episode, and it seems almost impossible not to like at least a handful of them (my personal favourite is the wealthy and controlling Roman Godfrey, played by Bill Skarsgård, who I believe is one to look out for in the future). The identity of the girl's killer will probably come as a surprise, or at least it did to me.

Every actor seems to fit their role perfectly, and if you can look beyond the sometimes occasional 'overacting', I think you'll agree that it is excellent casting. Unlike a lot of patronising 'teen-horrors' (and you probably know who they are) with characters that appear to be interesting at first but turn out to be one dimensional, the stars of 'Hemlock Grove' are anything but.
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