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Farscape Boxsets

Four seasons and an ultimate season boxset are now available of this fantastic SF series starring Ben Browder as astronaut John Crichton.

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  • Farscape: Complete Season 1 (Box Set) [1999] Farscape: Complete Season 1 (Box Set) | DVD | (28/10/2002) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £99.99

    The first series of Farscape was a revitalising tonic for TV SF. An ambitious coproduction of Jim Henson's Creature Shop, Australia's Channel 9 and Hallmark Entertainment, Farscape launched itself with a refreshing mix of CGI, prosthetics and state-of-the-art puppetry to take a visual leap beyond other genre shows. The witty scripts, too, peppered with double-entendres and pop-culture references, are light years away from the staid style of Star Trek. Admittedly, the first season's basic premise is simply Buck Rogers updated (American astronaut John Crichton, played by Ben Browder, is catapulted to a far-flung galaxy populated by strange aliens), while the crew initially have something of Blake's 7 about them (a motley bunch of escaped convicts pursued by a relentless foe), and ideas like the living ship are borrowed from Babylon 5, but the Farscape concept has a freshness that makes it all look and feel completely original. --Mark Walker

  • Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars | DVD | (14/02/2005) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Created at least in part due to popular demand, Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars will provide some closure to fans who were dismayed by the demise of the popular science fiction television show in 2003 and campaigned mightily to bring it back. Indeed, this mini-series (originally broadcast over two nights on the Sci-Fi Channel) will likely appeal primarily to the Farscape faithful, as the somewhat convoluted storyline may prove baffling to the uninitiated. A brief bit of backstory explains how John Crichton, an astronaut from Earth, went through a wormhole and ended up on Moya, a living spaceship, with a motley group of aliens, including D'Argo (Anthony Simcoe), Chiana (Gigi Edgley), various puppet characters (designed by the Jim Henson Company), and Aeryn (Claudia Black), Crichton's love interest, who's expecting their first child. As The Peacekeeper Wars begins, our heroes find themselves in the middle of a war-to-end-all-wars between the lizard-like, implacably evil Scarrans and their rivals, the Peacekeepers. Crichton is the lynchpin in all of this, as his knowledge of "wormhole technology" is coveted by all, including his old nemesis Scorpius (Wayne Pygram), who captured and tortured Crichton back in season 1 and with whom Crichton must now form an uneasy alliance against the Scarrans. Over the course of the three-hour miniseries, we get lots of weird- and cool-looking aliens, some nice sets and special effects, plenty of battles, and lots of portentous talk about the fate of the universe--nothing especially original, but all presented with outstanding production values. There's drama and action, love and betrayal, tragedy and triumph, war and, ultimately, peace, with a suitably spectacular ending (and a nod to Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey). With a 30-minute "making of" documentary among the DVD special features, The Peacekeeper Wars is a fitting way to end the Farscape saga. --Sam Graham

  • Farscape - The Complete Season 3 [1999] Farscape - The Complete Season 3 | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £50.00  |  Saving you £49.99 (50.00%)  |  RRP £99.99

    It's clear right from the opening episodes of its third series that Farscape has finally developed into a grown-up show. There's a new self-confidence and a new maturity here that's entirely welcome after the often wildly erratic tone of the second series. The production design and high-quality effects work remain true to the show's original quirky style, although both the look and the more adult-themed scripts have become progressively darker. Season 3 is the year when the Wormhole story arc takes precedence, as the interactions between John Crichton and his nemesis Scorpius become ever more complicated (involving various different clones, real or "neural", of both antagonists). It's also the year that some major characters die, new ones are introduced and Crichton (well, one version of him anyway) and Aeryn finally consummate their relationship. Moya's crew endure a vertiginous emotional roller-coaster ride when powerful issues of love, loyalty and sacrifice loom large. They must also face their sternest challenge yet as the series' biggest story arc reaches an explosive climax aboard Scorpius' Command Carrier. Anyone who has not followed Farscape extremely closely from the very beginning of Series 1 will be utterly baffled by the convoluted plotting and complex character interactions. But for fans, this is the show's most rewarding year. --Mark Walker

  • Farscape: Complete Season 2 (Box Set) [1999] Farscape: Complete Season 2 (Box Set) | DVD | (03/11/2003) from £32.59  |  Saving you £67.40 (67.40%)  |  RRP £99.99

