So the BR set for this is 180 and the DVD set is 92. Can anyone tell me if it's worth paying twice the price for the Blu-Rays. Mainly, is there any difference between the two, episode- or feature-wise? Or it simply twice the price because of the higher quality format.
Thanks for the input. I don't have either set yet, mainly I was just curious if it'd be better to pay for the DVD's since they are so much cheaper. Is the Blu-Ray set pretty much the same as the DVD set as far as features? If everything is the same I would rather just go with the cheaper DVD set.
I personally think its worth the extra cash for BR. I've only rented one of the discs but I ordered the set today. The difference is pretty substantial on a nice TV. Blu Ray won't be replaced by another physical media for at least a decade, and it looks amazing. The DVDs are great but you will absolutely see a difference between the two, audio and picture wise.
The added detail on the BR discs combined with the remastering makes it worthwhile. You can see all the glorious detail present in the 35mm film negative. The added commentary tracks are also a nice bonus.
On the BD but not on DVD: - English subtitles for all episodes (DVD has closed captioning only for Season 2-5) - remastered mono audio tracks for all episodes (less hiss) - 73 additional audio commentaries - 55 additional radio dramas - video restored for "next week" episode promos that lack video on the DVD - audio interviews of George T. Clemens, 3 hours total - "Tales of Tomorrow" episode of "What You Need" from 1952 - 1958 pre-series pilot episode "The Time Element" starring William Bendix - laugh track from the original broadcast of Season 3 episode "Cavender is Coming" - video interviews of Dana Dillaway, Suzanne Lloyd, Beverly Garland, Joseph Ruskin, H.M. Wynant, Morgan Brittany, Paul Comi, John Furia, Jr.
On DVD but not on BD: - 90-minute documentary "Rod Serling: Submitted For Your Approval", from 1995 - DVD-ROM feature: five PDF files of the vintage "Gold Key" Twilight Zone color comics - DVD-ROM feature: PDF script of "Twenty Two" with Serling's annotation - 45-second clip of "The Drew Carey Show" paying homage to "Time Enough at Last" - colorized sequences in Season 4's "Miniature", used for syndication in 1984 - 5-minute comedy bit that Serling did on "The Jack Benny Show" - 3-minute clip of the 2003 Twilight Zone episode "It's Still a Good Life" - photo galleries, running 2 minutes for each season