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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Tyler T, Dec 8, 2001.
UNSOLVED MYSTERIES SEASON BY SEASON!!!!!
(updates included with seamless branching)
I definately wouldn't mind this. I've loved this show for years.
Actually, I would like to start a petition of this!
I think the first few seasons were owned by Buena Vista, so that would probably be hard to try to release seasons of UM on DVD because they have never released any TV product before. Also, they could (please no!) make a best-of!!!
But, if Survivor can get a DVD version (even though that was strictly and for good reason a best-of) why can't UM?
Anyway people watching the discs could solve a mystery!
This is a nice fantasy!
I know this is a thread about unsolved mysteries, but....
Even better, how about "In Search of.." I would gladly pay for that...
The stupidest thing I want on DVD is...
REN AND STIMPY!
How about Beavis and Butthead with videos intact?
I WANT INVADER ZIM!!!!
Thank you...that is all.
Beavis and Butthead w/videos on DVD, huh-huh, that would like kick ass or something..huh-huh!
That's not stupid. This is:
I really, really, REALLY (really) want Greates American Hero on DVD.
Ok Unsolved Mysteries is not stupid!!!!!!
And I would love to see these other shows on DVD:
Beavis and Butthead
Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures (cartoon series not the horrible live action series)
Ren and Stimpy
Fantasy Island is ok with me...
I've never heard of In Search of...
Invader Zim sucks... (sorry about that!)
Also another thing I want on DVD is Mystery Science Theater 3000 season by season. Even though it would be a huge boxed set, it's better than getting the random episodes (and if Twin Peaks can get a 7 disc set with features and DTS than why not MST3k?)...
Plus they could also try to get the rights to the movies they did when they were with KTLA (or something like that) and release those. Plus Universal needs to get MST3K: The Movie released because it was an early Image release. As a matter of fact I would also like them to do other Image releases.
I don't really mind MST3K releasing random episodes, just put them out at a faster clip. A season by season set would rock, but it is pretty unrealistic. It would be huge and Rhino probably doesn't have the bucks to handle such a large task.
Tales From The Darkside
Tales From The Crypt
etc. (not a show, but merely etcetera)
"The Greatest American Hero"? Right on!!! I would LOVE to see this series released on DVD! To this day, I still find myself humming the theme song once a week or so... the show is cheesy to the hilt, but I still love it. Growing up hasn't jaded me one bit on this subject.
I'm still waiting for Gilligan's Island and the (original) Flintstones.
Some of my guilty-pleasure TV wants:
Greatest American Hero
Misfits Of Science (movie & series - Courtney Cox as "Glow" - YEAH!)
"V" - The Final Battle/The Series
Knight Rider (original)
Six Million Dollar Man
Buck Rogers (Gil Gerard)
Little Rascals (all episode not released yet)
Goldorak (not sure what the actual Anime title is, it was in French for me)
Spiderman (70s cartoon throw in some "Max the 2000 year old mouse" snippets to make it more nostalgic)
Rocket Robin hood (70s cartoon throw in some "Max the 2000 year old mouse" snippets to make it more nostalgic)
I hate to rain on your MST3K parade, but boxed full seasons will never happen. A good percentage (over half, I'm sure) of the episodes use movies they no longer have the rights to use. To re-acquire the rights would be very expensive - the fact that they were used in MST3K episodes has made the rights to those movies several times more expensive than they were when originally done. Plus, several people apparently sold the rights to MST3K without paying attention to what they do with the movies and were very insulted by their comments, and have vowed to never renew the rights to those movies (specifically, the guy who made The Amazing Colossal Man and its sequel falls into this category).
Sad but true, there will probably never be a way to legally see every episode of MST3K.