Doctor Who: Series 7 (2013)
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- Interviews with Matt Smith and Jenna-Louse Coleman from BBC AMERICA's The Nerdist
- All-new featurettes INFORARIUM, Clara and the TARDIS, and Rain Gods
- Other Featurettes including: The Making of the Gunslinger, Creating Clara, Last Days of the Ponds, and Pond Life
- Doctor Who Specials: The Science of Doctor Who, Doctor Who in the US, The Companions, and Doctor Who at Comic Con
- Prequels to these episodes: The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe, Asylum of the Daleks, The Snowmen (x3), The Bells of Saint John and The Name of the Doctor (x2)
- Audio commentary for episodes: The Snowmen, Cold War, Hide, and The Crimson Horror
Top Customer Reviews
*2011 Christmas Special: The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe
*Asylum of the Daleks
*Dinosaurs On A Spaceship
*A Town Called Mercy
*The Power of Three
*The Angels Take Manhattan
*2012 Christmas Special: The Snowmen
*The Bells of Saint John
*The Rings of Akhaten
*Journey To The Center of The TARDIS
*The Crimson Horror
*Nightmare in Silver (The Last Cyberman)
*The Name of The Doctor
This set also has the following special features:
*Behind the scenes featurettes
*Doctor Who on the Nerdist
*Doctor Who in the U.S.
*Last Days of the Ponds
*The science of Doctor Who
*Doctor Who at Comic Con
*NOTE* This set is more slim than the previously released series 5 and 6. Aside from being slimmer, the slip case fits very tightly around the trifold that houses the discs. I have to leave my set protruding slightly from the slip case or it would take few minutes before I could shake it free. Not a big issue, but not the same exact design used in the series 5 and 6 releases. The special features are set up the same way as the last two series, a few bits of supplemental material per disc. There is an insert pamphlet with Doctor Who merchandise. The first trifold houses the episode listing and supplemental material breakdown just as the complete sets for series 5 and 6 have. So this set aesthetically looks in line with the series 5 and 6 sets, just fits tighter due to being slimmer.Read more ›
Season 7 Part 1
Doctor Who: Series Seven - Part One
Season 7 Part 2
Doctor Who: Series Seven - Part Two
"The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe" (aired 12/2011)
Doctor Who: The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe
and "The Snowmen" (12/2012)
Doctor Who: The Snowmen
I can't believe it! For series 7, I caved in and bought Parts 1 & 2 and the Christmas Special separately, because it hadn't made a difference for series 6. And now look what they've done. The Complete Seventh Series will have commentary on four shows. I love the commentaries on the Classic Dr. Who series. Now I have to decide if I'm going to buy the Complete series 7 (and give away the separate parts). Decisions decisions.
These are the Bonus Features on The Complete Seventh Series.
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To put it plainly: the transfer on this set is garbage. I don't know what happened when the episodes were being transferred for release on this set, but the bitrate is in the toilet. I had another DVD set handy at the time -- Smallville: The Complete First Season, which was released at least 10 years ago -- and I did some number crunching. I used "A Town Called Mercy" from the Doctor Who set and "Rogue" from the Smallville set. Here's what I discovered:
The video bitrate for "A Town Called Mercy" averaged around 2.8Mbps, it never got above 3.5Mbps, and would sometimes drop as low as 1.6Mbps per second.
The video bitrate for "Rogue" averaged around 6Mbps, sometimes spiking as high as 7Mbps, never dropping lower than 3Mbps.
Even without watching the data display, the difference in picture quality was immediately apparent: Smallville looked like a regular old SD DVD, while Doctor Who looked like a poorly converted AVI file. The final season of LOST had this same issue when released on DVD a few years ago, and it was just as disappointing there as it is here. I'll include a picture showing the data header on each episode of the show, in which Doctor Who has tanked down to 1.8Mbps and Smallville is up at 7.6Mbps, a high to which Doctor Who never even comes close.
What's especially strange is the episodes-to-disc ratio. Smallville has four to five episodes per disc, whereas Doctor Who only has three episodes per disc. Yet Doctor Who is significantly more compressed and riddled with artifacts.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Series 5 is still my favorite of Matt Smith's tenure as the doctor, but there are a number of really good stories here.Published 27 days ago by Spencer Davis
As much as I loved this season I can't bring myself to spend $70 for it. I don't understand why the bluray is less expensive and if I bought the part 1 and part 2 sets separately... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jenn
in this we have both the 2011 Christmas and the 2012 Christmas specials. we also say goodbye to Karen Gillan ( Amy ) and Arthur Darvill ( Rory ) and we welcome a new companion... Read morePublished 2 months ago by daryl drumheller
It was a gift for my dad. It shipped fast and arrived safely. All of the CDs worked great and he loved it.Published 6 months ago by GG
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Here are the international release dates:
Region 2 - 20 January 2014
Region 4 - 22 January 2014
Region 1 - 4 March 2014
I think America is region 1, so you may want to import instead. Hope that helps!
Jan 5, 2014 by Tribal Spaceman | See all 2 posts
There probly Wating for the other two epis since this is Matt's last season so it be out next yr probably!!!
Jul 7, 2013 by Angel Kirkpatrick | See all 4 posts
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