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As someone who was never into Halo so never initially expressed much interest in the Red vs. Blue internet series, I can safely say that the upcoming “The Best Red vs. Blue DVD. Ever. Of All Time.” DVD has proven to be just the introduction to RvB that I could need. For current fans of the show, I doubt you’ll be disappointed either, as we’re treated to two hours of some of the best moments of Red vs. Blue as voted on by the fans.
“The Best Red vs. Blue DVD” (I’m not retyping that whole name every time, dangit) has the format of an awards show as the characters from the series have entertaining bits in which they present the various award winning scenes and clips. In most cases, you’ll be treated to the featured highlight, where in others you may get to see the entire miniseries. It’s a really nice collection full of hilarious clips and serves as a great introduction to the series, even without deliberately being packaged as such.
From the entire Grifball miniseries “Expansion” to clips such as “Fire Safety” and even the large SFX moments like the epic car chase scene and the fight between the freelancers. It succeeds in being both hilarious and awesome all at once.
It’s worth noting that the editing is a bit rough in some places and there aren’t really any “extras” per se, but the important thing to remember is that this DVD only costs $5. Literally. Five bucks. For five bucks, you get two hours of hilarious best-of entertainment and there’s no good reason not to justify it.
So laugh along with Sarge, Caboose, Grif, Simmons, Donut, Tucker, Church, and the rest of the gang. Coming soon, we’ll be reviewing the upcoming Ten Years of Red vs. Blue Box Set, so don’t miss that!
The Best Red vs. Blue DVD. Ever. Of All Time. will be available nationwide on Monday, October 1st, 2012.