Supernatural Season 5 DVD Review

“It’s not jumping the shark if you never come back down.” My favorite line from Season 5 of Supernatural. It’s no secret the love I have for this series. Since episode 1, 6 years ago – I’ve been in love with the world the writers have created for Sam and Dean. And though, in my opinion, this series is now a completely different series than it was in the beginning, it’s still some of the best television on the air. When Season 1 started, it was all about fighting the supernatural – ghosts, monsters, vampires, and other creatures that go bump in the night. However, we saw a shift in the tone of the series when Season 4 started. The first episode of that season left many of us with our mouths agape and our minds full of wonder. I still remember that exact moment when Castiel’s wings spread out behind him – and my reaction being “HOLY CRAP.” Since that moment, the series has progressed from angels and demons to the actual Apocalypse. Taking on the Four Horsemen and Lucifer himself, Season 5 takes the series to a new epic level. Sam and Dean are the chosen ones, and Lucifer must take over Sam’s body where as the Archangel Michael must take over Dean’s. A final fight between brothers to determine the faith of the world. Sam and Dean aren’t exactly on board with this, and spend most of the season trying to find a way to stop what is ultimately inevitable. The boys aren’t alone though. Castiel, the fallen angel (and the always reliable (yet unintentional) comic relief), is beside them to help them fight the battle to end all battles. Last year, when I spoke with the writers and creator Eric Kripke, I was told that Season 5 was something they were having a blast writing....

Supernatural Season 4 DVD Review

WB sent us over an advanced copy of the review to check out… and we highly recommend it. Check out our review below! ———— Supernatural: Season 4 Review: Next to Season One, this was hands down my favorite season. The series took a completely different turn then I think any of the fans expected, and I know that for me personally – the episode that Castiel (Misha Collins) first appeared in – literally gave me chills. Supernatural has always been a strong show – strong acting and amazing writing have made it into one of the best series on television in my opinion. This latest season was no exception. At the end of Season Three, Dean (Jensen Ackles) is sent to hell. It was the price he had to pay to save Sam (Jared Padalecki), his brother, at the end of Season 2. But we all know that you can’t have Supernatural without both of the Winchester boys – so of course he comes back. In fact, he is literally pulled out of hell by Castiel who has some pretty big plans for the older brother. Sam, on the other hand, tried everything to save his brother. When nothing seemed to work, he ended up going down a very dark path that lead him to a demon blood addiction. The blood was supplied by a demon who had always seemed to be the boys’ ally, Ruby. The character development alone in this season is extremely impressive – being able to see what Dean’s time in hell did to not only Dean and how he acts – but also to Sam and his new habits is extremely interesting for the viewer. The brothers reunite early on, and continue their quest to help save people from the supernatural. There’s a decent amount of comedy in this season in episodes that if...

Season 4 DVD Cover?

No official announcement yet, but this picture is starting to float around.

Season 3 DVD Coverart

Rumored Season 3 DVD Coverart. I don’t know about you guys, but I like it!