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The Silence and Gangers
5.1 Surround Sound
Doctor Who: Series Six, Part 1 offers fans concrete assurance that the venerable series remains in good hands with Steven Moffat as head writer and executive producer, as well as a tantalizing direction for the program in the episodes to come. Extras on the Blu-ray set are limited to a pair of Monster Files featurettes, which explore the creation and execution of the Silence and the Gangers in considerable detail, including interviews with the cast and crew (save Smith) and behind-the-scenes footage. --Paul Gaita
The video quality, while 1080i rather than 1080p, is nevertheless excellent.
I do feel as though the show has been tailored a bit towards Matt Smith's style, though I can assure you this is not a bad thing.
You really, really won't see this one coming, and you won't be able to keep yourself from watching the next episode.
Good to see the Dr. again! Order came in earlier than anticipated and am very pleased.Published 2 months ago by Lee W. Faulk
Personally I dont find the "Special Features" included in "The Complete Sixth Series" (DVD) to be "special" enough to warrant paying an additional $17. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bowman
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|Season 6 Half-Season Price vs. Season 5 Full-Season Price||
Because this is a no-frills set. It only has one or two small featurettes. The forthcoming full season set will have the Christmas Special, the Comic Relief 'minisodes', deleted scenes, Doctor Who Confidentials, etc., etc. Its price will be in line with Season 5 set.
Jul 27, 2011 by Byron | See all 2 posts
|is there an episode listing on this package?||
I'd guess this is the first seven episodes of series 6, starting with "The Impossible Astronaut." Probably not the Christmas episode since that was just released a few months back... same price, too.
May 27, 2011 by Richard Driver | See all 5 posts