As a young girl falls into her first relationship with a much older, manipulative man, she is pulled away from her family and into a world of darkness. Deeper into secrets, danger, and even left to die. No matter what others tell her, she will not leave his side, instead abandoning any other ties to her former life and closer to his embrace. Despite hospital stays, an unplanned pregnancy, and a brush with a cult of vampiric leaders, the traumas and supernatural occurrences will not release the girl.

If you were around in the late 2000s, you had an opinion about Twilight and therefore had some form of Twilight phase. Whether you loved it, hated it, or avoided it, one can’t deny that it left an impression. Now almost twenty years from the release of the first book, it has not released its cold, dead grip from many a fan (myself included).

Whether you are looking to see what all the fuss is about for the first time, revisit a beloved favorite, or understand the memes from Twilight Shitposting (ever so highly recommended), now is better than ever a time thanks to The Twilight Saga 15th Anniversary SteelBook Collection on 4K Ultra HD with Blu-ray and Digital at Best Buy available from Lionsgate.

Celebrate the 15th anniversary of the first Twilight film and experience Bella and Edward’s epic love story, the dangerous feud between vampires and werewolves, and more unforgettable moments in the entire 5-film collection of Twilight: The Complete Saga. This special anniversary collection comes with four art cards and seven pieces of interchangeable cover art. Includes Twilight, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 1, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 2, and over twelve hours of special features.

The SteelBook collection arrives in a beautiful slipcover set that is slotted so that none of the cases will get scratched, with stunning cases that each feature artwork both outside and on the inside underneath the discs. Each case is very secure and clicks the discs into place to prevent them from slipping around, keeping them as a keepsake for collectors for years to come. You can also check out our unboxing video here. 



Twilight SteelBook

While the discs all have the same artwork on each type (4K UHD, Blu-ray, and Special Features), the colors are themed per film to match the case, creating a gorgeous display and helping one to remember where they should return when you marathon them and keeping a cohesive theme.

The first time available on 4K Ultra High Definition, the upgrade in quality to the previous releases is undeniable and absolutely worth the price of the set. Not only will it help one to continue enjoying the series for many more years, but seeing the Forks scenery depicted more clearly only strengthens its solemnity.

With over twelve hours of extras, this collection is the most comprehensive to date. Take a look!



4K UHD and BD:

Twilight Tour…10 Years Later featurette (10 mins)

A Conversation With Stephenie Meyer (23:34)

Music: The Heartbeat of Twilight (5:35)

Becoming Edward (7:28)

Becoming Bella (5:23)

Catherine Hardwicke’s Vampire Kiss Montage (2:43)

Catherine Hardwicke’s “Bella’s Lullaby Remix” Music Video (3:59)

Edward’s Piano Concert (2:34)

Twilight Cast Interview: Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson (6:45)

Twilight Cast Interview: Cam Gigandet (5:41)

Twilight Cast Interview: Edi Gathegi and Rachelle Lefevre (6:05)

Twilight Premiere On The Red Carpet (7:36)

Cast Interviews On The Red Carpet (4:56)

Stephenie Meyer Talks About The Twilight Saga (34:45)



Filmmaker Commentary with director Chris Weitz and editor Peter Lambert (RT Feature Length)


Filmmaker Commentary with director Chris Weitz and editor Peter Lambert (RT Feature Length)

The Journey Continues: 6-Part Documentary on The Making of The Twilight Saga: New Moon (RT 95 min)

  1. Life After Twilight (RT 4 min)
  2. Chris Weitz Take the Helm (RT 4 min)
  3. The Subtile Details (RT 8 min)
  4. A Look at Production (RT 30 min)
  5. It’s Not Magic (RT 10 min)
  6. Ready for the World (RT 8 min)

Team Edward vs. Team Jacob: The Ultimate Love Triangle (RT 7 min)

Introducing The Wolf Pack (RT 9 min)

Becoming Jacob (RT 5 min)

Edward Goes to Italy (RT 7 min)

Extended Scenes (TRT 30 min)

  1. School Corridor (RT 1 min)
  2. English Class (RT 1 min)
  3. Carlisla Stitches Bella (RT 3 min)
  4. Scrap Metal (RT 4 min)
  5. Start of Cinema Lobby (RT 2 min)
  6. Meeting Laurent (RT 5 min)
  7. Jake in Bella’s Room (RT 5 min)
  8. Outside Emily’s (RT 2 min)
  9. Jake Drives Bella Home (RT 5 min)
  10. Leaving for Italy (RT 1 min)
  11. Edward Meets Volturi (RT 2 min)
  12. I See You’re Still Alive (RT 1 min)

Exclusive The Twilight Saga: New Moon Cast Interviews (TRT 22 min)

