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Dexter - Season 4 [DVD]
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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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Michael C. Hall, as ever, is excellent as Miami's bloodsplatter expert - secretly ensuring retribution for murderers who thought they had got away with it. The ghost of his cop dad remains at hand to advise. Some may consider the subplot of romance between two senior officers a ploy to eke out episodes, but the season contains tension, gore and surprises in abundance - more than enough to satisfy.
12 episodes, the last one with commentary. Bonuses show how stunts and grisly effects were achieved. There is also a quiz to see how closely we have been following. Especially enjoyed was the chat between Lithgow and Hall - chemistry evident, which made their many scenes together so riveting.
With a great central performance, so much humour and style, the series captivates. Should we really be so much on the side of a serial killer? Dexter's good nature, charm and vulnerability make him hard to resist.