Lost: The Complete Collection has to be the box set I am most thrilled about since the release of the Beatles Remastered Stereo CD Box Set on September 9, 2009. Yes, I have already seen every single episode of the show but there are some cool bonus features in the complete collection box set. Plus, I’m thinking about on watching the whole series over again, that’s how good it is.
The DVD version of the complete collection (it is also available as Blu-Ray discs) contains a full DVD disc of never before seen content. Just that alone probably makes it worth the purchase price for me. Having already seen all of the episodes, I’m still hungry for more!
In all there are about 30 hours of bonus features included along with every single one of the 121 regular shows. This means there’s a lot to discover in this set even for someone like myself.
There’s also some really cool special features such as an exclusive episode guide, a Lost island replica, and a special edition Senet game like the one seen in season six (do not worry if you haven’t seen season 6, that’s not a spoiler.) The box set even comes with a black light!
And if you’re fortunate enough to have not yet seen Lost then I must tell you to not waste another minute in ordering the complete collection of Lost. You are in for a true treat. Lost is among the greatest TVHow To Save Money When Buying Flat Screen TV?. Read more ... » series in history. It takes you on a trip that is chock full of unpredictable twists. I cannot possibly recommend it anymore highly. I am actually really jealous of people who haven’t taken this ride yet! Unfortunately for me, I can’t see it for the first time again.
But whether you’ve never seen Jack, John Locke, Hurley, Sawyer, Kate, Claire, and the rest of them before or not ordering this complete series box set is an obvious choice.