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#1 of 10 Ronald Epstein

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Posted June 03 2009 - 04:42 AM

Evil Never Sleeps

Supernatural: The Complete Fourth Season

Catch All 22 Thrilling Episodes on the Six Disc Set Just in Time for the Season Five Premiere on The CW

The War Continues on DVD and Blu-ray™ Hi-Def September 1, 2009
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BURBANK, CA (June 3, 2009) – The Winchester brothers continue their fight to protect humankind when Warner Home Video releases Supernatural: The Complete Fourth Season on DVD and Blu-ray™ Hi-def on September 1, 2009. Nominated for three Emmy® Awards and three Teen Choice Awards in its four seasons on the air, the series continues to follow brothers Sam (Jared Padelecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) as they carry on their life mission to protect mankind from dark spirits. The six-disc set contains all 22 one-hour episodes as well as over four hours of amazing extras including featurettes, a gag reel, and unaired scenes. Supernatural: The Complete Fourth Season is priced at $59.98 SRP on DVD and $79.98 SRP on Blu-ray.

Resurrection. After enduring unspeakable torture, Dean escapes from Hell, rescued by an all-powerful creature he's never seen before ─ an Angel ─ a warrior of God who recruits Sam and Dean in Heaven's 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 can't stop it ─ if Lucifer walks free ─ he'll 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 seven-foot-tall teddy bear. All the while, the ultimate war draws them into its horror throughout this enthralling six-disc, 22-episode Season Four set. Caught between Heaven and Hell, between God and the Devil, the Winchester brothers must battle for the future of humankind.

Supernatural was created by Eric Kripke. The executive producers are McG, Kripke, Robert Singer and Kim Manners. The series is from Wonderland Sound and Vision in association with Warner Bros.

DVD and BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES
· The Mythologies of Supernatural: From Heaven to Hell – Three section featurette gallery bridging Heaven, Purgatory and Hell to examine key mythological precepts
· Commentary on 3 Key Episodes by Executive Producers and writers
· Extended/Unaired Scenes
· Gag Reel
EPISODES FEATURED


1. Lazarus Rising
2. Are You There, God? It’s Me Dean Winchester
3. In the Beginning
4. Metamorphosis
5. Monster Movie
6. Yellow Fever
7. It’s the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester
8. Wishful Thinking
9. I Know What You Did Last Summer
10. Heaven and Hell
11. Family Remains
12. Criss Angel is a Douche Bag
13. After School Special
14. Sex and Violence
15. Death Takes a Holiday
16. On the Head of a Pin
17. It’s a Terrible Life
18. The Monster at the End of This Book
19. Jump the Shark
20. The Rapture
21. When the Levee Breaks
22. Lucifer Rising


BASICS
Street Date: September 1, 2009
Total Running Time: Approx 1034 minutes, EC runtime approx 243 min

DVD
Price: $59.98 SRP
Language: English, Portuguese
Audio: English 5:1
Subtitles: ESDH, Chinese
Thai, Spanish, French

Blu-ray
Price: $79.98 SRP
Language: English, French, Japanese
Subtitles: ESDH, French, Japanese

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#2 of 10 Ethan Riley

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Posted June 03 2009 - 05:11 AM

Great series once you get into it! I got all the first three seasons last year; watched 'em as a marathon. Loved it! Now I'm on the fence on whether I should get this set as a BluRay--it sure is pricey compared to the standard def...That's a problem all tv-on-dvd series have--the BR is always too pricey. I hope the prices even out one day soon...
 

 


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Posted June 03 2009 - 05:35 AM

Love this show, and it's probably the only TV-on-DVD release this year that I'll buy on release day!

It's nice to have the "unaired scenes" as bonus features, but it's a shame they cannot add that footage back into the episodes as is done with the sets of "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives", and promoted as "The Extended Experience".

And for those who've followed the show from the beginning and know the characters well, "Yellow Fever" has to be the funniest episode of the series so far. Posted Image

When the cat jumps out of the locker and Dean screams like a little girl, I laughed so hard I nearly peed myself!

Dean: That was SCARY!!
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Posted June 03 2009 - 05:51 AM

Completely love this show, can't wait to get my handles on it!

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Posted June 03 2009 - 05:54 AM

As a longtime Supernatural fan, I agree that "Yellow Fever" is one of the funniest episodes of the series. As good as the scene in spoilers is, my favorite moment from the episode has to be

Dean's cover of "Eye of the Tiger".


For humor on the show, I'm also a big fan of "Hollywood Babylon" from season 2, but I digress.

I was really pleased with the narrative arc of Season 4 and it will be a pleasure revisiting this season on Blu-ray.

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Posted June 03 2009 - 08:18 AM

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It's nice to have the "unaired scenes" as bonus features, but it's a shame they cannot add that footage back into the episodes as is done with the sets of "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives", and promoted as "The Extended Experience".
Despite the name's suggestion, the Lost episodes don't have any footage added to them on DVD/Blu-ray. I guess the 'extended experience' is marketing hyperbole or it refers to the one or two episodes a year that ABC lets run an extra 2 minutes.

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Posted June 04 2009 - 04:26 AM

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Despite the name's suggestion, the Lost episodes don't have any footage added to them on DVD/Blu-ray. I guess the 'extended experience' is marketing hyperbole or it refers to the one or two episodes a year that ABC lets run an extra 2 minutes.

They should have at least made a Director's cut of the pilot for BluRay...but they didn't. They should edit extended scenes into every episode if it helps the show make more sense. Judging by some of the scenes that were deleted for time, I'd say some of the stuff they cut explains the show a little better.
 

 


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Posted June 04 2009 - 10:54 AM

I really like the show as well but I surprisingly haven't picked up the season sets yet. I was gonna wait til season 1 and 2 get a Blu-Ray release but I think I may pick them anyway on regular dvd.

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Posted June 04 2009 - 03:30 PM

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I really like the show as well but I surprisingly haven't picked up the season sets yet. I was gonna wait til season 1 and 2 get a Blu-Ray release but I think I may pick them anyway on regular dvd.
I've seen them on sale a few places at only $19.99 per season, so they're certainly reasonably priced if you want them.
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Posted June 05 2009 - 01:20 AM

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I've seen them on sale a few places at only $19.99 per season, so they're certainly reasonably priced if you want them.

Yeah I picked up Season 1 this morning Posted Image


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