I don't even remember how long ago it was, but my friend Troy sent me the link to a clip on YouTube called "Burger Czar". I clicked and watched a clip of a orange Yeti and a Frankenstein style monster try and order less than healthy food at a drive through window. I never laughed harder. I sent the clip to everyone I knew.
I've been a fan ever since.
As time went on and more and more episodes of Transylvania Television came out, I fell further in love with the show. The hijinx of Furry, Count LeShoc, Batfink and Dwayne became something that I cherished with the release of every new episode. When Season One ended, I could not wait for Season Two to start on July 4th of this year.
As of August 4th, you can bring home the fun of Season One encased in this amazing DVD!
It's got both versions of the pilot. The version that aired on TV and the shorter, condensed version. Plus tons of HILARIOUS outtakes.
It also has all the my favorite episodes from Season One; LeShoc Goes Online, Bat's Butt and more!
There are also videos from the shows past like it's original promo where you will notice slight differences that have been made.
There are also other rarities that you may not have seen before like the VERY funny "Hey Hitler" sketch.
Really the only bad thing that I can think of to talk about on this DVD is how sometimes the menu seems to sometimes have a mind of it's own. When I click on Pilot, it ends up showing me the entire season.
All in all this is a MUST HAVE DVD for fans of entertainment. Not only are these gentlemen creative and hilarious, they are really nice guys. I had the joy of meeting Gordon Smuder and his wife Jennifer Menken at Chicago Con 2009. They were the highlight of a rare large epic fail of a convention.
You can see new episodes of Transylvania Television every Thursday at www.transylvania-tv.com or subscribe to the show via iTunes.
Also, don't forget to check out sculptures of classic style ray guns and steam punk props at www.myspace.com/puppetforge and the incredible creations of Jennifer Menken can be viewed at www.wildcargo.etsy.com