  1. Robert Pattinson (RT 3 min)
  2. Kristen Stewart (RT 3 min)
  3. Taylor Lautner (RT 3 min)
  4. Chris Weitz (RT 4 min)
  5. The Cullen Family (RT 2 min)
  6. The Wolf Pack (RT 3 min)
  7. The Volturi (RT 3 min)

The Twilight Saga: New Moon Live! Exclusive Webcast Event (RT 42 min)

Exclusive The Twilight Saga: New Moon Premiere Red Carpet Interviews (RT 6 min)



Audio commentary with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart (RT Feature Length)

Audio commentary with Stephenie Meyer and Wyck Godfrey (RT Feature Length)


Audio commentary with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart (RT Feature Length)

Audio commentary with Stephenie Meyer and Wyck Godfrey (RT Feature Length)

The Making of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse 6-Part Documentary (TRT 98 min)

Part 1: Introducing David Slade (RT 5 min)

Part 2: Pre-Production Setting the Stage (RT 12 min)

Part 3: The Heart of Eclipse (RT 14 min)

Part 4: The Dark Side of Eclipse (RT 14 min)

Part 5: Lights, Camera, Action (RT 25 min)

Part 6: Post-Production Leaps in Technology (RT 23 min)

Deleted and Extended Scenes

Deleted Scenes (TRT 3 min)

  1. It’s Not Life or Death (RT 2 min)
  2. I Can’t Wait to See What You’re Going To Do Next (RT 1 min)

Extended Scenes (TRT 8 min)

  1. Just Keep The Window Closed (RT 1 min)
  2. From Now On Switzerland (RT 1 min)
  3. Someone’s Creating an Army (RT 2 min)
  4. Bella, I Envy You (RT 2 min)
  5. What Did I Say About a Low Profile? (RT 1 min)
  6. Jacob’s Thoughts Are Pretty Loud (RT 1 min)

Photo Gallery (RT 7 min)

“Neutron Star Collision” Music Video by Muse (RT 4 min)

“Eclipse (All Yours)” Music Video by Metric (RT 4 min)



Audio Commentary with Director Bill Condon (RT Feature Length)


Audio Commentary with Director Bill Condon (RT Feature Length)

Love, Death, Birth: Filming The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 6-Part Documentary (TRT 87 min)

  1. A New Beginning (RT 11 min)
  2. The Wedding (RT 13 min)
  3. The Honeymoon (RT 20 min)
  4. The Wolf Pack (RT 16 min)
  5. The Pregnancy (RT 13 min)
  6. The Birth (RT 15 min)

Jacob’s Destiny (RT 7 min)

Bella and Edward’s Personal Wedding Video (RT 9 min)

Bruno Mars – “It Will Rain” Music Video (RT 4 min)

Christina Perri – “A Thousand Years” Music Video (RT 5 min)

Iron & Wine – “Flightless Bird, American Mouth” Music Video (RT 5 min)

The Belle Brigade – “I Didn’t Mean It” Lyrics Video (RT 4 min)



Audio Commentary with Director Bill Condon (RT Feature Length)


Audio Commentary with Director Bill Condon (RT Feature Length)

Forever: Filming The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 (TRT 93 min)

  1. Rebirth (RT 14 min)
  2. Renesmee (RT 11 min)
  3. The Cottage (RT 10 min)
  4. The Gathering (RT 16 min)
  5. The Field (RT 15 min)
  6. The Battle (RT 18 min)
  7. Forever (RT 10 min)

Two Movies at Once (RT 6 min)

“The Forgotten” Green Day Music Video (RT 5 min)

Tingles & Chills: Special Vampire Powers (RT 9 min)

Carlisle’s Contacts: The New Vampires (RT 12 min)

While one will receive the most imposing experience from 4K, most of the extras are featured on Blu-Ray, so the collection is still worth investing in if you’re not there just yet, allowing for this set to be experienced by many viewers on a wider range of equipment.

As you can see, the extras are comprehensive, to say the least, and are the best strength in an already stunning collection. Find out inside jokes that the cast and crew have such as lining up cans of Ranier just so, what lines could have replaced “Hang on Tight, Spider Monkey”, and more. The set totals 607 minutes of Twilight content for your viewing pleasure.

Functioning as a time capsule of nostalgia, the collection’s extras are primarily provided by Borders, a now-defunct bookstore chain similar to Barnes & Noble. As a way to peek into the zeitgeist of the era, the interviews, red-carpet shows, and documentaries are fascinating with the fashions, references, and easter eggs contained within. Even as a seasoned fan, I was surprised by how much insider information I learned, and how comfortable the rest felt to revisit fifteen years later.

What is your take on The Twilight Saga? Were you there since the first book? Did you hate it, and then warm up, or do you find it overrated? Are you in it for the memes? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments.

Don’t forget to check out the The Twilight Saga SteelBook Collection available exclusively from Best Buy thanks to Lionsgate out now.

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