DVD Review: Supernatural: Season 4: Volume 1

Posted in DVDs, Reviews, TV
By Sam Bathe on 23 Apr 2009

Picking up after a high octane end to season three, the fourth season of Supernatural takes on the successful series, as brothers Sam and Dean Winchester continue their hunt of demons to send them back to hell. The plot, and shared name of one of the lead characters, might draw comparisons with Reaper, another demon-hunting show, but Supernatural shares none of the comedic elements. In the first episode Dean has just been rescued from hell, waking up four months later, he starts to recover his memories, while Sam’s own powers develop on their seemingly never ending journey. Knowledge of the meta story will give you a lot more enjoyment of Supernatural: Season 4: Volume 1, and it would be much better to start right back at the beginning if you’re looking to get into the show, but each individual episode holds it’s own story arc and you can still find a lot of enjoyment just picking it up as you go along.

Show ★★★★ Extras ★★★★★

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