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The Walking Dead - Season 4 [DVD] 
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In the aftermath of the war with the Governor, we see Rick and the group of survivors fostering a thriving community in the safe haven of the prison. Sadly, in this brutal world, happiness is short-lived and walkers are no match for a greater dangers brewing inside the fences. The group's home and new way of life will be thoroughly tested, and they will find themselves prepared to do whatever it takes to survive. Contains all 16 episodes from Season 4, plus over an hour of audio commentaries, deleted scenes and featurettes.
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The zombies and the apocalpyse merely serve as a foil to allow the development of some of the hardest questions one could pose humanity, how the harshest imaginable conditions force a transformation of everyday civilians into, well, whatever they have to be in order to survive. In a world where the lines between right and wrong and irretrievably blurred, almost every protagonists' moral compass is sent spiralling in various scenarios and set-pieces that never lose their individuality or suspense. We see folks revert to killers as mindless as the zombies, those who desperately try to cling to the final vestiges of humanitarian morality and everything in between.
The acting is superb throughout, particularly by the lead, Lincholn who desperately tries to retain his values as Sheriff of a town ravaged by 'the infection.' A man who risked his life to uphold the law, suddenly faced with a law-less society overnight. His character development along with virtually every other protagonist is utterly gripping. His young son Carl, for instance, who over the course of the four seasons is forced to spend his early adolescence 'growing' up in this desolate, frenzied world fraught with mortal danger at every turn, is another example of fascinating character development.
My only qualms are with the number of characters they keep killing off! This makes sense given the nature of the environment they find themselves in but seriously guys give it a break!!
Additional note: At the time of writing, the 'download per episode' situation on Amazon Instant Video is due to this season currently airing on UK Channel 5 (5*) so Amazon is matching their schedule of two episodes per week. While it is quite expensive per episode it is a good way to avoid those annoying TV adverts and it's suitable for those wanting to catch up or re-watch ahead of the DVD release on 29th September 2014.
There are four episodes to each of the first four discs. And there are extras on the fifth.
As with previous seasons, it does take storylines from the comic on which it is based, but it does go it's own way with them. So it's a very loose adaptation.
Although this season's opener might just work as a jumping on point, the amount of backstory built up by now does mean it's better to start with season one instead.
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Given that the show has a mid season break when it airs on tv, this season is structured pretty much as two individual seasons of eight episodes each. The first eight pick up the story months after the end of season three. With life in the Prison where the group are now holed up going quite well. There are new people there. They're trying to grow crops and farm. There's also no sign of their foe the governor.
This starts off some character arcs that play out well over the season. Carl thinking he's grown up now but still not quite able to shake childhood. Rick having to step back from leading and fighting. Daryl being part of a group.
And other characters have similar things to confront of their own.
Of course it can't stay peaceful forever. Thanks to a threat they didn't see coming.
The first five episodes deal with this. Strong character moments result. Plenty of zombie fighting. And some impressive set pieces. It's a season that uses it's budget very well.Read more ›
Scenes in bright sunshine are passable but the darker scenes, ie pretty much anything inside, especially the prison, present a veritable storm of grainy artefacts. Like someone kicked over a pot of ash or something.
Thought it was my Blu Ray player so I tried the discs in a different one, same result.
This is an abysmal effort! The whole point of Blu Ray is to present fine HD pictures but as others have pointed out this is more like a 3rd generation VHS copy!
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I am amazed at how poor the video quality is with this. Completely defeats the purpose of buying it on blu ray. Very disappointed.Published 1 month ago by Guy Shepherd
The picture quality is absolutely terrible! The box is flimsy and the discs themselves seem rough edged and poor quality. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great series and I've watched it 3 times but picture is awful: yet another example of the British consumer getting ripped off.Published 1 month ago by baz