Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Lexx Series 4 Vol 2|
Actors: Brian Downey, Michael McManus, Xenia Seeberg, Jeffrey Hirschfield, Tom Gallant
Directors: Carl Harvey, Chris Bould, Christoph Schrewe, Colin Bucksey, Paul Donovan
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television
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 r... more »
Ryan Weiss | Boca Raton, FL United States | 03/12/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"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."
Series Four kicks into High Gear and Doesn't Look Back
Douglas Ratcliff | Madison, WI United States | 03/11/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"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."