The Complete Fourth Season

DVD - 2009
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After enduring unspeakable torture, Dean escapes from Hell, rescued by an angel who recruits Sam and Dean into Heaven's battle against Hell for the future of humankind. Amid whispers that a certain Fallen Angel will soon be freed from his prison deep in Hell. If Sam and Dean can't stop Lucifer from walking 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 7-foot-tall teddy bear. All the while, the ultimate war draws them into its horror.


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Sep 29, 2016

This is a great show to get on board with when you're in between X-files binges. I've been entertained by it up til now in a "good stories, fun people, scare myself a little" kind of way, but this season really dug in and now has me hooked. The storylines are finally shaping up from the hints and mysteries from the first three seasons, the actors and production staff are obviously very comfortable and confident by now. This season, more than any other, has offered a great selection of stand alone episodes ("Wishful Thinking" "Monster Movie" "It's a Terrible Life" "The Monster at the End of This Book" and "Chris Angell is a Douchebag" to name my favorites) but still manages to march the storyline forward effortlessly. And, of course, the best addition of the fourth season is the stunning Misha Collins as the angel Castiel. Because this show has been around so long, I had heard that I should look forward to meeting him, and man, he did not disappoint. What an intense, finely-tuned little guy. It got to the point where I would be reading the credits under the beginning of each episode, just hoping to see his name. Glad that he became a series regular.

CoeryT Jul 19, 2014

I'll confess, I didn't watch it from the beginning. Watching the 4th and 5th season of this show, made me want to back track and watch it from the beginning. Although not on my top 10 list, I do enjoy the show enough for me to keep watching it.

Interesting Note = Erik Kripke wanted the show to end in the fifth season. It wouldn't have been the best ending, But I think it would have been kind of interesting if the show did end that way. It Keeps the Audience guessing.

Mar 31, 2012

The fourth season of Supernatural takes on a much more religious tone than previous seasons. An angel frees Dean from Hell and then recruits both Sam and Dean to help stop the Apocalypse. Various demons are attempting to break 66 seals that will allow Lucifer to rise from Hell and begin the Earthly endtimes battle between Heaven and Hell. In the meantime Sam and Dean continue in their quests to kill demons and other evil spirits. Along the way Sam begins to learn powerful new skills from a demon and Dean learns that he is the key to stopping the Apocalypse.

May 28, 2011

Defidently Addicting, its a package of feeling, scaredness, comedy and amazing lines!


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