Threshold episode division per disc?

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  1. Josh Forsythe

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    I was a big fan of Threshold when it was on, and I saw that there were 4 unaired episodes included on the complete series DVD coming out tomorrow. I'd like to Netflix the set, but I want to make sure to watch just the unaired episodes. Does anyone have a list of what episodes are on what disc of the 4-disc set?

    Thanks,
    Josh
     
  2. RogerH

    RogerH Supporting Actor

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    I haven't seen a breakdown yet. I won't be getting this one right away but its on my to get list for sure.
     
  3. Phil Iturralde

    Phil Iturralde Screenwriter

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    THRESHOLD - The Complete Series
    - "They're Here. More are Coming"

    Widescreen Enhanced for 16:9 TVS
    Dolby Digital 5.1

    Disk 1
    - Trees Made Of Glass - 2 Hour Pilot - (Airdate: 9/16/05)
    - Blood of the Children - (Airdate: 9/23/05)
    - The Burning - (Airdate: 9/30/05)
    ---- Deleted Scenes from "Trees Made of Glass"

    Disk 2
    - Shock - (Airdate: 10/7/05)
    - Pulse - (Airdate: 10/14/05)
    - The Order - (Airdate: 10/21/05)
    - Revelations - (Airdate: 11/4/05)

    Disk 3
    - Progeny - (Airdate: 11/22/05)
    - The Crossing - (Unaired)
    - Outbreak - (Unaired)
    - Vigilante - (Unaired)

    Disk 4
    - Alienvile - (Unaired)
    ---- Special Feature:
    ....... The Threshold Brain Trust
    ....... Threshold Visual Effects
    ....... Behind the Fractal

    This SD DVD Looks near HD (must be a HiDef transfer) with my Toshiba HD-A1!!! [​IMG]

    Phil
     
  4. Richard Michael Clark

    Richard Michael Clark Second Unit

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    I keep doing double-takes when I see "unaired" listed on these sets!
    Here in the UK we seem to get all of these shows complete in first run, we certainly did with the likes of Threshold and Point Pleasant.

    It's a shame Threshold ended up being so wretched as it started off with an interesting idea. At least they gave it a semi wrap-up in the final episode, although it's half-hearted at best.
     
  5. Mark Talmadge

    Mark Talmadge Cinematographer

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    12 Episodes and probably set for 59.99. Threshold, Invasion and some of those others which were canceled and not concluded in a final episode. They're just not important enough for me to invest in the set. BAH.
     
  6. John Swarce

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    I agree with you on that point, Mark. Although, I REALLY liked Invasion, and I wasn't too bothered by the ending of it. I've seen enough movies that end on the same note. Invasion is probably the only set I will pick up, but I may wait for a lower price point (isn't it amazing how many of these TV on DVD sets that origianlly were $40-$45 on release are now going for $19.99??)

    John
     
  7. Josh Forsythe

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    Thanks a lot for all your help... 12 episodes for $40 seems really high, but I'll definitely buy it when it hits that $20 that I'm sure it'll hit in a little bit here.

    For now, though, straight into my queue.

    Josh
     
  8. Phil Iturralde

    Phil Iturralde Screenwriter

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    I recommend that the fans of this series to watch eBay, ... I got my NEW DVD Set @ eBay for $18.99 + $5 SH (sent Priority Mail [​IMG] ), and received it yesterday (8-21-06). [​IMG]

    I already watched Disk 1 and because of the excellent PQ, I'm seeing more details this time around with all the closeups and distance scenes (didn't have HDTV during its run).

    The DD-5.1 soundtrack is clear, dynamic without masking the dialog during the action scenes. The surrounds are used effectively generally but especially during the creepy scenes.

    HD-A1 HDMI / Analog Audio

    Phil
     

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