"It is coming"
In My Time of
In the aftermath of the car crash, the surviving Winchesters go to the hospital,
where one is stalked by a Reaper while another must consider sacrificing
himself to save the others.
After the events at the hospital, the brothers have no idea where the demon
that killed their mother is hiding. While biding their time trying to come
up with an idea, they investigate murders committed by a killer clown.
Sam and Dean encounter a vampire hunter whose obsession may get them all
Play With Dead Things
Dean and Sam investigate the death of a young college student who died in
a car accident, but whose grave is now surrounded by a circle of dead plants.
Sam and Dean meet Andy Gallagher, a slacker with psychic powers of persuasion.
Once the brothers learn that Andy's family was visited by the Demon, Sam
wonders if he could be one of the special children.
Sam and Dean investigate the slayings of blonde women and find that the
ghost of the first known serial killer in US history is responsible. Jo
disobeys Ellen's wishes and follows them along, and is captured by the ghost.
The Usual Suspects
Sam and Dean investigate the murder of a lawyer and his wife, who claimed
to have seen a ghost before they were killed. However, local authorities
arrest the Winchesters after looking into their past.
Dean calls a demon to make a deal to save a man named Evan Hudson, in exchange
for himself. While making the deal, the demon confronts Dean's worst nightmare
about their dad.
Sam has a vision of Dean shooting a defenceless man, and they go to the
town of River Grove, where they find the townspeople have been possessed
by a virus that makes them violent.
Sam meets a woman who shares his ability to have visions, and she warns
him that she has seen the future... where he dies in an explosion.
After the dramatic
events of the season one finale, can Sam and Dean continue their fight against
evil or will the demon that is hounding them gain the upper hand?
Pursuing the Demon
that took the lives of their mother and Sam's girlfriend, has taken its
toll on Sam and Dean Winchester and this is going to stop during the second
season. 'Supernatural' is seen as the natural successor to the hit shows
of the genre 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer', 'Angel' and 'Charmed' but there
is something that makes show standout from their illustrious predecessors.
Series creator Eric Kripke and his creative team have taken a very serious
approach to the genre, concentrating more on the horror and supernatural
elements than anything else.
Were 'Buffy the
Vampire Slayer', 'Angel' and 'Charmed' were ensemble cast shows, 'Supernatural'
is just about the relationship between Sam and Dean and their fight against
the darkness. With a continuing storyline, the pursuit of the Demon, punched
by standalone 'hunts' that sees the boys face vampires, reapers and darkest
monsters that hell can throw at them. They travel around the country, investigating
mysterious murders and hunting down the entities or creatures responsible.
Each of them brings their own unique skills to the hunt. Dean has been trained
by his father to be the ultimate hunter and he is extremely skilled with
weapons and deadly in a fight. Sam has come late into the game, driven by
the death of his girlfriend but he brings the brains to the group. This
combination makes Sam and Dean a formidable team and one that has the demonic
of Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles are key to the success of the series.
Jared Padalecki's Sam is still really learning his trade, taking on the
family business but he discovered that he has more to offer than he thought
he ever would. During the first and more prominently in the beginning of
the second season, Sam discovers that he has a connection to the same Demon
that he is hunting and has a gift, he has visions of the future. Jensen
Ackles' Dean, has lost his focus after the events of first season and the
dramatic begins of the second. Not up for the fight, this change gives Ackles
the chance to explore a different side to the character and open him to
new emotions and approaches to the once focused Dean. It is how the pair
works together that makes the show so watchable.
The first half of
the second season introduces us to the main emphasis of the continuing storyline.
For each episode there is an undercurrent that something big is coming and
that Sam is going to be in the middle of it. As his powers become more advanced,
it is the fact that they start to discover there are other people like Sam,
who have been touched by the Demon. We also have Dean's loss of passion
for the hunt, even say that they should work away from their work altogether.
The darkness and the fear factor have also been upped, providing some genuinely
creepy television that is intermixed with some great action.
The second season
of 'Supernatural' has definitely started with a bang, from the dramatic
opening and on to setting up the running story for this new season. With
the introduction of the Roadhouse and the reoccurring threat from the Demon,
this season is shaping up to be even better than the first.
Presented in Anamorphic
Widescreen 16x9 with Dolby Digital 5.1, the series looks great.
The episodes 'In my time of dying', 'Everyone loves a Clown', 'Bloodlust',
'The Usual Suspects', 'Playthings' and 'Hunted' include extra, unaired scenes.
With only some unaired
scenes extending some of the episodes, the lack of bonus features will disappoint
fans of the show. The decision to release the season in two parts is also
annoying as well, as most, if not all fans would prefer to have the full
season in one package.
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