DVD Review: ‘Family Guy: Volume Ten’ Captures Hit FOX Show

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CHICAGO – You’re probably still processing the news that Seth MacFarlane is hosting the Oscars next year and wondering if his TV show is still as funny as it used to be. Quick review? It’s not. The show has suffered creatively for a few years now as I think MacFarlane was spread too thin with his dozen or so projects. However, the DVD releases from FOX are still stellar, packed with special features.

HollywoodChicago.com DVD rating: 4.0/5.0
Rating: 4.0/5.0

The latest “Family Guy” release on DVD includes 14 uncensored episodes of the animated FOX hit but it’s the special features that will be of most interest to serious fans of the show as they includes commentaries on multiple episodes, deleted scenes, animatics, and more. For years now, the “Family Guy” DVD releases have been some of the best on the market and while the show may not be what it once was it’s nice to see Fox treating its fans with as much respect as they ever have.

Family Guy: Volume 10 was released on DVD on September 25, 2012
Family Guy: Volume 10 was released on DVD on September 25, 2012
Photo credit: Fox

Synopsis:
Get more Big Bang for your buck when you bring home this hilarious collection of 14 Family Guy episodes, in which Peter needs a new kidney, Lois becomes a boxing champ, Chris finds a new hobby, and Brian and Stewie unravel the space-time continuum in an effort to save the universe. Travel to a new cosmos of comedy with Family Guy!

StarClick here to buy “Family Guy: Volume 10”

Special Features:
o Commentary By Series Writers, Directors, Producers and Cast Members on Select Episodes
o Deleted Scenes
o All I Really Want For Christmas: The Music Of Road To The North Pole
o Herbert & Franz: The Making Of An Epic Fight Sequence
o Adam West Star Ceremony
o Select Scene Animatics

“Family Guy: Volume 10” was released by Fox on September 25, 2012.

HollywoodChicago.com content director Brian Tallerico

By BRIAN TALLERICO
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