Supernatural: Season 7 [Blu-ray]
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In Season 7, Sam and Dean fight demons. Real demons, like Lucifer, who tortures Sam with visions of Hell. Private demons, as the brothers face a traumatic personal loss when Bobby is cut down by alien forces. And as Sam and Dean travel the back roads of America, hunting monsters who wreak havoc on the innocent, a new and more terrible foe hunts them: Leviathans, freed from Purgatory and immune to the brothers’ arsenal of weapons and cunning. With Bobby gone, all Sam and Dean can rely on is each other. But will that be enough? Uncover the terrifying revelations in this 4-disc, 23-episode Season 7.]]>
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Among fans, I think, this season is Supernatural's most controversial. Despite some strong stand alone episodes and an ambitious season long story arc, the whole ends up being less than than the sum of the parts.
Season 6 was unfocused - with multiple, partly developed villains and little sense of forward momentum.
Season 7 was, obviously, intended to be a course correction with the introduction of the Leviathan as a season long villain. Conceptually, the Leviathan are amazing - villains who have been locked away for all time are unleashed on the world; they can look like anyone and they can smoothly fit into society. They have a master plan to enslave humanity. It's a cool idea. In practice, it wasn't effective. Despite some creepy, vaguely disturbing acting by James Patrick Stuart as their leader, the Leviathan threat somehow failed to feel "real" and was instead a complex puzzle to be solved rather than an enemy to be defeated. The final few episodes - in which Sam and Dean learn how to kill the Leviathan, collect the components of the weapon and finally manage to kill Dick Roman - make for compelling, interesting viewing. And yet . . well, Kevin Tran's frantic line to Sam "Dick's got creamer, he's going to kill all the skinny people" is an unfortunately laughable moment in an otherwise taut episode. And yet, even with all the challenges, the outcome felt too easy.
The stand alone episodes were an equally mixed bag - some such as "Of Grave Importance" deserve to be viewed several times. Others, such as "Party on Garth" aim for and then miss humor and/or quirkiness.
I think it is fair to point out that season 7 is a perfect example of ambitious story telling, and a perfect example of the creative team not quite being up to realizing their ambitious story telling. However, Season 7 sets up a number of important future plots namely the god tablets and Dean's year in purgatory; and it introduced Charlie Bradbury and Kevin Tran as characters, both of whom go one to become important (albeit in very different ways).
At the end of the day season 7 is important for Supernatural because it was pivotal - a season during which the show was struggling to find its creative footing after the 5 season long story arc (seasons 1-5). If season 7 doesn't quite work on its own terms, it does succeed in setting up seasons 8, 9 and 10 which were compelling and interesting viewing. Season 7 remains, for me, a mixed bag - better on a second viewing than it was on the first, arguably, Supernatural's most frustrating season.
Evil castial or possessed angel is always nice to have and great to us story lovers that love a twist or something new and different not told in the books. Keeps the show very fresh and wanting to tune in next week for the next twist on what a angle should look like or feel like.
Video quality is very nice especially if u have a 4k home theater system like myself. Do yourself a favor and watch supernatural in the dark with your 4k tv set to movie settings, sound bar or in my case put a extra 5 notches on teh master volume and keep the rear speakers and subwoofer close.
Audio is very clear and nice. Anyone with a samsung soundbar and wireless radiant speakers set your surround system on and keep the master volume to 25 or higher. Usually i directly connect my bluray player to the soundbar with hdmi arc to hear ddplus 7.1, but for this season i decided to use the 1 connectbox and then use the fiber optic cable connected to my soundbar. Not much or no hiccups, distortions, crack noises, but for me its still the hdmi arc straight connection from my player to the soundbar that sounds the best (plus the only way to hear atmos and DDPlus 7.1
Extras not too many but not few. The usual deleted scenes, commentary, some documents but thats it really. Not really a extras fan but 1 extra I would like to see in tv blurays or in Supernatural is the next episode preview clips they show after a episode, the trailers or other promos they use for each episode in a season. I wouldnt mind paying a extra 10$ or a seperate bluray disc that has all the season episode trailers, promo, sneak preview clips for each episode for all of that particular season. I would love to see that extra in future season sets.
Overall very happy with the show and glad 11 seasons wasnt the end. Cant wait for season 12 or more Supernatural episodes.
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