Perhaps it was the fact that the first episode reminded me too much of Land of the Lost (what’d I tell you about those two words?), while the second one seemed to have been heavily inspired by C.H.U.D. and Alligator. I can’t say that any of the following episodes found my G(eek)-Spot, either. Or, it might just be that Primeval isn’t my cup of tea, but I’ll have to check out some of the older episodes in order to know for sure. In the meantime, I shall be pretty impartial about this series, and will only say this: it’s a good show, providing the storyline is exactly what you’re looking for.
Primeval: Volume Three presents all thirteen episodes from Series 4 and Series 5 on four 50GB discs. On the technical side of things, the video presentation of this set is commendable, as it brings out all of the finest details the mostly-CGI monstrosities and antiquities possess. The English Stereo-only option is a little less awesome, as you’d expect a series like this to boast a full surround mix. Oh, well! Optional English (SDH) subtitles are also included, as are several special features: a two part documentary about the making of a webisode series that premiered before Series 4, followed by the actual webisodes themselves.