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April 05 2009

Dollhouse Season One Blu-Ray is up for pre-order at Amazon. When more info is available on what it'll have, that info will most likely be here.

It must be a sign of the times that the Blu-ray version is available for pre-ordering but the DVD isn't. Me I'm holding out for the VHS edition.
Yeah Simon, I think I'll wait until it comes out on laserdisc.
Me I'm holding out for the VHS edition.

You crazy kids and all your new technology. What's wrong with Betamax all of a sudden, huh?
Did I fall asleep?
The amazon page is up for the regular dvd here.
Could high pre-orders help save the show?
Definitely couldn't hurt!
I am so behind the times that I only got a DVR for the first time last week.
What? I'm still using 8mm film *lol*

Hopefully there will be an European release of the dvd set (don't have HD equipment and I don't see the point of it)
Let me know when it's out on Super-8. Meanwhile, get off my lawn you damn kids!

(Shakes tiny fist at Krusher!)

[ edited by zz9 on 2009-04-05 19:46 ]
zz9 At least you have sound, I don't. And Super8 film is still being made..

[ edited by Krusher on 2009-04-05 19:54 ]
I presume the UK release will come after the show has been on Sci fi...
Sound? It's just a fad! I like those cards that come up with the dialogue on them everytime someone speaks!
Thanks for the link Wilder, I have signed up for the alert for when the regular DVD of Dollhouse is on sale (I hope we get lots of commentary!).
Dollhouse "Needs" #2 on iTunes.
And number one on Hulu. :P
Let me know when it's out in Polaroid Instant Film Flipbook format.
Now, now people. You must embrace the new technology, I finally have (stares at favorite cave art drawing). No, really, I have.
Why paint a bison if it's dead?
Why paint a bison if it's dead?

To give you what you need, not what you want.
I'm moving up in the tech world! A tablet computer! With real clay tablets!
Oh and I want Miracle Laurie with Felicia Day to sing the Commentary!
Got you beat, MissKittysMom. Just picked up a mint abacus, with waxed strings and all!
Doubtful see weblink! Doubtful confused! Doubtful SMASH!

[ edited by doubtful guest on 2009-04-05 22:27 ]
The Dollhouse-Pushing Daisies bundle sure is tempting.
I payed $35 a year ago for Season 1 of Mad Men on Blu-Ray, something folks can get online for $20 now. Season 2 is available for $37. So, while I wouldn't mind owning Dollhouse on Blu-Ray, I sure as fuck am not putting down $50 for it. Now, of course, that $48.99 pricetag could be total bullshit. But, if it's not...
My guess is the price will drop before release.
FOX blu-rays do seem more expensive than other studios. The Pushing Daisies set with the same number of episodes is only $35. But I've always thought FOX made the best TV dvds so hopefully this will be full of extras. Still pretty high though.
Did anyone else notice this in the plot synopsis:

Joss Whedon, creator of the groundbreaking cult favorites, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," and "Firefly," returns to television and reunites with fellow "Buffy" alumna, Eliza Dushku, for a thrilling new drama, DOLLHOUSE.

Why remind people of Firefly and not of Angel?!
I read that quite a lot. I think some people tend to see Angel as part of the Buffyverse, and sometimes they like to mention all 'verses, not all shows.

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