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1. Andromeda - Season 4, Collection 2
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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Andromeda chronicles the adventures of Captain Dylan Hunt (Kevin Sorbo) and his crew on the starship Andromeda Ascendant as they search the galaxies in an effort to rebuild the Systems Commonwealth, a community of worlds strewn across the universe working ... Read more


2. Andromeda Season 4 Collection 1
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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DISC 1 Episode 1-Answers Given to Questions Never Asked:Dylan and the crew face an enemy of great and terrible power as they battle to rescue a kidnapped member of the Commonwealth Triumvirate.Episode 2-Pieces of Eight-The power to see the future is in the hands of a madman called Citizen Eight. He claims to be a friend to the Commonwealth… but his real goal is to get rid of Dylan.Episode 3-Waking the Tyrant's Device:Dylan and the Andromeda crew must stop Kroton, the half-android, half-human creator of the Magog Worldship, who seeks to destroy all things organic. His weapon? An android army.DISC 2 Episode 1-Double or Nothingness:Dylan is caught in a virtual reality game of death controlled by two cruel gamblers who wager on the outcome. When Dylan can’t tell the difference between illusion and reality, he has no choice… but to play the game.Episode 2-Harper/Delete:File/D is the most powerful weapon in the universe, capable of deleting the mind, while leaving the body – on a planetary scale. When Harper finds the device, he works hard to deactivate it. But there are evil forces who want the weapon… and want it working. ... Read more


3. Andromeda Vol 4.4 Season 4
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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Andromeda chronicles the adventures of Captain Dylan Hunt (Kevin Sorbo) and his crew on the starship Andromeda Ascendant as they search the galaxies in an effort to rebuild the Systems Commonwealth, a community of worlds strewn across the universe working together for peace. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Andromeda Season 4 Volume 4.4
These Are The AndromedaEpisodes You Get When You Buy This Dvd

Episode 414 : The Others

Episode 415 : Fear Burns Down To Ashes

Episode 416 : Lost In A Space That Isn't There

Episode 417 : Abridging The Devil's Divide ... Read more


4. Andromeda Season 1 Collection 4 (Episode 115-118)
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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No sci-fi show can be without a trial episode accusing someone of past crimes. "Forced Perspective" sees Dylan accused of a 300-year-old war atrocity and having to argue thecase from very peculiar perspectives. This episode feels like filler, but the viewer ought to pick up on two important aspects of the show happening on the periphery. What'sgoing on between Tyr and Beka? Even more importantly, what's going on with Trance? An interesting reversal of roles is presented to Dylan when an organized group of machines offer for him to join their Consensus of Parts. Neither is fully willing to join the other,however, and so "The Sum of Its Parts" turns out to be less than either hoped for. This episode was another cowritten by a noted science fiction author, and Steven Barnesinjects some welcome introspection into the proceeding story arc. "Fear and Loathing in the Milky Way" is experienced by all following the return of the Eureka Maru's original commissioning lowlife, Gerentex ("Under the Night"). Trance's deftsleight of hand helps at the casino tables, while Harper's wisecracking front finally slips to reveal a man capable of action in a tight spot. We also learn exactly how Bekapractices Valentineology. At long last we learn Rev's full name (Reverend Behemiel) and get a fuller explanation of his Wayist belief. "The Devil Take the Hindmost" reveals Jesus to be one of the reveredSaints, too. This was actually one of the first plot lines considered for the show, but Rev's character has had to wait until now for aproper spotlight. --Paul Tonks ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Not so good
This show is a pale imitation of other sci fi shows. The episodes in this volume are probably some of the better ones. Of course, that's not saying much. It's a shame that this show continues while good sci fi shows,i.e. Farscape,are cancelled.

3-0 out of 5 stars Be prepared for disappointment.
The Andromeda DVDs have been somewhat of a disappointment to me, this one, 1.4 more so then the other. The episodes themselves are in wonderful quality and are the main reason I bought the DVD.

However the limited number of episodes on each disk is appalling. And the extras on it, doesn't even come close to making up for the lack of them. The bloopers were short, and were mostly of Kevin Sorbo. The behind the scenes of the alien makeup seemed promising, however was less then five minutes. And then there was the fact that I could never find the commentary for "Fear & Loathing in the Milky Way."

So my advice to you is, if you are truly an Andromeda fan, then this is something for you. But be prepared for disappointment. ... Read more


5. Andromeda Season 1 Collection 3 (Episode 111-114)
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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Based on an idea by Gene Roddenberry, Andromeda wears its debt to Star Trek on its sleeve, recalling the best SF of Roddenberry's heyday. Kevin (ex-Hercules) Sorbo plays Captain Dylan Hunt, the sympathetically flawed idealist in command of the Andromeda Ascendant, a massive 1.4-kilometer-long starship of the now-disbanded Systems Commonwealth. The fall of civilization has meant that although it ought to be a relic, it remains the zenith of technological advancement.

Episodes on this collection: "The Pearls That Were His Eyes," "The Mathematics of Tears," "Music of a Distant Drum," and "Harper 2.0."

"The Pearls That Were His Eyes" was one of the first conceived episode ideas but was delayed until the availability of a Star Trek regular. That eventually turned out to be John (Q) de Lancie, who gives a brilliant turn as Beka's long-lost Uncle Sid. She really ought to have learned by now that no one is out for completely altruistic goals. An indication of how rotten the galaxy has become is that it can now take three years for junk mail to reach you.

Finding another High Guard ship with a crew looking as it did 300 years ago seems like an awful big coincidence. In "The Mathematics of Tears," Dylan works to stay focused on the enigma at hand. Unfortunately, high-ranking officer Jill Pierce keeps distracting him with red herrings and all manner of feminine wiles. Did they really stay young from the aftereffects of an experimental weapon? Or is there a far more tragic secret to be revealed?

When the show focuses purely on Tyr, we can always be sure of certain eventualities. There will be glistening displays of muscle, questioned loyalties, and some sort of humbled reconciliation with Dylan. In "Music of a Distant Drum," his erratic behavior is influenced by a sounds that take him to the planet Midden and a family of fishmongers. The episode gets to look at the character from the inside out due to a complete memory loss.

