Saturday, August 16

Battlestar Galactica Season 4 (R2) in October

Source: DVDTimes

Universal Playback have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of Battlestar Galactica Season 4 on 6th October 2008 priced at £34.99. While technically Season 4 of the re-imagined sci-fi series has been split into two parts for broadcast (with the second batch of episodes yet to air) the first part consisting of 10 episodes is being released here on UK DVD as Season 4.
The 10 episodes are spread across four-discs presented in anamorphic widescreen with English DD5.1 Surround and English DD2.0 Stereo audio, and English SDH subtitles. Extras include the feature length Razor, deleted scenes and a sneak peek into the final season. Total running time of the extras is listed as 3hrs 4mins approx.


Marinell said...


Your readers would probably like to know that Inside Media at The Paley Center has a show about Battlestar Galactica now available on iTunes.

Here is the link:

About Inside Media at the Paley Center's Battlestar Galactica:
The creators and cast of Battlestar Galactica talk about the re-imagining of the show, what makes it different, and its impact on everyday life. This William S. Paley Television Festival evening honors Battlestar Galactica, the re-imagining of the 1978 ABC sci-fi series about a lost tribe of humans on a fleet of starships, led by the Battlestar Galactica, during a war with the robotic Cylons. David Bushman (television and advertising curator, The Paley Center for Media) moderates the following panelists: executive producers Ronald D. Moore and David Eick, and cast members Grace Park (Sharon), James Callis (Dr. Gaius Baltar), Jamie Bamber (Lee "Apollo" Adama), Katee Sackhoff (Kara "Starbuck" Thrace), Mary McDonnell (Laura Roslin), and Edward James Olmos (Adm. William Adama). After a video hello from actress Tricia Helfer (Six), the panelists cover a number of topics, including why the producers decided to re-imagine Battlestar Galactica, the social relevance of the show, the casting and writing processes, the difference between BSG and other sci-fi shows, and the use of the word "frak" in everyday life.

Thank you for considering sharing the news with your readers!

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FKIProfessor said...

Just for the record, I've been using the word "frak" as part of my normal vocabulary since 1978. It is one of those amazing words that can be a noun, verb, adjective, explitive, or on occasion even and adverb.