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Lost Girl - Season 4 [DVD]

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  • Actors: Anna Silk, Kris Holden-Ried, Ksenia Solo, Richard Howland, Zoie Palmer
  • Format: Subtitled, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Hindi
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: 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: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 19 May 2014
  • Run Time: 549 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00I01OP5W
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,021 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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In Season 4, fate casts a wide shadow over the Fae world. With Bo’s (Anna Silk; Being Erica, Ghost Whisperer) return, we see the lines between Dark and Light fae blurred causing Bo to venture into a journey of discovery. Bo and company will ultimately realize that regardless of the challenges and enemies they face, they’re stronger when they face them together.

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So If you've made it to season 4 you have presumably bought into the idea of Lost Girl. Sure, the show is over dramatic and can have a relaxed view to plot lines, but it's good fun! That aside, on to season 4...

There is definite feel that this season could have benefited from a more rigid storyline. At times I thought I must have missed episodes or not been paying attention, only for whatever the issue was to be clumsily wrapped up in the last 5 minutes of the episode, effectively destroying the dramatic climax. Often a whole episode will seem to have very little to do with progressing the plot, and characters seem to have very little direction. This is particularly annoying as we have spent the past three seasons getting behind the characters developing relationships (Dyson vs. Lauren) and there are times when it feels like this is not moving one way or the other.
Like I said, Lost Girl does tend to stray from the plot, but it has become more apparent this season.

On the other hand, the characters remain likeable and Lost Girl maintains its quirky, tongue-in-cheek approach which makes the show what it is. Like previous seasons, this will have you laughing out loud at some parts and crying at others. If you are a fan of Lost Girl, it is still definitely worth a viewing.

The show definitely has potential - hopefully season 5 will bring a bit more direction to the story and it can return to its former glory.
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I stumbled over LOST GIRL by accident last year and was hooked instantly, dropping DEXTER and SONS OF ANARCHY after only one season in favor for this one.
Although overall more a 4 star series, since the show sometimes gets a bit too corny for my taste and some of the fey are a bit whacky to say the least, you rarely get a show with so many GREAT and loveable characters. The main cast, including Anna Silk, Ksenia Solo, Chris Holden-Ried, Richard Howland, K.C. Collins and Zoie Palmer are just so well cast and loveable. Still the best addition to the series came in the Third Season in the form of Tamsin (Rachel Skarsten). Great cameos by Linda Hamilton, Mia Kirshner and George Takei.
Things come together in this season and in a great way. Where TRUE BLOOD just literally sucked after season 2, LOST GIRL gets better and better with each season and I like how things have unfolded till now. There are some very unexpected twists which are well executed.
Although considered an "adult version of Buffy" make no mistake - this is still a syndicated tv show, so the violence/gore/sex is still in the teen section and nothing to get too excited by. No SPARTACUS violence, no excessive nudity and nothing like TRUE BLOOD.
Definitely one of the best series currently out there. Highly recommended.
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By Rob Frampton VINE VOICE on 12 Feb. 2015
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It's definitely beginning to near its sell-by date, but is still entertaining in a sub-Buffy kind of way. It all went wrong when it attempted to construct a complex, internally-coherent mythology for itself (like BtVS) but just ended up being confusing. As for the actors, Anna Silk seems to be bored with her role half the time, although Ksenia Solo still gives it everything and for that she's to be applauded. Will I be buying any more of the series? Not unless it changes tack (and gets a production budget increase).
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I love many of the characters in Lost Girl and up until this point, the writing was very well woven. Great plot lines, great timing. In this season, that all seemed to go out the window. The characters lost integrity, the writing disolved into dull monologues, even the camera work and sets looked worthy of Blakes 7! It feels like some executive has decided to 'shake it up a little' and turned this great concept into bubblegum for the brain. - if you liked Buffy, you won't notice any difference. However, if you preferred Firefly, you will weep at the travesty this series has become. Haile, Kenzi and Tamsin were the strongest characters and even they loose any semblance of credulity by the end of the season. A great shame, I could feel no emotion as they sacrificed one character after another in lieu of a decent storyline.

I give it two stars because I am sure such great actors were doing the best they could with such low level writing. sadly, as much as I have enjoyed the previous seasons, I don't think I could put myself through another.
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In the beginning, Lost Girl was a fairly interesting series but Season Four shows that it has now run out of steam. The writing and direction are woefully inconsistent and much of the season-long story arc feels like it was made up as they went along. There is a lot more dialogue than action and much of that dialogue is repetitive and banal. There are fewer sex scenes than before - displays of flesh seem to be largely replaced by innuendo. Each episode runs for about forty minutes but frequently seem longer than that. There seems to be an excess of padding throughout the season. Just as the main plot begins to gather pace, it is put on hold for a totally superfluous episode about mermaids. A supposedly humorous episode about an alternative Christmas is a prime example of lazy and sloppy production. When the climax finally comes, it drags on and on until you end up shouting "Get on with it!" at the screen. In the midst of a fierce battle, Dyson and Kenzi pause to have a conversation while crazed zombies rampage all around them. Bo never seems to be where she is needed most. And no one seems able to decide what to do with the character of Trick. In the end, I felt more sympathy for the Morrigan than any of the other characters.

The performances are almost universally unconvincing. Anna Silk's ample cleavage is on permanent display but the rest of her characterization is decidedly flat. In fact, things often seem livelier when she is not onscreen. Sometimes the relationships between the characters make the show feel more like a soap than a fantasy. Most of the characters are in love with someone they cannot have and several of them behave like teenagers experiencing their first crush. Even Kenzi has lost her sparkle. Sometimes major characters are absent for entire episodes.
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