Never, never, never pick up a floating life pod. When will characters in SF learn this? The dire result of doing so this time is an impressive "Harper 2.0." Gordon Woolvett hasn't had many opportunities to shine thus far. But here we see him talking in multiple languages and contrasting his general surfer wisecracking with sharp intellect and a mean streak. We also get a glimpse of what it is that's so feared about the Magog in battle. --Paul Tonks ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Andromeda give it a chance
I have a lot of friends into Scifi but for some reason they don't like Andromeda. I tell them give it a chance as even though its can be really campy at times, it can be real good television as well.

Andromeda 1.3 we start to see the crew really starting to work together on the screen. What makes this show work is how comfortable all the actors are with each other.

Each TV series has some shows that are not great. Seinfeld might be expection, but "Music Of a Distant Drum" the first show on the second disc was plain boring. Tyr character didn't get much development in this episode. The lady who takes him in is just plain awful, and her son is no better.

This disc does have 2 GREAT [5] star shows. One "The Mathmatics Of Tears" has simply one of the best action scenes of any Scifi TV show I have seen in awhile. What I love about series TV is the little hints here and there. We all know Becca Valentine has the hots for Dylan and when Dylan is being courted so to speak by a HOT Highguard from the past Becca gives those jealous looks.

Haper 2.0 is simply one termendous. Its was nice to see Harper get a chance to shine. The moment when he goes off on Rev Bem (My personal favorite character) is very emotional. Here they lay the foundation of a main heavy of sorts which the series needed. What Andromeda needs is one anti force that is always causing them trouble every other episode.

I highly recommend this series. The pilot is not great, but once you get passed that it really starts to come into its own as a series and you will start to truly care about these characters. I am already into the Trance-Harper love storyline. Hopefully a bone with be thrown in there later in the series.

3-0 out of 5 stars More Please
I really like Andromeda and the series is great. The contents are good, but for 2 discs worth of material they only had 4 episodes on them. They need to put at least 6 episodes to a volume if they aren't going to put that much extra material on them. Either that or lower the price of the vol.

5-0 out of 5 stars Whoo-Eee!
I love this show. I love the campy bits, I love the character conflicts, I love the obvious bits and the ocasional subtle humor. As a show it never takes itself seriously, but the actors are pros and do it right. It's got lots of sci-fi cliches, and it pokes constant fun at trek and hercules. The costumes are awful (motorcycle helmet anyone?) ... but the CGI is intense, the design is beautiful, and the whole thing is seamless. There are lots of extras on these DVD's (bloopers, etc) and the quality is terrific.

I wanna be an AI when I grow up.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as the first two....
For those who haven't seen Andromeda, it's a great science fiction tv show. These episodes are some of the stronger ones in the first season. I won't comment on them too much since the manufacturer's synopsis is pretty accurate. However, these episodes are all heavily character driven with some focus on the crew members instead of Captain Hunt. The final episode in the set begins a subplot that will mature into an epic storyline. Unfortunately, later seasons would forego these types of complex plots.

This is a solid but unspectacular dvd set. Like the first two sets, these episodes are shown in widescreen format. The picture is free of any grain or image wash. For a tv show, the picure is absolutely crystal clear. The sound is full, although sometimes the background music overwhelms the dialogue. I've found that I have to turn the volume down when watching action sequences. The sound seems to be mastered for a theater presentation rather than a living room. This is not necessarily a negative, since the effects are full and resonate at all levels.

The disappointment in this set is that there are only four episodes. The first two sets had five episodes. Additionally, the extras are not as impressive as the first two sets. Unlike the first two sets, there is no commentary for any of the episodes. While there is a nice image gallery, the bloopers and outtakes only comprise a couple of minutes of footage. The intro to the bloopers ran longer than the actual bloopers and repeated itself twice.

The bottom line is that while the episodes are presented well, the extras and overall content of this set were disappointing. This is especially true when compared with the first two sets. Still a solid set and I would recommend it if you are a fan of the show.

5-0 out of 5 stars Some of the Best Andromeda Episodes!
Finally, some of the best Andromeda episodes come out on DVD! "Pearls" features some great interactions between Beka and Trance, as well as the always-good John DeLancie as Uncle Sid. "Mathematics of Tears" has THE best fight scene in all of Season 1. No spoilers, but the entire thing is choreographed to an aria from "The Flying Dutchman" by Wagner. "Distant Drum" sets the stage for Tyr's big secret which will be crucial later. Not that great of an episode, but anything that features Tyr is all right by me. "Harper 2.0" is a romp, but shows us the serious side of the normally light-hearted engineer. Harper winds up gaining all of the knowledge of the universe, but someone is after it. Enjoy them all! ... Read more


6. Andromeda Season 1 Collection 5 (Episode 119-122)
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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Things never go well when the Andromeda Ascendant takes on passengers. When Dylan agrees to transport the bride of an arranged wedding, "The Honey Offering" tastes bad from the outset. Kimberly Huie gives a memorable acid-tongued performance as the lady in question. The real clue that things were doomed ought to have been Tyr's reservations over the two rival Nietzschean prides genuinely wanting to heal their breach.

"Star-Crossed" is the season 1 episode that caused more gossip than any other. Stargate regular Michael Shanks guest stars, falls in love with Rommie onscreen (and with Lexa Doig offscreen), and then suddenly quits SG-1. There's certainly a spark between them in the show to support the gossip. The secondary cause for talk was its broadcast rescheduling in sympathy with the events of September 11 since it opens with a terrorist attack.

Sci-fi show producers realize that if they have an ongoing franchise on their hands, one of the contemporary issues to inevitably crop up is drug addiction. Here it's Beka who loses control of her addiction to a substance called Flash in "It Makes a Lovely Light." Behind this surface narrative is a continued search for Dylan's long-lost home. The point ultimately becomes that he'd rather safeguard his crew than his memories.

Criticized in some places for its extreme violence, the season finale "Its Hour Come 'Round at Last" will stay with you one way or another. Maybe for the sight of an alternate Rommie turning uncharacteristically nasty on everyone and seriously kicking butt. Or maybe the mind-blowing Magog Worldship, made up of 20 planets and their sun. Or maybe just the seemingly impossible scenario each major character is faced with as the show ends. --Paul Tonks ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Very solid set that ties pieces together well
I like every episode on this volume, my favorite is a tie between the Flash Episode and the final episoade of the first season. I thought that in the first season the show hit full stride about half way through and contiued on. Star crossed lovers is pretty good also, seeing the more human side to the Rommie character was well done. All things considered, very nicely done and if you like sci fi then you should like the volume. The picture is great, the extras are fine, the menus are very good and the plot can be follwed. However if you have not seen the show before, I would get the first and last volumes of season one so you understand the situation. For all the other Andromeda regulars, you should be please with what you have here. ... Read more


7. Andromeda - Season 3 Collection 5
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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4-0 out of 5 stars The last of the old Andromeda
Not the end of the series but the end of the series as envisioned by Robert Hewitt Wolfe. The show had great potential and was living up to it, but Tribune wanted to go in a different direction. The first two seasons showed how closely it was tied in thought to the last three seasons of ST DS9 (RHW also wrote/produced for them). Character and idea development gave way to fantasy and lowering the intellectual standard. I still enjoy the show, but clearly season 4 and the upcoming season 5 are like another show.

