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Doctor Who: The Complete Specials [Blu-ray] [Region Free]

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  • Actors: David Tennant, John Simm, Bernard Cribbins, David Morrissey, Michelle Ryan
  • Writers: Russell T. Davies
  • Format: PAL, Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: 2entertain
  • DVD Release Date: 11 Jan. 2010
  • Run Time: 305 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (323 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002SZQC7K
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,746 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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This 5 disc set includes the following -

The Next Doctor
The Next Doctor Feature (SD to HD up conversion)
DTS HD 5.1 Audio on feature only
The Next Doctor Confidential (SD to HD up conversion)
Doctor Who at the Proms (SD)
Dolby Digital stereo audio on extras

Planet of the Dead
Planet of the Dead feature (HD)
DTS HD 5.1 Audio on feature only
Planet of the Dead confidential (HD)
Dolby Digital stereo audio on extras

The Waters of Mars (HD)
DTS HD 5.1 Audio on feature only
Waters of Mars confidential (HD)
Dolby Digital stereo audio on extras

The End of Time - Part 1 (HD)
DTS HD 5.1 Audio on feature and confidential
The End of Time - Part 1 - Confidential (HD)
David Tennant video diary - The Last Days (SD)
BBC idents (SD) Audio commentary on feature Dolby Digital stereo audio on extras (except Confidential)

The End of Time - Part 2 (HD)
DTS HD 5.1 Audio on feature and confidential
The End of Time - Part 2 - Confidential (HD)
Russell T.Davies intro to deleted scenes (HD)
Doctor Who at Comic-Con 2009 (HD)
Audio commentary on feature
Dolby Digital stereo audio on extras (except Confidential)

The Next Doctor: It's Christmas Eve in 1851 in The Next Doctor and Cybermen stalk the snow of Victorian London. When the Doctor arrives and starts to investigate a spate of mysterious deaths, he's surprised to meet another Doctor (David Morrissey), and soon the two must combine forces to defeat the ruthless Miss Hartigan (Dervla Kirwan). But are two Doctors enough to stop the rise of the CyberKing?

Planet of the Dead: Starring Michelle Ryan and Lee Evans, Planet Of The Dead was the first of this year's specials. When a London bus takes a detour to an alien world, the Doctor must join forces with the extraordinary Lady Christina. But the mysterious planet holds terrifying secrets, hidden in the sand. And time is running out, as the deadly Swarm gets closer...

The Waters of Mars: The Waters of Mars welcomes Lindsay Duncan as the Doctor's cleverest and most strong-minded companion. The Waters of Mars is a dark, scary thriller that sees the Doctor land on the planet Mars, at a base in peril. A creeping infection beneath the Martian surface threatens not only the human race, but also the Doctor's most fundamental beliefs. Together with Adelaide Brooke - the base's commander - the Doctor must stop a seemingly unstoppable menace before it can reach Earth, and wipe out mankind.

The End of Time: Part One: Join the Tenth Doctor for his final journey in The End of Time Parts One and Two, when his psychotic nemesis the Master has been reborn, on Christmas Eve. With both determined to cheat death, the battle ranges from the wastelands of London to the mysterious Immortality Gate, while the alien Ood warn of an even greater danger approaching, as a terrible shadow falls across the entire Universe.

The End of Time: Part Two: The Doctor faces the end of his life as the Master's plans hurtle out of control. With the sound of drums growing louder, and an ancient trap closing around the Earth, the Doctor and Wilf must fight alone. But sacrifices must be made, and the deadly prophecy warns: "He will knock four times."

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After the tragic events at the end of series 4, the tenth Doctor chooses to travel alone and over the course of his final year in the role this equates to 5 longer than usual "special" episodes for David Tennant leading up to the very impressive arrival of Matt Smith at the end of THE END OF TIME PART TWO on 1 1 10 (which might be significant to any numerologists out there...).

First up is the 2008 Christmas special THE NEXT DOCTOR in which the whole idea that this Doctor might not be forever is addressed. David Morrissey guest stars when the Doctor meets a figure not unlike himself having adventures during a Victorian Christmastime and a comic tragedy unfolds that mixes Dickensian imagery with Cyberpunk as the Cybermen return with the help of Dervla Kirwan in a plot involving the kidnapping of street urchins to help create their Cyberking where only the Doctor(s) and a very different type of TARDIS can save the day.

