COMET TV, the FREE scifi television network, has given us a prize pack with themed items to give away to one lucky winner to coincide with their November programming, including the Teen Wolf films and a “Freaky Feast” Thanksgiving Day movie marathon.
One (1) Winner will receive:
– (1) Limited Edition Teen Wolf T-shirt
– (2) Limited Edition COMET TV Condiment Bottles
– (8) COMET TV Table Place Cards
– (1) COMET TV Collectable Card
– (1) Assorted Freaky Feast Candy
This month, COMET TV, which streams free sci-fi and horror movies and television shows, is offering a bunch of new selections in movies and TV shows, including Teen Wolf, Teen Wolf Too, Cowboys vs. Vampires, Starman, Lord Of Illusions, Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf, and much more. There’s also a “Freaky Feast” movie marathon on Thanksgiving Day.
Check out the programming guide for new offerings for November 2017 here below.
Teen Wolf Too Blu-ray (Collector’s Edition)
Director: Christopher Leitch
Screenwriter: Tim Kring
Cast: Jason Bateman, Kim Darby, John Astin, Paul Sand, James Hampton, Mark Holton, Estee Chandler, Stuart Fratkin
Distributor: Scream Factory
Rated PG | 94 Minutes
Release Date: August 8, 2017
1987 brought with it some of my favorite films, including Predator, RoboCop, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, Hellraiser, Evil Dead II, and The Monster Squad, just to name a few. ’87 also gave us some of the worst sequels ever, like Jaws: The Revenge, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol, and Teen Wolf Too, now available on Blu-ray from Scream Factory, known for delivering definitive releases of cult classics and forgotten genre films.
Directed by Christopher Leitch (writer of Universal Solider, director of She Fought Alone), Teen Wolf Too is a carbon-copy of Rod Daniel’s 1985 film, minus the charm. I have to assume that this movie was conceived as a direct sequel to the original, with Scott becoming a certified “party animal,” livin’ it up at college on a basketball scholarship. After Fox, who had become a big star after Back to the Future, dropped out, rewrites created a new character that could serve as a stand-in for Scott. Enter Jason Bateman (Zootopia, Horrible Bosses), brother of Fox’s Family Ties co-star, Justine Bateman, who stars as Todd Howard, Scott’s cousin.
Did you know there’s a new television network with scifi programming? Well, there is — it’s COMET TV and it’s FREE! Some highlights for February 2017 are Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too. In honor of this month’s programming, we’re giving away a COMET TV prize pack!
One (1) Winner will receive:
– (2) Two Limited Edition COMET TV Pint Glasses
– (1) One Heart Splatter Toy
– (1) Fire Ants Hard Candy Pack
– (2) Oozing Candy Eye Balls
– (2) Gummie Tarantulas
Jason Bateman has been making the talk-show rounds this week to promote his new flick The Change-Up, a body-switch movie co-starring Ryan Reynolds, out in theaters this weekend. While the premise might seem played out already [not to me, I’m watching The Hot Chick as I write this], if Jason Bateman’s in it, I’m watching it [I’m still waiting for the big-screen version of It’s Your Move].
One role Bateman is remembered for is from his early days is as the lead in Teen Wolf Too, the 1987 sequel to the Michael J. Fox hit Teen Wolf. During Bateman’s recent appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the actor mentioned how that film was a “low light” of his career, prompting Jimmy Fallon to bust out a clip from Teen Wolf Too where Bateman’s character wolfs out a bit at school while requesting a change in his class schedule. After watching, Bateman says he could do the scene better now, and so guess what happens? Yup, Bateman and Fallon do a re-take on the scene! You can watch the re-take and the Teen Wolf Too portion of the interview right here below.