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Alien Quadrilogy (9 Disc Complete Box Set) [DVD] [&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Sigourney Weaver
70 of 81 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Bad news for Region 2, 29 Nov 2003
Yes, the Alien Quadrilogy is one of the greatest DVDs ever to be release, and one of the most anticipated. With over 45hrs of special features, it has enough to keep even the most demanding Alien fan entertained.
However, despite many sites assuring that the different regions of the discs are the same, it has now been confirmed that they are not. Region 1 viewers over in America have the superior set. Why? Let me explain.
The extended cut of Alien 3 has new scenes edited in. Because they were never intended for use in the original film, the required dubbing and voice-overs by the actors was never completed. Therefore, in certain bits the sound is inaudible. While the region 1 disc… Read more
The Evil Dead Trilogy [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Bruce Campbell
The Evil Dead Trilogy [DVD] DVD ~ Bruce Campbell
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Scary. Terrifying. Hilarious. Blood-Curdling. Shocking. Greusome. Gory. Need I say more?
Without a doubt the Evil Dead trilogy is one of the best in the horror genre. This box set brings together the highlights of all the seperate DVDs into one easy to swallow package.
The commentaries on all films are extremely interesting, as are the numerous outtakes, deleted scenes, photo galleries and more on the 1st and 3rd disc. However, one thing which is a bit on the down side is the features on the 2nd disc, with only a trailer and "Making-Of" feature, but the excellent commentary with the star, director and producer makes up for the lack of other things.
The 4th disc has some great… Read more
"Voyager" Companion (Star Trek: Voyager) by Paul Ruditis
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
If you are looking for endless behind-the-scenes info and photographs, a humourus writing style and lots of jokes and witty comments, then this book is definetely not for you. However, if you want lots of facts and information that can be learned just by watching the episode itself, a monotonous writing tone, and very little behind-the-scenes stuff, of which all can be found on any obsessed Voyager fan's website, then this book is for you.
Unlike the previous 'bible' that is the Deep Space Nine companion, this book provides very little of what companions are all about, a pitiful amount of behind-the-scenes stuff and a writer who seems to have no personality and clearly did not know… Read more