Ripper Street details
|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Rayleen Kenny, Jerome Flynn, Matthew MacFadyen, Amanda Hale, Adam Rothenberg, Laura Hitchings|
|Studio:||2 ENTERTAIN VIDEO|
Ripper Street - Disc 1
|15 Disc 1|
Ripper Street - Disc 2
|15 Disc 2|
Ripper Street - Disc 3
|15 Disc 3|
|Run time:||7 hours 50 minutes|
|Rental release:||18 Mar 2013|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
Most helpful review
A masterpieceBy leahjo19 (1 review) , 16 Feb 2013
[Highly rated reviewer]Absolute brilliance, acting is at its finest from both Matthew and Jerome and several others, storylines are raw and filming is detailed in a imaginative way, the Music is enough to keep you on the edge of your seat and Im amazed that this is part of the bbc, well done, could watch it over and over and Mr macfadyen
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Sublime seriesBy Swansea_Jack (92 reviews) , 15 Sep 2013The acting, storylines, visuals, everything are fabulous, this is what tv is all about, a masterpiece of a series!!!! MM and JF are so good in it
One of the better Ripperesque clonesBy a customer , 30 Aug 2013Excellent series - brutal, atmospheric, credible, and good performances all around, though the American character seems like a bit of a tack-on to help sell the series across the Pond
A good series - worth watchingBy a customer , 19 May 2013A good series - worth watching not going to rent it as it takes to many hires. Three more words
Pleasantly surprisedBy jenkins90 (1 review) , 22 Mar 2013Pleasantly surprised! Really good characters portrayed beautifully especially by Jerome Flynn and Matthew Macfadyen. Really enjoyed this series cant wait for the next!
If you like the Sherlock Holmes films you'll like thisBy a customer , 21 Mar 2013I was expecting a dark, depressing drama about Jack the ripper but this is actually an exhilirating crime series set in the time of Jack the Ripper with a tone similar to that of Guy Ritchies' Sherlock Holmes films. Admittedly the crimes that take place are pretty gruesome, but the it also has a sense of humour at times, the plots and charactars are well written and the dialogue is sharp. The often antagoinst relationship between Matthew Macfaddyn's police inspector, his faithful muscle man, and the relucant american doctor who serves as their forensic expert is a nice touch. I started watching this on iplayer, and ended up watching every episode back to back, I enjoyed it so much. I think its a lot better than the BBC's Sherlock series.