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Supernatural: Season 2

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Supernatural: The Complete Second Season (DVD)

Twenty-two years ago, Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a mysterious and demonic supernatural force, so their father, John, raised the brothers. He taught them about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of America...and he taught them how to kill it. Sam, however, wanted nothing to do with this violent and dangerous life, and he left it behind, until the day Dean appeared on his doorstep with troubling news. Their father had gone missing on a "hunting trip." Sam and Dean have spent the last year cruising the highways of the United States searching for their lost father and encountering creatures that most people believe exist only in folklore, superstition and nightmares. Along the way, they have battled the various supernatural threats--and each other as well, for their sibling rivalries and conflicts were never far from the surface


As programs ranging from Kolchak: The Night Stalker to, well, Night Stalker have proven, it's difficult to scare TV audiences on a weekly basis, but Supernatural seems to broken the trend. Not only has its blend of Route 66 and The X-Files provided some of the more chilling TV moments in recent history, but its core story--two brothers, Sam and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki) battle the forces of evil to avenge their late mother--has been compelling enough to warrant a second season, which is compiled in its entirety on this six-disc set. Season Two maintains the show's "Monster of the Week" approach while adding compelling layers to the main characters and their history; in "What Is And What Should Never Be," a djinn offers the boys a glimpse of how their lives might've played out had their mother not succumbed to demonic forces, while the two-part "All Hell Breaks Loose" brings the season to a close with not only a rift between Sam and Dean, but the gates of Hell swinging open to unleash monstrous spirits. And if that's not enough of a creepshow for you, the boys also encounter a cannibal clown ("Everybody Loves a Clown"), seductive demons ("Crossroad Blues"), a town gripped by mass psychosis ("Croatoan"), as well as a barrage of ghosts, vampires and werewolves. If it's chills you want, the second season of Supernatural has them by the score. There's also a wealth of extras on the Complete Second Season set that should please longtime fans and help newcomers catch up with developments since the show's debut. Informative and entertaining commentaries are featured on three episodes: "In My Time of Dying" (by Ackles and Padalecki), "What Is And What Never Should Be" (by series creator Eric Kripke), and "All Hell Breaks Loose, Part 1" (by Kripke, writer Sera Gambles, and director Robert Singer). There's also a featurette on "All Hell Breaks Loose Part 2" that offers observations by the cast and crew on the season as a whole; viewers should note that the 11-minute short is difficult to find and is accessible only after accessing "The Devil's Road Map," a virtual tour of the places (and monsters) visited throughout the show's history. Padalecki's screen test for the role of Sam is also included, as well as three webisodes about the writers, visual effects and props for the show, and an amusing gag reel. -- Paul Gaita

Special Features

  • 22 episodes on six discs
  • Unaired scenes
  • Commentary by series stars and creative team on three episodes
  • Commentaries available with complex Chinese subtitles
  • The Devil's Road Map: interactive U.S. map guide to urban legends and factoids pertaining to each episode
  • Jared's original screen test for the role of Sam
  • The Episode from Hell: The making of "All Hell Breaks Loose part 2"
  • Gag reel
  • Webisode gallery

Product Details

  • Actors: Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Chinese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated:
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 11, 2007
  • Run Time: 903 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (678 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000R7GKQE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,070 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Supernatural: Season 2" on IMDb

