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Monday Night Mayhem DVD Review: The Hardy Show: Season 7
Produced by The HardyShow.com
Written By: “Wild” Bill Brown
In the seventh installment of this innovative series, “The Hardy Show” expands past the limits, and showcases the widest variety of their personalities ever. Enjoy the mystery, the intrigue, the creativity, & the unknown here as “The Hardy Show: Season 7” brings to you ten brand-new episodes of all different kinds. For almost three hours, this DVD will make any wrestling fan, whether you like The Hardy’s or not, get sucked into watching & understanding the topics being told by the titles displayed. Take this incredible view at a vast spectrum of inspiring acting & masterful displays from some truly creative & outgoing minds.
Keeping in mind that this is not produced by a million dollar television studio (or anything similar), one has to be simply amazed by not only the camera work & clarity of anything being shown, but the presentation & musical effects that are constant throughout the DVD. This is incredibly well-produced & so easy to be grasped by the enjoyment of what’s being shown that “The Hardy Show: Season 7” may exceed almost any expectation of a video production made for DVD.
What’s On The DVD?
Watch all your favorite characters: Matt, Jeff, Shannon, Kimo, Itchweeed, Beth, & many more, as they showcase ten different episodes of both imaginative & reality TV.
The first episode of Season 7 is actually titled “The Us Show,” where The Hardy’s & Shannon were put out to pasture, and their enemies were trying to make a better show with their own ideas. The humor is great, and the story is telling — all the way through the ending & return of Matt, Jeff, & Shannon.
As you go through the DVD, Episode 2 has a crazy Halloween contest, hosted by Itchweeed, with some out of the ordinary characters competing against one another.
Episode 3 features “The Artist,” and you will get to see Jeff’s deep passion for his own arts & paintings, as well as foils & statues. You will see how unbelievably talented & how patient Jeff is when it comes to any form of creative art developments. An awesome episode to check out.
Episode 4 is from the old days, a Hardy classic from 1996 titled “A Million Reasons To Live, A Billion Reasons To Die,” and shows the first few years & early days of their innovative creativity & charisma that develops.
Episode 5 is “The Gamble,” and you will see a game where what’s at stake to the loser is beyond your normal requirements. What will happen, and how does it take place? Find out here!
Episode 6 is a “Spotlight On Gas Chamber Ink,” which is Shannon Moore’s personal tattoo shop. See how “The Prince Of Punk” runs his own private business & what they have for their clients.
Episode 7 Is “The Nine Man Meeting.” Matt Hardy will bring to you one interesting discussion, containing nine separate personalities.
Episode 8 features “Chef Jeff” and his style of cooking & grilling. You will get the feel as if you were invited to the Hardy house, as they tell stories & share humor, as well as present tips on their menu foods for the evening.
Episode 9 is the “Y? Light Zone,” and brings out the uniqueness of a prescribed medicine & the outrageousness that can be brought out by it. Jeff sees some crazy stuff, but the story is compelling to watch & goes beyond your normal mindset.
The final episode, Episode 10, is titled “Champs.” This is the best chapter of the bunch, as it gives any Hardy fan a healthy appetite for the Hardy’s appreciation for all of the support they have been given & how it excelled them to be at the top of their game. Matt & Jeff at this time both became World Champions at the same time in the same company, a feat that had never yet been done, and you (the viewer) will be showcased this appreciation & given a chance to share in a round of applause for The Hardy Boyz.
If you enjoy Matt or Jeff, the things that they do or the style of their lives, this is a must-have DVD. Believe the hype on this, and check it out; “The Hardy Show S7” is the best one yet since the creation of this series.
www.TheHardyShow.com is the official website to visit & see the older versions of their reality series, as well as all other titles that they have to offer. “The Hardy Show: Season 8” is also in the works & soon-to-be-released, and all the upcoming information can be found there pertaining to “The Best Show Not On TV…” yet.
Overall Rating: 9.5
This DVD was reviewed By “Wild” Bill Brown. Visit the official website, Facebook, & MySpace pages of The Mayhem’s official DVD reviewer at http://www.BBrownVideo.com, http://www.Facebook.com/BBrownVideo, & http://www.MySpace.com/BBrownVideo.
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