319 - Illusion of Majesty. In this episode, the crew ends up in a garbage dump star system and cannot get out. A woman who poses as a princess and a priestess as a scam promises to get them out. Much innuendo later, Dylan outwits everyone to get out. Not a great episode.

320 - Twilight of the Idols. Excellent episode. In this one we find Dylan's old mentor and Admiral still alive after 300 years in the form of Michael Ironside's character. Finally a person who can out maneuvre Dylan. This is like a classic Andromeda with good conflict and tension and a moral delimma that is left unresolved.

321 - Day of Judgement, Day of Wrath. Another good episode. An old adversary, the founder of the Restorians, and a former commonwealth ship AI comes back to take over another ship in the new commonwealth. But before that, he takes over Andromeda's avatar and leaves everyone questioning. This show was filled with emotional tension and was quite good. It helps that in real life Shanks and Doeg are married.

322 - Shadows Cast By A Final Salute. Bittersweet episode. Very good one but sad as it sent the show into a whole different universe from how it was created. Tyr finally makes his move and promises to deliver the Andromeda to the Drago Kazov. But, really, he has his own agenda: the annhilation of the Drago Kazov home planet. Keith Hamilton Cobb leaves the series in style and Andromeda never quite recovered.

5-0 out of 5 stars Final episodes of Season Three
319 - Illusion of Majesty - Dylan and the crew take a wrong turn ending up in the Prolon System where they discover a princess who is not what she appears to be.
320 - Twilight of the Idols - Dylan and the crew set out to find a colony that disappeared. We discover the surprising story behind the Genites and their creator - an old friend of Dylan's from before the fall - a person who is still alive.
321 - Day of Judgement, Day of Wrath - Michael Shanks (Stargate SG-1's Daniel Jackson) reprises his role as the Balance of Judgement's AI. He forces Rommie to steal a new High Guard vessel and forces Harper to build a new avatar. Includes a battle between the Balance of Judgement Avatar and the Resolution of Hector's Avatar (played by Christopher Judge - SG-1's Teal'c). In another part of the story, Tyr begins his move to take unite the Prides under his banner (third SG-1 crossover, the actor who played the Tokra Martoof plays a Drago Kasov field marshall. One of my favorite episodes as I am also an SG-1 fan and the SG-1 actors play very different roles from what we are used to seeing.
322 - Shadows Cast By A Final Salute (season three finale). Tyr makes his move and forces Dylan into a confrontation which threatens to shatter the new Commonwealth fleet and the Commonwealth. A massive battle between the Commonwealth forces and a variety of enemies. Tyr leaves at the end but does he make it? Watch Season Four to find out. Excellent but dark episode. ... Read more


8. Andromeda Season 1 Collection 2 (Episode 106-110)
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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Based on an idea by Gene Roddenberry, Andromeda wears its debt to Star Trek on its sleeve, recalling the best sci-fi of Roddenberry's heyday. Kevin Sorbo (ex-Hercules) plays Captain Dylan Hunt, the sympathetically flawed idealist in command of the Andromeda Ascendant, a massive 1.4-kilometer-long starship of the now-disbanded Systems Commonwealth. The fall of civilization has meant that although it ought to be a relic it remains the zenith of technological advancement. Episodes 6 to 10 make up this collection.

"Angel Dark, Demon Bright": Time travel is always a sci-fi series staple, but Andromeda needs it more than any of them. Any method (excuse!) to revisit Dylan's own time is explored, and "Angel Dark, Demon Bright" is therefore an important episode for two reasons. We see just how badly the Commonwealth had it coming in an enormous space battle; and we also perceive how potentially dangerous Trance is. Pruning the branches of time as easily as her plants, she's clearly a conundrum waiting to explode.

"The Ties That Blind": The title is a dual reference to aspects of faith. On the one hand there's Rev's devout following of the Way, which unwittingly obscures certain truths from him; on the other hand there's the belief that blood is thicker than water, which severely confuses the relationship Beka has with her long-lost con-artist brother Rafe (Cameron Daddo). There's a lot of art imitating life in this episode, with the Restorian's tactics clearly mirroring contemporary religious conflicts.

"The Banks of the Lethe": Proving that all's fair in love and war, this episode demonstrates the familial possibilities of syndicated TV. Firstly, Sorbo's real-life wife plays Dylan's fiancée, Sara. Secondly, the story was originally touted to Star Trek: Voyager. It's another time-travel quickie (told you they were important), in which a touching reunion for the Sorbos is made possible thanks to a botched experiment in Harper's lab. This installment is also distinguished for featuring some of the most surreal humor in dealing with time travel since Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.

"A Rose in the Ashes": Sometimes diplomacy just doesn't work. On the planet Arazia, Dylan implores the government to join his Commonwealth. Deemed traitors for suggesting it, he and Rommie's "living doll" incarnation are sent to a harsh prison planet. This was the first show to utilize exterior locations, which makes for a welcome change. The same is also true about seeing Lexa Doig in a leather-studded bikini top and disco pants.

"All Neptune's Great Oceans": Macbeth is paraphrased in the title of this spotlight episode for Tyr. The endlessly surly muscle man is accused of assassinating a visiting president. The crew sleuth out clues and red herrings, making this a watered-down whodunit in the now well-established sci-fi tradition. --Paul Tonks ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Also a must buy
For those Kevin Sorbo fans looking for him to crack Hercules jokes, just check out the blooper segments on Disc 2. It was only a matter of time before this one happened.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great DVD!
"Andromeda Season 1, Vol.2" is a great DVD. Besides the fact Andromeda is great show. The DVD is loaded with a lot extra features including: Bloopers,Commentary,Character profiles, and episodes in wide-screen. These DVD are great value for any fan of the show or someone just discovering it.

