Regular Show-Complete Second Season (2010)
Audio Commentary-28 episodes
Featurette-Behind The Scenes
|Year Of Production||2010|
|RSDL / Flipper||
Dual Disc Set
|Cast & Crew|
|Region Coding||4||Directed By||John Infantino|
|Pan & Scan/Full Frame||None||English Dolby Digital 2.0 (224Kb/s)|
|Widescreen Aspect Ratio||1.78:1|
|Video Format||576i (PAL)|
|Original Aspect Ratio||1.78:1||Miscellaneous|
|Subtitles||English for the Hearing Impaired||Smoking||No|
|Annoying Product Placement||No|
|Action In or After Credits||No|
Regular Show is a Cartoon Network production which as with many Cartoon Network shows is being released in two different formats in Australia, being either full season collections or compilation discs of episodes. TrevorD previously reviewed one of the compilation discs, Slack Pack here and I reviewed another one here. Trevor includes a good rundown on the show for novices.
Following on from those two releases and the first season comes this second full season set of the show, this time covering all the episodes in Season 2, 28 in total. Unlike the previous compilations this release includes significantly more extras so these are probably the choice for dedicated fans of the show. Season 1 and 2 are also available as a Blu-ray edition combined together. Highlights of this season include Go Viral where the boys try to make a viral video but get in trouble with the matron of the internet, Ello Gov'nor where Rigby rents an English horror film and gets scared and Brain Eraser when Mordecai needs to erase a disturbing image of Pops from his memory.
The show is now in its fifth season on television and one presumes that more season sets will be forthcoming.
The video quality is very good.
The series is presented in a 1.78:1 aspect ratio which is the original aspect ratio.
The presentation is consistent with its television origins with decent clarity and good colour.
There are subtitles available in English for the Hearing Impaired.
The audio quality is good.
These discs contain an English soundtrack in Dolby Digital 2.0 . The dialogue is clear and easy to understand and the episodes are accompanied by a variety of songs and incidental music.
|Surround Channel Use|
A decent selection of extras are included.
The menu includes music.
Sam (whoever he is) records a karaoke song. This is silent vision of him doing it.
Commentaries are included for all 28 episodes mostly featuring the creator plus a member of the technical crew. Some have multiple commentaries available. Worthwhile for fans.
NOTE: To view non-R4 releases, your equipment needs to be multi-zone compatible and usually also NTSC compatible.
The Region 1 release is basically the same. Buy local.
The video quality is good.
The audio quality is good.The extras are quite good.
|DVD||SONY BDP-S760 Blu-ray, using HDMI output|
|Display||Sharp LC52LE820X Quattron 52" Full HD LED-LCD TV . Calibrated with Ultimate DVD Platinum. This display device is 16x9 capable. This display device has a maximum native resolution of 1080p.|
|Audio Decoder||Built into amplifier. Calibrated with Ultimate DVD Platinum.|
|Speakers||Monitor Audio Bronze 2 (Front), Bronze Centre & Bronze FX (Rears) + Sony SAW2500M Subwoofer|