Bio-engineered, the spacecraft Lexx is a powerful weapon which is capable of destroying a planet with ease. Grown in The Cluster under the rule of His Shadow, Lexx is stolen by fugitives: security guard Stanley Tweedle, the love slave Zev and Kai, the last of the Brunnen-G and the one man prophesied to destroy His Shadow’s order.
Running from The Cluster and the wrath of His Shadow, the fugitives take Lexx through the fractal core to the Dark Zone, a universe of evil and chaos. Now they are looking for a new home...
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I recently purchased this box set for my fiancée's birthday, after endless harping on about what a great series it was. I had never seen it, but it's excellent! Yes, it's campy, yes the acting is a lot hammy, and it shows it's 90s roots against more well-known 'Sci-Fi' shows of the time like the on-going 'Star Trek' franchise, 'Farscape' and even 'The X-Files'. However, what makes Lexx stand apart, is that it blatantly knows it is silly. It starts off with all serious intent, but as it progresses, you get the impression that everyone on board knew what it was, and treated it as such. This is in no way a derogatory statement, as the relaxed feel of the show and the blatant ham-acting makes it more of a warm show. Why get wrapped up in science and fact when you can just sit back, watch and enjoy? (Look out for appearances by Peter Blake (the late John Sullivan's brilliant 'Dear John' creation, Kirk St Moritz), as well as other stars that will have you "IMDB'ing" as the series moves on. All in all, 4 series, 19 discs and hours of classic 'Sci-Fi' fun!
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