Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) prepare for what may be the toughest fight of their lives when Castiel (Misha Collins) accidentally releases the seemingly unstoppable Leviathans. Bent on enslaving (and then eating) all of humanity, it's up to the Winchester brothers, Bobby (Robert Singer), and Cas to save the population from total digestion.
Blu-ray Exclusive - Interactive Featurette Supernatural Creature Fest Drive-in
A Series of new short films pay homage to the '50s and '60s horror film genre
3 Episode Commentaries
Directing the Supernatural 7 Directors discuss the opportunities and challenges of directing Supernatural
Washboards & Tommy Guns: Scoring Time After Time After Time - Composers discuss their work on the film noir homage episode Time After Time After Time
Jensen Sings Outtake The Unused fuller version of Jensen crooning Air Supply's "I'm All Out Love"
Jared PadaleckiSam Winchester
Jensen AcklesDean Winchester
David NutterExecutive Producer
Peter JohnsonExecutive Producer
Kripke EnterprisesProduction Company
Warner Bros. TelevisionProduction Company
Wonderland Sound and VisionProduction Company
Supernatural FilmsProduction Company
Chase/Road Show [TV],Prime-Time Drama [TV],Supernatural Thriller
4 Discs, Blu-ray
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
Warner Home Video
Creepy, Humorous, Macabre
Supernatural: The Complete Seventh Season [4 Discs] [Blu-ray]
I've been following Supernatural regularly since I took a chance and bought Season 1 based on the writeup of the DVD box alone. It was money well spent...though I may have lost my wife to those two "pretty boys."
Season 7 doesn't disappoint either. To me, the best part of the show is the chemistry between the two lead actors. They are just fun to watch together...when they give the angst a rest for a second and let the feel of the first few seasons back in for a bit.
My only complaint, if you can call it that, is that I wish the writers would lay off of the "Big Bad Devouring the World" theme for a season or two. I like far reaching plots, but after Yellow-Eyed Demon, Lilith, Lucifer, Someone I'm forgetting, Michael and the released inmates of Purgatory...I'm ready to get back to the boys hunting interesting "monsters of the week" cases. They touched on that a bit in Season 7 which I was happy to see.
Oh...I don't usually watch a lot of the DVD bonus material, but you have to watch the extended-short of Dean singing in the car. Absolutely hilarious and it looks like the actors were having a lot of fun...which I think makes for a better show.
I really, really like this TV show, from writing to witty set dressing and editing. Since the show seems to move it's airing time and day so often, I usually miss at least a couple of episodes each year. It's a relief to know I can view ALL the episodes whenever I want. Collections like this are perfect for me. And watching them on my Insignia 39" or 42" flat screen TV's just adds to the experience! Love the DVD's and love the TV's as well.
Supernatural has been voted one of the great shows on T.V. today and it's all true. The acting is extremely good in this show. The writing is original and exciting. The one bad thing about this show if anything is the losing of it's characters. I know with this type of show it comes with the business though. I hope this show lasts like Smallville or even better than 10 seasons.