MST3K: Volume XXIX still provides a healthy enough chunk of supplemental material to be of historic interest for the dedicated collector.
A generous package for a historic occasion, the capital-quality 25th Anniversary Edition is perfect for hardcore MSTies and newcomers alike.
The lousy feature-length adaptation of a great television series about terrible movies gets a pretty-good Blu-ray/DVD release courtesy of the ever-reliable Shout! Factory.
This 27th DVD set devoted to the long-running series is a net cast widely across the qualitative layers of this most xenomorphic example of cult television.
An unusually tepid collection of episodes, but one not without riches if you’re willing to dig beneath the surface (down, down…).
The film doesn’t stand shoulder to shoulder with many episodes of the TV show.
I’m not particularly sure what sort of rights issues are at play here, but this “Volume 1” DVD release of AFV begins with what could legitimately be called the show’s post-history.