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Bedlam 2 Seasons 2011

All six episodes from the first series of the supernatural drama starring Will Young and Charlotte Salt. The Bedlam Heights apartment block offers luxury living to its young professional residents, but unimaginable horrors lie behind the building's modern, stylish facade. Once a lunatic asylum, the site is still haunted by the malevolent spirits of its dark and bloody past.

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Hugo Speer, Charlotte Salt

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1. Cohabitants

When Jed receives mysterious texts telling him to 'Save Kate' he travels to newly-renovated Bedlam Heights to tackle the ghosts of the former asylum's dark past. Kate has been wearing a ring that has disturbed the ghost of a former asylum inmate and Jed must get to the bottom of what's going on and save Kate from a terrifying ordeal before it is too late.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2011
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2. Driven

Molly becomes concerned when her friend Leah falls victim to a horrifying series of events. Jed soon realizes there are supernatural forces at work, and when Kate discovers Leah might not be who she says she is, it becomes clear she is has a dark secret. Jed and Ryan have a race against time to find out what she's hiding.

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3. Inmates

Sadie Novak is recovering from a breakdown, but when she meets Jed the spark is instant and they begin a passionate relationship. Ryan finds a mysterious old woman he's seen wandering the grounds and learns shocking revelations about Jed. While an angry ghost from the asylum's past forces Sadie to confront a horrific event in her past, Jed must uncover a brutal truth to save Sadie from danger.

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4. Hide and Seek

Molly fears the worst when Ella, the girl she is babysitting tells stories about an imaginary friend being abused. Jed and Ryan encounter a familiar face at Grace's funeral, while Kate learns disturbing revelations about her grandfather. Jed tries to save Ella from a sinister child ghost, and makes a shocking discovery.

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5. Committed

When Mark receives phone calls in the dead of night, he thinks a woman may have a vendetta against him, but Jed knows the truth is darker. Ryan finds a photo of Jed's mother and begins to unravel the mystery of Jed's birth. Kate suspects Warren might be hiding a dreadful secret, while Jed faces his toughest test yet, to save Mark from a grisly fate.

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6. Burning Man

When Molly is haunted by the figure of a burning man, Ryan is forced to protect her, but when things get intimate will their friendship ever be the same again? Kate is pushed to the brink as she wrestles with her conscience, while Jed tries to make contact with his mother and is brought face to face with a dreadful secret in the depths of Bedlam Heights.

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Product Details

Genres Horror
Director John Strickland, Alrick Riley
Starring Hugo Speer, Charlotte Salt
Supporting actors Theo James, Will Young, Ashley Madekwe
Season year 2011
Network BBC Worldwide
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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It's been a while since i enjoyed a british supernatural drama, I watch most of the american ones but bedlam really hit the spot. I just hope that they will make a season 2 and onwards as the great british producers alway seam to cancel after the first or second season and that they don't go by the viewing figures from sky on whether to cancel or not. The only complaint is a very big cliffhanger but overall a really good series. Well worth buying as its one that can be watched again and again.

Just to add they are now in the process of making a second series with some new cast members (Lacey Turner from Eastenders) so can't wait for that
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By E. Ramshaw VINE VOICE on 17 Jun. 2011
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love love loved it, not often a british tv series comes along that captures you in the way this one did, ok so no huge special effects and not always the best acting but theres something about it that you just cant quite put your finger on that keeps you watching episode after episode.some great new ideas for story lines and well thought out my only problem was as the other reviewer said the massive cliffhanger and the worry they may not be making any more !!! just as i thought i was getting to the answer of it all i was left screaming " noooooooooooooooooooo " at the tv. worth a buy, worth being in your collection
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It could have been very good if it had had a story line - just a small group of people talking about nothing really in this converted insane asylum - that's the top and bottom of it, throw in the odd ghostly figure lurking in the background and you've given the title some meaning, how they came to make a second series is beyond me
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I was looking forward to watching this after reading the back of the DVD, but I was more than disappointed, its started off well but drifted off in to silliness and as for the ending would somebody like to explain?
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You would have to watch this to really appreciate it! A dark horror with loads of weird and interesting characters including some freak show contenders. Well written and directed with a great cast and good stories, a must for horror fans who like chills and intrigue without the blood and guts.

Moderate violence with some sexual scenes and drug references.
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I bought this as I had started watching series two and loved it but was a bit lost!It does give a bit of history to the second series but the charactors are different from series two. Worth buying as a catch up but in all honesty you probably could manage without it. Special effects are good and quite creepy at times.
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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 July 2011
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A rambling, dilapidated asylum (closed down because of abuses) is being converted into luxury flats. Developer Warren (Hugo Speer) hopes to make a killing; his daughter Kate (Charlotte Salt) seeks to attract clients. Just one problem: troubled souls haunt....

Kate's cousin Jed (Theo James) is there to help out, he by far the most interesting character - astonishingly self-possessed, too, in view of a history of mental problems and his ability to see the dead. Will Young (yes, the singer) is his decent, good-natured mate Ryan. Together they uncover disturbing secrets.

Sadly the series invites disbelief on many counts. First of all, ironically, one questions why anybody in their right mind would wish to live there? Only a few flats are ready for occupation; the rest of the place is decayed and forbidding. Building contractors are still at work. Why are the few tenants all so good looking and under thirty? (One wonders how they can afford the rent.) Surely there are already enough ghosts around without at least three of the tenants bringing in their own?

Acting generally is not a strength (but Rita Tushingham enhances in an all too brief guest appearance.) Many of the intended frights misfire somewhat, but those dead are genuinely scary (movements so jerky, faces so white, eyes so black).

Perhaps this IS an over-egged pudding, its cast often so unconvincingly overwrought. The six episode series, though, can still be enjoyed - provoking the occasional scare but more often a laugh.
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Right, first off - I am not a native speaker, so I do apologize for any mistakes.

This is your standard no-frills DVD set. Two discs (ep. 1-3 and ep. 4-6) in a single case. What really disappointed me was that there are absolutely no extras. Subtitles is all we get. Annoying. There's so much the creators could have put on the DVD - storyboards, how did they come up with the idea, what was it like for the actors, etc. Seems a bit lacklustre that they decided to go with subtitles only.
Enough of that.

The sound and picture quality are fairly good (I own a high-end entertain system, so I don't know exactly how much that contributes to the quality).

I really enjoyed the premise of the series, it kept me on the edge of my seat more than once (in particular the creepy kid Alice). A spooky story set in a former lunatic asylum with many twists and turns, what's not to love?
I liked the acting, especially by Theo James, who brought a lot of depth to the role of Jed. But Charlotte Salt as Kate? Not so much. I felt a bit sorry for her having to play such a coldhearted bitch, but she made the best of it.

However, and this is a big however, I was endlessly annoyed (and still am) at the ending. I mean, what in the sweet name of [insert deity of your own choice] were they thinking? The last episode just opened up one can of worms after the other and it leaves you desperatley wanting to know WTF happens next. And the worst thing is that the last episode made me question the five previous ones as far as logic and context are concerned.

One star deducted for poor DVD equipment, one star deducted for the ridiculous cliffhanger.
All in all a great show, I do hope season 2 will carry on where this one left off.
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