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Supernatural: Season 4
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This is a United Kingdom import however it is Region Free and will play on all US Blu Ray players. Resurrection. After enduring unspeakable torture, Dean escapes from Hell, rescued by an all-powerful creature hes never seen before an Angel a warrior of God who recruits Sam and Dean into Heavens battle against Hell. And there are whispers that a certain fallen angel will soon be freed from his prison deep in Hell: Lucifer. If Sam and Dean cant stop it if Lucifer walks free hell bring on the Apocalypse. Meanwhile, the Winchester Brothers reunite and hit the road, battling the supernatural wherever they go. They encounter demons, spirits, Dracula himself and even a drunk, heavily armed 7-foot-tall teddy bear. All the while, the ultimate war draws them into its horror throughout season four. Caught between Heaven and Hell, between God and the Devil, the Winchester brothers must b
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I am a prophet of the lord. hear me Sand and dean winchester. heehhehe
----for many, O-B-V-I-O-U-S reasons and SHELF-SPACE----
since this excellent series s-h-o-u-l-d last at least as long as
THE SIMPSONS [And, OMG, there's NO comparison, there!]
This series, GRIMM, and THE WALKING DEAD are the only
reasons to watch broadcast-TV! Highly recommended... Oh!
And I think the actors ALL enjoy the characters they play... it shows on the screen.
Season 4 of 13... or MANY more!
Fine acting is also provided by Jim Beaver as the dependable and Johnny-on-the-spot Bobby Singer, Misha Collins as Castiel the angel, Genevieve Cortese as the "is-she-a-good-demon-or-a-bad-demon" Ruby, Robert Wisdom as Uriel, and Julie McNiven as Anna. The casting of "The X-Files" Mitch Pileggi as the Winchester boys' grandfather in "In the Beginning", as is the father-son team of John and Michael Rubenstein, along with character greats Barry Bostwick and Richard Libertini in "Criss Angel is a Douche Bag," another outstanding episode.
"After School Special" features younger versions of Sam and Dean, played convincingly by Colin Ford and Brock Kelly, respectively. The installment also makes a commentary on the cruelty of high school students against each other.
"Monster Movie" brilliantly pays homage to the classic horror films of the 30's and 40's, complete with period music, costuming, and black and white filming.
As a whole, the season features excellent writing, top-knotch direction, scoring, and some true thrills. Because of the intensity of the latter, the writers separate the chills with some comedic and satirical dialog, many delivered by sardonic bliss by Ackles.
The compilation features audio commentary on two episodes, deleted scenes, and a "gag" reel that's not very funny, just a chance to see the guys mug for the camera.