Dec 20

Fox Friday – Holiday Gift Pack Giveaway

Birdman

Jonathan Oosterhof won the gift set, and there is no need to comment unless you just want to tell me how awesome I am.

Hello there. I have been sent here to offer you a chance to win a three pack of television seasons.

There’s not much that I can say about these, except that they are available for winning by anyone in Canada or the US. Oh, and Family Guy is fucking funny. I haven’t seen Teen Wolf yet, and Futurama used to make me laugh, but I haven’t seen it since the first season.

Anyhow, here’s what you can win. Down at the bottom you will see the basic instructions on how to enter. It is just as easy as any other time, so don’t get your panties in a wad.

Oh yeah, the box sets will be shipped to the winner directly.

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FAMILY GUY VOLUME 12
 

Synopsis

“Family Guy” reaches new heights of hilarity in this outrageous collection of 22 uncensored episodes, including fan-favorite “Into Fat Air,” where the Griffins rock Mount Everest, plus the comedy jackpot “Roads to Vegas” and the milestone 200th episode “Yug Ylimaf,” in which Brian and Stewie develop a curious case of reverse aging thanks to a time machine foul-up. It’s a complete season of laughs with celebrity guest voices Johnny Depp, Jon Hamm, Sofia Vergara and more!

Special Features:

·       200 Episodes Later

·       200th Episode Table

·       Scene Animatic from “Into Fat Air” with Side-by-Side Commentary

·       Scene Animatic from “Total Recall” with Side-by-Side Commentary

·       Full Episode Animatic from “Space Cadet”

·       Comic-Con Panel

·       Audio Commentary on Select Episodes

·       Deleted Scenes

 

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FUTURAMA VOLUME 8
 

Synopsis:

Attention, easily brainwashed citizens of Earth! You are now under the control of “Futurama” Volume Eight — the highly animated sci-fi comedy from “The Simpsons” creator Matt Groening. Packed with mind-altering, brain-exploding extras not shown on TV, this outrageous collection includes 13 mesmerizing episodes featuring maniac street racers, robot grave robbers, and nerve-wracking nose transplants. You’ll watch…you’ll laugh… you’ll obey. The Hypnotoad commands it!

 

Special Features:

·       Audio Commentary on All Episodes

·       Precious Trimmings: A Compendium of Deleted Scenes

·       Futurama University

·       Inside Futurama: The Writers’ Room of Tomorrow 

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TEEN WOLF SEASON 3 PART 1
Synopsis:
 

Four months after the events that nearly ended Jackson’s life and resurrected Peter Hale’s, teen wolf Scott McCall and his friends begin their junior year of high school unaware that a new threat has arrived in Beacon Hills: A pack of Alpha werewolves intent on bringing Derek into their fold, while destroying his young pack.

Special Features

·       Deleted Scenes

·       Gag Reel

·       Return of the Shirtless Montage

·       Back to the Pack

 

Special Features:“Teen Wolf” Season 3 Part 1 DVDStreet Date:                  December 10, 2013Prebook Date:              November 13, 2013

Screen Format:            Widescreen 1.78:1

Audio:                           English DD 5.1

Subtitles:                      English/Spanish/French

Total Run Time:          588 minutes

U.S. Rating:                    TV-14

Closed Captioned:        Yes–

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Well, there you have it. Put a comment in here on either the Google+ feed or the regular comment thingy and you can grab yourself almost 23 hours of commercial free television. That seems like a win-win situation to me.
Not for me though. I don’t get to watch any of this stuff. It is all for you folks.
Birdman
Oct 04

Fox Friday – Bones Season 8 FREE SHIT!

 

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Enter to Win Bones Season 8 on Blu-ray October 8th

“Bones” Season Eight
Unearth even more thrills from “Bones” Season Eight with all-new content! Finally cleared of wrongdoing, Bones reunites with Booth (David Boreanaz) and the squints. Although the team solves some of their most challenging cases yet, madman Christopher Pelant continues his murderous rampage – inching closer to Bones and Booth daily. From solving the mystery of a roller derby darling’s demise to uncovering a previously unrecognized 9/11 hero to stopping a pandemic, Bones and the team make one remarkable discovery after another. Meanwhile, as if the challenges Booth faces with parenthood and his unique relationship with Bones aren’t enough, his mother shows up after a 24-year absence, and there is shocking news about some of his colleagues. Relive all 26 killer episodes!
Special Features
⦁ Commentary on “The Future in the Past”
⦁ Deleted Scene from “The Patriot in Purgatory”
⦁ Deleted Scene from “The Survivor in the Soap”
⦁ Deleted Scene from “The Party in the Pants”
⦁ Dying to Know: Bones Answers Your Questions!
⦁ Bare Bones: Total Fandom-onium
⦁ Gag Reel