4-0 out of 5 stars An excellent DVD
Andromeda, as a series, has hit it's high point and has been running down since the second season. However, the first season remains FANTASTIC. With Robert Hewitt Wolfe writing the series, and the phenomenal acting of the cast, you can expect great lines delivered with a lot of cool and style. Notably, Keith Hamilton Cobb as the [tough guy] of the Universe and Lexa Doig doing triple duty in every episode as the ship, hologram, and computer, all of which she manages to imbue with their own personality. I single them out for excellency, but the entire cast is good in this show. I recommend buying the DVDs right up to season 2 episode 12, which was the last one featuring Wolfe as head writer, and the beginning of the show's downturn.

The commentary could be better, with (I believe) Alan Eastman boring us with show facts that are blatantly obvious to anyone who's watched - But Kevin Sorbo pipes up when he's allowed to, and actually has some good stories to tell. His antics in the gag reel are by themselves enough reason to buy this DVD :-P

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Series
I normally do not go out of my way to follow television series too often, but a few do stand out and deserve attention. This is definately one of them. I enjoyed the acting of Kevin Sorbo and Keith Hamilton Cobb. This combined with the storyline, which is a little better than quite a few out there, make this a very enjoyable series to watch.

5-0 out of 5 stars "I 've never seen an Angel Before!"
Angel Dark, Demon Bright is a climatic episode in the Andromeda series. It involves Harper's Fusion catalyst, which will stun you with its effects as well as some great poetic lines from Rev and Tyr. It is by far one of the best episodes in this DVD Volume. In this Volume you also get 2 other great episodes, "The Ties That Blinds" which includes Beka Valentines brother and "The Banks of the Lethe" where Dylan reunites with his wife Sarah 303 years ago. This series in my opinion is better than the first because now the show is picking up and almost at the current level of excitement! I hope you enjoy the DVD and hope the review is helpful to you. ... Read more


9. Andromeda Season 2 Collection 5
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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5-0 out of 5 stars growing on me like a tumor
I never took the Andromeda series very seriously, even though I'm an avid Trek fan. Watching one every now and then but not being very entertained. Getting over the captain is not easy for most people and it's what turned me off to the show as well. It was this disk that made me take a second look at the series as a whole.

"Tunnel At The End Of The Light" is a slight rip-off of Predator, but hardly a bad one. And by the end, it's taken in a very original direction. If you can get over Sorbo and be entertained by a decent "space-show", Andromeda may be for you. Harper gives excellent comic relief and Rommie is just friggin sexy. The stories are not bad once you give them a chance, and for the most part, original. Graphics are fantastic, even if they are re-used and altered from time to time. ... Read more


10. Andromeda Season 2 Collection 1 (Episode 201-205)
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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1-0 out of 5 stars OVERCHARGE - Shame on you guys!!!!
I would have purchased the entire series except that someone is overcharging. $60+ plus for Season 1 was too high, but I was willing to pay.

WILL NOT buy any more of this series. Fun series, but someone's ripping off the buyers.

I'll find something else to buy.

3-0 out of 5 stars Beware of Packaging is an understatement
I certainly agree with Elk Grove Village. I'm still trying to figure out what to order. As a fan, couldn't they just sell the entire season like they do with the Star Trek series? I got a whole season of Star Trek (26 episodes) for $100 and only 22 episodes of Andromeda for about $180 and I didn't buy any duplicates. Let's just make it simple, Okay? And maybe drop the price some, Huh?

5-0 out of 5 stars The best continues!!!
I have seen all these episodes and they are great. My fav is "The Widening Gyre", because it shows a much darker side to the show and to Rev Bem (aka Redplague). I also like "Pitiless as the Sun" because it shows that Trance and her species are much more dangerous than they seem. I also like this episode because it was broadcast on my birthday. The two regrets I have are as follows: "The March of the High Guard" theme composed by Alex Lifeson is no longer in use for the show and also that so many of the cool extras are gone (Examples: the timeline of the commonwealth and all systems university 101). All in all though, this is a great show and I'm a huge sci-fi fan so I'll will definetly buy this DVD, and if you like sci-fi you should too. You won't regret it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very nicely done
Okay any fan of sci fi should like the set, fans of Andromeda will love it. I thought every episode here was well done, a few were semi fillers but with a story this huge that is bound to happen. Good acting, nice extras, better look than the original sets just too name a few. I reccomend this one to any sci fi fan.

5-0 out of 5 stars Still classic Andromeda
There is no letoff in Season 2 of Andromeda. The characters by now are much more well known, but we still see the formula of a central character of the crew being featured.

So far I have yet to find an episode I don't like. ... Read more


11. Goosebumps - The Haunted Mask II
Director: Brian R.R. Hebb, Timothy Bond, David Winning, Craig Pryce, Randy Bradshaw, Ron Oliver
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4-0 out of 5 stars SEQUAL TO HAUNTED MASK
I LIKED #1 BETTER THAN THIS ONE.I THINK THE KID THAT PLAYED STEVE IN THE FIRST ONE WAS BETTER TOO.BUT IT`S A PRETTY GOOD EPISODE!

3-0 out of 5 stars Actually 3 1/2 stars
A good movie, but the acting is c-o-r-n-y, as is the plotline. Please, would a guy be *THAT* desperate to scare everyone? Also who's scared of some croaking old man...unrealisitc in realism, but a good flick, low on scares. Quality seems to lack.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good Movie
This is a very good movie, and it's about twice as scary as the first. There are some scary parts so I wouldn't recommend
it to kids younger than eight. But it's good, you can believe that.

5-0 out of 5 stars A scary Halloween night
It was very scary! My favourite character was the girl who put the mask on. I was really excited to watch it. I would recommend this movie to kids ten and up! My favourite part was when she got the mask-it was really creepy,but cool!

5-0 out of 5 stars New mask. Old nightmare.
After last years' terrifying Halloween, Carly Beth (Kathryn Long) buried her evil haunted mask in the graveyard. Now this year her friend Steve (John White) wants to find a mask just as scary, but Carly Beth refuses to tell him where she bought hers.

At the last minute though, Steve encounters a stranger wearing Carly Beth's old mask, a mysterious man who leads him to a boarded up novelty shop. Steve slips in through the back door and steals a creepy mask he finds in the basement. What he doesn't realise is that the mask he stole is just as evil as Carly Beth's old mask. The worst of it though, is that Carly Beth's old mask is alive - and it's using both Steve and the shopkeeper (Colin Fox) to get her back.

