The Simpsons Season 11- October 7th
The Simpsons Season 11- October 7th
Sarah Silverman Program, Season 2, Volume 1- October 14th
What's the reason for splitting it up like this? Kind of dumb.
Saturday Night Live- Season 4
Well, the second half of the second season hasn't aired yet, I know, but they've split up Reno 911!'s seasons a bunch of times and haven't resorted to "Vol. 1" and "Vol. 2" on the DVDs. The only show they've ever done that before with has been "Crank Yankers".
I guess the first season was only 6 episodes, so it's not that big of a deal in the grand scheme of things. I'm sure it's mostly a promotional thing so they can get the DVD out in time for the October premiere of the new episodes.
Not upcoming but...
There is a buy one-get one free deal for Criterion DVDs at DeepDiscountDVDs now
Weird, I just saw Stranger Than Paradise on TV yesterday. I highly recommend Fishing with John!
Last edited by mike; August 7, 2008 at 4:27 PM.
Here's something that will probably be of interest to the British comedy fans out there:
Format: Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
Region: All Regions
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Number of discs: 2
Studio: Acorn Media
DVD Release Date: August 26, 2008
Run Time: 315 minutes
Hilarious British sketch series that launched some of today’s top stars.
In the tradition of Monty Python’s Flying Circus and Saturday Night Live, Alfresco brought hilariously inventive comedy to British TV in the 1980s. It also introduced an entire troupe of bright young talents -- Emma Thompson, Hugh Laurie, Robbie Coltrane, Ben Elton, Stephen Fry, and others -- who went on to stardom.
Wild and wacky, Alfresco serves up social satire and delightfully off-the-wall sketches that seem as fresh and funny today as when they originally aired. The laughs fly hard and fast, and no sacred cows escape the skewer when these versatile comic actors lampoon bureaucrats, Jesus freaks, self-righteous counterculturists, and even their own show. Now, for the first time, American audiences can enjoy every episode of this British comedy landmark.
DVD SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE the three-episode pilot series, the story of the alternative comedy boom in 1980s Britain, and cast biographies and filmographies.
Fox Home Entertainment have announced the Region 1 DVD release of Reno 911!: Miami – The Movie (More Busted Than Ever Unrated Cut) on 23rd September 2008 priced at $19.98 SRP. When Miami’s “real” police force is quarantined, the misfits of the Reno Sheriffs Department, in town for a cop convention, become the only hope for the citizens of South Beach. But with access to high-speed patrol cars, lethal firearms and a killer attack chopper, Lt. Dangle and his bumbling crew may just destroy Miami before the criminals can even get started.
The highlight of this new edition is “The Lost Version” of the film, considered to be the true vision of how the creators/producers believe the movie should have been seen by audiences – a “mockumentary-style” 68-minute version that offers completely all-new footage from Lt. Jim Dangle and his team’s exploits in Miami. The disc also includes the unrated cut of the film that was previously released on DVD (83mins), a Digital Copy of the Unrated Cut and additional extras.
1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
English DD5.1 Surround
French and Spanish Dolby Surround
English, French and Spanish subtitles
Digital Copy – Reno 911!: Miami-The Movie Unrated Edition
Intro to “The Lost Version” by Lt. Jim Dangle, Deputy Travis Junior & Deputy Trudy Wiegel
Reno 911!: Miami – “The Lost Version” (68 minutes)
Audio commentary by writer/director Robert Ben Garant and writers Thomas Lennon and Kerri Kenney-Silver
Extended Scenes with optional commentary
Public Service Announcements
Talking During the Movie
Join The Reno Sheriff’s Department
Easter Egg - Clemmy and Kimball in Hotel Room
thanks, fox. first they release the unrated dvd and the theatrical cut (with extra material not included on the unrated disc) and now they're putting this out. it's like they were taking notes on anchor bay's re-re-re-releases of evil dead.
F*ck those fox faggots
I've had it!
(ps, I bought my copy of Reno 911 the movie used for like 5 bucks so what am I complaining about)
And is the Reno movie that popular to begin with? I like Reno the show but the movie (save for glints of brilliance) was pretty bland and not all that funny.
The only director's cuts that run shorter than the theatrical: Reno 911 Miami and the Coen Brothers' Blood Simple.
Take that for what it's worth.
The Big Lebowski 10th Anniversary DVD 9/9
"Sorry dude, it's just my view." - JENNY 1989-2010
TimBuktu: I don't actually know the guy
TimBuktu: I met him once at a porno party
They just released a special edition Lebowski set last year, can it be worth it to revisit it? As Yumitree said before, this (also) sounds like Evil Dead territory.
this edition isn't really all that much better than the last special edition. it's must more fluff crap loaded onto the original fluff pieces. wait for the 15th anniversary edition.