The Walking Dead: Season 4 [Limited Edition] [5 Discs] [Includes Digital Copy] [UltraViolet] [Blu-ray]

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99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1029 out of 1044)

Cast & Crew


  • Andrew Lincoln - Rick Grimes
  • Laurie Holden - Andrea
  • Steven Yeun - Glenn
  • Chandler Riggs - Carl Grimes
  • Norman Reedus - Daryl Dixon




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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The BEST Show!

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    ST36L7H1
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    Robert Kirkman sure did shake the industry with his excellent graphic novels and executing it perfectly to a TV show, make that two TV shows! I love how there's nothing tacky or phony about it, it feels so dark and serious which i love! 2 guns up for Robert Kirkman and pulling off the "infected/dead/zombie" genre, i hope it lasts as long as it can! When is the last time you cried during a zombie movie? Honestly, AMC's new series "The Walking Dead" (based upon the successful cultish graphic novel series) is, after Breaking Bad and Mad Men, their third show poised to be a remarkable and heavily awarded television series. Graphic in its gore content and violence, the pilot nonetheless presented a plausible and terrifying "end of the world" tale that is surprisingly personal with moments of great poignancy. The central character, Georgia Deputy Sheriff Rick Grimes, is shot nearly fatally spending a long (unknown) amount of time lying in a coma, awakening from it and, barefoot and clad only in his hospital gown, stumbles through and emerges out of the hospital to discover a world devastated by some mysterious catylcismic event; a world nearly devoid of life. Once again a fairly unknown British actor takes the lead in an American television series, but having watched Andrew Lincoln as Rick in this series, I fully believe the guy was made for the role (or the other way 'round). For nearly 70 minutes, Lincoln's Rick is mostly on his own, but his face - a magnificent mirror registering every emotion from self doubt, fear, grief, utter despair but also the hope of finding his wife and boy. Lincoln's is a tremendous performance of made all the more remarkable considering the genre and thus a rare opportunity for subtlety and introspection. Rick's interactions with another father and son who capture, but ultimately rescue and aid his return to health, has a deep resonance in a world where men are considered stulted in understanding or expressing their emotions (a topic which is introduced nicely in the shows opening scene with Rick and fellow officer Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal). If you love zombies (and who doesn't?) this new series is a must see. I honestly was blown away after the premiere, powerfully moved and properly scared to death!

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    The First Truly Bad Season

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    Screamz
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    “The Walking Dead: Season 4” is the first season to truly stumble and nearly fall flat on its face. After a rather dismal finale of Season 3, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his band of survivors think they’re finally safe, ready to make peaceful lives in their prison sanctuary. The Governor, though, isn’t ready to leave things be and decides to bring all-out war to Rick. Rick and Co. are forced to flee, separating everyone into much smaller, more dangerous groups. Season 4 loses its way halfway through after the prison siege. The writers clearly had no idea what to do with an entire half of a season, so we’re treated to episode after episode – and I’m not kidding here – of Rick and our various heroes walking down railroad tracks and talking quietly. Sure, there’s an occasional scuffle with Walkers, but it’s not enough to save this season from sheer boredom. The finale, however, does pick things up a bit and will make you check out at least the first episode of Season 5, if only out of curiosity with the predicament our heroes find themselves. Do I even need to tell you that the blu-ray is packed with features? No. No I don’t, but I’m going to, anyway. Commentaries, deleted scenes, making-ofs are all here. But not only that, we actually get extended episodes this time ‘round. Three of them to be exact. It’s too bad they come in such a dismal season. Fans of “The Walking Dead” (like me) will probably stick through the sluggish second half of the season in hopes of it picking up and becoming the great show it once was. Others will simply tune out and move on.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Action Packed Season w/ Extras & Tree Walker

