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Doctor Who – Tom Baker: Complete Season One – The Fourth Doctor Lights Up on Blu-Ray!

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For the first time, a complete season of Doctor Who is available on Blu-ray and it’s one of the best seasons of the show’s original run – with its most popular Doctor to boot.

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Home Video Review: Doctor Who Power of the Daleks Comes Home!

The Doctor Who serial Power of the Daleks made television for one very simple reason: it marked the first time that a Doctor regenerated. In the opening moments, William Hartnell’s crusty grandfather-type gave way to Patrick Troughton’s cosmic hobo – and even his companions didn’t know what to make of him.

Troughton’s second Doctor was  more than a bit sillier than the original, but not less intelligent and resourceful. This was a Doctor who talked to himself and played his recorder to help him think.

After a well-received screening on BBC America, Power of the Daleks is now available on home video (DVD only, it appears).

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Sherlock: Season Four – The Brilliant Outweighs The Awful!

The return of Sherlock after an absence of two years – not counting the one-off The Abominable Bride – set audience records then dropped off precipitously. Of its three 90-minute episodes, one was brilliant, one was much better than the average mystery/procedural and the final had great moments but also a number of obvious flaws.

If you binge all three episodes, though, it is easily apparent that Sherlock’s worst was better than most shows’ best – as the fourth season DVD set shows. Plus there’s two hours of pretty darned decent bonus material.

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