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Dexter: Season 4 (4 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Released on 29 November 2010

Featuring: Michael C. Hall, Julie Benz & Jennifer Carpenter

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years & over

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Dexter's back and now he's one killer dad!

The Fourth Season brings not just one, but two new arrivals - a baby, and The Trinity Killer! The groundbreaking and critically acclaimed original series from Showtime, starring Golden Globe winner Michael C. Hall, returns on DVD with all 12 thrilling and riveting episodes. America's favourite serial killer has gone from freewheeling bachelor to responsible husband and doting dad. Maintaining an average-guy facade while satisfying his need to kill has never been easy. But now, with wife and kids in tow, Dexter's got more to lose than ever, as he gets drawn into a deadly game with a killer every bit as dangerous - and conflicted - as he is.

Episodes Comprise:

1. Living the Dream
2. Remains to Be Seen
3. Blinded By the Light
4. Dex Takes a Holiday
5. Dirty Harry
6. If I Had a Hammer
7. Slack Tide
8. Road Kill
9. Hungry Man
10. Lost Boys
11. Hello, Dexter Morgan
12. The Getaway
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

  • Dexter: A Sitdown With Michael C. Hall and John Lithgow
  • Blood, Guts and Body Parts: The Blood
  • Blood, Guts and Body Parts: The Props
  • Tracking Trinity
  • Crashes, Smashes, & Splashes: The Effects (Easter egg @ at the end of 'Tracking Trinity')
  • Cast & Crew Interviews
  • Episode 412 Commentary

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 Now this is television!

| | See all Joshd18211's reviews (17)

For me, 'Dexter' is the best show on TV. As of right now there isn't a show that comes close to its character dynamics, its plot complexities, and its out-right thrilling reveals. By now you should know who 'Dexter' is, what he does, and why this show is so damn good. I'll skip over the whole back story of Dexter's serial killer history, because if you're into the fourth season you should know what has happened until now and what to expect. I realize many people wait until the Blu-rays come out to watch their favourite shows, so I won't spoil (much) of season four. Just so you're aware though, I may just spoil things from seasons one through three, which serves you right if you haven't gotten in on this show by now.
Not only is 'Dexter' the best show on television, season four was the best season so far. It was absolutely killer (pun intended).

Dexter finds himself struggling with family life. Most shows head off the rails when pregnancy and babies are introduced, but not this one. The entire show is focused around how Dexter is able to deal with real-life situations while being a monster inside. How does someone who kills people in his spare time handle a baby? What does he tell that baby? How does he raise it? Is he afraid it will grow up to be like him? What a perfect twist on a plot line that has been used over and over in TV shows.
While battling with his family and sleep deprivation from sleepless nights of baby crying, Dexter also has to worry about his sister Deb and her screwed up life. Besides Dexter, Deb is the most complicated character on the show, watching her grow and learn can be frustrating at times, but we understand she's a rock in Dexter's life. She keeps him grounded. Rita (his wife) has, for the first few seasons, been used more as a mask more or less by Dexter in order to seem normal. It's Deb who really gives Dexter someone to care for, so when her life is so screwed up with her unhealthy relationships, Dexter finds himself trying to protect her.
Finally, let's talk about the reason this season is some of the best TV I've watched in years. Two words: John Lithgow. Lithgow plays the Trinity Killer, another serial killer foe for Dexter to face. Although, Trinity is like no other villain you've ever witnessed. Lithgow is creepiness personified. Each time he's on screen he makes your skin crawl. It's an awesomely grotesque performance.
Once Dexter comes in contact with Trinity, the scenes are electric. Who's going to give first? Who's going to come out on top? This was the first time in a long while where I honestly had no idea what was going to happen in a TV show. Usually you know that your protagonist is safe and sound and will live to fight again another day, here I was never quite sure. The writing in season four keeps you on your toes.
If you haven't seen Dexter - you shouldn't really have read this review - you need to get with it, because you're missing some fine television. Michael C. Hall ('Six Feet Under') is brilliant as the ever confused and evolving Dexter, but John Lithgow is the real treat in this season. You'd never know he played High Commander Dick Solomon on '3rd Rock from the Sun.' After playing Trinity, it's hard to imagine him as anyone else.
This season's got twists and turns aplenty, but the character development here is unrivalled by any other series. Even the side characters perform their tasks perfectly by creating a world around Dexter that seems to be closing in. The real question is, will Dexter get caught? It seems imminent the longer the show goes on.
Like I said, I can't say enough good things about this series, and this season is the best so far. So what are you waiting for, go watch it already!

 The best season of Dexter yet

| | See all Reddie's reviews (15)

Superb performances all round, an ending so good that I really want to avoid spoiling it. After the dissapointment of season 3 this was a true return to form.

 FANTASTIC SERIES

| | See all Wozzle101's reviews (2)

Best series so far for me. Shows the evolution of the character with a fantastic story. Ignore the review giving it 1* this is great stuff.

 I love Dexter... but...

| | See all Orakaa's reviews (15)

First of all, I am a die-hard fan of Dexter and CAN'T WAIT for the seasons 1 & 2 to be FINALLY released on blu-ray (what are they waiting for ? especially since the US blu-rays are zone-protected).

But starting with season 3, the quality of this show has started to go down ("dexter's got a friend", "dexter's got a baby", etc. the character feels like a teenager, goofing around all the time). Not only the overall quality of art direction has started to become below average (where it was really outstanding in seasons 1 & 2) but the overall storylines are uninspired at best, and totally boring and ridiculous most of the time (Rita who keep spending her time yelling at Dexter as if he was a 3 year old child, cheesy dialogs, etc.).
Don't expect to get the same thrills and tensions you had with the "ice truck killer" in S01 or "Doake's hunt" in S02.

Season 4 was a little bit better than the season 3, but not by much (and it is DEFINITELY not the best season of this show). Having seen Season 5, I would recommend it as it has gotten at least bearable to watch, but again, it is nowhere near the 2 first seasons.

 Best season by far

| | See all smutek's reviews (2)

John Lithgow was awesome in this season. The best baddy out of all 6 seasons.
The first reviewer, I have no words to describe how incorrect you are.
Buy this now, you wont regret it.

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ActorsMichael C. Hall, Julie Benz, Jennifer Carpenter, Lauren Vélez, David Zayas, James Remar, C.S. Lee, Christina Robinson, Daniel Goldman, Geoffrey Pierson, Devon Graye, Christian Camargo & Mark Pellegrino
Certificate18 years and over
Year2009
ScreenWidescreen 1.78:1
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby TrueHD (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish ; English for the hearing impaired
Closed CaptionsYes
Duration10 hours and 40 minutes (approx)