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    Kolbey
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    I've began collecting the Collector's Edition Blu-ray seasons since Season 3 of TWD. The fish tank of Season 3 was awesome. The tree walker of Season 4 is even more awesome! Unboxing was real easy. Everything is there in front of you. Onto the contents: The actual Blu-rays: Like previous Collectors' Editions they're in the special tri-fold case. The artwork on the discs and the case is phenomenal. I caught myself looking at it for several minutes. The tree walker: The detail on the zombie itself, the tree and the shrubs that even move is fantastic. I was genuinely shocked at the quality of the piece and how realistic it looks. I love it. THE BEST PART. I noticed there were joints on the head and arm that enables them to rotate. The head rotates left to right and the arm moves up and down. I was playing with it, looking for a switch around the piece and was disappointed when I couldn't find one. THEN, I inserted the discs in the holder behind the zombie and realized the switch is within the case holder. When you put the discs in the holder, the head moves and the arm reaches out towards you. It actually scared me at first. When you take the discs out, the arm falls down and the head looks away from you. It was beyond cool. Overall, I'm exceptionally pleased with my purchase. I feel it's worth the extra $20 to get the Collector's Edition if you're a big enough fan. The money spent on this item was worth it and I'm sure to make other fans jealous when they see my "Tree Walker" Season 4 Collector's Edition!

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    great for the price

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    sexynemesis
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    The fourth season of The Walking Dead finds Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) desperate to rediscover his own humanity and preserve what he can of his son Carl's (Chandler Riggs) childhood through reinventing himself as a farmer while a counsel including Carol (Melissa McBride) and Daryl (Norman Reedus) in addition to several Woodbury ex-pats take on leadership roles. His newfound sense of peace is quickly derailed, however, when a mysterious illness begins to decimate the community. Elsewhere, the disgraced Governor (David Morrissey) roams the apocalyptic streets on his own until happening upon a family of survivors who reignite both his will to survive and take revenge against Rick, who he blames for the loss of Woodbury. Following a massacre at the prison, the group is splintered into several factions, none of whom can be sure about the fates of the others, and forced to find shelter among a population of survivors that can pose as much and often more of a threat than the walkers themselves. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Back to what made the series great

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    Ubernooby
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    After a meandering season three, season four gets The Walking Dead back to its roots. I'd imagine the biggest challenge in crafting an extended story with such a one-trick protagonist would be striking balance between gory action and character development, and season four hits just about the right mix. It starts slowly, but the intensity builds as the season progresses, and throws in a few curveballs for good measure. A lot of people have recently complained that The Walking Dead has become stale over the past four-and-a-half seasons, but it was never *just* a show about people killing zombies. At its core, it's more Romero than 28 Days Later - it is about characters, and their motivations that have been built upon prior tragedies and triumphs, just as in any well-written dramatic narrative. If you loved the first and second seasons, but started to drift away during season three, season four rights the ship.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Redemption

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    Wizard
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    I must admit, this episode was not as action packed as some have come to expect. However, we get to take a dive into the split personality of the Governor. Redemption is beyond his grasp and all we can do is wonder what this man driven insane will attempt next. He is the wild card of the series. To call him a loose canon is an understatement. I enjoyed revisiting the character and can't wait to see how it unfolds. I should also note that you should take the negative reviews with a grain of salt. Some people want action 24/7 but this series was never about being action oriented all the time. The quieter times in the series help to create a dynamic experience like the calm before the storm. That way, when the action does occur, it is all the more enjoyable.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A great show continues

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    coachtim
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    The Walking Dead franchise is alive and well as it moves through its 4th season. As Rick and his band fight for some sense of normalcy inside the prison, the Governor convinces a new band of followers to take out Rick and company. As with all of the other seasons, Season 4 presents viewers with many plot twists and surprises (and another unfortunate trend of killing off a main character is continued too) and the introduction of a lot of new characters. The Governor's attack on the prison is one of the best episodes in the entire series. As Rick and his scattered band attempt to reunite, they all eventually hear of a sanctuary known only as "Terminus" that they all move toward. This show is truly a classic. The only disappointment viewers experience with this series is when a season ends.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Walking Dead Season 4

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    Walkindeadfan
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    The Walking Dead Season 4 continues the journey of Rick, Michonne, Daryl and the rest of the merry band of survivors of the zombie apocalypse. The seasons journey begins with our group living out a somewhat comfortable(by apocalypse standards) existence behind the walls and fences of the shows most impressive set design(the prison) when a new threat emerges, threatening everything the group has gained through hard work, perseverance and a unified front. Things go from bad to worse and soon their very survival depends on their ability to adapt to their surroundings and sole reliance on each other. Season 4 furthers the shows creative stride, albeit a bit slow in its second half(last 8) Highly recommended.

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