Today: May 24, 2024

NOS4A2 DVD Unboxing

Based on the New York Times best-selling novel of the same name by Joe Hill (son of celebrated horror maestro Stephen King), NOS4A2 is a real hidden gem of modern TV. Starring Zachary Quinto (Star Trek) as the sinister and seductive Manx, a seemingly immortal being who feeds off the souls of lost children, and Ashleigh Cummings as a girl with mysterious supernatural abilities, the series is a dark and twisted fairy-tale with rich visuals and fantastic storytelling that was unfairly cancelled after two compelling seasons. Presented now as a complete boxset from Acorn Media on DVD and VOD, the series can find a much-deserved home in the collections of horror and fantasy fans across the UK. It is a fantastic, disturbing, and altogether remarkable series that is an essential binge before lockdown is up.

We took a closer look at the complete DVD boxset, which you can win over on our competitions page now! 


Season One

  • A Look at the Series
  • Meet the Characters
  • Becoming Charlie Manx
  • The Making of NOS4A2
  • Adapting the Book
  • The Rules of NOS4A2
  • Joe Hill’s Themes & Inspirations
  • Joe Hill’s Show & Tell

Season Two

  • A Look at Season 2
  • Catching Up with the Characters
  • The Origin of Charlie Manx

NOS4A2 is available now on digital and DVD from Acorn Media

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