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Running Time: 148 Minutes
Retail Price: $29.99
Features: I'm Pissed, More Funny Pete Stuff, Terror Phone, ATHF Zombie Ninja Pro-AM Minus The Explosions, Radical Axis Presents Radical Axis
Specs: 1.78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen, English Dolby Digital 5.1, English Stereo Surround, English Subtitles, English Closed Captions, Episode Selections, Two-Disc Set
Released: December 16th, 2008
For the first time, "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" is presented in 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen. These are excellent, sharp transfers that definitely pop out. Color saturation is good for the often-limited palette, but amazingly, with the very fine detail, everything comes out to be quite vibrant. Still, like past volumes on DVD, noise - and there is a lot of it - remains an issue. Otherwise though, these are fantastic transfers that look quite clean, too.
Also included are English Stereo Surround tracks, plus subtitles in English and English closed captions through your TV.
The second disc contains all the extras. I'm Pissed features Carl in a series of shorts, namely about football. These shorts total nearly 35 minutes in length. More Funny Pete Stuff appears to be a series of promos that aired on Adult Swim, while Terror Phone is a 13 minute short film. Presented in anamorphic widescreen and Dolby Digital 5.1, this is one odd yet amusing piece that's better left to be seen rather than described. Chances though if you're an Adult Swim fan, you will dig the humor.
ATHF Zombie Ninja Pro-AM Minus The Explosions is a series clips from the Playstation 2 game, but are the M-rated bumpers preceding the clips really necessary? Finally, Radical Axis Presents Radical Axis is another short - around 4 minutes - that presents a tongue-in-cheek look at the studio behind Aqua Teen's animation.
Oh, and inside the box are some stickers. Hoo-ray.
If you're a fan of the series, then you've probably already gone out and purchased this set. While the extras aren't much compared to previous volumes, this wacky series still sports great video (now in widescreen!) and audio. But for casual fans of the series, it's still a decent purchase or a good rental.