Most Righteous! Win ‘Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure’ on Blu-ray!

Whoa! It’s time for another contest already? That’s right, dudes and dudettes, we have a most triumphant prize to bestow upon our fortuitous readers. This week, you can win a copy of ‘Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure’ on Blu-ray. Party on!

Concerning the bodacious exploits of sirs Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Ted “Theodore” Logan, two righteous dudes from San Dimas, California who must travel through time to collect famous historical figures before they egregiously flunk their history exam, ‘Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure‘ is one of the smartest “dumb” movies ever made. This week, MGM finally brings it to high-definition disc.

To win the Blu-ray, all you have to do is participate in our photo caption contest by giving us a funny or clever caption for the following image. Click to enlarge:

For example: “The eighth dirty word you can never say on television is ‘cornhole’.”

It’s that easy.

We have two copies of the Blu-ray to give away. The winners will be chosen at our own subjective discretion based on whichever responses we enjoy the most. Entries are limited to 10 per person. That should give you plenty of opportunity to craft a good submission, but will also help us to avoid any potential appearance of awarding prizes based on volume rather than quality. (Please heed this limit. You will be taken out of consideration if you submit more than 10 entries.) All entries must be submitted in the Comments section of this blog post. Please do not attempt to email them to me.

This contest is only open to entrants from the domestic United States. We will not ship internationally (whether you’re a U.S. citizen or not). Employees of High-Def Digest or Internet Brands and their families are not eligible. Standard contest rules and conditions apply. People who have won any of our previous contests within the past one year are also not eligible to win, but may get Honorable Mentions.

The deadline for entry is Friday, November 16th. The winners will be announced the following week. Good luck, and be excellent to each other!


  1. JoeRo

    So you don’t know how to play your instruments, boohoo. Allow me to play the worlds tiniest two violins for you.

  2. William Henley

    700 years in the future, and we still haven’t found the cure for balding and wrinkles.

    BTW, I already ordered the movie, it shipped this morning, I just want to play along!

  3. Rob Babe

    “I already traveled forward in time and guys I’m telling you the Bluray is great. The image quality is clear, the audio is clear, even the extra’s, they’re clear.”

  4. Shayne Blakeley

    In a serendipitous bit of stunt-casting, the role of Rufus will be played by Ringo Starr in Bill & Ted 3.

  5. cgimovieman

    Many bowling scores are way up. Many golf scores are way down. And dudes, righteous genetic engineering has allowed for babes to have not just one, but two erogenous zones.

  6. cgimovieman

    My EXcellent friends, if you can break this imaginary thread, we can skip right to the end of the movie when all of your problems are taken care of.

  7. Dudes, I’ve come to warn you, do not buy into HD DVD. Say it with me with me now Blu ray, your music sound on a DTS HD Format will bring peace to the world… Yes Way.

  8. Simon

    Keanu, listen to me … A third movie would “excellent”, it would be an instant box office hit, bring peace to the world and be non, non, non, non, non, non triumphant !!! OH and I REALLY want to see Missy ( I mean Bill’s mom ) in fluorescent tight clothes again !!!

  9. William Henley

    Welcome to the future, San Dimas, California, 2688. Men are clean, women are clean, even the nipples are clean! Sadly, generations of mutations over the centuries since the last nuclear war means that tits are all small. On the plus side, I have the most excellent cock size, really excellent to fuck the tiny mutated cunts with. Piss on that shit, those cocksuckers don’t know a good motherfucking cunt when they see it.

    I got a feeling that WordPress is probably going to censor my post. If it does, I will repost while keeping from using the seven dirty words.

      • EM

        I saw this reply in the Recent Comments and had to check out the entry William was referring to—not because I wanted to see filthy language, not because I wanted to see what William considered to be filthy language, but because I wanted to see what language William was actually willing to post that he would consider so egregiously filthy and expect others to take the same way.

        This is hardly the filthiest language I’ve ever seen or heard…but it’s far filthier than I expected. I will work on that forgiveness. 🙂

        • William Henley

          Yeah, usually one or two words, forums tend to allow, but when you use that many, I have had forums throw out my comments based on language. So yeah, actually surprised that went through.

          And considering its George Carlin, I felt the comment to be on topic. 🙂

          BTW, got the movie in yesterday, and popped it in, and watched the extras too. It was everything I was hoping for. A few of the scenes at the begining of the film seem to be over-exposed or have the contrast pumped up, but for the most part, I am very happy with this transfer.

          Once again, i am not really playing to win, I just want to play. This is one of my all time favorite movies, and throwing out a few comments is fun!

          • EM

            For what it’s worth, I was reminded of a line from A Christmas Story:

            …which I was about to quote but have instead decided to turn into a contest entry. (See next page.) 🙂