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Comments about Supernatural: The Complete Second Season (Blu-Ray) Blu-ray:
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Supernatural on Blu-ray Rocks!
from Suffield, OH
About Me Movie Buff
I love this season. I'm going to be getting seasons 3 - 7 asap. With these prices, you can't go wrong...it is even cheaper than [@]!
from New Albany, IN
I love Supernatural I own all the seasons and this in my opinion is one of the best out of the 7 so far. The individual stories behind each episode are original and great to watch and the visual effects are really good for a television show. The actors are great and the music is AWESOME because I am a huge classic rock fan that aside the original score for the show is also quite amazing. I would highly reccomend this to anyone but especially to a person who is already a Supernatural fan. As far as things that are not so great....I can't think of a single thing;-)
My favorite TV show
from Sacramento, CA
from Pittsburgh, PA
About Me Casual Viewer
One of the best series on TV.
finaly released on blu ray
About Me Avid Moviegoer
love supernatural and the characters. watch it when the new seasons start. ive been watching it since season one premiered love the show.
Follow The Creepy Brick Road
from San Diego, TX
Supernatural stormed onto the WB 2005 and was a rip roarin' thrill ride with amazing writing, mythology, and acting. With this second season, the series moved to it's new home on the CW, and the series continued to evolve and become even better and deeper. Season 2 of the series finds the Winchester Brothers as they continue to drive into a horrific tale every week, as well as trying to work out their own story arc, and to find that blasted yellow eyed demon. This year, we delve deeper into the characters of Sam and Dean, wonderfully played Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki. There are deeper layers to both, and the series' work on character development this year is phenomenal. Both brothers go thru the ringer emotionally, mentally, and physically this year, and the show doesn't cheat or let them or anyone else off the hook. The year starts off with "In My Time Of Dying", a pick up where we left off with last season's cliffhanger. Are the boys okay?. The car?. Dad?. A more subtle, less showy premiere. "Everybody Loves A Clown" gets back into season 1 territory with a creepy clown going after parents. Real creepy stuff. Some of the best episodes have to do with the show's mythology. "Hunted" is one of the strongest eps of the show ever. "Born Under A Bad Sign" antes up the pot dealing with Sam and what the yellow eyes demon has in store for him. "What Is And What Should Never Be" is one of the most emotional shows with Dean getting a look at what life would be like if they weren't hunters. The two part finale, "All Hell Breaks Loose", is rightfully titled. Amazing stuff. SN delivers two hysterical comedic episodes with "Tall Tales" and "Hollywood Babylon", the latter being stuffed with jokes, in-jokes, and Dean's nasty food habit. Other notable eps include "Croatoan", "Heart", and the great "Folsom Prison Blues". Linda Blair guest stars in "The Usual Suspects", a strong episode that brings to light what we've all probably wondered. How can they get away with these things and not get caught?. Creator/Producer Eric Kripke knows how to work the audience and to keep things real in an unrealistic word the Winchesters live in. Dean and Sam are who they are and their continuing development in this wonderful season progress naturaly. Both actors do some incredible work here, putting most other CW casts to shame. Any duds?. "Road Kill" was pretty standard, and I didn't care much for "Simon Said". Extras include JP's screen test, deleted scenes, gag reel, a featurette on the myths they use and a featurette on bringing an episode to life. With it's classic rock soundtrack, the impossible to ignore Dean Winchester, top notch horror writing and mythology, Supernatural continues to be the new supernatural/horror show to beat. Now available in all its High Def Glory via blu-ray? what more can an avid fan of the show want!