Dead Set [DVD] Complete Mini Series £3.80* delivered @ Tesco Ent

Dead Set [DVD] Complete Mini Series £3.80* delivered @ Tesco Ent

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Found 4th Jul 2010Made hot 4th Jul 2010
From Nathan Barley co-creator and Guardian writer Charlie Brooker comes the outrageous new thriller Dead Set, E4's first-ever horror series, released exclusively by 4DVD on 19th October.

Starring Jaime Winstone (Donkey Punch, Kidulthood) Dead Set is a chilling new horror series in which the dead are returning to life and attacking the living. Curiously there are a few people left in Britain who aren't worried about any of this - that's because they're the remaining contestants in Big Brother. Cocooned in the safety of the Big Brother house, they're blissfully unaware of the horrific events unfolding in the outside world. Until an eviction night when all hell breaks loose...

Kelly (Winstone), a production runner working on a fictional series of Big Brother, finds herself trying to fend off the walking dead alongside her producer boss Patrick (Andy Nyman, Severance), boyfriend Riq (Riz Ahmed, Britz) and the remaining Big Brother housemates.

Over the ensuing days, in a cruel reflection of the game show they thought they were entering, the contestants fall victim one by one to the hungry masses outside. Staying alive requires crucial teamwork - which can be tricky when you're a group specifically selected by TV producers to wind each other up.

Featuring a range of cameo appearances from Davina McCall and several former Big Brother housemates, Dead Set promises to be a gripping horror bound to keep you at the edge of your seat.

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Good TV show

what Big Brother !!!!!

Only Joking:-D


Watch them for free on seesaw…4od

Or on the channel 4 website

whatever the price, this series is superb, and what can i say, davina gets killed pretty early............

anyway very very good series, if you like zombie ****, and a very dry sense of humour this is for you....

Sorry to be a pedant but Charlie Brooker created Nathan Barley all on his own. He co-wrote the TV series with Chris Morris but the character had appeared in Brooker's work since the 90s.

Is this a comedy or an attempt at serious horror?

This is a great series, don't be put off by the Big Brother aspect. Its just a starting block.

And it's what would need to happen for me to ever watch Big Brother
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