Mere text does not tell the story of this well produced box set, so it's off to DoBlu's YouTube page
DoBlu took the time to review the set right: Nine total reviews (10 if you count this video) spanning three decades of horror.
Paramount titles the set “The Complete Adventures,” and in reference to the movies, that's true. In terms of extras, not so much.
Now, unequivocally, DoBlu has the most detailed review of the Alien Blu-ray release on the 'net.
... the fifth bonus disc with additional content that will make you wonder why Warner didn't simply include this content on the movies themselves.
Inside, you'll find a 75-page coffee table book, replica poster, and four nicely made coasters, plus a pleather container to hold the latter.
The discs are not the only thing to consider, as the studio has stuffed a decently sized box full of goodies.
Willy Wonka's mysterious factory tour is so grand, a simple Blu-ray release just wouldn't suffice.
DoBlu's YouTube is active once again, this time looking over Warner's surprisingly well made 25th Anniversary box set for The Goonies.
It's time to dissect the contents of Universal's most lavish offering in hi-def: the so called Limited Edition.
The movies have been reviewed in their entirety and the extras have been dissected, so there's only one thing left to talk about as far as Star Wars on Blu-ray goes: the physical packaging itself.
It's sort of hard to think that Ninja Turtles III came out on Blu-ray before Jurassic Park and Star Wars