"The Haunted Mask II" is even better than the original! Like most episodes of the childrens TV-series "Goosebumps," the acting and the script is a little cheesy. You just have to understand it's a show for children. I remeber when "The Haunted Mask II" came out on video on September 5, 1997 - it was a big hit. The whole town was excited about it. Okay, overall, "The Haunted Mask II" is great video. It's worth every penny spent if you enjoyed the first in the series, "The Haunted Mask." BUY IT OR RENT IT TODAY! ... Read more


12. Andromeda Season 1 Collection 1 (Episode 101-105)
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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Based on an idea by Gene Roddenberry, the syndicated series Andromeda confidently wears its debt to Star Trek on its sleeve, recalling the best sci-fi of Roddenberry's heyday. The two-part premiere "Under the Night" and "An Affirming Flame" makes for a terrific introduction to the lead character, Captain Dylan Hunt, played by Kevin (ex-Hercules) Sorbo. He's a sympathetically flawed idealist in command of the Andromeda Ascendant, a massive starship of the now-disbanded Systems Commonwealth. The fall of civilization has meant that although she ought to be a relic, she remains the zenith of technological advancement.

In the first of these five episodes, we see Captain Hunt in battle against 10,000 enemy ships, winning a bout of fisticuffs with a close friend turned enemy traitor, wrestling with the shock of being frozen in time for 300 years, and then diplomatically negotiating his way out of a salvage rights battle for his ship. The Andromeda Ascendant's emotionally driven, lifelike computer is desired by the Eureka Maru salvage vessel, and feisty Captain Beka Valentine can barely stop her engineer Harper from drooling about tinkering with her. The Maru's shipmates are similarly driven: Rev Bem (from another sworn enemy race) has a spiritual calling, while cutesy-pie Trance Gemini's motivations are part of her winning mysteriousness. One final addition is the show's muscle, Tyr, the enemy with a conscience, but Andromeda is Dylan's show all the way.--Paul Tonks ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great DVD set for a good show.
When Andromeda started I was really sceptical.
I didn't like Kevin Sorbo much, the SFX weren't that great and some of scripts were pretty weak.
But I kept watching and during the first season I started to like the show for one big reason: likable characters.
While I'm still not a big fan of Mr. Sorbo, the other other actors are really great and the writing has (apart from a few episodes at the end of season two) improved.
And of course there's Lexa Doig to look at - which is a really big plus. :-)
While it's still far away from the consistent genius that Farscape shows each week, Andromeda is one of the better TV shows at the moment and this DVD set is really great: picture and sound are good, the commentary is very interesting and the other extras are great too - except for the bloopers. I hope that on the next sets we get some bloopers that feature some of the other actors and not only Kevin Sorbo.

4-0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly good
Since the main character is from "Hercules", I had my doubts. I picked it up anyway, because Gene Roddenberry's name is on it. I am glad I did.

The show does have some weakness- 1. Special effects are always interesting, but look fake sometimes 2. The premise seems to be a little bit shaky: why would those crew decided to join the idealist Captain? They are obviously not the noble type.

Despite those two flaws, it's still worth watching. The concept is original (in the sense that the variation of classical theme done well), the story is good (I think "double helix", the last episode of Vol 1. is the best so far), acting is adequate. In sum, the series has a promising start. It's certainly not Farscape or Star Trek, but you'll enjoy Andromeda if you like this type of sci-fi shows.

As for DVD itself:
Good-
Many special features (alternative takes were interesting).
Good picture quality
Bad-
No subtitles...

4-0 out of 5 stars A great beginning
The two hour premiere is one of the best episodes of the Andromeda series. It takes off quick, and even allows for some characterization, which many series seem to miss. Though, as soon as the premiere ends, the series seems as if it is going to be a failure. The third episode, "To Looses the Faithful Lightning," is a ridiculous episode to be put at the beginning of the series. But do know, that episode three isn't at all like the rest of the episodes. Four and five are descent episodes, and they both help illuminate the character of Tyr, the Nietzschean of the crew. If your unsure of the series, be sure to start here, at the beginning.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very enjoyable!
Great charracters, great set up & premise, fantastic acting and sets. This is a show that I think Gene would have been proud of. Great job to Majel and everyone else involved!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great series but the interviews?
I am really enjoying what I've seen so far. I now have the first two vols. and I'm really getting into it.

The only problem I'm having is that every interview I've tried to watch within the "extras" section appears to not work. It plays for 20-30 secs and the abruptly stops and repeats from the beginning over and over like records use to do sometimes when they'd skip. :( I purchased the first 2 vols. at one time and this occurs on all interviews on both vols. Any suggestions? hehe

The show? 5 stars
The DVD set? 4 stars due the the afor mentioned problem. ... Read more


13. Andromeda Season 2 Collection 2 (Episode 206-209)
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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"Home Fires" (Episode 208) A message from Dylan's fiancé, now long-dead, leads the Andromeda to a planet wherethe Commonwealth survived. Two political factions vie for power there - oneCommonwealth, the other isolationist. Dylan meets the descendants of his lost love andthose of another... who tried to kill him.

"Into the Labyrinth" (Episode 209) The Commonwealth is growing... and so are the Magog larvae in Harper's belly! AsDylan hosts a conference of allies aboard Andromeda, Harper is propositioned by amysterious and beautiful woman. She makes an offer he can't refuse, but the price isgreater, and more evil, than he knows. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Too pricey for 4 eps
No one should go broke to buy an entire series on DVD. Even a $10 drop in the price would make thus a more appealing purchase --especially since the local Blockbusters will almost certainly sell previously viewed copies of this series in about 3 months (as they did with S1)

5-0 out of 5 stars 4 great episodes and a fair amount of extras
Season 2 of Andromeda is a great season, some fillers, but very good for the most part. This box set should appeal to the Andromeda fan, it is four very good episodes and the usual amount of nice amount of extras. Now for some clarification, the listing of episodes on Amazon is not right, I have already sent a e-mail out to them about it. This volume contains 4 episodes, much like the second and later volumes of the first season. The Episodes are "All to Human", "Una Salus Victus", "Home Fires" and "Into the Labyrinth"

All four of these episodes are great by themsleves, however "All to Human" and "Una Salus Victus" are my favorites on the set. In the first Rommie is kicking some serious tail and taking the names, shows a lot of emotion also. Some history of after the fall is even shown to name a few things. I like "Una" because it shows a clear shift in the story line, Tyr reveals a huge secret that puts a rift between him and Dylan. This show also reveals Tyr to be much more than a mere mercenie from the first season. Like I said, all four are great, mainly because each character grows some and reveals they are capable of much more than what has been shown so far.