By Easter, the Doctor has taken to riding buses around London, but even a simple bus journey can't be uneventful as before you know it he's been transported to THE PLANET OF THE DEAD with only Michelle Ryan's cat-burglar and a busload of passengers (as well as Lee Evans and UNIT) to help get him home. The stakes are high as a race of planet-eating flying manta rays are getting ever closer...

The darkest, scariest moment happens fifty years in the future when THE WATERS OF MARS are threatening to overrun Lindsay Duncan and her crew on Bowie Base One. The fact that they're all already doomed adds a dark edge to the story, but when the Doctor himself decides that he won't put up with that any more things take an even darker turn.

Back to Earth at Christmas again (via the planet of the Ood) for this Doctor's final battle.
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Once upon a time, I was NOT a Doctor Who fan. In the old days of Who, I avoided it like the plague. I hated the effects, the writing, the acting blah-blah-blah. And it took Russell T Davies and his vision of a new Doctor Who to make me interested. Then Christopher Eccleston regenerated into David Tennant...and the rest was history.

In my opinion, the quality of the stories really took off when Tennant came on board and had peaked at Series 4 (which remains my favourite series of Doctor Who bar none). And then after an amazing five year run, after so many painful departures...the man himself David Tennant declared that he was finally leaving.

It shocked me to the core, along with everyone else. For me (and millions more), he was MY Doctor. He made me a fan, and the fact that Russell T Davies was also calling it a day was heartbreaking.

So this boxset, containing the final five specials of the Davies era, marks the end of a truly wonderful era. Taking place after the monumentally superb Series 4, the premise here is the Tenth Doctor (after vanquishing greatest enemies Davros and the Daleks and saying goodbye to his best friend Donna Noble) is once again on his own. After losing so much, the Doctor decides its best to remain on his own and not to endanger anyone else and risk his heart being broken again.

These five specials (spanning from Christmas 2008 to New Year's Day 2010) feature David Tennant and a delightful all-star guest cast. Here he has a different companion for the duration of each adventure, resulting in some terrific, classic episodes, all running for an hour except the BIG FINALE, which runs for a stonking seventy-five minutes.
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Special Features

The Next Doctor
Doctor Who at the proms
The next Doctor confidential
New special moving menus

Planet of the Dead
Planet of the Dead Confidential
New special moving menus

The Waters of Mars
Waters of Mars confidential

The End of Time: Part One
Xmas confidential
David Tennant video diary - the final days
BBC idents
Audio commentary on feature

The End of Time: Part Two
New Year confidential
Russell T Davies intro to deleted scenes & deleted scenes
Doctor Who at comic-con 2009
Audio commentary on feature
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I've watched a lot of Doctor Who - "my" Doctor was William Hartnell and I started watching the series just after the first story. I've watched a lot...
Where does it say that EVERY story must be tense, exciting, original and scary? Just check out the original series for some wonderful clunkers! These specials should be taken for what they are: Popular family-oriented science fiction adventure. It's designed to appeal to the masses - it wouldn't be Doctor Who if it didn't - so why read more into it than that? OK some of the plots are wafer thin and some of the designs are ludicrous - what were they thinking of when they brought us the Cybershades? - but the whole is greater than the parts and the series marches on.
How would I rate these specials if pressed in a convention bar? Well, "The Next Doctor" was a bit of a disappointment as I just don't like huge robots, especially Cyberman ones! "Planet of the Dead" was better, despite the flying bus, "Waters of Mars" was actually quite good, but what happened to the Doctor towards the end? He's never gone quite so far out before, possibly the nearest the character has ever come to this was in the Tom Baker scene from "Genesis of the Daleks", where the Doctor debates the moral rights of the Daleks to exist at all. The final two-parter veered between daft and magnificent. If a casual viewer had tuned in for these, they would be left dazzled and mystified in turn. The Master Race? Too silly! The ACTUAL knocking four times - too brilliant for words! After saving the human race, the Doctor gives his life to save one old man? Fantastic! But would he have done this if he did not know the prophecy of his death? Probably!
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