Episodes 1 & 2: Wheel of Fortune & What It Seems
Episode 3: Quality of Life
Episode 4: Enigma
Episode 5: Netherworld
Episode 6: The House
Episode 7: Unreasonable Doubt
Episode 8: The Siege
Episode 9: Enemy Mind
Episode 10: Here There Be Monsters
Episode 11: Dinner With Dana
Episode 12: Shaman
Episode 13: Destiny
Special Feature Writing: A featurette that breaks down the writing process by taking you inside the story-break meetings where the writing staff outlines each episodes script. Includes interviews with Michael & Shawn Piller, Rob Lieberman, & Anthony Michael Hall & David Odgen Stiers.
Special Features - Music & Special Effects: An in-depth tour of The Dead Zones amazing visual effects with an interview from visual effects innovator Sam Nicholson. A featurette takes you inside the creative process of award-winning composer Roy Hay (founding member of Culture Club).
Special Features - Guest Stars: A behind-the-scenes collection featuring never-before-seen interviews with The Dead Zones many guest stars (including Sean Patrick Flannery & Malcolm In The Middles Chris Masterson).
Now I hear that season 2 is coming to DVD June 8, 2004 and WILL be getting that as well. Season 3 starts June 6, 2004 and I'm ready to begin watching it again. Actually I was ready with the season finale last year.
I HIGHLY recommend this DVD set, as well as Season 2, to everyone. And be sure to catch the new season!!!
Up until very recently, I was extremely skeptical about this show for two different reasons. The first and most obvious reason was because Anthony Michael Hall played the lead character. Most people including myself have only seen Anthony play nerdy characters in John Hughes movies, and other roles in unknown "B" films. The second reason why I was always skeptical, was because I figured that there was no way that a weekly television show could be made dealing with the characters from Stephen King's book and the film, because it is a story that is pretty specific and hard to stretch out. However, since the show has received very positive reviews, I decided to put my skepticism aside and give the first season a try.Read more ›
Especially if you are a fan of shows that deal in some way with the occult, like Buffy r Angel, you'll love this one!
Spooky (at times very much so), funny, sad, utterly engrossing. Please watch The Dead Zone...it's definitely worth your time.
(And yes, it is based on the Stephen King novel, so some characters and situations are familiar...but many aren't.)