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Lexx: Series 3, Vol. 3 (2002) Horror Movie Review

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Lexx: Series 3, Vol. 3 (2002)

By now Lexx aficionados know what to expect from this rather odd sci-fi series: instead of thrilling action and fancy special effects, the show offers relatively low-rent technical values, acting that’s less than Emmy-worthy, and loads of sexual innuendo, often with pretty humorous results. This third volume of episodes from the show’s third series is no different. Our heroes, such as they are, are still stuck somewhere between (and occasionally on) the planets Water and Fire, while their organic mother ship, the eponymous Lexx, steadily weakens from lack of food. “The Key” is built around little more than the endless lascivious repartee between the irresistible Xev (Xenia Seeberg) and the clueless Stan (Brian Downey), along with 790’s (the tiresome robot head voiced by Jeffrey Hirschfield) crush on Kai (Michael McManus). Stan’s puerile preoccupation with sex also drives “Garden”; meanwhile, it’s no coincidence that “Battle,” the most enjoyable of the three episodes contained here, has the most action and the fewest phallic symbols. —Sam Graham


About Lexx: Series 3, Vol. 3 (2002)

Title: Lexx: Series 3, Vol. 3
Year: 2002
Starring: Brian Downey, Xenia Seeberg, Michael McManus, Jeffrey Hirschfield, Tom Gallant
Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users. Reviews: 5.
Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Director: Bruce McDonald, Chris Bould, Christoph Schrewe, Paul Donovan


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