As with the other sets, picture is very good, menus are easy to navigate, extras a decent and the packaging is simple but elegant. I wish that other Box sets would take a clue from these, very few sci fi tv shows get attentionto detail that these box sets got. I have both Babylon 5 box sets and the picture for Andromeda is better, so the bigger name does not always mean better. I give credit to the writers of the show for making the first 9 episodes of season 2 very good, Andromeda fans should like this. New people to the show will be confused, but like it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great episodes with nice extras
This is a test, check the full review next.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a set of four great episodes on top of great extras
OKAY LET ME CLEAR THE CONFUSION UP HERE, THERE ARE 4 EPISODES ON THIS SET. "ALL TOO HUMAN", "UNA SALUS VICTUS", "HOME FIRES" AND "INTO THE LABYRINTH".
These are episodes 206, 207, 208 and 209. Amazon has only 2 episodes listed, but you are getting four, and really good ones at that. The extra content is actually better than in the past on this one, all together about 10 extras total. That is slighty more than standard for these sets, I have all of the season 1 sets and the extras have never really been a problem with the series, this set and the first volume of season 2 also stand out. Also just like the first set, volume 1 is 5 episodes and the rest are 4. Just a heads up for anyone interested.
Now as for the episodes themselves, all four are very good, damn near excellent. Especially the first one, Rommie gets to really shine here. She is kicking ass and taking names, shows her true emotional side an angry side. They stole some matrix style moves here, but it works since she is an android. the other three are also very well done with very good perfomances by all the cast.
This is where things in the story line really start to take off and you see just how big the concept they are aiming for with the show really is. The changes in the characters start to shine through here; Rommie is becoming more human, Beka is becoming a great second in command, Trance is becoming a more active part in everything( With more of her mean side showing through/past), Harper is becoming more cynical and desperate (Due to the Eggs in his belly), Dylan is showing why he should remain on the ship instead of running the commonwealth( He even shows just how devious he can be and how much he is prepared for the challenges) and Tyr shows his true Nitchean nature even more( He has a secret that puts the entire ship in danger at all times and it causes a serious rift). The one character that did not really change all that much is Rev Bem, but since he leaves it makes sense. The Characters and story line take a huge leap forward at this point, all the actors did a great job here. Many possibilities and dangers are revealed for the future story line. This set could turn someone into a Andromeda fan, just like the first set of season 2. Awesome job on extras, great episodes and killer perfomances by every cast member. ... Read more


14. Andromeda - Season 3 Collection 4
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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4-0 out of 5 stars Overall, enjoyable episodes
Even though the series was going in a new direction during Season 3, it did have some great moments. Now that season 4 has passed and the show is distinctly different, we can say season 3 was the last of the Robert Hewitt Wolfe Era.

The Right Horse. In this episode, a man is being held on Veritas for stealing DNA secrets from TechnoCorps. Abel Ladrone was a man Beka had a crush on for years and given the direction of season 3, this was explored too much. The show set up Beka's friends against her (as she was leading with her hormones and not her brain) and the people of Veritas against the Andromeda and TechnoCorps against them all. This episode is a B level ep.

What Happens To A Rev Deferred. This show was done in response to all the fans who missed Rev after Brent Strait left the show in Ouroborus (Season 2). Essentially the crew receives a message from Rev Bem on a doomed world and they go and find them. It's a clip show with some new material. In the end, Rev is changed by some entity and we never hear about it much again. This is a C level episode. But still enjoyable.

Point of the Spear. This show was actually pretty good. The planet of Samsara (likely named after Sorbo's wife. Sam is his wife's name, Sara was her Andromeda character's name) is being threatened by the Pyrians who are wanting to pyroform (as opposed to terraform) the planet. But they are being led by someone suspiciously like Trance. In the end, Dylan faces a difficult choice of how to deal with an unsolvable problem. His choice would send a message. I give this one an A.

Vault 0f The Heavens. This episode was written by Harper. Well, the actor of course. It's very much a fantasy story, not quite in the mold of Andromeda. Dylan hears a voice directing him to a planet where the queen must mate in order to spread her energy to re-energize her people. I give this one a C.

Deeep Midnight's Voice. Here the Drago Kazov are looking for a slip scout that had been traveling slipstream from before the fall. The information it has would allow someone to predict slipstream and allow AIs to navigate cleanly. Very valuable. It was found on an Earth like planet that has limited technology. The B story has the beginning of intrigue regarding Tyr and the fulfillment of his plans which are explored by the end of the season. Unfortunately, the series never kept with this theme. I'd also give this an A.

5-0 out of 5 stars Collection 3-4
The Right Horse - Beka endangers the crew of Andromeda and even an entire planet by protecting Able Ladrone, a part love accused of stealing secret DNA. Interesting story with insight into Beka's character with a surprise twist at the end.
What Happens To A Rev Deferred - Dylan and the crew receive a cry from a long lost friend - Rev Bem. Excellent episode dealing with the return of Rev Bem, a tranformation and a hint of Trance's true nature.
Point of the Spear - Dylan and the crew battle the Pyrians to save the planet Samsarra and avoid a galactic war. Excellent action episode with the ebb and flow of battle. Again, a hint of Trance's true nature and the battle to come.
Vault 0f The Heavens - Dylan is beckoned by the voice of a mysterious woman to an icy moon orbiting a giant, fiery planet. Dylan saves an entire race. Strong episode with some interesting science (I'm an armchair reader of physics) behind it.
Deeep Midnight's Voice - Dylan and the crew search for a Nietzchean slip-scout carrying a probe that can map the slipstream - a power that could change the universe. Excellent episode where we see a planet unaware of what is our there and the first hints of Tyr's plans.

1-0 out of 5 stars Andromeda Fanatic
As usual fairly vague pre-release description. But it's a quick heads up that they've sent the disc gold. Usually more specific info at www.advfilms.com, but be forewarned ADV's interface is really bad. But once you are able to locate the "correct" page at the site it'll at least give you episode numbers and trailer blurbs. Counting down.

3-0 out of 5 stars I know
I agree with John Keitz, there is not enough information about this DVD. However if you click on the picture you can see that it is Season 3 Collection 4 (well atleast according to the picture).

