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Davros CGI Biography

10/10
Author: Ronnie Bleasdale from United Kingdom
6 July 2008

This is the third and I believe the most successful documentary ever made about Davros. All I have to say to 2entertain the company that financed this is please bring this out on DVD by itself as it is worth every penny. I bought this expensive box set and was thrilled to watch this documentary. I was surprised just by how many contributors it had and the professional level of its visual effects I mean how much did all this cost? It had production values that were worthy of the new series of Doctor Who. I note that this was directed and produced by the DVD range's "safe pair of hands" in Brendan Sheppard. It was extremely informative and entertaining but I think the gem in the piece is the new CGI sequences featuring never before seen footage of Davros in full flow. Sheppard has proved again that he is without doubt the best producer this DVD range has. The story was written expertly by Karen Davies whose nack for writing dialogue has proved such that she is so versatile in her approach and shows an expert level of writing. If I see an old downside it would be Terry Molloy as both Interviewee and VO that didn't really work but if that is the only bad thing then this doc is a stand out smasher and worth the money alone for this outstanding box set.

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Well done Brendan, another winner

10/10
Author: Tractator29 from United Kingdom
18 December 2008

There are precious few superlatives in the English language to describe this incredible biopic on Davros from the extremely safe pair of hands that is Brendan Sheppard.

Brendan deals with an old subject, Davros the creator of the Daleks, in a vibrant fresh and dynamic way. He brings the subject to life so much so that fans who had already bought the releases as standalone sales flocked to buy this release in part to see this highly talked about documentary and in part to see the new Remembrance of the Daleks.

I find it hard to accept the standard of other DVD extras in the Doctor Who range when you have releases as sublime as this one which set the standard others have to achieve.

Well Done Brendan.

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