Lionsgate Home Entertainment has officially announced and detailed their physical releases for the sophomore season of the AMC anthology series. “The Terror: Infamy” The Complete Second Season will be available […]
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has officially announced and detailed their physical releases for the sophomore season of the AMC anthology series. “The Terror: Infamy” The Complete Second Season will be available to own on Blu-ray and DVD beginning August 18, 2020. Continue below to check out the full announcement for the release, plus artwork for both physical releases.
“…A POTENT COMBINATION OF WHAT SCARES US IN OUR IMAGINATIONS AND WHAT SHOULD SCARE US IN THE WORLD OUTSIDE OUR WINDOWS”
– Alan Sepinwall, Rolling Stone
Street Date: 8/18/20
Blu-ray™ SRP: $27.99
DVD SRP: $21.98
AMC’s critically acclaimed original anthology series “The Terror: Infamy” The Complete Second Season arrives on Blu-ray™ and DVD August 18 from Lionsgate. Executive produced by Primetime Emmy® nominee Alexander Woo (2010, Oustanding Drama Series, “True Blood”); Primetime Emmy® winner, Academy Award® nominee, and Golden Globe® nominee Ridley Scott (Primetime Emmy®: 2011, Outstanding Nonfiction Special, “Gettysburg”; Academy Award®: 2015, Best Picture, The Martian; Golden Globe®: 2008, Best Director – Motion Picture, American Gangster; 2001, Best Director – Motion Picture, Gladiator); Primetime Emmy® winner Guymon Casady (2019, Outstanding Drama Series, “Game of Thrones”); Alexandra Milchan (The Wolf of Wall Street); Primetime Emmy® nominee David W. Zucker (2014, Outstanding Television Movie, “Killing Kennedy”); Jordan Sheehan (“The Man in the High Castle”); and written by Max Borenstein (Kong: Skull Island, Godzilla). It also stars Derek Mio, Kiki Sukezane, Naoko Mori, Miki Ishikawa, and George Takei. “The Terror: Infamy” The Complete Second Season Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $27.99 and $21.98, respectively.
In “The Terror: Infamy” – the second installment of producer (and Primetime Emmy® winner) Ridley’s Scott’s horror-tinged anthology – World War II-era Japanese-Americans on Southern California’s Terminal Island are menaced by a “bakemono,” or, folkloric specter. Suffering forced evictions and imprisonment after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Terminal Islanders are hounded by prejudice and injustice, as well as bad omens and bizarre deaths. One of them, Chester Nakayama, decides to take on the malevolent entity, journeying to realms of evil in both the present…and the distant past.
Derek Mio TV’s “Greek,” “SEAL Team,” and “Hawaii Five-0”
Kiki Sukezane TV’s “Westworld,” “Lost in Space,” and “Heroes Reborn”
Naoko Mori Everest, TV’s “Torchwood” and “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist”
Miki Ishikawa TV’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “Hit,” and “NCIS: Los Angeles”
George Takei TV’s “Star Trek: The Original Series,” “Fresh off the Boat,” and “Heroes”
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