‘Grimm’ Season 1 Blu-ray Exclusive: “The Language of ‘Grimm’” Supercut
If you didn’t catch the first season of NBC’s Friday-night horror thriller ‘Grimm,’ it’s time to get your head out of the books. The series is gearing up in time for its second season, which will feature homicide detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) delving even deeper into the world of the supernatural, but if you’re not caught up it’s time to pick up the ‘Grimm’ season 1 Blu-ray, hitting the streets Tuesday, August 7! Maybe an exclusive clip will get you going?
‘Grimm’ season 2 will first bare its “Bad Teeth” with the August 13 premiere, but before then there’s plenty of time to pick up the ‘Grimm’ season 1 Blu-ray, hitting stores on August 7! To ring in the Blu-ray release, we’ve got an exclusive clip from the special features, “The Language of Grimm,” a supercut of some of the show’s extensive, often difficult-to-pronounce Germanic terminology. Sometimes, you’ve really got to hand it to the actors.
In addition to all 22 episodes and the clip below, check out some of the features you can find by picking up the ‘Grimm’ season 1 Blu-ray:
BLU-RAY BONUS FEATURES INCLUDE:
- GRIMM GUIDE: An interactive book that provides insight into the various creatures featured in the show.
BLU-RAY and DVD BONUS FEATURES INCLUDE:
- DELETED SCENES
- GAG REEL
- THE WORLD OF GRIMM: Get to know the characters and creatures that inhabit the world of “Grimm” and discover the inspiration behind the storylines.
- MAKING MONSTERS: Go behind the scenes with Andy Clement and Barney Burman as they take viewers through the special makeup effects design and application process. The talented team from Hive FX also shows fans how they give life to the monsters of “Grimm.”
- AND MORE!
Be sure to check out the premiere of ‘Grimm’ season 2 on NBC Friday, August 13, the first of episodes which will feature ‘True Blood‘ star James Frain, ‘LOST‘ boss Mark Pellegrino, and even ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ star Josh Stewart. And don’t forget to pick up a copy of the ‘Grimm’ season 1 Blu-ray after you’ve checked out the box art and exclusive “The Language of Grimm” clip below!