Posted by sean on September 4, 2005 at 12:55 pm in Television with No Comments

Well I’ve had the DVD boxset for just over a week but during which time I have managed to watch all 24 episodes of Lost – Season 1. I really enjoyed it, all the positive praise the show has been receiving is fully deserved, makes me think what I missed out on earlier when I failed to really get into it.

If you haven’t heard about Lost yet you have probably been lost somewhere yourself. The show follows a group of plane crash survivors living on a mysterious island. As strange events take place we also learn about the survivors pasts and how they managed to get onto the ill-fated plane.

Without wanting to ruin the show for anybody by the end of the season the survivors didn’t actually achieve a great deal. You would have thought that 40-odd people on a desert island for months with nothing to do would accomplish a little more than they did. Also in a similar trend to that of X-Files by the end of the season you are left with more questions to ask than answered.

Still I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to anybody. Season 2 is aired from 21st September but unless you live in “The U S of A” you have a long time to wait…. unless you know where to look on the internet for it.

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