Freaks and Geeks Yearbook Edition

Previously available in a limited Internet-only run and long out of print, this second printing of the Freaks and Geeks Yearbook Edition is now making its debut at retail. Containing all the episodes, commentaries and special features of the Complete Series 6-DVD set, plus two extra discs and deluxe packaging, it’s the ultimate tribute to one of the greatest TV shows ever. Many of the cast and creators of the show are currently enjoying major Hollywood careers—including Judd Apatow (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Superbad), Paul Feig (The Office, Arrested Development), Seth Rogen (Knocked Up, Superbad, Kung Fu Panda), James Franco (Spider-Man, Pineapple Express), Linda Cardellini (ER), and Jason Segel (Forgetting Sarah Marshall)—ensuring the show’s continuing appeal to film and TV fans.


  • Contains all the bonus features included on Freaks and Geeks: The Complete Series.
  • 2 bonus discs containing 6 hours of additional bonus material.
  • Deluxe 80-page yearbook packaging, chock-full of exclusive photos, memorabilia and essays.


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The Home Movies 10th Anniversary Box Set

The Home Movies 10th Anniversary Box Set features all four seasons of [adult swim]’s hit animated show—every single episode, commentary track, and other bonus feature, including the 52-song CD included in the Season 4 box set, all housed in a special collector’s box. The set also includes a Home Movies canvas bag and director’s clapboard. Now the show’s uber-fans and curious newbies alike can own the entire run of Home Movies in this special limited edition box set.

  • Contains all the extras included in the four Home Movies box sets including the bonus CD.
  • Includes a branded director’s clapboard and canvas tote bag, both available nowhere else.
  • Housed in a deluxe flip-top box.


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Mystery Science Theater 3000: 20th Anniversary Edition

Mystery Science Theater 3000 comes to Shout! Factory just in time for its 20th anniversary, and we’re celebrating with a specially packaged Mystery Science Theater 3000: 20th Anniversary Edition, a 4-DVD set featuring four of the show’s most-requested episodes—First Spaceship on Venus (1960), Laserblast (1978), Werewolf (1996), and Future War (1997). The Emmy-nominated and Peabody Award-winning TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000 became a pop culture landmark in the ’90s by poking fun at horrible movies of every genre and time period, and letting us listen in. They made the unwatchable essential viewing.


  • “History of MST3K” feature in three parts
  • 2008 Comic-Con MST3K Reunion Panel
  • Original film trailers
  • Limited-edition version comes in a tin box with
  • 4 lobby cards and a figurine of Crow T. Robot, all exclusive to this set.


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The Gonzo Tapes: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

The Gonzo Tapes: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson was released by Shout! Factory on October 28. The 5-CD box set of previously unreleased recordings includes original cover artwork by Ralph Steadman, an introduction by film director Alex Gibney, and a 44-page booklet with never before seen photos from his estate.

Recorded by Thompson between 1965 and 1975, these tapes capture his thoughts and descriptions both as they’re happening and in reflection, as he would often go back to rerecord commentary. Filmmaker Alex Gibney, producer Eva Orner and Gonzo archivist Don Fleming were given permission by Thompson’s widow to explore the boxes of tapes stored in the basement of his Owl Farm home in Woody Creek, Colorado, left behind after Thompson’s suicide in 2005. Fleming transferred the audiocassettes and reel-to-reel tapes to digital files, and they made their way to the cutting room for the film Gonzo: The Life And Work Of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson.


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I Got the Feelin’: James Brown In The ‘60s

James Brown concert DVDs from the ’70s to the ’90s have scanned as many as 50,000 units each, but there’s never been a DVD collection that focuses on James Brown in his 1960s peak. Until now. Shout! Factory is proud to correct that with the release of the 3-DVD set I Got the Feelin’: James Brown in the ’60s, the definitive look at JB’s on-stage prowess, including an acclaimed documentary, two previously unreleased concerts, and more. With full-length versions of many classics, including “I Feel Good,” “Out Of Sight,” “Cold Sweat,” “Try Me,” “I Got The Feelin’,” “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World,” “Bewildered,” and “Please, Please, Please,” I Got the Feelin’: James Brown in the ’60s is an essential part of any music lover’s collection.


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Sports Night: The Complete Series 10th Anniversary

Debuting on ABC in 1998, Sports Night was an innovative half-hour program about a team of smart and likeable people who put on a daily live sports cable newscast, much like ESPN’s SportsCenter. This team is funny, disciplined, capable and fast-thinking—a group of consummate professionals, but in their personal lives . . . not so much. There they operate in apparent chaos, communicating every uncensored thought and feeling through a libretto of witty and honest chatter over the hum of the separate-but-integrated live show-within-the-show.

With breakout and memorable performances by Josh Charles (In Treatment), Robert Guillaume (Benson), Felicity Huffman (Desperate Housewives), Peter Krause (Dirty Sexy Money), Sabrina Lloyd (Sliders) and Joshua Malina (The West Wing), this was writer/producer Aaron Sorkin’s (A Few Good Men, The American President) first television series. And it was director Thomas Schlamme’s first collaboration with Sorkin. The pair, who would continue to click brilliantly with The West Wing and Studio 60 On the Sunset Strip, may not have known it at the time, but with Sports Night they defined a new style and raised the bar for all television programs to follow.

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