1-0 out of 5 stars Who Knows?
I wanted to review this DVD. I really wanted to pre-order this DVD, but there is not enough information in the description. Andromeda Season 3, Volume WHAT? If this is volume 3.4, I would really like to order it. Unfortunately, I HAVE NO WAY OF KNOWING! What's the deal with this description? Just a bit vague, don't you think? ... Read more


15. Goosebumps - The Werewolf of Fever Swamp
Director: Brian R.R. Hebb, Timothy Bond, David Winning, Craig Pryce, Randy Bradshaw, Ron Oliver
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4-0 out of 5 stars 4 and a quarter stars
A good movie. Better acting than the norm for Goosebumps and the plotline is a bit thicker than usual. Although the actors continue to be scared of the tiniest things - as in, exaggeration - it's good creepy fun. Decent SFX for this type of movie. The Wolf-in-the-house-chase with Emily is terribly executed, effects wise. Otherwise good work.

4-0 out of 5 stars The werewolf that was terrifying
This video tape i saw at school. In Ms.Ahern's room. It was creepy. There was this family,and this boy named Grady and this girl named Emily. They were afraid of their new town,or bored.
Then,Grady meets Will,and Will tells him legends of the werewolves. And,about the town. Grady gets murdered by a werewolf,and he finds out that Will is a werewolf.
He gets a fever,then he's a werewolf,too. This video was all right. I could live with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Movie
This movie is great. The werewolf is scary when the sister first sees it in the living room. The effects are alright for this kind of a movie. The acting is good and the plot is great. It's a great movie!

3-0 out of 5 stars Well, 2nd Best Is Not Bad.
I don't feel this quite matches "Night In Terror Tower," "Welcome To Dead House," "The Haunted Mask," or "The Haunted Mask Part 2." But we must not overlook 2nd best. In this day and age, we are often lead into shunning 2nd best. That is not always a good idea. Well, onto the review. It is not the best Goosebumps video (in my opinion), but it does have worthy elements. As usual in good horror, the story STARTS normal and harmless. (Good!) I don't feel the family is as well drawn as the one in "Welcome To Dead House," but it is alright. The (harmless?) eccentric serves to grab our attention quickly. Some of the Goosebumps videos have better scenery, but there is a spooky charm to the scenery in this one. Will is a well drawn character who seems normal enough but makes us nervous at times. It is interesting how Grady wants to stay away from trouble (a possible werewolf), but when his dog is starting to fall under suspicion of bad things, he summons his courage and tries to find out what is happening. I can't tell you too much more without ruining the video, so I will just say that the rest is captivating. One very well drawn scene is the one where the director alternates between shots of Emily and Grady. Also, a memorable situation is when Grady has to convince his mother (a scientist) that there may be things out there that science can't explain. Some people complaimed that this video is too predictable. But even if we know what is happening, that does not mean we can't still enjoy the charm it offers. It's only 45 minutes. So even if you figure out what is going on early, do yourself a favor and enjoy how everything leads up to the solution.

4-0 out of 5 stars Dog vs. Werewolf
This video was really amazing becasue there was also a dog that struggles to protect Grady and his family from a hideous monster that has been wondering in the swamps for many years. IF there were 3 komondors dogs that are really hairy bigger and stronger than than Vandell then this would be no contest if they went up against the werewolf because Komonodor dogs are really strong and they have a really powerful bite like a pitbull. When grady was being attacked by the werewolf and Vandell came to the resuce and when the dog bit the werewolf's arm well the 3 komondors would all attack the werewolf bit the monster so hard maybe the werewolf would be crippled then grady would have been safe big time and he would sit back and watch the komondors tear the werewolf to shreds. But anyways I really like this movie if I scripted this movie then I would have put the 3 komondor dogs in the movie instead of Vandell. ... Read more


16. Andromeda Season 2 Collection 3
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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Something’s rotten on the planet Ne’Holland! Young Prince Erik is the sole survivor of a brutal coup against the royal family. The King’s dying order makes Dylan and Tyr co-regents to Erik. Under these very dissimilar tutors, the prince learns diplomacy and cunning to defeat his enemies.

"Bunker Hill" (Episode 211)
The oppressive Dragans tighten their grip, but the universe fights back! Persuaded by beautiful Elsbett, Dylan agrees to fight the Dragans in alliance with the Sabra-Jaguar Pride. Meanwhile, Harper and Rommie head for Earth to help Harper’s cousin in a courageous revolution against Dragan slavers.

"Ouroboros" (Episode 212)
A machine designed to rid Harper of the Magog larvae wrecks havoc on Andromeda by jumbling space and time. Past, present, and future collide, causing sudden appearances of Dylan’s old crew, alien attackers, and most mysterious… a Future Trance, older, wiser and much more dangerous!

"Lava and Rockets" (Episode 213)
When Dylan’s commerce trip is ambushed by ferocious Ogami hit men, he hijacks a tourist starship to escape. The novice tour guide is Molly - a beautiful ace pilot. The action’s hot as Dylan and Molly head for a volcanic planet to escape… and discover each other on the way.

"Be All My Sins Remembered" (Episode 214)
When Beka learns that a former lover has died and listed her as next of kin, Dylan and Harper accompany her for "moral support." Harper remembers the "dearly departed" as a scoundrel, but as Beka reminisces about her violent sweetheart, he turns out to be… not… quite… dead. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars A great show
All great episodes. Another great Andromeda collection.

"Ouroboros" is probably the best episode on these DVD's. The main reason is the new Trance. I liked the old Trance, but the future Trance is so much better. I was kind of getting tired of the purple look.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Great Andromeda set
I'm waiting for the next one, as I didn't catch it on first-run TV. These get better and better and better.

5-0 out of 5 stars All solid episodes
These eposides are a nice midseason touch, especially when the new Trance shows up. The extras are better than usual and the picture/sound is dead on. The thing about this set of episodes is you see that the Andromeda will not have and easy future ahead if you read the hints right. Seeing a basically machine Beka and having a gold Trance show up saying things are not going well tells you that. There are also even more alliances formed and you see Rommie get more emotions to name a few things. You have to check out the interview with Laura Bertram, very cool and the bloopers are nice. Reccomended set for any fan of the show.

5-0 out of 5 stars Clarification
The Editorial Review for this DVD is misleading. The DVD actually contains Season 2, episodes 210 through 214. The Editorial Review alludes to episode 210, "The Prince," but doesn't list it by number. On the copy I got, episodes 210-214 *are* all there.

