I love this online series and now I can get season one and two on DVD. Season 2 DVD will have a lot of extras including commentary tracks, gag reels and extra bonus videos. My favorite feature will be a “Play All” option without credits… a marathon mode, sweet.
The Guild is a must own for any fan of RPG’s either table top or especially MMORPG. There are ton’s of geeky references as we get to follow both the online lives and IRL lives of the guild members. Best representation of an IRL boss battle Ever!
The Guild Season 3 Auto-Tune Recap
I love the Guild and The Gregory Brothers who do Auto-Tune the news, you could guess my response to a video recap of season 3 Auto-tuned! Watch above.
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When it came time to do a recap of Season 3, we thought we’d do something new and different. Everyone at The Guild had become big fans of The Gregory Brothers, creators of Auto-Tune the News, and we got to meet them in person at this year’s Streamy Awards where they won three Streamys and rocked the audience with their live performance and Magical Streamys Remix Video (watch it, it’s awesome) So, we asked if they would lend their talents to our recap (embedded below).
The Gregory Brothers crack me up. I really enjoy their auto-tuned news and their time travel remix songs are very poignant.
If you haven't picked up season 3 yet it is now available on DVD
The official release date for season four is July 13th!
(via The Guild)
Claudia Donovan To visit Eureka
Exploring: Eureka Season 4
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I'm looking forward to the return of geeky fun with Eureka season 4. Season four will premier on July 9th and run for 22 episodes.
Warehouse 13 Crosses Over Into Eureka
Claudia Donovan pays a visit to Eureka, hoping to see some amazing technological wonders. Random object begin appearing around town growing ever more dangerous. Claudia, Fargo and Sheriff Carter work together to solve the mystery before the anomalies have deadly consequences.
This is going to be awesome I really like Scag's (Allison Scagliotti) character Claudia though it will be dangerous to have her and Fargo running around anywhere.
"Crossing Over," will air on August 6.
What to expect in season four
- New regular character: Dr. Grant – played by James Callis who as a former resident of the town whose unexpected return is cause for serious alarm and, considering his romantic interest in Allison Blake.
- Guest appearance: Dr. Isaac Parrish – played by Wil Wheaton he will be the head of the Non-Lethal Weapons lab at Global Dynamics. He is described as having a dry wit, superior attitude makes him a thorn in Fargo’s side — with potentially disastrous consequences.
- there will be a cataclysmic shift turns their lives upside down
Here is some fun with the Fargonator. Watch the video above.
Watch Eureka Streaming Online Below
Review: Glee 109 Wheels
When Artie's chances of traveling with the group to Regionals are in question, Will challenges the kids to step out of their comfort zones and experience life from a different point of view. Meanwhile, the Glee Club hosts its first “diva-off” between Kurt and Rachel, and Sue reveals a softer side. Glee 109 Wheels airs on November 11, 2009. Watch it streaming online on Hulu
Glee 109 Wheels trailer
What did you think about Glee 109 Wheels?
Let me know in the comments below what you like, dislike and are your favorite moments?
Glee just gets better and better. In Wheels the students are challenged to explore what it is like to live with a disability. They start with Artie and what it is like to be in a wheel chair and then they sneak in some bigger questions and points. Imagine what Sue might have to say about the subject.
I really have to give them credit for how they handled people with down syndrome. Having a niece with down syndrom I tend to get defensive and protective whenever the subject gets brought. They did such a good job I was brought almost to tears, kudos!
- I love how they approached and explored the subject of people with disabilities
- Artie's singing dancing with myself is brilliant!
- The interaction between Artie and Tina
- the choreography with the wheel chair just gets better and more elaborate
- the diva off between Rachel and Kurt
- seeing some examples of the difficulties of being in a wheel chair
- I was very impressed with how they handled down syndrom in this episode almost brought me to tears.
- Kurts dad
- The guest appearance by Vork from the Guild!!!
- The secret recipe left me laughing.
- Nothing it is a great episode
DVD Releases: October 13, 2009
- Legend of the Seeker: The Complete First Season: I love this show and highly recommend it. Legend of the Seeker is how sword and sorcery TV should be done. The acting, story and choreography is of such high caliber. It’s a must own for me, for any fan of Fantasy and for any fan of really good TV.
- Drag Me to Hell: I'm just not sure about this one. I like Sam Rami so that is a plus, it got decent reviews another plus and the premise kind of hooks me. That said I have been tortured by bad movies claiming to be horror for too long and I am concerned that this one might drag the viewer through a tortuous experience (not the good kind) to watch this movie. Maybe I'm too much of a cowered or have too much suffering in my own life to risk it on this movie. please someone who has watched it clear up this F.U.D. (fear, uncertainty & doubt) and give me a reason to watch this movie.
- Land of the Lost: The trailer looks funny which originally peeked my interest. Will Ferrell is funny but also a hit or miss for me with his movies. After it got tanked in the reviews I became more cautious about Land of the Lost but I have not given up on the movie because most of the complaints are that it's too cheesy which is exactly what the original show was like. I may still watch this one but it does not go very high on my rental list.
DVD Releases: October 6, 2009
- The Guild: Seasons 1 & 2: The Guild is hilarious, geeky, fun! Fans of RPG's and MMORPG's will love this show. I first got into it because Felicia Day rules and am not let down. The guilds actual release was on September 29th but I did not want to miss this one. A great example of an independent production The Guild is a must own. Watch a music video "Date My Avatar" from the Guild to get an idea of how funny this show is.
- Year One: Banished from their primitive village after the tribe elders deem them too lazy, Zed and Oh embark upon an adventure-filled journey through the ancient world. Being a Jack Black movie sparked my interest in Year One. The trailers looked funny and now I can rent it. If you have watched Year One let me know what you think about it.
- Red Dwarf: Back to Earth: I love Red Dwarf. I started watching it on PBS as a child and have really enjoyed watching it now on DVD. For those just getting into Red Dwarf you should really start back at the beginning since the impact and probably several jokes will be lost like Lister getting to finally go back to earth to get his Island home on Fiji. I haven't watched Back to Earth but eagerly await to rent it.