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The Guild: Season 5

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For the first time, Season 5 takes the Guildies out from behind their computers and on a road trip to an epic fan convention, MegaGame-O-RamaCon! Codex (Felicia Day, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, Dragon Age: Redemption) tries to rally the Guildies to action when she overhears upsetting news about "The Game." Bladezz tries to make money with his Cheesybeard's pirate alter-meme-ego, while Vork is starstruck by his boyhood crush, sci-fi heroine Madeleine Twain (Erin Gray, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century). Meanwhile, Clara tries to make friends with a snooty Steampunk trio, Tink hides from her past and Zaboo joins up with Halo's Master Chiefs... wha?!

This unrated DVD includes all 12 episodes from Season 5 featuring special guest stars Nathan Fillion, Wil Wheaton, Brent Spiner and more! Plus exclusive bonus material never before seen on the internet.

Exclusive Bonus Material Includes:

  • Cast Interviews
  • "Double Trouble" Featurette
  • "How to Build A Con" Featurette
  • "Steampunk Verite" Featurette
  • Audio Commentary with the Cast
  • Gag Reel
  • Table Read
  • Script PDF File
  • Play All Feature
  • English Subtitles

Product Details

  • Actors: Felicia Day, Jeff Lewis, Amy Okuda, Sandeep Parikh, Robin Thorsen
  • Directors: Sean Becker
  • Writers: Felicia Day
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Flatiron Film Company
  • DVD Release Date: March 13, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,738 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By The Victor on December 23, 2011
Format: DVD
The Guild series just keep getting better and better. Even if you're not a geek, or haven't played multiplayer online games (MMORPGs), the wit, humor, and sarcasm of this series will leave you laughing LOL. If you are-- or know-- any of the above, it's even better. Felicia Day and her gang of misfit gamer buddies take the show on the road and raid a gaming convention. Heady pokes at the gaming industry, gamers, and geek conventions (ComicCon, DragonCon, MegaCon etc) abound. Sprinkle that with the usual social ineptness and pseudosexual tensions and neuroses of the Knights of Good, and you've got a verry enjoyable-- and HI-Larious-- romp through modern gamer culture. The guest star cameos really show what kind of support an indie webshow filmmaker with the brilliance of Felicia Day deserves-- even if you're not a Nathan Fillion fan (and who isn't). And as we say in the South, the cast are just precious... These are released on internet a la Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog (also a must see with Felicia Day) and are initially funded through internet viewing hits on the two (three if you count a gaming console) websites that host them, but then at long last are released on DVD so you can view them when the internet is down-- or if you don't have internet, like in our neck of the woods where the chicken houses will get internet before we do. Right, Amy? Robin? Buy one, buy all. You'll laugh so hard your heart will grow three sizes.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By William Davis on February 21, 2012
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What's the difference between this release and the one that's already out? The one that came out in December is bleeped and the ad for this one says "unrated", so maybe that's it. Also the current one's sound is out of sync on one ep, so i guess i'll be buying this all over again. :(

If you haven't bought S5 already, i'd suggest waiting for this one. Great show, just would have preferred only to have had to buy it once.
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Those in love with Felicia Day and the wacky web world of her series "The Guild" should be thrilled with the arrival of Season Five on an official DVD. While I understand there was some displeasure with the sound and image quality of the recent DVD-R (a disc pressed on-demand when someone orders the product), I'm pleased to report no such technical issues with the official release available commercially on March 13. So as the product pages can sometimes get mixed up on this site, make sure you are opting for the pre-packaged and mass produced version (from Flatiron Films/New Video) and you shouldn't have any problems whatsoever. If you are shopping for Season Five of "The Guild," I'll assume that you are already familiar with the premise of the show. But let's just say that things are a bit different for our cast of misfits with these twelve episodes. This year, the action takes to the road as our crew head to a big gaming convention.

With this substantial change in format and the expansion of "The Guild" universe, this season might be its most divisive yet. I know a few people who didn't love the show veering away from the basics and becoming increasingly chaotic, but most (in my circle) were well on board for the season's absurd delights. The show has always effectively skewered the geek culture of gaming, so it only seems like a natural progression to take it to the next logical step. Day, as always, is an absolute delight but Jeff Lewis, Vincent Caso, Amy Okuda, Sandeep Parikh, and Robin Thorsen round out a diverse supporting cast that is absolutely committed to the madness. Add niche guest stars such as Nathan Fillion, Wil Wheaton, Doug Jones, and Erin Gray and Season Five really plays to its strengths.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By N. Brunk on March 16, 2012
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I'm a huge fan of The Guild, and I enjoyed this season as much as the others. The DVD quality is pretty poor - the last few seconds of every episode is cut off which is a little frustrating. Still, it's worth watching and enjoyable - the characters are up to their old hijinks and much entertainment is to be had. The A-list-geek cameos are amazing and are really a highlight of the season.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Evan W. Jenkins on December 25, 2011
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I don't know if the cast only had the locations for a short time or if they had other time concerns, but the normally rapid-fire dialogue of "The Guild" seems to turn into almost inaudible auctionspeak in the first few season five episodes. I was worried that the cast had lost interest and was just "phoning it in," but I'm glad to say that my paranoia was not justified. Once the major plotlines are established the rhythm is found, the show seems to blast off. Maybe the reason for the hyperactive pace is that Season 5 is positively *crammed* full of cameo appearances. Some of these you may expect and some you will definitely not. It almost seems like spoilers to list them all, so I'll avoid that in case you wait for the DVD releases to watch the whole season for some reason. All of your favorite (main) characters are present and accounted for, but this season they mostly operate on their own. This is another aspect of season five that is off-putting at first, but Felicia Day proves once again that she can write "geeks with hearts of gold" and manages to bring the Guild together for a stunning finale.

Most of the drama of this season (and a lot of the laughs) comes for the ever-developing relationship between Codex (Day) and Tink (Amy Okuda). These two are a blast to watch as a pair. Tink is her usual acerbic self, but finds herself sharing secrets with Codex, only to have Codex light the road to relationship hell with her good intentions. The plot with Codex and The Game's designer is less interesting, besides serving to move the drama forward later in the arc. However, as a writer Day tends to be generous with "the good stuff" and uses Codex mostly as a rallying point anyway, so this is a non-issue.
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