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  • Actors: Brian Downey, Xenia Seeberg, Michael McManus, Stephen McHattie, Britt Ekland
  • Directors: Carl Harvey, Chris Bould, Christoph Schrewe, Colin Bucksey, Paul Donovan
  • Writers: Andrew Selzer
  • Format: Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Acorn Media
  • DVD Release Date: March 25, 2003
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000083C4A
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #333,273 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Special Features

  • Includes episodes 4.05-4.08: Xevivor, The Rock, Walpurgis Night, Vlad
  • CGI gallery
  • Behind-the-scenes photos
  • Storyboards
  • Production sketches
  • Interactive trivia
  • Original uncut episodes including scenes not aired on TV

Editorial Reviews


The second volume from the fourth season of Lexx is leaner, more accessible, and funnier than its wild-eyed predecessor's relentless satire. While volume two begins with a swift (and Swiftian) assault on the lunacy of reality television, most of its energy is reserved for a suite of connecting stories that find sexy Xev (Xenia Seeberg), dead-man-walking Kai (Michael McManus), and vainglorious Stan (Brian Downey) on a comically perilous global journey. Convinced he's the king of Newfoundland, Stan drops by to claim his throne in "The Rock," only to collide with thickheaded locals, a troublesome doppelganger, and fresh mischief from longtime nemesis and American ATF boss Prince (Nigel Bennett). The best episode, however, "Walpurgis Night," finds our antiheroes in Transylvania, where Dracula and the old gang discover their classic legend undone by jaded extraterrestrial interference. This may not be Lexx at its most inventive, but it's solid comedy. --Tom Keogh

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The wandering outcasts aboard the LEXX continue their misadventures on Earth in this second installment of Series 4. After a reality-show parody in which luscious love slave Xev becomes the object of the game, the scene shifts to a big land mass out in the North Atlantic and then to a spooky castle in Eastern Europe. This SCI FI Channel favorite continues on its one-of-a-kind trajectory as villains from the past reappear in new guises and a crop of killer vegetables looms large. Includes the following episodes: 4.05 Xevivor, 4.06 The Rock, 4.07 Walpurgis Night and 4.08 Vlad. Starring Brian Downey as Stanley Tweedle, Xenia Seeberg as Xev, Michael McManus as Kai and Jeffrey Hirschfield as 790. DVD FEATURES: Audio: 5.1 Surround Sound, 2.0 Stereo; Storyboards; Behind-the-scenes photos; Production sketches; CGI gallery; Interactive trivia; Original uncut episodes including scenes not aired on TV; and scene index.

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Weiss on March 11, 2003
I am not a fan of sci-fi. i am not even a big fan of tv shows. but one night, i accidentally came across LEXX. I still to this day don't know why I watched the whole episode that i did, but i have been hooked ever since. If i was not around to watch it, I had to tape it.
For a show that's on the low end budget scale with cheesy effects, i find myself asking why do i watch a show, that not a single one of my friends, or family or work buddies have ever heard of! The reason is simple, LEXX is very origonal, funny, and believe it or not, smart. Where Star trek boldly goes, LEXX just wants to survive. Each Character is so compelling that you actually care about them. Stanley, the ... captian by mistake, Xev, the bombshell vixen warrior who constantly craves [love] but can't get it, and kia, the dead hero of the show (the mr. spock so to speak). I started watching during season 2, and watched every episode since. Try to catch it on the sci-fi channel, then buy any one of these dvd sets. It's very entertaining and never takes itself seriously, the ... graphics are hidden behind great acting (seriously) and complex but hilarious most of the time plots. Give it a shot...please.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Douglas Ratcliff on March 10, 2003
The first four episodes of Series Four were kind of lackluster, though they all had their high points. But starting with Xevivor, Series four chugs down some serious octane.
In Xevivor, Xev is both the prize and the judge in a reality show that is ultimatly attacked by savage carrots.
In the Rock, Stan becomes the King of Newfoundland. He has finally traveled far enough across the two universes to meet himself. Kai does a nice improv of the BrunnenG war song.
Walpurgis Night and Vlad both take place in Transylvania where Kai meets one of the few beings deadlier then he is.
Everyone should buy this and all the other Lexx DVD's and maybe they'll make a sequil to this wonderful series. But, probably not.
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Season four of The Lexx is a great disappointment. The planets Fire and Water, which were very interesting in season 3 have been destroyed, and now the Lexx and crew experience "the little blue planet" a "type 13 planet in its end stages" meaning Earth.

There are a few laughs, but the shows in season 4, even with the talents of Bunny and Prince are not very well written and in many cases just plain dumb.
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