The Bottom Line
- 3 main episodes and 2 bonus ones.
- Massive amount of guest stars from our childhoods.
- Matt Stone and Trey Parker say what they feel.
- $20 bucks MSRP for five episodes.
- Once again, the extras fall short.
- Director's cut of the "Imaginationland" trilogy.
- Mini-commentary from creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker.
- Two extra episodes are "Woodland Critters" and "Manbearpig."
Guide Review - 'South Park: The Imaginationland Trilogy'
The U.S. government has been keeping tabs on this in a super secret program. The nukes are ready to be used in hopes of saving our imaginations. Luckily there's one small child who possesses the power to aid the inhabitants: Butters better not be grounded this time.
This is a really cohesive story that brings all the elements of great writing and stunning visual aspects together. All of your favorite childhood characters have been drafted for an appearance, whether it's fighting for good or evil. The social commentary runs high with this one, without getting preachy.
Extras include two episodes, "Woodland Creatures" and "Manbearpig," which referenced heavily in the trilogy.
South Park: The Imaginationland Trilogy is a great set of DVDs, but with the lack of extras, I'll probably be using my $20 to buy some gas.