Tremors: The Complete Series
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I really liked this TV series and have wanted to get it on DVD for awhile now. Well, here it is, finally out...and to be honest I'm a bit disappointed. The series itself I'd give 4 out of 5 stars, but this review isn't just about the series, it's about the medium it's presented on. The DVD quality is lousy, barely passable as viewable. I have NO idea why they would release it in full frame (1:33-1) when it was filmed and shown in widescreen, but since when has the film and TV industry made since? Because of this, shots are cut off and you don't get the whole picture, not to mention the graininess of the picture too. I have a widescreen LCD HDTV, so this just makes it worse.Read more ›
P.S. be on the lookout for Tremors 5 when it comes out on DVD this year.
And after three movies of battling the graboids, shriekers and ass-blasters, fans of the "Tremors" series finally got a (tragically short-lived) TV spinoff. "Tremors: The Complete Series" takes everything fun about the movies tacks in some conspiracies and freaky mutants -- there are a few mildly grating characters, but it's still deliciously fun and strange.
A new guy named Tyler Reed (Victor Browne) rolls into Perfection, intending to take over the Desert Jack Graboid Tours... just in time for El Blanco to go on a berserk feeding frenzy.
It isn't the last graboid-related problem -- Burt Gummer (Michael Gross) and the other Perfectionites must deal with a gourmet assblaster, a scientist training shriekers to be rescue animals, a graboid attacking a town of UFO-fanatics, graboid-rights activists who claim the Perfectionites are killing El Blanco, and a pair of mob thugs who run afoul of El Blanco and lost a very important key.
And pretty soon there are even worse problems. Burt finds that a strange substance called MixMaster, leaked out of a secret laboratory, begins to infect the valley and turns the creatures into bizarre hybrids -- giant shrimps, omnivorous termite/maggots, a mineshaft "ghost," or an acid-spitting reptilian plant.
"Tremors: The Complete Series" was cancelled after only thirteen episodes, but those episodes are brilliant from beginning to end. And they have everything you'd expect from a Tremors series -- lots of big guns, explosions, orange goop, and highly imaginative ways to kill various monsters (including with weather balloons and tar).Read more ›
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Love this show Micheal Gross is the bomb as Bert Gummer. The entire cast is also very good, very imaginative screen writing. I hope they continue this seriesPublished 10 days ago by W. Weber
Tremors was a very interesting series! In my opinion it lives up to the quality of the movies, and the stories are often a bit wider ranging in scope! Read morePublished 1 month ago by M.Hobin
Fun TV series that brings back all your Tremors friends and adds some new ones. Great for kids & families.
Should have continued on SciFi channel. Read more
I enjoyed seeing the episodes again. Wish they would have made more.Published 1 month ago by Gary J.
If you're a fan of the movies, as well as cheesy scifi goodness, this is a series for you. The only issue I found was the grainy nature of some episodes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Trevor Driggers
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