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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 28, 2013
  • Run Time: 360 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BXTH49M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,934 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

* Prequel to "The Bells of Saint John" * Clarence and the Whispermen

Editorial Reviews

The Doctor kicks off this new run of adventures by searching for his companion Clara - an Impossible Girl he's already lost twice. Together they find themselves battling monsters on distant alien planets, trapped in a Russian submarine with a deadly passenger, chasing terrifying ghosts, delving into the heart of the TARDIS, facing the Crimson Horror in Victorian Yorkshire, and coming face to face with an army of upgraded Cybermen. The action grows and the Doctor's oldest secret threatens to be revealed as the world's longest running science fiction series builds toward its explosive 50th anniversary.

Customer Reviews

Matt Smith does a great job as the 11th Doctor.
dave mclaughlin
"I know you're not real," Clarence cries, "You're just voices inside my head. Leave me alone!"
Happy Reader
As always, the writing and acting for this series is great.
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53 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Happy Reader TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 29, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The 2012 Christmas special, "The Snowmen", and it's Prequels, will not be part of the May release of Series 7 - Part 2. "The Snowmen" MAY be part of the Complete Season 7 DVD/Blu-Ray release, but BBC has not said so yet.
(You can purchase "The Snowmen" on its own for region 1, in DVD or Blu-Ray.)

[Added later: Yes, the Complete Series 7 will have "The Snowmen" PLUS a new commentary track with Michael Pickwoad (production designer) and Paul Spriggs (art director).]

The 8 episodes are only 45 minutes each. Though I love Doctor Who, I think the shorter time-frame does hobble the story-telling. Lots of detail crammed into a short time.

Wouldn't it be great if some of the new series had a commentary track like the Classic Doctor Who DVD's?
[Added August 2013: The Complete Season 7 does have four new commentary tracks, including on "The Snowmen" mentioned above. Matt Smith (about time he does a commentary!) and Jamie Payne (director) do the commentary on episode 7.9 "Hide". Hooray!]

Here are the Extras on the DVD issue of series 7 - Part 2:

1. Prequel to "The Bells of St. John" (2 min) The Doctor glumly sits on a swingset in a park. A young girl joins him, noticing that he's sad. He tells her he's lost something: "The first two times I met her, I just sort of bumped into her. So I thought, maybe, if I just wandered about a bit I might bump into her again. You know, like, destiny." Who is this understanding little girl?
2. "Clarence and the Whispermen" (2.5 minutes) Prequel to "The Name of the Doctor". Clarence is in prison, set to be hanged on the morrow. He opens his eyes and three ghastly creatures in top hats are watching him. "I know you're not real," Clarence cries, "You're just voices inside my head. Leave me alone!
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One thing is constant in the world of Doctor Who, change is inevitable. Just as you get to know and love a Doctor and/or his companion, the series will pull the rug out and begin things anew. Some of the most dramatic moments of this current BBC incarnation of Doctor Who came in these episodes where we had to say goodbye. In the eight episodes that comprise "Doctor Who: Series Seven, Part Two" (that's a mouthful), we deal with two such cataclysmic shifts. First, the enigmatic Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) takes center stage as a new companion after we bid farewell (very sadly) to Amy and Rory in the preceding DVD release of Series Seven, Part One. As if that were not traumatic enough, this is also the swan song of Matt Smith as the ever-changing Doctor. As such, these shows serve as a transitional period. Just as we acquaint ourselves with this new pairing, it has ended. And with the recent announcement that the brilliant Scottish actor Peter Capaldi (The Thick of It) will assume the mantle of Doctor for Season Eight, I suspect the tone of the show will change significantly.

I, therefore, have somewhat mixed feelings about this batch of episodes. While I like the easy chemistry of Smith and Coleman, the coupling was too brief to have the emotional heft of some of the longer running pairs. Coleman, in particular, is an intriguing new addition and learning more about her was one of the highlights here. For the first time, we had actually met this companion in prior episodes. Coleman had been on in two other storylines, and had died in both. So getting to the heart of her mystery is something that I was particularly interested in.
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28 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Graham Swearingen TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 30, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
This Blu-ray set features all 8 (BBC announced that "The Snowmen" will not be included in this set on 5/2) episodes of Series 7 Part 2:

*The Bells of Saint John
*The Rings of Akhaten
*Cold War
*Hide
*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:
*Note* Special Features subject to change, will update with the most accurate info as it becomes available.

*Prequel to The Snowmen
*Prequel to The Bells Of Saint John
*45 minute special: The Companions

*Episode Reviews*

"The Bells Of Saint John" Written by Steven Moffat (Doctor Who, Sherlock) and directed by Colm McCarthy (MI-5, Ripper Street) was a great episode. I really liked how the episode started with the Doctor as a monk in 1200 AD and Clara Oswald in the present and brought them together via the magic of the TARDIS. Steven Moffat's writing is always strong, and this episode is no exception. I really liked the reasoning behind making Clara the new companion which all gets tied in and clarified in the last few minutes of the episode, as well as who the baddie (as River Song would say "Spoilers") is of the episode, who was actually introduced in this last Christmas Special. The effects were great, the music was great, the location shooting looked great. This was a strong episode and I really like Jenna-Louise Coleman as Clara, I think she complements Matt Smith as the Doctor a lot better than Karen Gillan as Amy Pond did.
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