Doctor Who - Series 4 Vol.4 DVD

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Hot on the heels of the acclaimed third series Doctor Who returns for a fourth instalment with a familiar face alongside the Doctor. Award-winning comedienne Catherine Tate returns as the Doctor's new companion revisiting her role as Donna Noble who featured in the 2006 Christmas special The Runaway Bride.

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Released
01 September 2008
Directors
 
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
2 Entertain Video 
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Runtime
135 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5014503260828 
  • Average Rating for Doctor Who - Series 4 Vol.4 [2008] - 4 out of 5


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  • Doctor Who - Series 4 Vol.4 [2008]
    connor sams

    Between the Doctor Who episode "Rose" and now, 2 spin-offs from Doctor Who...Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adentures have been made, and after Donna finds out what life would be like without meeting the Doctor, and with the help from a mysterious blond woman called Rose, she fixes it, Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures all join together for this explosive finale. As the Doctor and Donna witness the Earth move they try to find it, just as Rose, Mickey and Jackie appear. Sarah Jane and her son Luke(with the help of Mr Smith) recieve a signal, repeating "Exterminate"! The message also goes to Torchwood, Where Jack is worried and hurries to find the Doctor, leaving Gwen Cooper and Ianto Jones alone. Sarah Jane tells luke she loves him and goes to find the Doctor.
    Unit also hear the signal and then Martha leaves to find the Doctor. Harriet Jones sets up the subwave network and brings the Doctor to Earth, but it costs Harriet her life.
    As the group gather and are captured by the Daleks and Davros, the plans to destroy all life in the universe starts but can the doctor save the universe 1 more time??
    Pre-Order now to find out

  • Doctor Who - Series 4 Vol.4 [2008]
    Josh

    Series four has to be the greatest run of episodes the show has ever had.
    David Tennant is fabulous and is guaranteed to earn Bafta nominations,he just runs with it and makes this show entertaining and pure fun to watch...he is the greatest doctor of them all.
    and the icing on the cake is the return of the fabulous Catherine Tate as Donna Noble,the greatest companion of them all(joint with Capt Jack Harkness of course),she adds so much depth for everyone to relate to,plus she makes the character her own and Tate really shows off her acting talent through and through.
    throughout this series we see the return of previous companions(Martha,Jack,Sarah-Jane,and even Rose)which only adds to the excitement of series 4.
    also,we see the return of the doctors most dastardly foe to date and he really gets under his skin,which is whats needed for the show(and im not revealing anything).
    the episodes-

    -voyage of the Damned-4/5-a very good christmas special with Kylie Minogue as Astrid,it is both scary and explosive which makes it the greatest of all the specials to date:).

    Partners In Crime-5/5-the greatest possible way to start of a series and then some,Tate returns as full time companion and there are plenty of laugh out loud scenes and its icredibly exciting from beginning to end.
    Sarah Lancashire guests as the villainous Ms.Foster.

    The Fires Of Pompeii-4.5/5-incredibly visual,and very hard hitting on many occaisons,it adds to the plot while remaining extremely original all the way through.

    The Planet Of The Ood-5/5-the Ood return for their own episode,its explosive,jaw dropping and very,very eerie,and to top it all off is the fact that it contains one of the most grizzly scenes of the entire show.
    Love It!!

    The Sontaran Stratagem/Poison Sky-5/5-an exciting two parter in which both Martha Jones returns,and so do the wicked Sontarans in their first appearence in 30 years,its a really enjoyable and utterly compelling two hours that is well worth spent watching,and contains some of Donnas most infamous lines..."Oh Yes...Back Of The Neck".

    The Doctors Daughter-4.5/5-very exciting and highly enjoyable all the way through,Tennant gives an fantastic performance,and there are plenty of twists throughout.
    very good.

    The Unicorn & The Wasp-5/5-a classy and pur original episode that demands multiple views,its a fantastic murder mystery in the style of Poirot and Ms Marple and i really love it.

    Silence in The library/Forest Of The Dead-5+/5-very,very scary,funny,adrenaline pumping,and claustrophobic two parter that is packed with visual style and atmospherics that makes you both feel for the characters and pit your self in their minds as the Doctor & Donna team up with survivors on a remote library planet to take on the villainous and terrifying Veshta Nerada.
    It is indefinately Stephen Moffats masterpiece,and by far is his most effective batch of episodes to date.
    and what i also find amazing is that how both parts can be so very different from one another,i love that we get to see that alternate reality with Donna,and the chase scenes are simply breathtaking.
    simply wow!!!

    Midnight-5/5-another very scary and classy episode from Russel T Davies,which guests Lesly Sharp as the petrifying Sky,it provides plenty twists galore and some very,very effective scenes.

    Turn Left-5+/5-one of the greatest episodes of the show and its really brilliant from beginning to end,a classic 'what if' episode much in the same vein of Its A Wonderful Life,where we get to see what would happen to Donna if she had indeed never met the doctor.
    it is high on tour de force acting from Tate(she'll be getting a Bafta).
    and to top it all Rose is back!!!

    The Stolen Earth/Journey's End-5+/5-what can i say?the greatest ever episode of the entire show!!!
    we see the return of the shows companions,Torchwood,and even K-9.
    it is ultimate and completely shocking throughout.
    i love this episode through and through.
    it has the greatest plotline of all the finales put together and it is very,effective,exciting,and scary.
    this alone should win many awards(at least plenty nominations).
    these alone are worth the cost of buying this fab series on DVD.

    overall this is the perfect series of the entire show and shows just what Russel is capable of writing...pure masterpieces.
    He will be missed on the show.

    i hope that this has many extras with it...but the episodes are of the best quality.

    Tate and Tennant act off of each other to full effect and provides us with the greatest episodes the show has ever made.

    Pre-order today!!

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Episodes 11-13 from the fourth series of the BBC's relaunched version of the sci-fi classic, starring David Tennant as the legendary Time Lord. Comedienne Catherine Tate co-stars as the Doctor's assistant Donna Noble, with former companions Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman), and Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen) also making appearances, as the Doctor tries to stop the Dalek empire from destroying the universe. Episodes comprise: 'Turn Left', 'The Stolen Earth' and 'Journey's End'.

Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Since Doctor Who came back to our screens in 2005, have we had a season finale quite like the one that saw out the triumphant fourth series since its revival? Certainly the final three episodes, brought together here on one DVD, saw the show out with one mighty bang.