Being Human

Being Human

Season Two

DVD - 2010
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The UK version of Being Human returns for a gripping second season as vampire Mitchell, werewolf George, and ghost Annie encounter new enemies in their fight to lead something close to normal lives. It's tough being supernatural. Mitchell's romance with a feisty doctor is disrupted by a vampire community in disarray. George's relationship with a new girlfriend is undermined by an uncontrollable twist in his werewolf existence.
Publisher: [S.l.] : British Broadcasting Corporation ; Burbank, CA : Distributed in the USA by Warner Home Video, c2010
Edition: Widescreen presentation
ISBN: 9780780661349
0780661346
Branch Call Number: DVD Drama BEING2
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (ca. 460 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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CandyGWD Oct 09, 2015

This is a UK show that after reading the description i wasn't to sure about but after watching the first season i thought not to bad and will see how the next season goes. Well it has gotten better as the season goes on. If supernatural weirdness is your thing give it a chance.

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docjnsuss
Apr 28, 2012

The three supernatural roommates all deal with major problems in season two of Being Human. The vampire community is in disarray after Harrick was killed by George. Mitchell then tries to restore some sort of order with the police and vampires in Bristol. Annie meets another ghost and gets some sage advice on how to deal with her situation. George finds another girfriend but still pines for Nina. A priest, Father Kemp, and a professor, Dr. Jaggat, try to bring religion to George and Annie while also developing a plan to destroy all the vampires. Many strange events lead to season two's bloody conclusion.

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MarieAngeB
Feb 17, 2012

Excellent Series!

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jshey10
Feb 06, 2012

On disc three, my dvd player had difficulties playing the majority of one episode. Also this is definitely an age 16+ TV show, parents should use discretion.

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Palomino
Nov 06, 2011

Odd. More like a soap opera than a car-chase monster movie. I really did not know what to make of it at first, but now I'll try to catch up by watching season 1.

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NanaPat
May 17, 2011

This British television series is the type that makes you want more , no mater how horrific the story line . The performances are stellar but I find the full special effects of the werewolf costumes were somewhat...ummm...not so good .
I did however really appreaciate the limited make up effects that were used when George tries desperately to make it home before his complete change. The filming of this episode was exceptionally creative and quite frankly a little frightening. If you can stomach the blood and gore with all that violence ; it's definitely worth watching.

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NanaPat
May 17, 2011

Coarse Language: a few obvious curses

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NanaPat
May 17, 2011

Sexual Content: fair amount of nudity and sexual inference.

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NanaPat
May 17, 2011

Violence: overload of blood , gore and flesh ripping with beating up and throwing around sprinkled in as well.

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NanaPat
May 17, 2011

NanaPat thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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NanaPat
May 17, 2011

Mitchell's new romance turns into a folley of horrors , George has a new relationship that moves way to fast and Annie thinks that she's lost Mitchell's affection. All of this is intertwined throughout the series with an religious organizations efforts to hunt down and destroy 'monsters' . George's old girlfriend unwittingly believes in this organization and brings them to the house.

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