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Forever Knight - The Trilogy, Part 1 (1992 - 1993)
Forever Knight - The Trilogy Part 1
1992 - 1993
Actors: Geraint Wyn Davies, Nigel Bennett, Catherine Disher
Genres: Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense
NR     2003     17hr 15min

Nick Knight is a 13th-century vampire living in modern-day Toronto. In an effort to regain his mortality, Knight atones for 700 years of evil by fighting crime as a homicide detective for the Toronto police.
     
     

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Actors: Geraint Wyn Davies, Nigel Bennett, Catherine Disher
Genres: Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Drama, Science Fiction, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Sony Pictures
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 10/21/2003
Original Release Date: 01/01/1992
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1992
Release Year: 2003
Run Time: 17hr 15min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 5
SwapaDVD Credits: 5
Total Copies: 3
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Member Movie Reviews

Jefferson N. from BLAIRSVILLE, GA
Reviewed on 3/18/2013...
Forever Knight was a show ahead of it's time! Before the big vampire craze of the mid-90's which is still going fairly strong, there was this show. The story centers around a vampire, Nick Knight, who has become a police detective. He uses this secret identity to punish evil-doers as a way to atone for his own sins he has committed over the centuries. Things get a little out of hand though, when he ends up with a human partner. And to complicate things even more, the vampiric love of his life opens a bar in his city...and his evil master shows up trying to get Nick to return to his roots in the darkside.

This was a show that delved into all things vampire before they were really cool. Probably influenced to some degree by Anne Rice, the show had a great feel and a three season run. This first year had a lot of good stand-alone stories and a neat neo-Gothic feel to it. The format was a lot like Lost...there would be a story told in the present with a flashback story giving us more depth into why Nick does the things he does. A little weak perhaps in the first few episodes, which were made for a weekend late-night television block, it picks up steam and takes it's first steps to cult classic status by the mid-point. If you love the Twilight series but are looking for something a little more...mature...give this a shot.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Eric C. from VERONA, PA
Reviewed on 5/15/2010...
I loved this show when it was on T.V. I thought it has a great plot and cast that worked well with each other and a story line that is very intriguing.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.

Movie Reviews

GREAT SHOW.....BAD DVD
Peter Kohut | Bridgeport, PA United States | 11/12/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)

"While Forever Knight is a fantastic show, this is one of the worst, if not THE worst TV DVD set I have ever seen. Columbia Tri-Star did NOTHING to clean the image of the film up. I own seasons 1-4 of MASH on DVD, and let me tell you that there was no other TV show that had such poor film quality. Well guess what...the MASH DVDs are beautiful, so TV show picture quality CAN BE improved. My VHS taped recordings off of Sci Fi channel are way better than this DVD set. Yes, that's how bad the picture quality is. Looking for Forever Knight extras? Don't look here. Columbia-Tri Star didn't include a SINGLE EXTRA feature. Quite frankly, if season 2 and 3 are this poorly done, count me out. I don't want them. A true shame this is. This is probably one of the finest, most under-appreciated TV shows of the 1990's. A true shame that the folks at Columbia Tri Star are too ignorant to do a DVD set right."
Overall, 1 for the packaging but 5 for the series
Jeanne Tassotto | Trapped in the Midwest | 11/11/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Will I be buying the next two - absolutely! Would I be willing to pay more for a better product - absolutely! Will I let other FK fans know about the DVDs - already have, with cautions.
I fell in love with Forever Knight the first time I saw it on late night TV. I have been anxiously waiting for the show to come out on DVD,and pre-ordered as soon as I found that it was finally going to be released. Within the first 30 minutes my excitement was tinged with disappointment...there are missing scenes from the pilot episode, there are no extras, interviews, etc. C'mon guys why aren't all the eps at least the full Canadian version (European would be even better!) Why no extras? All the actors, producers, directors and writers are still around would getting some interviews be that difficult? Outtakes have to exist why not include them? As for the ads for other products that are being presented as extras - didn't watch and not going to watch - if it doesn't include some of the FK cast don't even bother to put it into the next two."
At long last FK is on DVD!
Libby | Arkansas USA | 10/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Sure, I'm disappointed that there's no extras, and that there's just a few seconds missing out of the first episode, but overall, I'm doing a happy dance! It is great to finally have this wonderful series out in a professional format instead of my taped of the air well-worn tapes. These also are the Canadian versions, which are slightly longer than the episodes which aired in the USA.Sure, the price should be less since there are no extras. However, if these had been released in a VHS format, it would have been 11 or so tapes at *at least* $14.95 OR MORE per tape. The DVDs are MUCH less expensive. So am I disappointed in the cost? Yes. Will you see me lowering my rating of a great DVD set because of it? No. I'll certainly get my money's worth out of this set.The series itself is a classic. Not quite a vampire series, not quite a detective series, yet the best of both. It appeals to people who normally don't like either, and also to fans of both genres.Nick Knight is a detective who was "brought across" as a vampire in 1228 and now wants to "repay mankind for his sins." He wants to be mortal again, but his "sire" LaCroix has other ideas.I'm eagerly awaiting the other two seasons on DVD. I hope the producers of the DVD include extras, but if they don't, I'll still be first in line to own a set!"