Lost: The Complete DVD Series
<a href=”http://www.musicbyday.com/lost-order-the-complete-series-dvd-blu-ray/823/”>Lost: The Complete Series on DVD</a> has to be the boxset I am most thrilled about since the <a href=”http://www.musicbyday.com/the-beatles-remastered-stereo-cd-box-set/492/”>Beatles Stereo Box Set</a> and the <a href=”http://www.musicbyday.com/the-beatles-mono-box-set/490/”>Beatles Mono Box Set</a> in summer of ‘09. Yes, I’ve already seen every single episode of the show but there are some cool bonus features included in the complete collection box set. Plus, I’m planning on watching the entire series again, that’s how good it is.
The DVD version of the complete collection (it’s also available as Blu-Ray discs) contains a full DVD of previously unseen content. Just that probably makes the set worth the purchase price for me. There’s no more regular episodes for me to see, but I still want to see more!
In all there are about 30 hours of bonus features included along with every single one of the 121 regular shows. This means there’s a lot of new stuff in this set even for someone like myself.
There are also some cool special features such as a Lost episode guide, a Lost island replica, and a Senet game as seen in season six (don’t worry if you haven’t seen season 6, that’s not really a spoiler.) The box set even comes with a black light.
And if you are fortunate enough to have not yet seen Lost then I must tell you to not waste another second in ordering the Lost box set. You are in for a real treat. Lost is definitely among the greatest TV shows in history. It takes you on a real trip that is full of surprising twists and turns. I cannot possibly recommend it anymore highly. I am actually really jealous of those who haven’t been on this adventure yet! Unfortunately for me, I can’t see it for the first time again.
But whether you have never met Jack, Locke, Sawyer, Hurley, “Freckles”, Claire, Charlie, and the rest of the gang before or not purchasing this complete collection boxset is a no brainer.