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Supernatural: The Complete Fourth Season
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Supernatural: The Complete Fourth Season (DVD)
Extras on the six-disc set include commentary for three episodes: "In the Beginning," with executive producer Eric Kripke and writer Jeremy Carver; "When the Levee Breaks," with director Robert Singer and writer Sara Gamble; and "Lucifer Rising" with Kripke. Extended scenes are also available for several episodes, and the features are rounded out by a trio of somewhat ponderous featurettes on the concepts of Heaven, Purgatory, and Hell, as depicted in scenes from the show and discussed by its writers, theologians, paranormal investigators, and the like. Clocking in between 10 and 25 minutes apiece, the docs feel padded and somewhat undernourished in the information department. However, they're unlikely to detract from one's enjoyment of this stellar season. --Paul Gaita
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The newer plots revolve around the angels, and their plans for the Winchester Boys, creating a fascinating and undeniably fantastic story arc.
Kripke proves he is a master when it comes to keeping the fans happy while still carefully maneuvering around a very delicate subject as the boys struggle to find their faith.
While this season has it's fair share of humorous and somewhat boring individual episodes, tiny amounts of story lines are offered out, leading to a big payoff!
We also see as Dean struggles with his time in hell, and Sam struggles between two worlds and two loyalties.
The relationship between the brothers is strained, to say the least, and we begin to see the effects of the boys not being a united front.
If I had one complaint about this season, it would be because the angst factor, while still strong, isn't quite what it used to be and we see the boys drifting apart despite Dean's ultimate sacrifice. I think the writers could have played a little more with what they'd built up, tied off some of those loose ends.
Still, every Thursday night I'm in front of the TV watching season 5 on the CW. Thus far, I'm not expecting to deliver a very flattering review for season 5, but it's only about half way in- we'll see.
- In the beginning
- After school special
- The monster at the end of this book
- The Rapture.
I have a lot more to say but it would all be spoilers for the entire season. However, just know Tortured!Dean is back, Scary!Sam is in evidence and it's so much more fun than I can really say.
After Dean's death at the hands of Lilith, Sam became obsessed with revenge. Consumed with hunting down and killing every demon he could find on the fast track to Lilith, he began using his demon powers due to the fact of Azazel's profane blood pumping through his veins. You see Azazel bled into his mouth in the pilot episode, thus giving him his psychic visions. With the help and motherly nurturing of Ruby, Sam advanced in his abilities and the premiere showed him exorcising with his mind. Four months later, Dean wakes in his coffin, rescued by a creature he has never seen before, an Angel. The Angel, who has since become a SUPERNATURAL staple, is Castiel, The Angel of Thursday according to Irish myth.
After the reunion of the brothers, Castiel warns Dean in a dream that Lilith is trying to break the 66 seals to free Lucifer from hell and bring on the Apocalypse. Now since any 66 seals can be broken, it's virtually impossible to tell which ones she is going to break, and when. Of course, The Apocalypse is not the only evil on the board, as the brothers must take on cases involving vampires, werewolves, one nutty shapeshifter, to Ghost sickness and even a drunk, bipolar seven - foot tall teddy bear! A bizarre case involves the introduction of a prophet and a series of books with some familiar stories.
With all this going on, can the Winchesters stop the breaking of the seals? The best season up to that point, these season 4 episodes are a MUST for every SUPERNATURAL fan.
This will be my review for all the seasons I bought off of here because I love it. It can be a little obvious at some points and you know what's going to happen but nothing can replace this show. IT'S AMAZING.
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All the Supernatural Season's I've seen so far are excellent! Dean and Sam are so humourous, yet they are really good actors too. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Snidley
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