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By trashcanman VINE VOICE on May 29, 2007
Format: DVD
In the midst of this television season's coverage of "Lost"'s fall from grace and eventual comeback and the big waves made by "Heroes", not to mention the slew of increasingly brazen reality TV saturating the market this gem of a show got lost in the shuffle. Season one was a solid start for the show, full of monster-and-hottie-of-the-week stories that stood alone while very slowly giving us an inkling of a larger plot at work before ending with a glorious cliffhanger. The music was wonderful, the guest stars brilliant, and the homages to classic and modern horror were thick. If you missed it, now's the time to catch up because season two is a winner in every possible way. The first episode is among the greatest season openers I've ever had the pleasure of viewing and it shakes this show to it's very core and sets the tone for the entire year's events. From there, Sam and Dean set out to get revenge for their deceased family members and save as many people as they can along the way. Second verse, same as the first, right? Well, no, not quite. We still get our monsters-of-the-week and our cute guest stars and our classic rock soundtrack, but the tone of this season is so much darker and the events so traumatic that the stakes just seem to be on a whole other level. Friendships are made and broken, loyalties are tested, long-standing beliefs are challenged, all three Winchesters fight for their very souls, and almost nobody's getting out whole. This season is a tooth-and-nail battle for survival and while it still has a hefty dose of the humor that made the first season so much fun, it's obvious that this show is no longer just playing around at having a larger plot. This is the real deal.Read more ›
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Supernatural stormed onto the WB last season and was a rip roarin' thrill ride with amazing writing, mythology, and acting. With this second season, the series moved to it's new home on the CW, and the series continued to evolve and become even better and deeper. Season 2 of the series finds the Winchester Brothers continue to drive into a horrific tale every week, as well as trying to work out their own story arc, and to find that blasted yellow eyed demon. This year, we delve deeper into the characters of Sam and Dean, wonderfully played Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki. There are deeper layers to both, and the series' work on character development this year is phenomenal. Both brothers go thru the ringer emotionally, mentally, and physically this year, and the show doesn't cheat or let them or anyone else off the hook. The year starts off with "In My Time Of Dying", a pick up where we left off with last season's cliffhanger. Are the boys okay?. The car?. Dad?. A more subtle, less showy premiere. "Everybody Loves A Clown" gets back into season 1 territory with a creepy clown going after parents. Real creepy stuff. Some of the best episodes have to do with the show's mythology. "Hunted" is one of the strongest eps of the show ever. "Born Under A Bad Sign" antes up the pot dealing with Sam and what the yellow eyes demon has in store for him. "What Is And What Should Never Be" is one of the most emotional shows with Dean getting a look at what life would be like if they weren't hunters. The two part finale, "All Hell Breaks Loose", is rightfully titled. Amazing stuff. SN delivers two hysterical comedic episodes with "Tall Tales" and "Hollywood Babylon", the latter being stuffed with jokes, in-jokes, and Dean's nasty food habit.Read more ›
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Supernatural is a show about family, loyalty, faith and doubt, and commitment to a cause and to one another, all wrapped in a terrifically acted, beautifully filmed, and gorgeously color-graded monster-of-the-week show. It's the best thing on television since Buffy or Firefly or X-Files, and as much as I adore and respect those shows (I own them all and am glad of it), in my opinion Supernatural is better than any of them. The entire cast does a flawless job, the relationships are both achingly complicated and refreshingly simple, and the writers don't shy away from hard questions or harder answers. Loyalty to your family trumps everything, and you don't have to save the world every week, just the people you can.

I can't recommend it highly enough.
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This is a show that just keeps getting better and better with each passing season. And this is only their 2nd season!! If this show was put in a race between "Buffy" and "Charmed" (2 shows I liked), "Supernatural" would win by a mile! The chemistry between Jensen and Jared is probably the best I have ever seen since "Angel" was on tv. I mean for this show to essentially have a 2 person cast, it actually works and works very well. Next to Bones and Booth on the Fox show "Bones", Sam and Dean have a fantastic 2-person combination that works very well. They both have a great on screen presence together and actually act like brothers, and not some forced upon relatonship that most tv shows are doing nowadays. I have to admit, before seeing season 1 I was a huge doubter of the show, because I just thought that it was about 2 pretty boys hunting in a Buffy rip off. But after I saw the first few episodes and then the whole season, I became a quick fan of the show. Why this show was on the bubble, I have no idea. I mean this show is sooo much better than that "Top Model" crap! That's the show that should have been on the bubble, not "Supernatural". And if The CW gave this show the axe, I seriously would have written to the Sci-Fi channel to consider picking this show up, since "Battlestar Galactica" is coming to an end, which is strange considering that show's huge fanbase. But that's another story. To sum up, "Supernatural" is a great show and I would highly reccommend any sci-fi fan or even "Buffy", "Angel", and "Charmed" fans to pick this box set up and add it to their collection.
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