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  • Actors: Felicia Day, Jeff Lewis, Sandeep Parikh, Vincent Caso, Amy Okuda
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: NEW VIDEO GROUP
  • DVD Release Date: September 29, 2009
  • Run Time: 130 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002C68WNC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,827 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Guild: Seasons 1 & 2" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 22 episodes on two discs
  • Cast and crew interviews
  • Audition footage
  • Gag reels
  • Audio commentaries
  • Table read
  • Script PDF files
  • Play-all feature
  • Gaming glossary
  • Note from Felicia

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Cyd Sherman, a.k.a. Codex (Felicia Day) has hit bottom. Dumped by her boyfriend, her employer and her therapist, she drowns her sorrows the way any modern girl would: in the world of online gaming. But after a fellow player mistakes their in-game rapport for real-world romance and shows up on her doorstep, Codex brings all of the members of her online guild face-to-face…with very awkward results.

With over 20 million worldwide views, THE GUILD is ’a rare jewel in the Web TV world’ (LOS ANGELES TIMES). This 2-DVD set includes all 22 episodes from seasons 1 and 2, along with loads of exclusive bonus material not seen on the Internet.

Exclusive Bonus Material

  • Cast & Crew Interviews
  • Audition Footage
  • Gag Reels
  • Audio Commentaries
  • Table Read
  • Script PDF Files
  • Play All Feature
  • English Subtitles

Customer Reviews

And the dvd quality is way over net quality.
Suz
Besides the clever dialog, the casting was perfect for each character.
SciFiChick
It is awesome, so funny, if you need a laugh- watch it.
Janice M Garcia

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65 of 69 people found the following review helpful By SciFiChick VINE VOICE on October 26, 2009
Cyd Serman (Felicia Day) is an online gamer, who goes by the name Codex. Her own therapist has dumped her, telling her she spends way too much time online. But when an online friend shows up at her door, mistaking cyber flirting for the real thing, Codex decides to enlist the help of the Guild. And gets them to all meet in the real world.

Felicia Day created and stars in this comedy series created for the internet. Each short webisode begins with Codex talking to the camera, as her video blog, then transitioning to her experiences with her Guild friends and the real world. Hilarity ensues. Codex and her geeky Guild spend so much time in their online game, that interactions in the real world are often skewed. Besides the clever dialog, the casting was perfect for each character. Felicia's Codex is sweet and completely loveable. Sandeep Parikh plays Zaboo, the young man who shows up at Codex's house and mistakenly believes that he has a real relationship with her. Vincent Caso is Bladezz, a young teen who hits on all of the female Guildmembers. Jeff Lewis plays Vork, the Guild leader who takes his job way too seriously. Robin Thorsen is Clara, an extremely irresponsible stay-at-home mom. And Amy Okuda plays Tink, a spoiled girl who would rather not interact with the rest of the Guild, unless she happens to find it amusing.

"The Guild" is a fast and funny web series that is enjoyable for more than just gamers. Anyone who spends a little too much time online will be able to relate in some ways, and enjoy the wacky and sometimes self-deprecating humor throughout. The DVD set offers up great special features as well, such as several gag reels for both seasons. Fans have the option of watching the seasons online still, but the DVD offers exclusive bonus materials.
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55 of 62 people found the following review helpful By B. Brusell on September 12, 2009
How to describe The Guild...The Guild primarily follows the lives (in and out of game) of 6 mmo players. Although the premise of the story is set around the mmo and the guild known as "The Knights of Good" who stand for all things...good, what it really comes down to is the relationships and the inner workings of the group dynamic. What makes it great is you don't have to be that familiar with mmos in order to understand what is going on, although some things are a little easier if you are.

The Guild stars Felicia Day(Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog, Epitaph One - Dollhouse, ect.)who plays Codex, the core/heart of the guild , Sandeep Parikh (Legend of Neil)aka Zaboo, the most lovable stalker (cyber and literal) anyone could ever interact with/meet , Jeff Lewis (who has had numerous guest roles over the past decade)aka Vork the old guy of the group and rigid rule bound guild leader.

Also included in the cast are Robin Thorsen who plays Clara (real name Clara)the ditsy negligent mother, Amy Okuda aka Tinkerballa who is the princess/ice queen that Disney would never write a story around, and Vincent Caso, the renegade guildie who just can't stay out of trouble who goes by the name of Bladezz.

The cast and crew of The Guild makes the most of an extremely limited budget and yet it never feels like they are cutting corners where it matters most. Superb dialogue, and in season two great stunt work. This show is a testament to what can be done on the internet and has helped to pave the way for web content for years to come.

Based solely on the bonus content on the original season one and two dvd releases I can assure you that this is a bargain that you can't pass up.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Terry Mesnard VINE VOICE on September 22, 2009
Originally released as two separate DVDs, Amazon is now selling both seasons in one package for a delicious price that's hard to pass up. Like I originally wrote in my review of Season One, it's amazing that we're even able to write reviews here at Amazon for this awesome web series. Consider the first season which was funded by creator and actress Felicia Day with donations/help from the audience and consider how unlikely such a collaboration is. It's amazing that the show has become such a hit, spawning additional seasons and a more mainstream acceptance. In an ideal world, it shouldn't be surprising, since it's probably one of the funniest and heartfelt shows I've seen on either the web or TV.

Stepping back a bit, The Guild is a show about...well, an online guild of friends who live in the local area but only know each other through their online alter-egos. Cyd/Codex (Felicia Day) is struggling with what appears to be an addiction to their current MMO, dealing with a psychiatrist who "breaks up with her" and a gnome warlock who shows up at her front door, thinking they are romantically involved. As the first season continues, we're brought into this zany world of Codex's and all of the great characters who rely on stereotypes, but also represent some people gamers might know.

What works for The Guild is the fact that the characters are so vivid and played pitch perfectly by the entire cast. Yes, they verge on walking stereotypes, but the hilartiy and the love for these people (some of the kinds of people I know personally) gives the show a much needed heart.
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Any idea on bonus features for these DVD's?
that's what i am wondering. are they in fact the same two discs just stuffed in a single package? or is there additional (or less..) content if you buy this package?

without knowing i am hesitant to pre order. guess we will see when it actually comes out.

and no i don't want to date felicia... Read More
Aug 27, 2009 by Grumbler |  See all 5 posts
about the actual DVD
This is a 'professionally mastered' dvd, not a 'burn on demand' disc.
Oct 14, 2009 by B. Brusell |  See all 2 posts
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