    The second series of Farscape expands upon and develops the characters introduced in the ambitious first series. John Crichton's new nemesis is the deadly Scorpius, replacing Crais, who has taken the living ship Moya's offspring on a voyage into the unknown. Moya's regular crew--Aeryn, Zhaan, Chiana, D'Argo and Rygel--remain as divided and suspicious of each other as ever, yet somehow manage to pull together at times of crisis. The writers continue to exploit the show's gift for surprising as well as emotionally convincing character development, while the CGI effects, prosthetics and state-of-the-art puppetry--courtesy of Jim Henson's Creature Shop--continue to make Farscape the most original-looking SF show on TV. The witty scripts, peppered with postmodern pop-culture references and movie in-jokes, are also a breath of fresh air. Despite some wildly erratic shifts in tone, this is exceptional TV science fiction that continually pushes the accepted boundaries of the genre. --Mark Walker

  • Farscape: Complete Season 4 (Boxset) Farscape: Complete Season 4 (Boxset) | DVD | (10/10/2005) from £32.59  |  Saving you £67.40 (67.40%)  |  RRP £99.99

    The final series of sci-fi extravaganza, Farscape, this 10-disc Box Set contains all 22 episodes, presented as widescreen and uncut features with Dolby Digital 5.1 Audio. Also included are more than 2½hrs of never before seen features.

  • Farscape : The Ultimate Complete Collection Farscape : The Ultimate Complete Collection | DVD | (23/10/2006) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £249.99

    The fantastic Farscape universe is available as a complete four season box set for the very first time on DVD! Five years ago astronaut John Crichton (Ben Browder) attempted to use the Earth's atmosphere to propel his ship Farscape 1 at great speeds across the solar system. He went much further though and was sucked down a wormhole to a distant part of the galaxy and into the middle of a battle. He was rescued by a group of escaping prisoners and taken aboard their ship a living ship known as Moya... Imaginative daring and fun the award-winning Farscape blows other Sci-Fi shows out of the water! Season 1: 1. Premiere 2. I E.T. 3. Exodus From Genesis 4. Throne For A Loss 5. Back And Back And Back To The Future 6. Thank God It's Friday. Again. 7. PK Tech Girl 8. That Old Black Magic 9. DNA Mad Scientist 10. They've Got A Secret 11. Till All The Blood Runs Clear 12. Rhapsody In Blue 13. The Flax 14. Jeremiah Crichton 15. Durka Returns 16. A Human Reaction 17. Through The Looking Glass 18. A Bug's life 19. Nerve 20. The Hidden Memory 21. Bone To Be Wild 22. Family Ties Season 2: 1. Mind The Baby 2. Vitas Mortis 3. Taking The Stone 4. Crackers Don't Matter 5. The Way We Weren't 6. Picture If You Will 7. Home On The Remains 8. Dream A Little Dream 9. Out Of Their Minds 10. A Kiss Is But A Kiss 11. I Do I Think 12. The Maltese Crichton 13. My Three Crichtons 14. Beware of Dog 15. Won't Get Fooled Again 16. The Locket 17. The Ugly Truth 18. A Clockwork Nebari 19. A Not So Simple Plan 20. With Friends Like These... 21. Plan B 22. Die Me Dichotomy Season 3: 1. Season of Death 2. Suns and Lovers 3. Self-Inflicted Wounds (Part 1): Could'a Would'a Should'a 4. Self-Inflicted Wounds (Part 2): Wait for the Wheel 5. Different Destinations 6. Eat Me 7. Thanks for Sharing 8. Green Eyed Monster 9. Losing Time 10. Relativity 11. Incubator 12. Meltdown 13. Scratch n' Sniff 14. Infinite Possibilities (Part 1): Daedalus Demands 15. Infinite Possibilities (Part 2): Icarus Abides 16. Revenging Angel 17. The Choice 18. Fractures 19. I-Yensch You-Yensch 20. Into the Lion's Den (Part 1): Lambs to the Slaughter 21. Into the Lion's Den (Part 2): Wolf in Sheep's Clothing 22. Dog with Two Bones Season 4: 1. Crichton Kicks 2. What Was Lost (Part 1) 3. What Was Lost (Part 2) 4. Lava's A Many Splendored Thing 5. Promises 6. Natural Election 7. John Quixote 8. I Shrink Therefore I Am 9. A Prefect Murder 10. Coup By Clam 11. Unrealised Reality 12. Kansas 13. Terra Firma 14. Twice Shy 15. Mental As Anything 16. Bringing Home The Beacon 17. A Constellation Of Doubt 18. Prayer 19. We're So Screwed (Part 1) 20. We're So Screwed (Part 2) 21. We're So Screwed (Part 3) 22. Bad Timing Peackeeper Wars: The Farscape saga continues with this brand new multi-million dollar mini series. When a full-scale war is engaged by the evil Scarran Empire the Peacekeeper Alliance has but one hope: reassemble human astronaut John Crichton once sucked onto the Peacekeeper galaxy through a wormhole. Crichton's task: get the entire Peacekeeper race to safety before the last war of an era brings an end to the universe....

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