The Boondock Saints

Troy Duffy’s The Boondock Saints remains a cult classic for a very particular breed of cult (i.e., people who liked the trench-coated, flat-affect violence of The Matrix, but don’t think it contained enough gratuitous nudity), which is presumably why there’s still a TV version of the film in the works. Now, fans of Duffy’s particular brand of vigilante justice can put (a lot of) their money where their filthy, Latin-spouting mouths are, with the Boondock Saints: Origins prequel show offering an advance release box set for the low, low price of $600.

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What do you get for your money? “Over $1,000 in merch,” plus a DVD of the show’s first season, according to the show’s web site, and a video from the first film’s co-star, David Della Rocco. But that’s just the bare minimum of what you can get for your ill-gotten cash: Duffy’s production company is offering Gold Ticket and VIP Emerald Packages, for $5,000 and $10,000, respectively, securing a ticket at the show’s launch party on St. Patrick’s Day 2018 (obviously) in Boston (obviously, again).

Boondock Saints: Origins is also accepting donations, for those who don’t have $600 to spend, or who just don’t want a tacky DVD suitcase cluttering up their house. Meanwhile, you can pick up a DVD of the original Boondock Saints—or, even better, the Duffy-based documentary Overnightfor a couple bucks on Amazon right now.