Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Volume 4
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Somewhere in New Jersey, three roommates with superpowers, Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad, unite to solve the neighborhood's unnatural mysteries. When they're not fighting crime or each other, they relax by swimming in their next-door-neighbor's pool.]]>
As with previous ATHF DVDs, Volume Four comes with a wealth of supplemental features for the series' fans: nine of the 13 episodes feature commentary from the show's creators, which are unfortunately plagued by sound-quality problems. But there's also the complete "Spacecataz," which compiles the brief clips of the Mooninites and Plutonians' ceaseless and ridiculous battles which open each episode into one short feature; a short film titled "Raydon" from the show's producers; "San Diego Must Be Destroyed," an amusing clip featuring the Mooninites which screened at a comic convention; and a featurette on the vocal talent as they record the dialogue for "Spacegate World." A montage of fan art set to the show's music and an intriguing clip for what appears to be the Aqua Teen Hunger Force theatrical feature (titled "Send Us Money for This") round out the offbeat extras. -- Paul Gaita
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The Volume Four 2-disc DVD Box Set Includes:
Mooninites 3: Remooned
Mooninites 4: The Final Mooning
T-shirt of the Dead
Funny Pete Stuff
San Diego Must Be Destroyed 2004
The Faces in Front of The Throats that Make the Voices that Speak into the Microphone
Send us money for this
Commentaries for Video Ouija, Unremarkable Voyage, Gee Whiz, Little Brittle, Mooninites 4: The Final Mooning, Dusty Gozongas, Hypno-germ and Spacegate World.
Alternate audio tracks for Mooninites 3: Remooned, Robositter, Diet and T-shirt of the Dead.
Video Ouija - Meatwad finally gets one up on Master Shake
Mooninites 3: Remooned - why are the Moonites so damn funny? Science.
Gee Whiz - Ted Nugent and the most controversal episode of ATHF since the last.
eDork - the curse of being an early adopter. The follow up to PDA
Little Brittle - you cant keep a good rapper in hell for too long
Robositter - Pure freakish gold - especially when Frylock and Master Shake get jobs at the mall with the world's worst idea for an Orange Julius rip off.
Mooninites 4: MoonMasters - Moonites and a videogame. Gotta love the angle.
Diet - slimming
Dusty Gozongas - Scott Thompson does an amazing stripper turned civil servent
T-shirt of the Dead - a Christmas tradition in our house
Hypno-germ - Not one of my favorties.
Carl - Do not touch Carl's can
This is the 21st Century Rocky and Bullwinkle. So much to quote and so little makes enough sense to tell your parents about.
Don't think they got it right on just one episode, either. The dynamic writing duo nailed it all season. From the opener "Video Oujia", where Meatwad communicates with the dead through his Atari 2600, to "Carl", where the trio leaves town for spring break, and Carl goes all Castaway by talking with inanimate objects...until Rudy the housesitting robot blows him away for "attempted robbery". The first thing you'll notice about this season is the change-up in the opening. It looks like Dr. Wierd and Steve have left to make way for "Spacecataz", the hilarious ongoing conflict between the Mooninites and Plutonians. Speaking of Mooninites, the 2-dimensional tag team actually guest star in two episodes this season ("Remooned" and "Moon Master"), as opposed to the usual one. MC Pee Pants comes back (in a new body, of course) for "Little Brittle". But the best episodes are always the ones just having the guys dealing with problems that they usually wind up creating themselves. Take one of my favorites, "Unremarkable Voyage", where Frylock's shrink ray becomes Master Shake's favorite new toy. Words, however, cannot do any of these episodes justice. They have to be seen. Any remote fan of the show will thoroughly enjoy every minute of it.
The 'Play All' function doesn't work properly ... on purpose. If you select 'Play All', the DVD literally does that, all the episodes at once in small squares on a single screen. It's very annoying. So each episode has to be played individually, and the Off/On selection for Commentaries has to be selected each time also. I prefer to select all episodes and kick back rather than having to mess with the remote.
Second, there are no Dr. Weird intros. The episode intros involve an ongoing skirmish between the Mooninites and the Plutonians. In the extras on the second DVD, you can play this skit in full.
In addition, the boys start dropping the f-bomb (which is beeped out) more often, instead of using the word 'Freakin' as they did in the first three sets. The plotlines are darker and bloodier, and there are fewer 'aliens'. I miss special characters such as Happy Time Harry, Willie Nelson, and The Wisdom Cube, though we meet wrench monsters briefly in 'Dusty Gozongas'.
1) Video Ouija - Master Shake kills himself to torment Meatwad as a dead person in his video game. Frylock hires a chicken witch doctor to resurrect him.
2) Unremarkable Voyage - Frylock makes a shrink ray. Shake shrinks everyone but makes the TV and a hot dog bigger. At the end, Carl's crabs get "enhanced".
3) Mooninites 3: Remooned - Ignignot and Err steal Ignignot's uncle Cliff's government check and try to cash it on earth. Frylock reverses the rays on the microwave.Read more ›
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It definitely had it's laugh out loud moments but it's not for everyone. Try before you buy. Personally I only like up to Season 5.Published 9 months ago by Michael Mullins
One of my discs skips during about three episodes so I'll probably have to purchase another in the future. Otherwise, everything was as it should've been.Published 11 months ago by Jill G