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6 Disc Aliens Amoung Us, Death & Beyond, Fantastic Androidsrobot, Mutation & Transformation, Sex & Science Fiction, Timetravel Infinity Collections
There is nothing wrong with your DVD player: the creative minds behind the 1995-2002 version of The Outer Limits offer you six volumes of imaginative science fiction culled from the series to entertain and astound you. Viewers should know that this boxed set does not compile the complete series, but rather it takes 36 episodes from the show's full run and groups them by theme; also, two of the six volumes have been previously released as single discs (Time Travel and Infinity and Sex and Science Fiction were released in '02),but Aliens Among Us, Mutation and Transformation, Fantastic Androids and Robots, and Death and Beyond are brand new (and are also available as single discs).But that shouldn't stop both first-time travelers to The Outer Limits and veteran explorers from picking up this set, because it contains some of the program's most intriguing episodes, including the Emmy- and Gemini-winning "A Stitch in Time" with Amanda Plummer; "I, Robot," a remake of an original Outer Limits episode, and starring Leonard Nimoy; "The Grell," with Star Trek: The Next Generation's Marina Sirtis; "Double Helix," with Ron Rifkin and Ryan Reynolds in an unorthodox exploration of genetics; and "Beyond the Veil," with Michael O'Keefe in a story about alien abduction. Each disc offers "Origins of The Outer Limits," a talking-heads interview with the show's creators, as well as featurettes on the making of the episodes compiled on each disc (the Sex and Sci-Fi and Aliens Among Us discs offer slight variations on this format by offering a multi-part featurette and a documentary on a single episode, respectively). --Paul Gaita
Awesome series of specific outer limit shows unedited, get this and season one outer limits currently for sale!Published 25 days ago by Kindle Customer
I'm going to leave it to others to review the shows and how they have chose to release them (or not release them, but I did base my star rating on liking the shows). Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mark Ruesch
I wish MGM would release the complete New Outer Limits, unless this happens the first season and these compilations are as good as we are ever going to get.Published 14 months ago by Mills Robert Coleman Jr.
Though the original black-and-white series is more famous and more fondly remembered, the nineties re-boot of "The Outer Limits" was superior to the original. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Rainchild
Good stories but the absence of subtitles (even english for the inpaired) and the quality of sound (voices) doesn't allow fully understanding.Published 19 months ago by Fernando De Figueiredo
This was a bargain. If you love the new series Outer Limits. It's worth the price. Most people like O.L. by the season. That's not an issue to me. Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by Rexer
Like everyone else I can't imagine why the rights-owner of this series won't release full seasons or even a complete series collection. I guess they don't like money. Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by M. Bell
You can buy this $70 6-DVD set for today's price ($13)
If you are stupid, you can get 0ne-third of it for
about the same price:
The Outer Limits... Read more
Got this set today. For $20.00 bucks. 36 One-Hour episodes you can't beat it.
The box they are in goes right next to the Old Outer Limits seasons one and two I have. Read more
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Could be the 1985 version of "The Twilight Zone". Check out the descriptions of the episodes "A Message From Charity" and "To See the Invisible Man" to see if these are the episodes you're thinking of.
Jun 18, 2010 by T. Fred Hinnegan | See all 2 posts