“Being Human” comes to DVD this week!

Being_Human_Russell_ToveyAidan Turner and Russell Tovey Being Human

I haven’t talked much about the BBC series Being Human, but it’s the perfect time to start – the first season (or “series”, as the crumpet-munchers say) of the show hits DVD this week and series 2 will be washing up Stateside on BBC America soon.

The show revolves around three London Bristol flatmates who happen to be a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost (who died in the flat and is left haunting it). There’s a lot of fun play with the whole roommate dynamic, but with a supernatural twist – I mean, it’s one thing to have to vacate your apartment because your roommate is getting some action, but it’s something else entirely when you have to make yourself scarce because he’s turning into a wolf.

Gay actor Russell Tovey (The History Boys) plays werewolf George, and he’s ADORABLE. The effects are also quite impressive for a television show, and the series overall is pretty solid, even if it does play a little fast and loose with some of the mythologies.

Check out a trailer for the show below, and Netflix it before the next full moon!


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