Supernatural - Season 7 Complete 
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This haunting series follows the Winchester brothers as they crisscross the lonely and mysterious back roads of the country in their '67 Chevy Impala, hunting down every evil supernatural force they encounter along the way. This season, something is hunting them, and they will face an enemy more canny and adaptable than any they've ever fought.
- 3 episode commentaries
- Directing the Supernatural: 7 Directors discuss the opportunities & challenges of directing Supernatural
- Washboards & Tommy Guns: Scoring time after time. Composers discuss their work on the film noir homage episode time after time.
- Jensen sings outtake - the unused fuller version of Jensen crooning Air Supply's I'm All Out of Love
- Unaired scenes
- Gag reels
In Season 7, Sam and Dean fight demons. Real demons, like Lucifer, who tortures Sam with visions of Hell. Private demons, as the brothers face a traumatic personal loss when Bobby is cut down by alien forces. And as Sam and Dean travel the back roads of America, hunting monsters who wreak havoc on the innocent, a new and more terrible foe hunts them: Leviathans, freed from Purgatory and immune to the brothers’ arsenal of weapons and cunning. With Bobby gone, all Sam and Dean can rely on is each other. But will that be enough? Uncover the terrifying revelations in this 6-disc, 23-episode Season 7.
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This it not a jumping on point. New viewers should start with season one.
All episodes run for forty minutes [approx.].
Following the cliffhanger ending to season six, the first episode sees the Winchesters having to deal with the effect Castiel's trip to Purgatory has had on him. But then they find a bigger threat has resulted. Monsters that have been locked up in Purgatory for a very long time are now free and loose in the world. Leaving the face of the human race at stake...
This season follows the format quite a few post season five will use. A big main threat as the main villain of the season. And said thread going to ground at occasional points to allow for filler episodes to get it up to a full season's worth.
It is a good batch of episodes, though. One of the best for comedy episodes, with several successful efforts.
It's a season that is bold enough to change the status quo. Don't read the back of the dvd box if you don't know what happens here, because otherwise you will get a huge spoiler.
It introduces a few memorable new characters, such as deceptively wimpy hunter Garth. Hacker activist Charlie [Felicia Day] in an episode that pays homage to a certain famous Swedish novel. And god's prophet Kevin.
There's a buffy the vampire slayer cast reunion with two familiar faces in the episode 'Shut up, Dr. Phil.'
And an interesting look at hunting back in the forties.
But there are a couple of stumbling blocks. How successful said monsters are as foes is going to be a matter of individual opinion. There's not a lot of Castiel throughout the whole year. And the season finale is one of those rare episodes of the show that doesn't quite work. The budget seems to have run dry by this point, so people spend far too long standing around talking before a rushed and very low budget action set piece.
It does though provide another good cliffhanger to set up the year to come.
All in all though, a pretty decent run well worth four stars.
The dvds has the following language and subtitle options:
Languages: English, Castilian Spanish, French.
Subtitles: English, Castilian Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Norwegian, Portuguese, Swedish.
Not the most comprehensive batch of these, but not bad.,
Three commentaries. One on episode six from the two leads.
One on episode ten from Jim Beaver [Bobby] and the actor who plays Rufus.
And one from two of the executive producers on the season finale.
There are deleted scenes across the discs. These are accessed via an icon on the episode menus, whereas the commentaries can be accessed both via similar or the special features menu.
Episodes four, ten, eleven, twelve, fifteen, eighteen and nineteen all have deleted scenes. Most of them just have one. Some have two or three. None last longer than a minute.
On disc two is a short featurette: Jensen sings. With Jensen Ackles in character as Dean singing along to 'I'm all out of love.' It runs for a couple of mins and is a fun watch.
Disc six has a gag reel. Shorter than some at just five mins. And as ever, once you get past the pulling funny faces and just being silly for the sake of it clips, there are some genuinely amusing outtakes in there.
There are also two feature: Directing the Supernatural. Runs for eighteen mins and has several of the show's directors discuss their work,. A fascinating watch if you are interested in the process.
Washboards and Tommy Guns: runs for twenty four mins and is about the score to the 1940's based episode 'Time after time.' It's a bit detailed if you don't know much about music so is more for those interested in that side of things, but it is interesting viewing even if you aren't.
Even when episodically there is variation in the makers of this brilliant concept's ability to come to up with the goods, it is still so far out of the league of everything else being made.
I wasn't overly impressed with the whole Leviathan thing being the arc for the season, but just to watch the characters interact with Dick, brought a smile to face every time. The actor playing Mr Roman was so brilliant, with his combination of smug callousness and amusement His initial conversation with Crowley in the limo in the first episode 'Meet the new boss' was second to none.
Of course Crowley himself with his 'Hello Boys' never gets tired either, for me he is, and continues to be the real villain of the piece.
We also get see Meg again, who is also amazing and her. See the finale to the season 'Survival of the Fittest'. Her world weariness crossed with occasional outbursts of rage were so funny.
For me stand out episodes were 'The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo', here we are introduced to Charlie a brilliant IT operative working at Dick's offices. We see her arriving for work and leaving her bike, then wearing her mp3 player and listening to ' walking on sunshine ' while dancing in the lift up, which was such fun and shows why the writers on this series are so ridiculously talented . It is these moments when the show allows itself go off at a tangent, which are what give it such an edge. Overall this is a thrilling and funny at the same time, and a lot of the credit for that must go to Felicia Day, who plays Charlie who could hold her own against anyone. She is no super hero and her blend of fear and feistiness again gives the show the freshness we have come to expect in it's attitude. We see the main characters take for granted the constant onslaught of fighting between the boys and the angels vs demons element of the arc. However, we then reminded in the real world how terrifying meeting a Dick Roman etc would be to a normal person. Again showing how great and fresh the ideas and continuity is here.
I also loved 'Time for a wedding' with brought the return of Becky from the Ghostfacers episodes of previous seasons. Just brilliant and one of the episodes I will return to time and time again. The scene with Becky and Sam in her apartment when Dean arrives with the waffle iron is hilarious. With her return we have a link to some of this programmes most brilliant offerings with regard to the ghosfacer stories.
You don't have to have previously seen those past outings to appreciate this. You know instantly there is history in the way Dean says 'Becky ?' as he literally unveils her at the wedding ceremony. By the way, how brilliant is Jensen Ackles at bringing so much humour to one word.
Plucky Pennywhistle's Magical Menagerie, is another really imaginatively horrifying take on the genre, and some how funny too. Here Sam and Dean are looking into the weird deaths of people with childhood fears. They end up in a kids fun house, and again for me it was Dean's ability to get distracted, in this case by one of the games which involves winning sweets, and his reaction towards the children which makes it genuinely hilarious.
Another standout example of this is 'Party on Garth' with the character of Garth the strange Sam substitute Dean got teamed with previously re-emerging. Just excellent and you honestly don't notice what the boys are investigating, because the interactions between Garth and them are so funny. Garth is the least looking gangster/rapper person in the world but somehow his choice in his clapped out car still come over as happening. Just brilliant acting.
There is also the brilliantly written episode where we say goodbye to Bobby but I can't say I felt very affected by it. I do think Bobby's character had reached conclusion and no one ever really dies in this show.
We are introduced the character of Kevin Chan who will be one of the arcs of season 8. His relationship with the boys brings out their softer side and his scenes with Crowley are genuinely gut wrenching.
Overall a return to form. I keep expecting the writers to run out of ideas, but this show doesn't even seem to know there is a shark to jump, it just keeps outdoing itself.