Supernatural Complete Season 1 Box Set DVD

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After the mysterious death of their mother and the disappearance of their father who went looking for the killer two brothers seek out paranormal and supernatural events to seek out a father on the run and the meaning linking to their mother's death. Episodes Comprise: 1. Pilot 2. Wendigo 3. Dead In The Water 4. Phantom Traveler 5. Bloody Mary 6. Skin 7. Hook Man 8. Bugs 9. Home 10. Asylum 11. Scarecrow 12. Faith 13. Route 666 14. Nightmare 15. The Benders 16. Shadow 17. Hell House 18. Something Wicked 19. Provenance 20. Dead Man's Blood 21. Salvation 22. Devil's Trap

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Released
17 April 2019
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Warner Home Video 
Classification
Runtime
895 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
7321900810685 
  • Average Rating for Supernatural Complete Season 1 Box Set - 4 out of 5


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  • Supernatural Complete Season 1 Box Set
    Alan

    Supernatural season 1 is a very good introduction into the world of Sam and Dean and what they do for a living. Supernatural has all the things that make a good TV series it has te perfect storylines for every one of the episodes, a very good cast of characters with some very good guest stars and it also has some really good music. This show is scary but it can be funny at t same time and even has some family drama between te two brothers, their fatherand the reason that they started ther quest to kill te Yellow-Eyed-Demon. The crew has done a really good job with Supernatural including the special effects and the fact that the show is set in a different place every week. Some of the Suprnatural episodes are based on Urban Legends and Folklore including the Legend of Boody Mary, Pagan Gods, Ghosts, Wendigos, Demons, vampires and many more. Supernatural is a show that has sophistication and is up there with the X-Files in terms of the spookyness of the show. If you are looking for something new to watch Supernatural should be that show because it is something that has never been done before.

  • Supernatural Complete Season 1 Box Set
    Alan

    Supernatural is a very well written show which combines good storys and a variety of Urban Legends and Folklore but it also has a good ammount of humour. Supernatural has a very good cast, a very good composition of music and very good special effects. Overall this is a brilliant show and one of the best on TV.

  • Supernatural Complete Season 1 Box Set
    jessica thomson

    Brilliant introduction to the world of Sam and Dean Winchester. Where scary mets sexy.

    Some of the episodes play on childhood folklore such as Bloody Mary, as we all have heard that rumour as kids of the women in the mirror!!!

    Brilliant program for give yourself chills, not ideal if you want to be scared out of your wits, this is not horror more of a thriller with a twist of horror.

    The characters Sam and Dean bring in the humour which makes this a very good comedy meets horror series.

  • Supernatural Complete Season 1 Box Set
    Tonka

    Excellent programme that can be quite creepy and funny at the same time. Buffy The Vampire Slayer PAH!

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