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The Walking Dead - Season 2 [DVD]

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  • Actors: Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, Sarah Wayne Callies, Laurie Holden, Jeffrey DeMunn
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Aug 2012
  • Run Time: 554 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (285 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005ZCIF7S
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 916 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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The end of civilization was just the beginning for Rick Grimes and the other survivors. As the fight to stay alive intensifies and personal rivalries continue to fuel, the group struggles to hold on to their humanity in a time where slim chances are all that is left.

Episodes: EPISODE 201: What Lies Ahead EPISODE 202: Bloodletting EPISODE 203: Save the Last One EPISODE 204: Cherokee Rose EPISODE 205: Chupacabra EPISODE 206: Secrets EPISODE 207: Pretty Much Dead Already EPISODE 208: Nebraska EPISODE 209: Triggerfinger EPISODE 210: 18 Miles Out EPISODE 211: Judge, Jury, Executioner EPISODE 212: Better Angels EPISODE 213: Beside the Dying Fire

Special Features:
  • Featurettes: All The Guts Inside ● Live or Let Die ● The Meat of the Music ● Fire on Set ● The Ink is Alive ● The Sound of the Effects ● In the Dead Water ● You Could Make a Killing ● She Will Fight ● The Cast on Season 2 ● Extras Wardrobe
  • Deleted Scenes:"What Lies Ahead" ● "Save The Last One" ● "Secrets" ● "Pretty Much Dead Already" ● "Nebraska" ● "Judge, Jury, Executioner" ● "Better Angels" ● "Beside The Dying Fire" (with optional audio commentary with executive producer Glen Mazzara) 
  • UK Exclusive Feature: Character Profiles


After the relatively short first season left viewers salivating for more, season two of The Walking Dead, this time with 13 episodes, was always going to be battling expectation to some degree. It’s a fight it just about wins, though, save for a few bumps around the middle of the season, as the mixture of horror and drama continues to impress. It's a show more than capable of some excellent rug-pulls, too.

The Walking Dead, then, continues to follow a small group of survivors in a zombie-infested world. At first, it’s a slower collection of episodes than we saw with season one this time around. Certainly in episodes around the middle of the season, there's a sense that things are being saved and held back, and that the brakes are being gently applied. But then, season two of the show shoots out of the blocks exceptionally well, and the final run-in, too, is excellent. The strands it leaves in place for season three are particularly salivating, and there's an awful lot to like here.

As with season one's box set, there's been a lot of effort with The Walking Dead season 2 to make it worth picking up on disc. Exclusive to the UK edition, for instance, is a series of character profiles. But you'll find more meat in the series of genuinely interesting featurettes. Elsewhere, you'll also find a selection of scenes that didn't make the final cut of the episodes.

Grown up drama in more than one sense, The Walking Dead is, even on its dryer days, an excellent series, and season two has ample evidence to support that. That it comes packed into a such an impressive set is all the better. --Jon Foster

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Gre4t Moments on 18 Sep 2012
Format: DVD
The Walking Dead got a lot better in this season as you are getting more character development, more gore, more thrills, more suspense, and more than that, the edge of the seat moments throughout the series.
Rather than a Zombie/Walker series, the Walking Dead Season II is more profound, and the characters are getting more life and well, character. Each character development also thickens the plot with additional elements of morality, ethical questions, horror and the psychology of human frailty. The lead characters Rick and Shane, though predictable, will surprise the viewer with some unexpected codes of survival. The line between good and bad, control and obedience, survival and sacrifice are all blurred with the characters as well as the situations.
The Walking Dead has also paid homage to the great classic 12 Angry Men in one of the episodes (Judge, Jury (and) Exectutioner).
If you liked the first season, you are going to love the second season.

Subtitles: English SDH
Audio: English 5.1 DTS-HD Mater Audio/2.0 Stereo
Aspect Ratio: 16x9 (1:78:1)
Running time: Approximately 554 Minutes
Rated:18 Contains strong violence and gory horror.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. Whitehead TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Sep 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Rick Grimes and his fellow survivors have escaped from Atlanta. Making for Fort Benning and the hope of rescue, the group is waylaid on the highway by a horde of walkers. With one of the group missing and another severely injured, they find a safe haven at a nearby farm and the hope of a new home. But as the days and weeks pass, the unresolved tensions in the group threaten to tear it apart.

The second season of The Walking Dead picks up shortly after the events of the first. Whilst the first only had six episodes to tell its story, the second has thirteen, giving it more time to explore the premise and characters.

Things get off to a strong start in the first few episodes, which focus on the confrontation on the highway and the attempts to bring the group back together. New characters - the Greene family - and a new location - a large farmstead - are introduced and events unfold with some vigour. However, after the third episode the story bogs down a little as characters start spinning their wheels at the farm. This is where the ramifications of a major pre-season production crisis - a budget cut that infuriated showrunner Frank Darabont and saw him leave the series - are at their most noticeable. Whilst the budget problems ground the series for a little too long at the farm, the producers do make the most of the money they do have. The zombie effects are a cut above the more variable effects of the first season and there are some truly gruesome moments that equal the most visceral scenes of any zombie movie that comes to mind.
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Even better than the first season! Only just got into this and it is so addictive! So glad my least favourite character gets killed towards the end of the series! Brilliant acting by Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) and Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon). Still think the walking dead scenes are utterly disgusting (Having their heads chopped off/stabbed/splatted etc!) But i put up with it because its so GOOD!! Shame season 4 is not free yet on amazon prime instant video! Have already ordered a used dvd from Amazon because i will not be able to wait for it! As for season 5 there is always blinkbox!
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32 of 42 people found the following review helpful By NicolaA on 15 May 2012
Format: DVD
Season 2 begins where we left season 1, the group of survivors decide to go to Fort Benning, however the plan doesn't go as they had hoped when they get stuck on a motorway jam packed with abandoned cars, and the next thing you know a 'herd' of walkers descend.

Now I will not go in to huge scene by scene accounts as to what happens next, frankly I like to watch a show and find out for myself and I get very annoyed when I read a review and accidentally read spoilers.

Episodes1,2 &3 were fantastic, then the action dips a little and relies on character based writing. But bear with it what the writers are doing is setting you up for and explosive second half. The relationship's between Rick, Lori, Shane and Carl becomes very tested. In episode 3 we start to really see under Shane's skin and just what he will do to survive. What the writers have done here is proven this is not just a series based on zombies, violence, and action, but one that can be incredibly well written, tense and character driven. It certainly is not a one dimensional show.

We have a whole new crop of survivors to get to know, Hershel being one. The friction between Rick's and Hershel's groups on how to deal with walkers is there throughout most of the season. We also by the end of the season find out why the dead are walking (although not a full scientific explanation), We loose some of the main characters by the end too. really its a question of who survives!

I have to say I very much enjoyed season 1 of The Walking Dead. The first half of season 2 is less action based, which I think is why some found it slow. However it really is setting you up for a season finale which is outstanding, and literally taken straight out of the comic book from which the series originated. I can not wait to see what happens in season 3!
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