Supernatural: Season 2
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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
- 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
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Bobby Singer is introduced in this season, along with Ellen and Jo, the wife and daughter of a hunter. The mother and daughter run a roadhouse that is a gathering spot for hunters. Each episode gets wrapped up but there are some lingering questions and doubts about what will come. Stay tuned.
While Season One was great, the overall feeling was one of a "Monster of the Week" kind of show, with the big story arc pushed to the background and really only being dealt with at all towards the end of the season. Not so with Season Two. While the Winchester brothers still frequently go after the Monster of the Week, they also spend just as much time trying to locate the yellow-eyed demon and figure out his plans. Essentially they took the great parts of season one and then added more of a story arc over it, making it even more intriguing and exciting. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who likes mystery, suspense or the, um, supernatural. It's a fun show to watch, even during the scarier moments. And the cliffhanger at the end of the season! Wow. The third season is definitely going to be VERY interesting, let's just hope Sam and Dean aren't in over their heads.
I just wish the packaging on this set was a bit better or if they used the casing they use now for 2 or more blurays disc in a tv season. Nothing important but could of been better imo. Overall a very nice show that has a bizarre hold on me for over 10 years!!!!! The only show I still take sick days to make sure I don't miss a minute.ehehhe
The blu-ray: 5 stars. Three commentaries! Yay! Jared Padalecki's original screen test was very interesting. I'm always curious about the audition process and how/why people are chosen for the roles they are.
Dean wandering the hospital and nobody can see him and communicating through a board game. It is fascinating and creepy all at the same time. Playthings is wonderful and I love how everybody assumes that they are gay and Dean cannot figure out why. It is funny yet not as I had the "pleasure" of experiencing that assumption with my sister from the mind of somebody else, amazes me what people assume sometimes. Once again you would swear that they are brothers in real life. They have such a chemistry it is amazing to watch. I like the werewolf episode where it turns out that the werewolf is female and Sam sleeps with her and and has to kill her at the end.That would have to be tough to say the least. I think the funnier part of that episode is watching Dean at a strip bar transfixed by the pole dancer right above him. I laughed when he said he had his eyes peeled. Tall Tales is my absolute favorite one of the season. I watched it 3 times just to see them fight and argue like an old married couple and the completely bizarre things that were happening. It is funny beyond belief. The actor who plays the trickster is good even if he looks like a refugee from 1987. I like the Hollywood Babylon episode with the reference to Gilmore Girls(which I never watched). You could see it weird Sam out hearing that. Let alone Dean being the ultimate PA with the actress from the "movie" they were making. The part of the gag reel referring to that one is all the more hilarious. Finally the Seaon ender. All Hell's Breaking Loose pt 2. It was heartbreaking watching Sam get killed on pt 1 and watching Dean go make a deal with demons to bring Sam back is wrenching to watch. What these 2 brothers will do for one another is a bond all siblings should aspire to. They take it to the extreme, but it is unbreakable no matter how much they fight and argue. They do that very convincingly so that makes you think that they are related. They are very distinctive in their personalities, Dean being the action taking, gun slinging, hard drinking, womanizing(he loves women, just does not lead a lifestyle that lends to relationships, which is understandable). He is fearless to any outsiders and is not saddled with a whole lot of angst. Sam is the angst ridden and thoughtful really buff book smart brother.Though as the season goes on Sam is developing a harder shell and Jared Padalecki does a fantastic job showng it. He takes his brothers guff and sometimes really does hand it back. I can see that Dean is not easy to render speechless with no smartass comeback. They really do compliment one another and it is a joy to watch. I would give this season 10 stars again if I could. I cannot recommend this series enough.
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