Robin of Sherwood is a 1980’s British series starring Michael Praed as Robin of Loxley, Ray Winstone as Will Scarlet, and Nickolas Grace as the Sheriff of Nottingham. The series is very dated, from Praed’s shag haircut to the synthesizer background music. But the Irish band Clannad’s frequent contributions are fantastic. The 2-part pilot episode introduces the audience to Robin and his merry men, with a fairly traditional telling of the legend. This series combines the popular tale of Robin Hood with magic, myth, and plenty of swashbuckling action.
On June 7, 2011, all 13 episodes from seasons 1 and 2 of the series will be released on Blu-ray for the first time. There are over 8 hours of special features including: commentaries, featurettes, behind-the-scenes documentary, outtakes, photo galleries, a 40-page booklet, and scripts from the show.
The Synopsis: On the high energy Star Car racing circuit, driver Trance Caldron and Team Earth are independent, undisciplined, and out to prove themselves. After they stumble onto an attempt by archrival Team Tagmatian to overthrow the peacekeeping Alliance leadership, the prestigious Star Car Championship becomes a mach speed backdrop for a deadly showdown where the fate of the universe hangs in the balance. Trance must push his car, his team, and himself to the limit. In a race between good and evil… Winning is everything.
Zachary Levi returns as the government’s geekiest spy in the third season of Chuck. Chuck Bartowski was a simple Buy More computer expert, part of the “Nerd Herd”, who accidentally uploaded the latest Intersect 2.0 to his brain. Now, Chuck doesn’t just know things, he has access to every kind of combat skill as well as other convenient skills. Chuck now as the potential to be a real spy. With the help of his handlers, Sarah and Casey, Chuck may have a chance. But Chuck’s big heart may be holding him back from being the detached agent that the government wants him to be.
Chuck and cast are back for another season of danger and suspense, and always plenty of laughs. The cast is solid. And the characters keep growing and developing. Just when I thought the show was getting stagnate, they upgrade Chuck to 2.0, giving the show a fresh new spin. I love the direction this latest season has gone. I hope the momentum continues. With a slew of fantastic special guest stars, this may be the best season yet.
Fox publicity is offering a special gift to fans of Dollhouse and Joss Whedon The release of Dollhouse Season 2 on Blu-ray and DVD is October 12, which includes 13 episodes from the final season of the series.
Those who pre-order Dollhouse Season 2 here: http://www.foxconnect.com/dollhouse-season-2-blu-ray-comic-con.html will receive a free lithograph poster – but only while supplies last! Also, shipping on these pre-orders will be free (for a limited time only).
More about the release: From creative mastermind Joss Whedon comes the second and final season of the sexy, suspenseful thriller Dollhouse on Blu-ray and DVD October 12 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. The collectible set includes all 13 episodes of Dollhouse, a limited edition exclusive comic book, and bonus audio commentary by Joss Whedon and series writers Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen.
Joss Whedon’s take on the ultimate identity theft follows a cast of Actives, or Dolls, who serve as agents of Dollhouse, an illegal underground organization providing elite clientele with programmable human beings. Personality imprints allow Actives to temporarily become anyone or anything—the perfect burglar, lover, spy or assassin. When the mission is completed, memories are wiped clean. The all-star Dollhouse cast is led by Eliza Dushku as Echo and Tahmoh Penikett as Paul Ballard.
Disc Features Include: The Dollhouse Season Two four-disc DVD or three-disc Blu-ray collection includes a retrospective with Joss Whedon and cast roundtable about the series. A gag reel and deleted scenes from top episodes are also included. Disc contents include episodes 1-13: “Vows,” “Instinct,” “Belle Chose,” “Belonging” and “The Public Eye,” “The Left Hand,” “Meet Jane Doe,” “A Love Supreme,” “Stop-Loss” and “The Attic,” “Getting Closer,” The Hollow Men,” and “Epitaph 2: The Return.”
The complete 13 episodes of the final season are presented in wide screen format with English, 5.1 DTS sound and English, Spanish, French and Portuguese subtitles.
The four-disc DVD and three-disc Blu-ray set will be available on Oct. 12, 2010 for suggested retail price of $49.98 U.S./$59.98 Canada and $59.99 U.S./$69.99 Canada, respectively. Prebook date is September 1, 2010.