Thunderbirds Are Go DVD Review

It’s all very exciting. It’s time to come to the rescue with Thunderbirds. The new Thunderbirds Are Go DVD is out for all to watch from today, 22nd June.


We were sent a copy of the DVD to review and the kids enjoyed watching it. They love the international mission element.

Here’s a little more about thunderbirds –

Thunderbirds Are Go is an exciting mixture of CGI and live action miniatures. Whenever disaster strikes, International Rescue answers the call!  From their hidden island base in the south Pacific, the five Tracy Brothers pilot remarkable, cutting-edge Thunderbird vehicles from the depths of the oceans to the highest reaches of space – all for one purpose: to help others in need. 

There are 8 episodes on the DVD which are –

  • Ring of Fire Part 1
  • Ring of Fire Part 2
  • Space Race
  • Crosscut
  • Fireflash
  • Unplugged
  • Runaway

To put some fun into watching this, I had a short interview with them and here are their answers


Who is your favourite character?

Ethan – Scott Tracy because he drives Thunderbird 1 and is always the first at the scene. Jadyn – Lady Penelope because she’s cool.

Which craft is your favourite?

Thunderbird 1.

Which episode did you like the most and why?

We all liked Ring of Fire as it was action filled.

What would you like to see happen next in the series?

More places around the world.

Would you like to see more of a certain character?

No – we actually like all the characters.

What character are you most like?

Ethan – Scott Tracy Jadyn-Lady Penelope

Is your Mum/Dad like any of the Thunderbirds Are Go characters?

They are both pretty good rescuers.

We loved the DVD – it is fast paced and who doesn’t love a good rescue? The kids sat glued to the telly which left me enough time to get on with the blogging. 🙂

I found they enjoyed it equally as sometimes there is always a moan about how one of them is watching and the other doesn’t want to.

I kept dropping in and found it interesting too. It has cool animation and

The DVD is out today and can be purchased at Amazon at a price of £10. It is also available on iTunes.

Disclaimer: I was sent the DVD to review. All ideas and opinions are my own. 

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