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The Skulls Trilogy/ La Trilogie Le Clan des Skulls (Bilingual)(The Skulls | The Skulls II | The Skulls III)


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  • Actors: Joshua Jackson, Paul Walker, Hill Harper, Leslie Bibb, Christopher McDonald
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: February 10, 2009
  • Run Time: 310 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001LXIDWM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,089 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Special Features

Disc 1 - The Skulls:
  • Spotlight on Location
  • Feature Commentary with Director Rob Cohen
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Production Notes
  • Cast and Filmmakers
  • Recommendations
  • DVD-ROM Features

  • Editorial Reviews

    Product Description

    The Skulls I
    Deep within the hallowed walls of Ivy League's most prominent campus, there exists a secret society where power and influence are bred. Only a few are chosen to join the group where Presidents are groomed, wealthy bloodlines bond, and devious plots are hatched. For Luke McNamara (Joshua Jackson), an invitation to join the prestigious secret college organization, The Skulls, is a dream come true. But when a fellow pledge gets caught up in murder, Luke finds himself alone amidst the sinister and well-connected brotherhood and now he must summon the strength to stand up against immeasurable odds.

    The Skulls II

    The Skulls has been critically acclaimed as "The Hottest Suspense Thriller Ticket in Town" Wireless Magazine. Now comes its stunning sequel - The Skulls II. The suspense begins when an unsuspecting college student is drawn into the mysterious underworld of the nation's most powerful secret society. After joining the Skulls, Ryan Sommers (Robin Dunne) is warned not to betray any secrets about the organization or its high-powered members. However, when Ryan witnesses a murder within the Skulls' private chambers, he finds that the closer he gets to revealing the truth - the more dangerous life becomes. Peer pressure takes on a whole new meaning in this sexy suspense thriller starring Nathan West (Bring It On), Robin Dunne (Borderline Normal) and Ashley Lyn Cafagna (Mr. Murder).

    The Skulls III
    Clare Kramer of TV's Buffy The Vampire Slayer stars as Taylor Brooks, a sexy, young undergrad who is determined to become the first female member of the secret Skulls society. After she coerces the Council into including her in the initiation rites of the elite brotherhood, Taylor soon finds herself engulfed in a sinister world of deception, intimidation and murder.

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    The Skulls
    Think of the Skulls as a collegiate Freemason's society--an ultrasecret organization that opens the doors of power to a few lucky Ivy League students, including school rowing star Luke McNamara (Joshua Jackson), a poor kid with a misspent youth. "If it's secret and it's elite, it can't be good," cautions his journalist roommate, but the lure of lavish gifts and cabal-like ceremonies in torch-lit stone chambers is too much to resist--until his roomie is murdered and his own Skull "soulmate" Caleb Mandrake (Paul Walker) is the number one suspect.

    There's a campy kick to the initiation ceremonies, ancient rituals in dungeonlike alcoves filled with haze and shadow, performed by enthralled frat boys, but as Jackson flounders at the center of a Skull conspiracy it spins into ludicrous melodrama. See the college president become a thug for the Skull godfather! See street punks become high-tech criminal masterminds! See the conspiracy collapse under its own absurdity!

    Jackson is pretty much a dud as the well-meaning hero, but Walker, with flashing eyes under furrowed brow, is mesmerizing as a haunted rich kid torn between a ruthless, overbearing father (Craig T. Nelson) and his conscience. Director Rob Cohen drives the film at a galloping pace and fills it with foreboding images, but his humorless solemnity finally buries The Skulls in a heap of clichés. --Sean Axmaker


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    Sexe, pouvoir, argent… Les Skulls ont tout pour eux dans la collection palpitante La Trilogie Le Clan des Skulls ! Suivez Joshua Jackson (Fringe, Dawson’s Creek), Paul Walker (Rapides et dangereux) et d’autres acteurs qui se joignent à la société d’élite secrète connue sous le nom de clan des Skulls, où tout est possible si vous êtes disposé à ne pas révéler leurs terribles secrets. Regorgeant de suppléments à donner froid dans le dos, ces films débordent de rebondissements saisissants qui démontrent que tout privilège a un prix !

