Angel: Season 3

DVD Reviews | Mar 4th, 2005

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Starring David Boreanaz, Julie Benz, Charisma Carpenter, J. August Richards, Christian Kane, Stephanie Romanov
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Studio: 20th Century Fox
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FOX is just pumping out these Angel DVDs aren’t they? Fans of Angel will absolutely love that though and wish more movie studios would do the same thing. I wish the Simpsons creators would go the same route as Buffy or Angel and have the DVDs get released every few months.

Season 3 begins with Angel returning from spending some time in a Tibetan monastery mourning the death of Buffy, and then finding out he is now a father. This season is full of fun surprises and twists, along with the usual mix of action, horror and humor.

This 6 Disc set contains all 22 episodes of Season 3 and this would be great time to play a game of catch up on the series since Angel is on it’s 5th season now. I’m sure the 4th season will be released in the next few months too. The episodes are in Widescreen, and look great by the way! FOX shows like 24, The Shield (FX, same thing hehe), Futurama and Angel always seem to have really awesome quality DVDs.

The features are decent, nothing really that special. Basically the discs have the same old stuff that other season DVDs had, which isn’t a bad thing. There’s deleted scenes with commentary by creator Josh Whedon, Tim Minear and Mere Smith, which I haven’t checked out yet but I’ll get to that soon. The outtakes are pretty funny, and the behind the scenes feature is interesting, but, like I said before, it’s the same stuff with each season. At least there are some extras on these discs though. Some TV shows don’t bother putting that stuff on the DVDs and it’s unfortunate.

But overall Angel Season 3 was an exciting season to watch and is definitely worth checking out for old and new fans alike.


ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Surround
SPANISH: Dolby Digital Surround

Widescreen 1.78:1 Color


Favorite Scenes: Spike: “Do you two need to be alone or shall we get on to the ouchy part?”
Rating: NR
Running Time: 990 minutes
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