The Man From Earth: Holocene [Blu-ray]

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John Oldman the 14,000 year-old Man from Earth, is now comfortably hiding in plain sight as a college professor in Northern California, but when four students discover his deepest secret, his existence comes crashing down, putting his life in grave danger and potentially shaking mankind to its very soul.

From director Richard Schenkman (The Pompatus of Love, Mischief Night), the sequel to the smash cult hit Jerome Bixby s The Man From Earth stars David Lee Smith (Fight Club, CSI: Miami) and William Katt (Carrie, The Greatest American Hero) reprising their roles from the original film along with award winning actress and international recording star Vanessa Williams (Eraser, Ugly Betty), Michael Dorn (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Ted 2), Sterling Knight (17 Again, Sonny With a Chance), Akemi Look (A Wrinkle in Time), Brittany Curran (13 Going on 30, The Magicians) and Carlos Knight (Supah Ninjas).

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Audio Commentary with Writer / Director Richard Schenkman and Producer Eric D. Wilkinson
  • Behind the Scenes Documentary featuring cast and crew (39:17)
  • Behind the Original Score Featurette (18:05)
  • Dances With Films World Premiere: Red Carpet interview with Writer / Director Richard Schenkman (11:15)
  • Deleted/Extended Scenes (with optional director commentary)
  • Matt Douglas Primal Kickboxing Instructional Video
  • Photo Gallery
  • Original Theatrical Posters / Character Posters Gallery
  • Original Teaser Trailer and Theatrical Trailer
  • English, French, German, Dutch, Swedish and Spanish subtitles
  • Review

    David Lee Smith does another fantastic job with the character, especially in his scenes with Sterling Knight… Brittany Curran is especially great in her role as Tara… I really did enjoy The Man From Earth: Holocene quite a bit thanks to its strong lead actor and its mythology building… If you re a fan of the first film, and I do suggest you check it out, there s a ton in this sequel I m sure you ll love too. –Anthony Ray Bench, Film Threat

    …the standout among the younger quartet is Akemi Look as the smart, energetic Isabel… But the real rock upon which the film is built is once again Smith. –Neil Young, The Hollywood Reporter