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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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All those upheavals Above and Below have released from deepest hell Levianthans, unkillable shapeshifters now intent on eating their way through the human race - their terrifying jaws ideally suited for the purpose.
Theirs is the recurrent storyline, but Sam and Dean also have time to polish off more ordinary spectres and creatures. Episodes vary in style, viewers never sure what to expect. Standouts? Ep.12, Dean whisked back to 1944; Ep.10, Bobby revisiting key moments of his life - including the momentous step taken when a boy. Many will welcome in Ep.5 two stalwarts from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel".
Not everything works. Some aspects are plain nasty - life held cheap, extra touches of gore reeking of sadism. Two audacious plot leaps (which cannot be revealed here without spoiling) are so outrageous that they surely prove viewers should not take things too seriously. In fact humour is often not far away, the brothers' banter a major attraction.
Bonuses include commentaries and a very funny gag reel. There is an interesting feature on the directors (who include Jensen Ackles, he responsible for Ep.3). Particularly enjoyable is the section on how the series' two composers combined for Ep.12 - a timely reminder of the effort that goes into the creation of each new 40+ minute adventure.
Further indication that the show, despite all the bloodshed and horror, is basically intended to be fun? At one point a major enemy says, "See you next season." "Look forward to it," Dean replies.
Fans will look forward to it too.
BUT then they came back due to DEMAND!
Series 6 was a bit shaky, as it was all new ground, with new possibilities that didn't work in most cases, so season 7 was either going to bring a lot of loss ends together or not!
BUY IT, WATCH it and FIND out!
If it gives you an idea, we cannot wait a year for season 8 to become available in the UK!!!!!
we have tried other series now to help with the pain and withdrawal symptoms, but they are not a patch on SUPERNATURAL, we are now watching season 1 - 7 again while we wait :-)
I'm a big Supernatural fan, and have already managed to see the entire of Season 7 via one way or another, and it was worth the trouble!
Season 1-5 was a brilliant story arc, and season 6 definitely felt like a bit of a reboot, but with season 7 they are pretty much back into their stride. The big bad in this season are the Leviathan, which aren't the best ever, but they tie the season together nicely.
The best thing about this season really is that we get quite a few good "monster of the week" episodes, including Dean time travelling, a visit from an Egyptian God and a "cursed objects" story.
There are some brilliant laugh out loud moments through the season as usual, Jensen Ackles has fantastic comedic timing, and overall I enjoyed it very much. The show is still missing a little "purpose", which is why I'm only giving it 4 stars, but it is still one of the best things on TV, and I can't wait to get my DVDs to rewatch it!
Season 8 just got confirmed, thank Goodness, as Season 7 once again ended on a pretty big cliffhanger!