» 2 Discs
» Special Case
» Slipcase Box
» The Art of Family Guy Book
» 12 Trading Cards
» 3-D Glasses
» Unknown amount
» Family Guy Presents: Blue Harvest (movie)
» Audio Commentary by Seth MacFarlane, Patrick Clark, Mike Elias, David Goodman, Joseph Lee, Dominic Polcino, Danny Smith, Alec Sulkin, and Kara Vallow
» A Conversation With George
» Once In A Lifetime: The Making Of Blue Harvest
» Animatic Version
» Family Guy Star Wars Clip Show
» 3-D Blue Harvest Scene
» Family Guy Promo Trailer
» Something, Something, Something, Darkside preview (easter egg)
» Something, Something, Something, Darkside table reading (easter egg)
» DVD, R1, NTSC
» 4:3 Non-Anamorphic
» English DD 5.1
» English HoH, French, Spanish
» Family Guy Presents: Blue Harvest (movie) (digital copy)
» Original Title: Family Guy Presents : Blue Harvest (2007)
» Directed by: Dominic Polcino
» Original Title: Once in a Lifetime: The Making of Blue Harvest (2008)
» Directed by:
This set gets an eight for really really trying. I mean, this set has a whole bunch of goodies and the artwork design and overall look of it is just wonderful...
... however, despite the creators good eye for graphics the overall quality of the box set feels somewhat disapointing. I wouldn't say that it's made from bad material but it's just the packaging design itself, you know. The bottom line is that this box set will get damaged pretty easily.
The fold-out layout feels flimsy and unpractical. The contents have to little or no support from the thin cardboard, probably making transit damages and creases a common problem on more sets than mine.
So in all fairness, maybe it's just worth a 7 for these downsides but I really really like the details of the graphics. I mean the parody elements of this design are just outstanding, as they make it come so close to an actual Star Wars box set.
Plus, there's a whole bunch of fun stuff included as well so why not give it an eight for good spirits, ey?
The R1 and the R2 version of this set are pretty much the same but the R2UK edition comes with a bonus episode - North by North Quahog, while the R1 has a second disc featuring the film in digital format (so you can transfer and view it on media devices like ipods and such).
All in all the extras are not very impressive and don't even add up to more than 45 minutes or so. On the other hand, for a single episode it's a pretty OK deal but don't really expect to be wowed by the special features.
Enter the options menu and highlight "Resume Episode". Now press left to highlight a hidden marker. Press enter to see a table reading for the next Family Guy Star Wars Spoof, Something, Something, Something, Darkside.
Enter the features menu and highlight "Family Guy Promo". Press left to highlight a hidden marker. Press enter for a sneak preview for the next Family Guy Star Wars Spoof, Something, Something, Something, Darkside.