Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga parents guide

Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga Parent Guide

Overall C

Fans of the Twilight Saga can now get all of the movies in the franchise in one box set. Providing hours and hours of film viewing, no wonder it is called Twilight Forever.

Violence C
Sexual Content C+
Profanity B
Substance Use B-

Why is Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga rated PG-13? The MPAA rated Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga PG-13

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The Twilight franchise releases in one box set, Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga. This 10-disc compilation is available in either Blu-ray or DVD. Both formats come with the following:

- Double-Sided Box

- Commemorative Photo Album

Disc 1: Twilight feature film (plus extended scenes and music videos)

Disc 2: Twilight special features:

- Deleted scenes,

- The Adventure Begins: the journey from page to screen

- 7-part documentary

- ComiCon featurette

- Cast Interviews

- Premiere red carpet footage

- Music featurettes

- A conversation with author Stephenie Meyer and more

Disc 3: The Twilight Saga- New Moon feature film

Disc 4: New Moon special features:

- Deleted scenes

- 6-part documentary-

- Music videos

- Featurettes

- Extended scenes

- Extended interviews and more

Disc 5: Twilight Saga: Eclipse feature film

- Special features

- Deleted scenes

- Extended scenes

- Extended interviews

- 6-part documentary

- Music videos

- Photo galleries and more

Disc 6:Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 feature film (theatrical and extended editions)

Disc 7: Breaking Dawn Part 1 special features

- Love, death, birth

- 6-part documentary

- Featurettes

- Music videos and more

Disc 8: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 feature film

Disc 9: Breaking Dawn Part 2 special features

- Forever

- 7-part documentary

- Featurette

- Red carpet footage

- Music video and more

Disc 10: All-New special features

- Cast retrospective with new interviews

- Previously unreleased behind the scenes moments with the cast

- A look at the twilight fan-omenon

- Highlights of Edward and Jacob’s stories in the saga

Directed by Catherine Hardwicke, David Slade, Chris Weitz, Bill Condon. Starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner. Updated

Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga
Rating & Content Info

Why is Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga rated PG-13? Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga is rated PG-13 by the MPAA

To view content details for each of the movies, follow the following links:

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The Twilight Saga- New Moon

Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

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Home Video

The most recent home video release of Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga movie is November 5, 2013. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga

Release Date: 5 November 2013

Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga releases to home video (Blu-ray or DVD) with the following extras:

- 10-Disc Set (plus Ultraviolet digital copy of each movie)

1: TWILIGHT - Movie

: TWILIGHT - Special Features

3: NEW MOON - Movie

4: NEW MOON - Special Features

5: ECLIPSE - Movie + Special Features

6: BREAKING DAWN PT. 1 - Movie (Theatrical Cut & Extended Edition)

7: BREAKING DAWN PT. 1 - Special Features

8: BREAKING DAWN PT. 2 - Movie

9: BREAKING DAWN PT. 2 - Special Features

10: TWILIGHT FOREVER - Exclusive Bonus Disc

- Double-Sided Box

- Commemorative Photo Album

- Cast retrospective with new interviews

- The Twilight Saga: Breaking Character - Showcases unreleased behind-the-scenes moments on set

Twilight FAN-omenon - An exploration of the epic phenomenon

- Twilight Forever: Edward’s Saga

- Twilight Forever: Jacob’s Saga

- More than 10 hours of previously released special features

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The success of this vampire/werewolf tale has spawn several other movies with similar themes. See: The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, Beautiful Creatures and Dark Shadows. The genre has even expanded to include animations aimed at younger children like Hotel Transylvania and ParaNorman. One of the first depictions of vampires on the big screen is the 1931 black and white film Dracula.

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