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The Terror Blu-ray Unboxing

One of the finest slices of television goodness in years, The Terror lives up to its title with one of the most harrowing tales of madness and horror to ever hit the small screen. After premiering in the US way back in 2018, we in the UK were inexplicably made to wait a further three years for it to sail to our shores – but that wait was worth it. The impeccable psychological thriller oozes atmosphere and pitch-perfect performances from an all-star cast including Jared Harris, Tobias Menzies, and Ciarán Hinds. Telling a fictionalised account of Captain Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition to the Arctic in 1945 and supposing that the missing sailors were terrorised by a monstrous being, this masterful series well and truly proves that we are living in the golden age of television.

The lovely folks at Acorn Media have now released the series on VOD, DVD and beautiful high-definition Blu-ray. We took a closer look at the release…

Special Features

  • Ridley Scott on The Terror
  • A Look at the Characters
  • The Boat and Visual Effects
  • “Inside” the Episode Featurettes
  • Subtitles

THE TERROR is available now on VOD, DVD and Blu-ray from Acorn Media

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