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Grimm - Season 1-3 [DVD]
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The classic Grimms’ fairytales come to life like never before in this dark and imaginative supernatural series from the producers of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. Portland homicide detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) discovers he’s descended from an elite line of criminal profilers known as Grimms, who are charged with keeping balance between humanity and the creatures of myth. Nick’s ability to detect evil lurking amongst him manifests in new and unusual ways, and with his partner, Hank and reunited love, Juliette by his side, he is able to track down Wesen criminals with renewed determination. However things are changing around him. As Captain Renard embroils himself with the birth of a royal child and Monroe and Rosalee’s relationship intensifies, the ties between humans and the Wesen world becomes even more irrevocably intertwined. Experience the spine tingling chills, sinister surprises and fabled creatures back-to-back and uninterrupted in Grimm Seasons One to Three.
Deleted and Extended Scenes
The World of Grimm
Myths, Monsters and Legends
Monroe's Best Moments
Creatures & Chaos
NOTE:There are no English subtitles on series 1.English subtitles are available only for series 2 and 3.
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Each week the story is usually about Nick investigating a homicide that has something to do with vessin, be they the perp or victim.Read more ›
Great price for this box set, can't wait to get caught up.
Trying to explain it to someone who didn't know who The Brother's Grimm were was quite a task but I came up with the following (I'm only going to talk in detail about the Pilot and am not giving out any spoilers!) :
There are no such things as fairytales. The Brother's Grimm stories are today seen as just nonsense stories for children, often with a moral tale on there somewhere. Where would Disney be without the Grimms? Snow White, Red Riding Hood, The Princess and the From, Rapunzel etc, etc?
However in this series we discover that the "stories" were originally a compendium of creatures called "Wesen" who are part human part creature.
The original Grimms created the compendium to keep track of all the Wesen that they had met and killed... An art was passed down through the generations allowing them to see the Wesen in their creature guises as well as the human, and the strength to kill them.
In the pilot Nick, a cop in Portland, discovers he is descended from the Grimm's and that it is his destiny is to find and kill them.
He starts to see Wesen everywhere, before he is even aware what is happening to him and is even investigating a murder that has "fairytale" overtones to it - a girl with a red hooded sweatshirt attacked by a large animal? in the woods.
We meet some of the Wesen and he learns that everything is not so black and white, good and evil as he was led to believe. In fact he finds that amongst the Wesen kind, stories of the Grimms are told as a warning to naughty children as they are portrayed as murderous boogeymen!Read more ›
I'm loving it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Amazing series - I was on the fence about starting to watch them, and was hooked from the first or second episode. Devoured season 4 in one weekend. Season 5 went the same way. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Judey
Enjoyed the show and watched it almost in one go. Now up to series 5 and still loving it.Published 17 days ago by M. L. D. Barnes
Its brilliant. Well written and actors are so good. No big stars but for me they should be.Published 2 months ago by ann wilson
I watched the Grimm series from the beginning on German TV in German. Seeing it in English is a new experience and very enjoyable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J SWAN