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Charmed - Season 7 [DVD]

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  • Actors: Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish
  • Dubbed: French, German, Italian, Spanish
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 5 Jun. 2006
  • Run Time: 893 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001D0TUI4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,084 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Debuting in 1998, the Aaron Spelling-produced television series Charmed follows the adventures of three modern-day witches juggling their supernatural abilities with the demands of everyday life. The Halliwell sisters use their magical powers to protect innocent people from evil demons, who, in turn, attempt to steal the sister's powers for their own purposes. In order to shield the world from darkness, the sisters must protect their own powers from the lords of the underworld, and also rise above the childish bickering of sisterhood to work together as a team.

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The challenges come fast and furious for the Halliwell sisters in Charmed: The Complete Seventh Season. Some of them are pretty exotic, too: a visit from Lady Godiva, who inspires a certain, unexpected freedom in witchy sisters Phoebe (Alyssa Milano), Piper (Holly Marie Combs), and Paige (Rose McGowan) while dodging the evil designs of a nasty land baron. Shakti and Shiva, the ultimate lovers of Hinduism, manage to occupy the bodies of Piper and still-evolving Whitelighter Leo (Brian Krause) at a very bad time: The consummation of their love will destroy the universe. An ex-demon turned professor at the Magic School falls under a spell that causes him to believe he's Robin Hood and that Phoebe is Maid Marian. And it goes on like that: an invisible demon posing as an imaginary friend to a child; a time-travel trip to 1899 (and the site of a tragic fire) that strands Phoebe; the arrival of Pandora's Box in the hands of a shape-shifting visitor from the Underworld. Things never quiet down for the Halliwells, and their lives are even more complicated by Zankou (Oded Fehr), who shows up in a running storyline about his effort to release the Shadow, the ultimate power, and steal the Book of Shadows, which is crucial to the sisters' witchcraft. Meanwhile, Leo must make a crucial choice in order to release Piper and Phoebe from their deaths at the hands of yet another demon: Should he save them or engage in magic that will ultimately rob him of his free will? An exciting season full of new changes and characters, transitions, children, and much else, Charmed: The Complete Seventh Season carries on this long-running television show's breathless pace and intriguing mix of the arcane and ordinary. --Tom Keogh

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58 of 65 people found the following review helpful By L. Mcnab on 28 Feb. 2006
Format: DVD
What I like to see Charmed back at its best! ok so season 6 might not have been the best season with a fair few unimpressive episodes but at least season 7 makes up for it! ok so we don't have Drew Fuller to drool over as adult Chris, but we do get to see kerr smith play FBI agent Kyle Brody who has a major grudge against the Avatars. The Avatars storyline plays a big part in the first half of this season, in season 5 we saw them make Cole one of them because of his powerfulness and now its Leo's turn after we saw him vanquish Gideon in season 6. Then comes along Zankou played by Oded Fehr, a powerful demon trapped by the former Source who saw him as a threat, in the Witchness Protection (which also guest stars Charisma Carpenter from Buffy/Angel fame). Zankou has only one thing in mind, destroying the Charmed Ones for good. My favourite episodes from this season would probably be A Call To Arms, which sees the girls return after coping with the death of adult Chris, and Leo and Piper get turned into love gods. Scry Hard, in which Leo and Piper are shrunk by Wyatt and put into Grams old doll house and Zankou trys to unleash the Nexus. Death Becomes Them, the girls have to face the the corpses of the innocents the have lost over the years by an alchemist working for Zankou to make the vunerable so he can steal the Book of Shadows. Something Wicca This Way Goes, the season finale which see the Charmeds Ones face off Zankou for one last time without the help of the Book Of Shadows, excellent episode!!!
This seasons episodes are:
A Call To Arms
The Bare Witch Project
Cheaper By The Coven
Charrrmed!
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 Feb. 2006
Format: DVD
This is a good year for Charmed. It picks up where season 6 left off, Adult Chris is now dead and Leo has to deal with having killed Gideon to protect his son Wyatt. Also Barbas is still on the loose and the season premier deals with this particular demon that managed to get away last year!!
The Viewing figures for this season were not good at all. So much so, that the cast and crew of Charmed completed the production of the season without knowing whether they would be returning for another season. While this was a worrying time for the fans, this led to a series of episodes at the end of the season designed to tie up any loose ends in case they would be the last episodes!! The season finale for this season was therefore particularly good and would have worked even if the show had not returned for one final season.
This season sees the introduction of a couple of new characters: Paige gets a new boyfriend in the form of Kyle who has a life-long hatred of the 'Avatars'. Also we have the big-bad demon this year, Zanku; imprisoned by the source as he was seen as such a threat, he's now out and wants to kill the Charmed Ones!!
Also this year sees the return of an old favourite, Cole Turner played by Julian McMahon who returns for the show's 150 episode (a definite highlight!!). Also Drew Fuller (Adult Chris) makes a brief guest return to the show this season.
This is a good year. The main story arc during the first half of the season concerns the Avatars. As a viewer I loved this storyline since we (the audience) had been introduced to the Avatars in season 5, however the Charmed Ones have no idea about what they're dealing with! Also the Zanku storyline is pretty compulsive viewing for the latter part of the season!
Of course there are things not so great about this season, a couple of poor episodes and special effects. However its still pretty good stuff!!
A good season and deffinitly worth it!! Enjoy :)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Charlie-CJ HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on 22 Nov. 2006
Format: DVD
My daughter (12) has fallen under the spell of the Charmed Ones and now has every season on DVD - it's probably all that girl power that attracts her and she was a dedicated old/new Worst Witch fan - although my son (10) happily watches Charmed with her (perhaps he secretly routes for the demons). Some of her Charmed seasons were recorded from Living TV re-runs on Sky but others were purchased from Amazon (we get the far cheaper NTSC region 1 offerings from Amazon resellers). Naturally the episodes are far nicer without 20 minutes of adverts.

I have watched a lot of Charmed episodes with her and I have to say that I really liked this season with the rise of Avatars and their attempts to create heaven on Earth (e.g. `Extreme Makeover - World Edition' and `Charmageddon'). Plus demon Zankou makes a good baddie. The finale is pretty good as well (`Death becomes them'). This season really sets the pace for the final season 8 when the `power of three' have to face their worst enemy and defeat the Ultimate Power. Ok the stories repeat themselves a bit (there must be around 160+ episodes) and some of the acting is on the `Victoria Principal' level with girly pouts and eye rolling, but it is all great fun. In many ways the series has a non-violent feel and little blood and gore despite the high body count (although there is the mystery of how does a flaming vapourising demon fail to leave a scorch mark on the sofa). I'd ignore the 15 rating, they are more like a 12 max - our kid's PG rated 'Clubhouse detectives' film is far far scarier.

If your daughter (10+) hasn't seen any of Charmed before, I'd recommend it. Just tell her it's like `Buffy the Vampire Slayer' but with no Buffy and no vampires. Highly recommended for female offspring (and young males in touch with their orbing side).
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