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  • Actors: Lenora Crichlow, Damien Molony, Michael Socha
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: 2entertain
  • DVD Release Date: 23 April 2012
  • Run Time: 460 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0070Y7692
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,374 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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In an old hotel in a sleepy seaside town live a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost, doing their best to live normal human lives. But lurking in every corner of society, there are vampires preparing to rid the world of humanity. The Old Ones are on their way – and it’s up to our heroes, Annie and her two new housemates Tom and Hal, to fight to prevent them taking over. Not only are there vampires to keep at bay, there’s also a wicked ghost on the loose, someone’s trying to expose the existence of werewolves – and Annie has a new baby to look after.

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Well, well, well...
I must admit that when I heard that about 75% of the original cast were leaving before the 4th series ended, I was sceptical at the prospect of Being Human without principle figures that held together much of the show.
How wrong was I?
As the series began with George's immense sacrifice, it makes for truly heart-breaking TV. But the show doesn't dwell on it, and some may even claim that it was wrong not to, I however saw it as something so much more, about just getting on and dealing with it because other matters were more important.
With this series, two new editions join Annie. Tom, from the previous series, comes into his own. His naivety and childlike nature develops over the eight episodes and is perfect when playing it against Hal, the prim, OCD new vampire. But in no sense is he a replacement for Mitchell, instead he is a wonderful character who is entirely his own. It is hardly believable that the actor Damien Molony is fresh out of acting school given is wonderful performance. In some cases I actually prefer him to Mitchell.
And Annie, oh, lovely Annie. Her wonderful presence is what holds the entire show together. Lenora is wonderful, as she always has been, really having to fend for herself now that George, Mitchell and Nina are gone. But eventually she learns to trust the new residents of Hondula Heights.
Aside from the three regulars, wonderful characters come and go; Adam (the horny teenage vampire from the previous series), Allison (A wonderfully quirky werewolf) Kirby (a ghost who is slightly in need of help...) Alex (Tomboyish lass from Scotland on a holiday) Cutler (Who I would be more than happy to make a return next series in a flashback...
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By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 Dec. 2014
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A three disc dvd set, which contains all eight one hour long episodes of Being Human series four. A bbc series about a Vampire, a Werewolf and a Ghost sharing a house together and trying to lead normal lives. Supernatural distractions notwithstanding.

This is not really a jumping on point, so new viewers should start with season one.

Regular viewers, read on.

Minor spoilers do follow. But you'll get those from the front and back of the box anyhow.

This season changes the line up. As you can see from the box cover. Time has passed between the series three finale and the start of this one. During which time a major event has happened offscreen. That does feel a bit jarring at first. But the length of the episode does mean you have more than come to terms with it by the end.

Annie is faced with having to bring up the Werewolf baby on her own. But manages to form a new family to replace her old one. Tom, the young werewolf from series three becomes a regular character. Then there's new housemate Hal. A five hundred year old vampire. Posh. Uptight. Obsessive compulsive. And hiding from his horrible past.

Living normal lives and bringing up baby Eve won't be easy. Hal and Tom don't initially get on whatsoever. Someone is trying to expose the existence of werewolves. And the old ones are on their way...

How you react to the changes is going to be a matter of opinion. But if you're prepared to accept them, then they're fine. Hal is a great character, an individual in his own right and totally different in many ways from Mitchell. He and Tom do, over the course of the season, make a great double act. And both characters do develop really well.
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I was a little worried after the end of series 3 and then with the watching if the first episode of this series purely because we loose 3 out of 4 of the original main cast.

Worry not! Despite missing them at times, the new characters which take their place still offer the same humor, fight against their nature and witty comments that the series has always boasted. Annie is back but as you know we loose Mitchel, George and Nina but in their place we have vampire newcomer Hal and werewolf from last series Tom. It is amazing to see that despite loosing what I thought were the core characters, that these new characters win your heart just like Nina,George and Mitchel did. The story still continues and the war against the vampires and werewolves and humans still rages on and as ever the unity of the werewolf, vampire and ghost not to mention Nina and George's baby Eve, all under one roof creates a mighty force to be reckoned with.

As ever, one of the best BBC series to date and proof that we do it the best since the US have tried and failed to replicate it!

Well written, scripted and acted, you will struggle to find a TV series quite like it.

Loving it more with each new episode,just can't get enough!

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was unsure about this series going in, after Mitchell left, then George leaving and Nina, I was very weary of it you never know how a new cast will affect a series, though i have enjoyed it on the last two episodes, the only problem i have with it is it too much like the first formula it doesnt really create a better dynamic. but that isnt a big thing. it is still the same being human, Tom returns as the new werewolf and new character Hal who is much like Mitchell but different as well. he has much more of a history being an elder. and also darker. the series still retains its humour. though the episode a spectre calls i didnt like much, the charactor Kirby really annoyed me, was over acted and not the best episode in the series. and i do miss the little epilogues before every episode well this series does but the first one has a future one.
i enjoyed the series, and with news that their will be a series 5 but minus Annie so not too sure if thats a step too far or not but will have to see. i would have prefered George over Tom but hey.

i came into Being Human quite late, the idea sounded to comedic, and i brought series 1 on dvd and made the mistake of watching the pilot episode which i thought was terrible so never watched the rest. (the original pilot without the actor who played Mitchell in it)

anyways i recommend it to new and old fans
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