    Customer Reviews

    The acting was horrible.
    A. Gyurisin
    There is nothing in any of these films to get excited about and nothing to hold your interest one iota.
    Robert Badgley
    It's still working with FRIDAY THE 13th.
    BD Ashley

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jed Shlackman VINE VOICE on June 10, 2004
    Format: DVD
    The "Skulls" premise, based on well-established rumors and reports about Yale University's Skull & Bones Order, is a useful basis for a suspense movie. The 1st film was solid and featured quality actors and direction. This sequel has none of the same cast and was straight to video. It basically repeats the same plot theme of the 1st movie. This movie tries to be more racy than the first yet has weaker drama and dialogue. It was disappointing - perhaps someone will make a film about the real "Skulls" which would be MUCH more dark and suspenseful than the fictional "Skulls."
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    9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By jdirk00 on April 5, 2002
    Format: DVD
    I was browsing through my rental place when I saw this dvd and decided to pick this up. The first Skulls had a good premise and a great cast (the ultra hot Leslie Bibb a extra plus to it) but this review isn't about that movie its about the sequel. The Skulls 2 has the same basic premise as the first one. Guy joins Skulls, guy sees wrong-doings by Skull members, guy gets set up by the Skulls, guy uses smarts to outwit Skull members all the while getting the girl. I hope I didn't spoil the movie for anyone by revealing the good guy winning. Like it would happen any other way anyways. This straight to video movie has an above average production and a nice cast. Robin Dunne is a good actor although I see him more as a tv actor than a movie actor. The pacing of the movie was great all the way until the end, which didn't seem like a climax to the film to me. More as if it just happened and then the film stopped. Secondary charecters which are prominant in the beginning have little to do with the end. All in all a good rental. See it if you liked the first one.
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    8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. Gyurisin on November 9, 2004
    Format: DVD
    So, where should I go with this one? I am pretty sure that most can realize how bad of a film this was without needing me to spell it out for you, but then some of us do need guides, so here it goes. The Skulls II is a classic example of a movie company trying to monopolize on the semi-success of the original. Using the rules of low-budget sequel making, they get lesser-known actors to replace the better known actors from the original. They repeat several select scenes that resemble the original so that the audience doesn't get confused, while all the while continuing with a similar story from the original. At first glance, you may not realize that there is a difference between these two films outside of the grade D actors that are trying to make a name for themselves. When will Hollywood realize that they need to stop doing this? The original Skulls film was not a box-office sensation, so why suck even more money from an already dried well? Then to see that there is already another film released for those of us that are foaming at the mouth to get more of this secret society makes me sick. Why Hollywood, why?

    Let me begin by getting the shredder out. The acting was horrible. I mean, I have seen some bad acting in many of the films that I have seen over the years, but that done by Robin Dunne and Nathan West was despicable. It was obvious from the opening sequence that they were more excited about being in a film than the overall quality of the film. This was not a good sign. The only successful task that these young actors did for me was taking me from minute zero to minute ninety-eight. The progressed the film, if that is what you want to call it. Of course, how can you act if you are handed shoddy material anyway?
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 4, 2005
    Format: DVD
    If you've seen THE SKULLS, the first in this suspense trilogy, then you won't find too much new in this second entry. Once again, a naively innocent young man seeks initiation into this supersecret clan of collegiate powerhouses who demand secrecy in all they do. When a young girl is accidentally murdered and the crime covered up, our hero steps up to expose the organization, but not without resistance from the group. There's not a whole lot of suspense generated, with the outcome fairly predictable. Robin Dunne doesn't have the charismatic presence to command the movie and the supporting players don't fare much better, although Lindy Booth does well in the role of the innocent Kelly. This direct to video did well enough, though, that it spawned a third entry, this one with a girl trying to infiltrate the group.
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    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Daniel S. Russell on October 6, 2003
    Format: DVD
    ...and that's saying alot.
    The movie goes nowhere fast. With a plot as transparent as cellophane and a solidly second-string cast (couldn't they afford ANYONE we have heard of), the movie wastes our time with some serious implausibilities spliced together with laughable dialogue and a downright silly ending.
    Did the producers really think that this film covered any new territory that the first missed? It seems that both are based on the same book. Now, I don't plan on reading said book anytime soon, but it seems to me that when you make a sequel, you might want to have a few original ideas to make the vehicle interesting. Just a suggestion...
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Cartier on March 6, 2013
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    This IS a SUPER GREAT DEAL! I paid $7.99 for the trilogy. The movies are very interesting and a complete joy to watch.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CryWolf854 on April 7, 2012
    Format: DVD
    First off, you can't really call this set a trilogy since its just a trio of movies whose only connection is The Skulls society. Secondly, with a minor exception of the original, the movies aren't really that good. I won't go into any details on the stories. Still, the price is cheap and the three discs take up as much space as one disc. Watch them on a rainy day or if you don't have nothing else to do.
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