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Malcolm in the Middle: The Complete First Season [DVD]
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This release is intact as originally aired with no cuts, and with the original music.
'Is it just me or is my life starting to get weird? Here's what I did this week: I ate waffles while my dad had his back shaved, I found out I had an I.Q. of 165, I threw chocolate pudding in a guy's face, I yelled at a kid in a wheelchair, I got transferred to a new class, and somewhere in there, my butt got dipped in red paint. That's normal, right?'
Enjoy all 16 episodes from Season 1 of this much loved series Presented in its original widescreen!
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For many years I've been keeping a close eye on TVShowsonDVD.com for Malcolm to appear. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air seasons 5 and 6 were announced on there after a 4-year gap for the same reason of music costs and when the news broke I was overjoyed, however this website does not report the Region 2 (UK) releases. Today, I was flicking through the ratings for my favorite TV shows, making sure they were 'okay'. I was a bit curious about how 'Supernatural's ratings had decreased over the last season or two which led me to learn all about the 'Friday night death slot', that wiki article lead me to Malcolm in the Middle, which was shunted to this death slot in it's final season resulting in it's cancellation and upon scrolling down the page I saw the news. The news that Fabulous Films would be releasing all 7 seasons in the UK this year.
I let out a squeel of joy, what I had been waiting for for so many years was finally a reality. Anyway, every month now, culminating in a 'Complete Collection' before Christmas a new season of Malcolm in the Middle will be released on DVD. It's been a long and tumultuous wait but that is finally over now.Read more ›
Series 1 – Episode 1, Pilot, 9th January 2000
Series 1 – Episode 2, Red Dress, 16th January 2000
Series 1 – Episode 3, Home Alone 4, 23rd January 2000
Series 1 – Episode 4, Shame, 6th February 2000
Series 1 – Episode 5, Malcolm Babysits, 13th February 2000
Series 1 – Episode 6, Sleepover, 20th February 2000
Series 1 – Episode 7, Francis Escapes, 27th February 2000
Series 1 – Episode 8, Krelboyne Picnic, 12th March 2000
Series 1 – Episode 9, Lois vs. Evil, 19th March 2000
Series 1 – Episode 10, Stock Car Races, 2nd April 2000
Series 1 – Episode 11, Funeral, 9th April 2000
Series 1 – Episode 12, Cheerleader, 16th April 2000
Series 1 – Episode 13, Rollerskates, 30th April 2000
Series 1 – Episode 14, The Bots and the Bees, 7th May 2000
Series 1 – Episode 15, Smunday, 14th May 2000
Series 1 – Episode 16, Water Park, 21st May 2000
Malcolm Vision (a few bloopers)
A Stroke Of Genius (50min documentary on the show)
Season One Promos (7mins of Fox trailers for the show)
Dewey's Day Job - portrait of Erik Per Sullivan (5mins documentary on Erik away from the show)
Cold Opens (4 alternate show openings)
Season One Gag Reel
Behind The Middle (preview of season 2)
Firstly, I discovered that the picture format on the R2 disks is actually 720 x 480 at 30fps. R2 is normally formatted for PAL compatibility, which would require 720 x 576 at 25fps (576i 50Hz). What we have here is the same picture format as the R1 release, which is intended for the NTSC standard. Both Releases are interlaced (480i 60hz). The menus and navigation are almost identical to the R1 Release.
I quickly noticed a problem with a juddering effect on panning scenes, where the motion appears to be rather jerky. On investigation, this looks to be due to the source material having been de-interlaced and then re-interlaced. This results in a bigger, so less fluid movement between each frame, as well as every fourth frame being shown twice in a five-frame set; all contributing to the effect, which personally, I find quite distracting. The R1 Release does not suffer this problem. It also suggests this R2 transfer is from another video source rather than from the original film.
Also to note are the average bit rates on the R2 Release Disk 1, which are significantly lower than the R1 set. I thought this might be to make space on the dual-layer disk for the Original Pilot, which is not on the R1 set, but curiously, less than 7Gb of the available 8.5Gb is actually used.
The early episodes do seem to exhibit quite a bit of grain and noise.Read more ›
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Classic, i used to watch this and now watched again, its still funny and a great seriesPublished 4 months ago by Stevem
M.I.T.M. is a rare thing. An American series that was consistently great, comedy that worked on many levels with an insightful, depreciating sense of irony, that U.S. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Steven Stratton
I have attempted to buy this series from Amazon 4 times now, and each time I get a terrible quality DVD. Not just a bad picture, but unwatchable in red and green only. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mrs R Bravely