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  • Actors: Robert Sheehan, Lauren Socha, Nathan Stewart-Jarett, Antonia Thomas, Iwan Rheon
  • Directors: Tom Green, Tom Harper
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Channel 4 DVD
  • DVD Release Date: 14 Mar. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004IK8F7I
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 31,195 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All six episodes from the second series of the E4 comedy drama following a gang of five teenage outsiders who suddenly find themselves saddled with strange superpowers after getting caught in a flash storm while on Community Service. Nathan (Robert Sheehan) seems to be the only member of the ASBO gang unaffected by the storm, but when he wakes up in his coffin after having taken a tumble off the roof and died at the end of the first series, his power becomes apparent. Back at the community centre, Nathan's friends are still grieving over his loss and waiting for a new Probation Officer, while trouble is just around the corner in the changing form of an irksome shape shifter...

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. William Oxley VINE VOICE on 18 Dec. 2010
Format: DVD
Misfits series 1 was a BAFTA for drama winning cracker, Misfits series 2 is just as entertaining to watch. Many people have discovered The Inbetweeners - Series 1-3 - Complete [DVD], now your mission is to make them discover this, the Misfits.

Thank the stars that the first episode sees the return of Nathan thus revealing his power of life over death. Nathan is truly brilliant - I love to watch him, he just cracks me up. He talks out loud without thinking and has no regard for the consequences of his antisocial behaviour - unconstrained freedom that often gets him and his community service mates into trouble. Cool Curtis, gorgeous Alisha, street smart Kelly, and weird Simon are all back for some more adventures, or rather just trying to survive life in a world gone crazy, facing their responsibilities, and trying to growing up.

Superhoody brings a whole new problem to the gang - he knows their secret - but what is he doing jumping around, watching them, saving them. And who is he? With the demise of their previous unlucky Community Officers they have cast a thoroughly enjoyable bum, who seems not to give a hoot about them, and treats them with zero respect. The role is almost a brief cameo each episode but it would be great if he had more air time.

The episodes are not above dealing with different issues that often than not centre around sex, so beware of the high adult level content in most episodes.

Basically all the cast are back and the show is fantastic. For more information about the show go to the E4 website.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 May 2011
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More sharply written, in-your-face fare - it forever extending the boundaries. The Infamous Five are still on community service, their new supervisor (replacing the two killed) amusingly humourless and sardonic.

This strong second season sees developments. Those supernatural powers, result of the lightning strike, have also affected others. Amongst those around to cause problems are seriously scary shapeshifter Lucy and one who thinks he is in a computer game, points awarded for everyone he tortures and destroys.

Who is the five's masked guardian angel - athletically scaling walls, leaping from roof to roof, repeatedly arriving just in time to protect them from grief? (His identity is the season's biggest surprise.)

Many highlights and much to startle. Especially effective are the sudden changes of mood (as with what follows a rare tender moment in the Christmas Special). Unexpectedly moving is Nathan's reconciliation with his dad (Dexter Fletcher) and how it came about.

Events in this colour-drained surreal world prove strangely addictive, all the cast making the most of their roles. Robert Sheehan is great as gobby, frenetic Nathan. Iwan Rheon as meek Simon increasingly impresses. Seven episodes (including the Christmas one). Interesting behind the scenes extras (Lauren Socha sounding exactly like her character Kelly).

Not for the faint hearted and easily offended. This comedy-with-attitude has a cult following, Season 3 eagerly awaited.
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I am so mixed about this show. It starts off amazingly well. The story is fast paced and stylish. The dialogue is superb and the acting is brilliant.

Why am I so mixed? Well, it feels like the original writer(S) were yanked away and some new people took over. It feels like the new writers didn't quite get how amazing this show is. I could be totally wrong, but (mild spoiler alert) the show kind of takes on a different direction and as a result feels more like Misfits 2 by the end as many cast members are unceremoniously written into oblivion at random points. Imagine your favorite restaurant gets bought by a soulless corporation. They replace all the staff and although the new staff are great, things don't feel the same. The decor is the same, but it doesn't feel like home anymore. That is my one and only criticism of this show.

That's why I only gave this 4 stars, because the actors made me love them. Then the writers took them from me. (I know sounds dramatic but they really do get under your skin)

Do I wish I had never watched this? Heck no, this is probably one of the best series I have ever seen and was hooked almost instantly. I would highly recommend this to anyone if you are a sci fi fan or not. The performances, the dialogue, character development, and dark comedy should appeal to anyone.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By sharon on 23 Dec. 2010
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I have become a huge fan of this series & the DVD has helped calm the craving...
Comes with two disc's with six episodes, plus the Christmas special, the Special features include The Making of Misfits, Shooting Misfits, Behind the Scenes & the 11 Online mini films.You get plenty of off screen action, talk from the the talented actors & clever production team: they use different lenses for each Misfit, & the swing & swivel method is explained .
Love the premise of social outcasts with super powers, genius, dark & gritty - sarcastic, shocking & hilarious, alot better than other programs of the same genre, blows them out of the water. No wonder they won a BAFTA, Can watch it again & again & still laugh out loud.
My favourite episode this season has to be the 'Grand Theft Auto' Episode, where a guy is living his life through an XBox Video game.
If you haven't watched the first season do, superb and brilliant British humour, acting & social setting..
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