New on DVD: Top DVD release Concentrates on noted slackers
[…] that the chatter of those brainless couch potatoes won over young viewers and also generated mounds of controversy. Not only can you get all of the episodes, but the boxed set contains the feature film “Beavis and Butt-Head Can America,” and bonus material including the pair of VMA appearances, a Thanksgiving particular, ” the 1994-1996 Butt-Bowls, MTV 20th Anniversary Special, the original, uncut “Frog Baseball” along with a 2011 Comic-Con panel featuring Judge and moderator Johnny Knoxville. “Bleed for It,” the most recent in a recent swarm of films based on true stories, but not merely must overcome the need to construct drama regardless of the audience understanding the ending but also must do this while working with a very recognizable sports film trope. The set features all 98 episodes digitally remastered in high-definition, and unique features like commentaries, deleted scenes from select episodes and archival mission logs. Shaggy’s Showdown: Gang visits a dude ranch that’s haunted. “Allied”: Brad Pitt is a dashing World War II officer and Marion Cotillard a mystical French spy on Robert Zemeckis’ superbly filmed story. “The Babymoon”: worry about expectant parents carrying elaborate vacations before the birth.