MLA 8th edition is different from MLA 7th: http://www.easybib.com/guides/citation-guides/mla-8/ultimate-guide-mla-eighth-edition/
There is one standard citation format that applies to every source type.
The researcher is required to locate the “core elements” on their sources: the author’s name(s), the title, the title of the container, any other contributors associated with the source, the version, any numbers (such as the volume for a book or an episode number for a television show), publisher, publication date, and the location.
These core elements are placed in the citation, usually in this format:
Author. Title. Title of the container. Other contributors, Version, Number, Publisher’s name, Date of publication, Location.
*Note that similar to previous versions of the MLA Handbook, there is a hanging indent. The first line of a MLA 8th edition citation is flush against the margin, while the second and any other subsequent lines are indented.