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The Simpsons - Season 14 [DVD]
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The longest-running primetime animated series in history, The Simpsons is also a cultural institution. Now in its 14th season, The Simpsons has an extremely loyal and dedicated fan base worldwide. Intelligently written, subversively humorous and delightfully witty, the show pokes fun at itself and everything in its wake.
This season's stellar guest voices include rock 'n' roll legends Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Lenny Kravitz, Tom Petty, Elvis Costello and Brian Setzer. Also paying Springfield a visit are Elliott Gould, Marisa Tomei, Little Richard and the dynamic duo of Adam West and Burt Ward. Pro skateboarding legend Tony Hawk and alternative rock band Blink 182 will lend their voices to the historic 300th episode.
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The theme for this season is Halloween and it is carried through across the discs and the packaging.
- Treehouse of Horrors 13
* Send in the Clones
* The Fright to Creep and Scare Harms
* The Island of Dr Hibbert
- How I Spent My Strummer Vacation
- Bart vs Lisa vs the Third Grade
- Large Marge
- Helter Shelter
- "In the Beginning" - all of the "warnings" and introductions to the Treehouse of Horrors episodes from number 1 to number 13
- "It's only Rock `n' Roll - a look at the Strummer Vacation episode
- "Sketch Gallery 1"
- Great Louse Detective
- Special Edna
- The Dad Who Knew Too Much
- The Strong Arms of the Ma
- Pray Anything
- Barting Over - 300th episode
- 300th Episode (1 min 54 secs)
- Sketch Gallery II
- I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can
- A Star is Born, Again
- Mr Spritz goes to Washington
- `Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky
- Three Gays of the Condo
- The Halloween Classics - clips from the THOH episodes from over the 14 seasons
- Special Language Feature - a list of the available subtitles is hardly an extra
- Dude, Where's My Ranch - the Christmas special
- Old Yeller-Belly
- Break My Wife, Please
- The Bart of War
- Moe Baby Blues
- Foolish Earthlings - clips of Kang and Kodos
- Animation Showcase
There are also commentaries on all of the 22 episodes.
The soundtrack is in English only but the subtitles come in: Danish, English, Finish, Norwegian and Swedish
Sideshow Bob (Kelsey Grammer) appears in "Great Louse Detective" where he attempts to discover who is trying to kill Homer, and the list is long.
The animated menus are, as always, interesting and I spend several minutes watching each variation, which continues the theme of Halloween, which runs through box decoration.
Considering that Season 14 was originally broadcast in 2002/2003 it's still fun and a great way to pass the time.
The production design of the package is lovely. Fox have gone for a Halloween theme for this one and it looks great. The Blu Ray presents each episode in 1.33:1 1080p with DTS HD-MA sound. There are a decent amount of extras, which are entertaining. But the best of them is the fact that disc 3 contains two Treehouse of Horror episodes (V and VI) from 1994 and 1995. These episodes are actually the best Treehouse of Horrors (V was heavily cut in the UK due to the gore and violence), and I suspect they were included to make up for the fact that the Halloween episode in Season 14 was so bad. I should also point out that Treehouse of Horror V and VI look much better on Blu Ray than their DVD counterparts, proving that earlier seasons could benefit from being released on the format. But since Fox have been releasing The Simpsons to the home video market since 2001 and are only at Season 14 I wouldn't hold your breath.
From season 11 onwards the packaging for each season has been poor and cheaply made, although the animation and themes on the packaging has been good, the cardboard that is used is very flimsy. The slots to put the DVDs in are very tight and difficult to remove the DVDs from. Also over time (as seen in other seasons) the packaging begins to tear and look old.
PS. The only reason I did not give this 5 stars is because of the packaging.