For a chance to win your copy of the Blu-ray just answer the simple question below:
Who would you rather have sex with: Fred Sanford, or Archie Bunker?

You big dummy!

Lamont, you big dummy!

Get away from me, you meathead you!

Get away from me, you meathead you!

 

 

 

 

 

Be sure to follow Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment on Twitter @FoxHomeEnt for the latest Blu-ray & DVD releases

Boy the way Glenn Miller played,

Birdman

P.s. I may have changed the question from their boring math one. The answer was 0

Aug 01

I Wasn’t Very Responsible As A Young Adult

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Apparently nobody told my aunt and uncle that back around 1999 or 2000, but it’s true. I didn’t really think very far ahead when it came to anything in those days.

I was reminded of this at my cousin’s fantastic wedding on the weekend.

We drank some beer and got to talking about the good old days, when talk came around to the time I took my cousin Addison for a ride around Lake Erie when I first started hauling cross-border freight.

Day 1

I think he was around nine or so, and had just finished school for the year. I had to pick up a load at the mine in Nephton, Ontario, and would be going relatively close to my aunt and uncle’s place on the way back. I gave them a call on my fancy Nokia phone. It was before the flip phones and it had that Snake game on it. You remember Snake, don’t you?

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Jun 10

Wilfred Season 2 Bluray Giveaway

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Yep, Fox has said I could give a Bluray of Wilfred away to coincide with it’s release on DVD and Bluray later on in June. It’s open to people in Canada and the US, and they will ship it right to your door. If you have one. If not, it will come to wherever you tell them to send it.

When they got in contact with me I was all like, “I wonder what Wilfred is? Must be a mini-series about the life of Wilfred Brimley.” Then I remembered that he spells it “Wilford”. I looked it up on Wikipedia and thought it looked pretty cool, so I started watching season 1 online.

It’s fucking hilarious. Check out this 30 second clip. It doesn’t show the whole pelican scene, but you kind of get the gist. The dark humour is fantastic, and Frodo’s timing is bang on, as is that of Jason Gann, who plays Wilfred.

I seriously get short of breath, laughing at some of this show. It’s not for everyone, but if you don’t mind potty, drug, and sex humour, you should really enjoy this. I would watch season one while they are mailing this one to you. You’ll be happy you did.

Win a copy of WILFRED SEASON TWO

Available on Blu-ray and DVD June 18

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May 01

I Gots Me A Job

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Yep, I got a job delivering fertilizer to farms.

This is awesome, because it combines a few of my favourite things. Farmers, driving, slinging the proverbial shit, and getting a paycheck.

As I was sitting here contemplating what to write about today, I was flipping through G+ and I came across some video footage of Black Sabbath performing one of their new songs in Australia. I couldn’t tell whether it was good or not, because of the bad video, but on the left was a link to a 1973 video from a Deep Purple concert in New York.

I clicked on it, and was immediately transported back to grade 9 or 10 when I worked in the arcade that was attached to The British Hotel, or I suppose it was called Speedy’s by then. There was a jukebox in there, and during a shift of doling out quarters and french fries to my delinquent friends, I would hear the four Deep Purple songs that were on it, maybe twenty times. I worked there 5 days a week at least, so you could safely say that I heard Deep Purple more than the average person.

I believe that this was the model. Maybe some of you remember better. Like how many times Wishing Well by Terence Trent D'arby got played.

I believe that this was the model. Maybe some of you remember it better. Oh, and how many times did Wishing Well by Terence Trent D’arby get played.

This may seem like I’m complaining, but I’m not. I don’t remember ever thinking that I was sick of Hush, Highway Star, or even Smoke On The Water. I liked hearing them all whenever they came on, but the biggest treat was when someone, namely me, would put their two bits in and play Kentucky Woman. Continue reading