Supernatural: Season 3
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In its third season, "Supernatural" continues taking viewers on a terrifying journey into the world of the unexplained. Brothers Sam and Dean Winchester were raised to be soldiers. Now, as they join other hunters traveling the country to track down the evil fugitives from Hell hiding in the darkest corners of America, they must also battle their internal demons. Experience the thrill ride in year three of "Supernatural."]]>
The reduced number of episodes also means fewer extras on the five-disc set; instead of full-length commentaries, producer Eric Kripke and the production team contribute "Closer Looks," scene-specific commentaries on seven episodes. They're informative and amusing but lack the degree of information that die-hard Supernatural fans might be seeking. A 7-minute gag reel and a 5-minute tour of the brothers' beloved Impala are amusing but forgettable, as is the 15-minute pilot for Ghostfacers, the reality show hosted by hapless paranormal investigators Ed Zeddmore and Harry Spangler in the episode of the same name. More interesting and informative is From Legends to Reality, a 20-minute featurette on the show's special effects teams, whose work reaches a high-water mark in this season. --Paul Gaita
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The actors surpass their performances in previous seasons. Ackles, always a gifted physical actor, delivers some of the best facial acting anywhere on film today. And Padalecki, after years as a dependable male ingenue, has matured into his craft. Physically imposing, he uses his body as an instrument, drawing in to present Sam as self-effacing and non-threatening or, where it's called for, using his height and impressive wingspan to intimidate and dominate. His facial acting has refined with maturity as well, to the point where he can hold the screen with his costar. The emotional reaches these two young actors take their characters are deeply affecting for the viewer, breathing life into characters on a page.Read more ›
I don't usually watch tv, per se. I do, however, love certain network & cable series. To be able to watch them, on my own schedule and at my own whim, right here upon my own computer screen, is just about the closest I've ever come to being spoiled in the whole of my existence!
Now- for this show specifically: Let me just say that I don't think I've ever embraced so whole-heartedly such a guilty pleasure as offered by network tv before in all my history here on earth. In short, I just love this show!
It's in essence the ongoing saga of a family - well, two brothers, specifically- Sam and Dean Winchester, whose mother was killed in 1983 in a fire over Sam's crib when he was six months old, by a supernatural entity. From that moment, Sam's father, John, has raised his children - Dean, who's four years older than Sam, and Sam himself- to hunt supernatural things, with the ultimate feat to kill the thing that murdered their mother.
The allure of this show lies in the dynamics between the members of this fractured little family. Jared Padelecki and Jensen Ackles play Sam and Dean, respectively. Jeffrey Dean Morgan ("Grey's Anatomy") plays John.
There have been recurring characters throughout the three seasons so far, Jim Beaver as Bobby the most notable of Season 3. The acting is simply excellent. There's quite a lot of mythology drawn into the flow of the storyline, though each episode is like an excellent mini horror movie in itself.
The finale of this season left a major and most incredible cliffhanger. I am truly all agog for what happens next!
Finally, if it weren't for Amazon Unbox, I would not have had the pleasure of viewing each of the episodes of this Season of SUPERNATURAL, as I work evenings and nights. I am most thankful it's been available!
Well, this show has turned out to be so much more than that. This show is a family show at its core, but I don't mean one that you can watch with your whole family--this is only for teenagers and older. The scary monsters that we were promised from the first? Yes, they are here, and they are at times scream out loud scary. I don't really love horror films, but I enjoy a good scare now and again, and this really fits the bill for me. But about the "Family" show tag I used--the two guys are brothers, and their relationship makes the show. The two are intensely protective of each other, often to their own detriment. Other members of the family are also involved, and there is an extended family of people with whom they work. Monster of the week stories pepper the series, but the show shines best when the backstory, the mythology arc is explored. The mythology is as deep as the X-files ever was, but less confusing and more goal directed. It feels like Eric Kripke (the Executive Producer) has a firm grip on where the overall story is going. Where Heroes (a show which I really do enjoy) often meanders, wandering off in confusing ways, Supernatural keeps serious focus on plot, plot, plot.
The blu-ray production of season three is a real joy to watch. Blacks are deep but well distinguished one from another, and the picture is very crisp. Sound is good.Read more ›
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Great price. Great purchase. Supernatural is awesome but I'm not paying full retail for itPublished 1 day ago by Jameson
I love this show and the everything was in good condition when it arrivedPublished 9 days ago by erin fisher
One negative - it doesn't offer Closed Captioning in English.Published 14 days ago by Karyn K Kretzel
Season 3: mighta been 7 episodes shorter than a normal season (stupid writers strike!) but I must say season 3 is right up there as one of the BEST seasons of this show. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris Gonzales
I truly can't enough of this show! And thanks to Sellers on Amazon I didn't have to pay a arm and a leg for my favorite thing! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ashley G Hall
THIS REVIEW DOES NOT CONTAIN ANY SPOILERS. Season Three of Supernatural was the one where the producers must have realized the size of their audience because the number of eps... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Arzey
Bought when seasons 1 though 9 bluray where on special for $105, lets just say I am super happy because it made my wife happy, it was her birthday present :)Published 1 month ago by Noire
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|DO YOU THINK DEAN WILL COME BACK?||
He will be back. The show's creator said so. Ruby and Bella won't be returning though (due to budget constraints).
Aug 3, 2008 by Catherine | See all 30 posts
|WHO IS THE WORST ACTRESS EVER??||
Kristin Kreuk, hands down. Girl has one expression: constipated. She's half the reason I quit watching Smallville.
Jul 25, 2008 by Liz | See all 3 posts
I think the model of the impala is only a best buy exclusive...
Sep 2, 2008 by Connor Kent | See all 5 posts
|subtitles from supernatural third season||
The third season has an audio option in Portuguese, but it doesn't have it as part of it's subtitles.
Jul 4, 2008 by Sunny Huq | See all 5 posts
|Digital copy of Supernatural?||
I bought Season 3 from Amazon. In the package, there was a certificate to download the digital copies from Itunes. The download is free but it takes quite a while.
Sep 10, 2008 by Blake Blake | See all 5 posts
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