DVD: Supernatural: Season 4 (15)
Friday 20 November 2009
The boys from the dark side are not only decking demons but, God forbid, kicking angel ass through season 4 of Supernatural.
The Winchester bros zap zombies, grill ghouls and toast any spectral incarnations that stand in their way as they career across the country in the road movie from, well, Hell. There's coffin loads of cars, guns, knives, babes, all lathered in testosterone. It's The Dukes of Hazzard meets Ghostbusters on acid. Jensen Ackles as Dean and Jared Padalecki as Sam face a lexicon of Lucifer's lackeys to stave-off the Apocalypse. And there's big bro' on bro' action as the Winchesters square off against each other, too. The acting's corny as Kansas, no matter, this is immensely watchable tosh.
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