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  • Actors: Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Fremantle Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 18 Feb. 2013
  • Run Time: 509 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AG67GS2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,022 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Bust out your Austin 3:16 shirt, strike a 5-second pose, heat up a delicious slice of pie and count down to Y2J all over again with The Attitude Era...

Go back to the days of dysfunction, disorder, and defiance. When radical antiheroes ditched 'saying their prayers and taking their vitamins' for opening up a can of whoop ass and laying the Smackdown; when rebels ruled the airwaves and PG stood for 'puppies and grapefruits.'

This 2-disc slobberknocker is packed with all the action that pushed censors to new limits, shattered cable TV ratings and crushed WWE's competition like a Spanish announcer's table.


The Austin/McMahon rivalry.

The invention of Hell In A Cell, TLC, Brawl For All and more!

The revamping of Superstars' entrance music.

All the top WWE Superstars such as 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin, The Rock, Mick Foley (all 3 of them!), DX, Undertaker, Edge & Christian, Chris Jericho, Trish Stratus, The McMahons, Kane, APA, Sable, Goldust, Val Venis and many more!

Includes 85 mins of Blu-ray Exclusive Extras!!

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By Paul McNamee TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 Jan. 2013
Format: DVD
The Attitude Era is WWE's first comprehensive effort to address that glory period of then-WWF wrestling from 1997-2000 outside of the occasional clip in an anniversary product or superstar-specific collection. It comprises an hour-long documentary and just under six hours of promos, interviews and matches from those years (with another 70 minutes' worth on the Blu-ray edition), and ticks just about every box for things you could hope to find, from hardcore championship bouts to career-launching promos and beyond.

Given the wealth of archive footage presented, it's not really fair to say the documentary on Disc 1 is the main feature. If anything, IT is the extra, providing some level of context to the hours of matches and whathaveyou presented elsewhere. Still, it's a fitting and suitable testament to the many highs (and grudgingly accepted lows) of the period that appeared to change pro wrestling forever. I say `appeared' because the state of WWE's product now is further away from the ideals of the Attitude Era than we could have predicted, even as recently as 4-5 years after it ended. Still, during '97-'00 at least, it showed no signs of stopping, and welcomed an older audience with profanity, crudity, sexuality and violence. This was the time that I got into wrestling, and looking back over the whole period over Christmas it holds up pretty well, but it is doubtless romanticized by fans unhappy with modern output, and some of the documentary's interviewees are quick to point out that for every genius idea like Hell In A Cell there was a dud like Brawl For All, and Road Dogg is adamant that despite his participation (and proliferation) way back when, there's no way he'd let his kids watch it now.
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The Birth of Attitude

Entrance Music

D-Generation X

Austin vs. McMahon

Long-Arching Stories


New Demographic




Wealth of Talent

The World Was Watching

Watershed Period
Jim Ross interviews Goldust & Marlena
Raw - Nov 3, 1997

Steve Austin Throws the InterContinental Championship Off A Bridge
Raw - Dec 15, 1997

Soldier of Love
Raw - May 4, 1998

Mr McMahon Presents Mankind with the WWE Hardcore Championship
Raw - Nov 2, 1998

Jim Ross Interviews Triple H
Sunday Night Heat - July 25, 1999

An Evening At The Friendly Tap
SmackDown! - Jan 20, 2000

Mae Young and the Acolyte Protection Agency
SmackDown! - Jan 27, 2000

"The Jug Band"
Judgment Day 2000

Triple H Trains Trish Stratus
SmackDown! - July 27, 2000

Edges Totally Awesome Birthday
Raw - Oct 30, 2000

The Rocks Message to His Hell in a Cell Opponents
Raw - Dec 4, 2000



Mike Tyson Joins DX
Raw - Mar 2, 1998

A New Beginning For D-Generation X
Raw - March 30, 1998

Sable vs. "Marvelous" Marc Mero
Raw - May 11, 1998

Nation of Degeneration
Raw - July 6, 1998

Brawl for All Match
Bart Gunn vs. "Dr Death" Steve Williams
Raw - July 27, 1998

Four Corners Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
The Undertaker & Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Kane & Mankind vs. The New Age Outlaws vs.
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The Attitude Era is the most famous, loved and influential era in wrestling history. During this time i was a teenager and impressionable, who wasnt?. I loved WWF/WWE. This DVD goes over that era. Were talking about some of the greatest wrestlers ever. Austin, The Rock, Foley, Taker and the DX lads. The chicks were awesome, the guys were cool as, the storylines were engrossing and the promos were at times hilarious. I always think back fondly to this time where the wrestlers took it to the next level, which they have since stepped back from primarily to keep the younger kids watching and the merchandise flowing.

This presentation could and should have been ten times better. Sure it's got a lot of great footage. Hours and hours of it that you can just sit back and watch. Some bits id actually forgotten about like a four team tag match that had the who's who of the era. The problem i have is that there's nothing to tie it all together. It's just a collection of matches and promos and there not even in chronological order.

Continuing on from that point there is the documentary. This is just over an hour long. This is by no means the story of the attitude era, which it should have been. It's merely a documentary on what set the era from the previous ones. No-one of any note is interviewed in the doc apart from half a minute with Vince. Its just a hour of telling us that the boundaries were pushed and stepped over and the interviewees seem to be back slapping each out and cringing in equal measures. Which for my money is disappointing.

Ultimately the footage is there but to some degree it's meaningless. A presentation that talked us through the era from start to end going over the story lines would have been brilliant even if it was on multiple releases.
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