As for an actual review, if you like Andromeda, and are collecting Andromeda DVDs, this is a must-have. A lot of plotlines pivotal to Season 2 are continued or even completed in this set. I highly recommend it to fans of Andromeda, particularly fans of the first two seasons, where the plot lines were carried over from episode to episode. This is the middle of Season 2, when the show was still getting better and better. For the record, Andromeda has made me a HUGE fan of Keith Hamilton Cobb, who plays Tyr, and I intend to follow his future endeavors closely. What a talent!

5-0 out of 5 stars Still The Best!!!!
All these episodes are great, I really liked "Bunker Hill" because it shows the uprisings on Earth against the tyranic Drago-Kazov. I also like "Bunker Hill" because Elsbett Mossadim (now Elsbett Bolivar) returns to the show. I liked "Ouroboros" because there is something happening in every scene. This is a very good episode, it's a shame that Robert Hewitt Wolfe left the show after this. "Lava and Rockets" is good because it adds a new alien race, the Ogami. This is a good show, but it slides a little downward in season 3. So enjoy this show while it is still great. I hope the Magog invasion will be in season 4!!!! ... Read more


17. Andromeda Season 3 Collection 2
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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Kevin Sorbo (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys) returns as Captain Dylan Hunt, courageous commander of the most glorious starship in the universe – the Andromeda Ascendant. With an unlikely crew of renegades and aliens, Dylan journeys across the universe, battling evil wherever it is found. From an original concept by Star trek creator, Gene Roddenberry, Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda features heroic stories, thundering action, and breathtaking special effects. A hit with TV audiences worldwide, the Gemini Award-winning and Saturn Award-nominated Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda will thrill audiences of all ages! ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Andromeda Season 3 Collection 2
This ia great DVD loved the interview with Kevin and the bloopers/outakes with Lisa, as well as all the other extras. Looking forward to seeeing the next DVD. I have collected Andromeda since it first came out on DVD and will continue to do so. Andromeda is so refreshing. The actors especially Kevin are great, as are the writers. The worlds they take us into are so believable and for an hour you get lost in their adventures. Andromeda is a must for any DVD collection. ... Read more


18. Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie
Director: David Winning, Shuki Levy
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Sales Rank: 11039
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Shift Into Turbo
The Power Rangers 1st movie was extremely popular. So were the first four seasons of the show, but this movie was unfortunately the beginning of the end for the show's popularity. The only thing I ever saw wrong with the Turbo Rangers was Justin. The idea of having an eleven year old for a ranger was just to off. Divatox was actually a good character to add. She was annoying and pushy just like Rita. The plot of this movie was good, but sadly short. What makes this movie really good is that unlike the first movie which had nothing to do with the series this movie actually blends in with the show. However in the end it didn't matter because after the show continued once the movie came out the show went down hill. The show amazingly still went on spanning off six more whole seasons and are now releasing a seventh, but the overall popularity of the show is nothing compared to what it used to be. Amazingly enough kids still watch the show. So now your probably thinking sense this movie was the start of the show's downfall it must suck. Wrong! The main reason why the movie failed is because many people in my generation were growing out of the show, in other words started saying, "The show is for kids." However hardcore fans like myself have stuck with the show till this day. I'm sure if the creators of the show decide or should I say dare bring out a third movie it'll probably do awful at the box office like this movie and I'll admit it's kind of hard for some people to stick with the show seeing how the show gets a whole new cast every year, but if you just like the overall theme of the show (Kids or in some cases young adults saving the world) then I say you'll like this movie. If like me you bought the video buy the DVD because I'm sure it's bound to wear out eventually. ... Read more


19. Andromeda Season 2 Collection 4
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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Asin: B0000APVF6
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Sales Rank: 16763
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars confusion
I think it is amazing the amazon can't seem to get this right. Is it collections? Is it 2.1, 2.2, etc? I took a tip from other reviews and went to bestbuy and got what I want. It was more expensive, but my time is a premium to me. All I wanted was order. Good luck finding it here.

3-0 out of 5 stars Confusion still rules
After spending more time than I would like to admit, on trying to figure out what combination of Andromeda Season 2 Volumes and or Collections I would have to order to end up with a complete Season 2, I stumbled upon the customer reviews for Season 2 Collection 4. I was amazed that people were having the same problem over 6 months ago. What is amazing is that Amazon has yet to fix the problem. I guess I'll give up like they did and buy this at Best Buy.

1-0 out of 5 stars We want to know the EPISODE NUMBERS!
A couple of the reviews below pointed out why I didn't buy this from Amazon. I don't know what I'm getting. I know the EPISODE sequence of the show. I know what I don't have...I DON'T know that this collection will give me EP
The Dance of the Mayflies
In Heaven Now are Three
The Fair Unknown
Immaculate Perception
The Knight, Death and the Devil
And if I don't KNOW that I'm going to get it from Amazon I'm not buying from them.

1-0 out of 5 stars I'll buy mine elsewhere
If Amazon isn't going to correct this problem then I'll purchase mine elsewhere.

5-0 out of 5 stars Andromeda: Season 2, Collection 4
This is not so much a review as an explanation of the "error" described in the prior review posted by another customer. There is not really an "error" on the part of the manufacturer, but rather confusion in the way our partners at Amazon.com have chosen to list the products.

I have tried to explain this "problem" to Amazon's customer service group before, but failed to get the point across.

The Andromeda series is being offered up in two separate DVD "formats", if you will... One being in "volumes" which contain two episodes on a single DVD and the other being "collections" containing four or five episodes on two DVD's.

Amazon has mis-matched these and the listing for "collection" number four shows the cover art for "volume" four - this is why the episodes don't match.

Since I could not get Amazon Customer Service to acknowledge the problem and tell me which was the collection and which was the volume, I just bought the title at my local Best Buy.

It turned out the collections were cheaper at BB and with no shipping charges. ... Read more


20. Andromeda Season 3 Volume 3.3
Director: T.J. Scott, Allan Kroeker, J. Miles Dale, George Mendeluk, David Winning, Pat Williams (III), Philip David Segal, Brenton Spencer, Jorge Montesi, Mike Rohl, Peter DeLuise, Allan Eastman, Richard Flower, Michael Robison, Allan Harmon, Brad Turner, David Warry-Smith
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Asin: B00018WMQQ
Catlog: DVD
Sales Rank: 15876
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