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Dexter - Season 4 [Blu-ray] [2009]

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  • Actors: Michael C. Hall, Julie Benz, John Lithgow
  • Format: Colour, Widescreen, Surround Sound
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 29 Nov. 2010
  • Run Time: 633 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (218 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003XU75XY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,990 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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After playing a mild-mannered funeral home director in Six Feet Under, Michael C. Hall makes a smooth transition to a serial killer in this original series. But the twist in this smart show is that Dexter chooses to prey only on other serial killers. As a child, Dexter was adopted by a cop (James Remar) who quickly realises that his new son is no ordinary boy. Since Dexter is compelled to kill, his law-abiding father pushes him to choose his quarry in a way that will best benefit society. As Dexter grows older, he works as a forensic blood-splatter expert in Miami, giving him a close view of other murderers and their handiwork. Stylish and blackly comic, this drama is adapted from Jeff Lindsay's novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter.

This collection presents the complete fourth series which sees Dexter and his family move out to the suburbs along with their newborn baby boy.

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I got this DVD for christmas and what a season it is. Having watched Dexter since the first season was aired on ITV, I have been hooked. Fans of the show will know what I mean as Dexter is such an addictive show to watch. This is the first season I have seen straight on DVD and not on TV. As such, you naturally lose some of the suspense as you don't have to wait for the next episode to air.

Now, season 4 is very strong. It has different airs and graces compared to others but this is natural as I think we have to agree that each season of Dexter has its own distinctive feel, which is what keeps it so fresh. This season sees the arrival of a new serial killer, dubbed the Trinity Killer, played by the virtuosic John Lithgow. Lithgow is undoubtedly the star of the season and you will soon find that he illuminates (or should I say darkens) every single scene he is in. He is perhaps the creepiest character ever seen in the show and he even freaks Dexter out! Personally, I think Lithgow's performance makes the show here. Dexter seems to have lost his slick and cunning style we are so used to. This is no reflection on Michael C Hall as he is merely playing his part to perfection as the guy juggling too many balls. Lithgow oozes with cool, disturbia, violence, sympathy and evil all in equal proportions. Perhaps the finest performance by an actor in Dexter history.

I will not reveal any plot twists, as the show relies on them so much, but all I will say is that be prepared for some shocks and twists and turns as per usual with Dexter. The first few episodes are dominated by Dexter trying to balance his new family life with his job and his habit. I thought the baby would feature more heavily in the season but actually it is Astor and Cody who provide the most interest out of the children.
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After season 2 I was a little disappointed by the direction taken by the writers. The coincidences and plots were simply too far fetched to ask even the most willing viewer to suspend belief. That said series 3 picked up and was simply spectacular, right up there with Breaking Bad for some of the best TV you'll be fortunate to see.

A recent trip presented the opportunity to catch up on season 4 and I can honestly say Dexter has once again raised the bar. Dexter is married, has a young baby, growing stepchildren added to which a new predator is killing in Miami. The game is on.

Casting John Lithgow was inspired and he leaves a very memorable character in Dexter history.

It is just starting on TV (FX) but this is one you might very well wish to buy. Outstanding.
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I've had the privilege of watching Dexter since it first aired in September and 2006 and have been hooked by the unique premise of the show as well as the exceptional writing which is of a consistently high standard. The show is unusual as each season tends to get better and better. By now most of you will know that Dexter Morgan is a blood splatter analyst working for Miami PD during the day and a serial killer who operates using a 'code' by night.

I think one of the reasons is so successful is that Dexter (played by Michael C Hall) narrates the show at certain points and the audience has grown throughout each season much like the character of Dexter. I'm sure I'm like many of the other fans of the show rooting for Dexter not to get caught throughout each season. Each season has a story arc and builds towards a conclusion which neatly wraps up the events of the previous 12 episodes. Michael C Hall is excellent as Dexter and the ensemble cast is great too and each season they are also developed.

Season 4 picks up where Season 3 ended - Dexter is married (I wouldn't say happily as he still has issues) and I guess accepts his life to an extent with the birth of his son (Harrison) with Rita and being the father of the family. At the same time a serial killer called Trinity has started a killing spree again and Dexter becomes obsessed with the case and believes he can learn from this.

The season is jam packed full of drama and John Lithgow is an excellent addition to the case. I think it was the penultimate episode where they come face to face for the first time and boy do sparks fly. I don't think I've ever seen someone get under Dexter's skin quite like Trinity.
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Brilliant really Good and just keeps getting better I'm not a fan of killers but Dexter is a Cool Geezer that Ya end up rooting for Very Good Really Enjoyed now on to the next Season 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
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As far as long running TV series' go this is by far one of the most accomplished in recent memory. Each season has gone from strength to strength. As each season passes you are left contemplating on where exactly this can go next time round and each time the writers manage to throw you enough of a curve ball to bring you back.

This season delves even deeper into Dexter's mind. His situation becomes even more desperate when a serial killer torments Miami and spins dangerously close to Dexter's own life. Where this season excels over the others is in it's characterisation of the Trinity killer. A cold blooded, controlling man who stalks his prey and relentlessly follows a set pattern of events. A man so well versed in pulling off such heinous crimes, he leaves no evidence and always catches his target.

This is the first time the writers have really gone into the mind of the killer the Miami Metro are trying to bring in. He becomes a very real threat. You really get behind the killers motives and follow his story as well as Dexters. The Trinity killer is the most well written villain we have come across so far and John Lithgow deserves the praise reaped upon him for the portrayal of such a cold, calculated killer.

However you cannot dismiss the other returning players of the piece. As usual Michael C Hall plays Dexter with his usual suave charisma but it is arguably some of the suppporting characters that really get a chance to shine this time round.

The return of Lundy is a welcome surprise as well as Deborah's anguish at the events that shape her investigation throughout the story. Angel and La Guerta's unexpected relationship doesnt quite gel and feels a bit forced.
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