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Support Supernatural is excited to help get the word out about a very unique, very cool and very philanthropic Supernatural convention coming to the Seattle area in 2016! (Tentative dates: May 14th and 15th, 2016.) The founder is raising money to produce the event here.
In short, the convention is described as “Here to make all your wishes come true — A convention dedicated to the ladies of Supernatural.” This is a for-fans, by-fans project, so as a fellow fan site, we’re very excited about this!
From the Ladies of SPN Facebook page: “We want to have a conversation about the roles of women on Supernatural and support female characters in hopes that they can find their way to stronger and longer story lines. We all desire positive change in the media as a whole. This is a change we hope “Ladies of SPN” can garner.”
From the Ladies of SPN fundraising page: “We want the opportunity to talk to all these amazing female actresses: to ask them about their characters, why they chose to play them, how they approached the roles, how they felt about the way the characters ended up, what they hoped to accomplish. Going even further, I found myself wanting to ask questions of the female crew involved with the show as well: what brought them into Supernatural, what kept them there, what they loved about their roles in making the show come alive on screen, what they hoped would improve. In short, we wanted to open a dialogue, not only with the cast and crew of the show we’ve spent the last 10 years fully engrossed in, but with the fan community as a whole. We wanted to give people the opportunity they so obviously craved.
With all this said, there is a lot of work ahead. We’ve spoken with at least a dozen past and recent actresses, all of whom are eager and anticipating us giving them set-in-stone information. Academic types and crew are also on standby. People have assembled to make this happen and are just as driven as we are. This is going to happen if it’s the last thing we do. Let’s all unite to take this idea and see it flourish. Our favorite female actresses and industry ladies need our support! Tweet about it, tumble about it, tell your Facebook friends and your coworkers!”
The money raised with their IndieGoGo campaign will cover the cost of attaining the space, hiring any professional staff for security and tech, as well as paying to get the talent here. Any and all remaining funds raised will be donated to the charities the talent supports, such as:
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Contains All 23 Episodes From Season 10, Plus Bonus Content
Including 6 New Featurettes, Commentaries, Deleted Scenes,
A Gag Reel, And More!
The Adventure Continues On Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD
September 8, 2015
What can you expect when embracing your bad self is the only option? Find out as the thrilling journey of the Winchester brothers continues when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases the tenth season of Supernaturalon Blu-rayTM, DVD and Digital HD on September 8, 2015. Supernatural: The Complete Tenth Season contains all 23 gripping episodes from season ten and is packed with over four hours of bonus content – including featurettes, commentaries, a Comic-Con panel, deleted scenes, and a gag reel. Supernatural: The Complete Tenth Season is priced to own at $49.99 SRP on DVD and $54.97 SRP on Blu-ray.
After Dean Winchester lost his battle with power-mad angel scribe Metatron last season, he was resurrected by the power of the First Blade and transformed into a demon, cursed with the Mark of Cain. The road to recovering wayward Dean takes brother Sam down sinister paths himself, with consequences that will shake the boys to their core. The Winchesters’ angelic comrade-in-arms Castiel must pick up the pieces in the aftermath of Metatron’s campaign to overtake Heaven. With his divine “grace” failing and rogue angels still loose, Cass faces the ticking clock of his own mortality while all-new and ages-old threats again push our heroes to their human and otherworldly limits. At the same time, the King of Hell, Crowley, must deal with dissension within his own twisted family. Supernatural: The Complete Tenth Season will unleash your inner demon and hold you spellbound.
Airing Wednesdays at 9/8c on The CW, Supernatural stars Jared Padalecki (Friday the 13th, Gilmore Girls) and Jensen Ackles (Smallville, My Bloody Valentine) as Sam and Dean Winchester, in addition to Misha Collins (24, Girl Interrupted) as Castiel and Mark A. Sheppard (In the Name of the Father, White Collar) as Crowley. Created by Eric Kripke (Revolution), the tenth season of the hit series was executive produced by Robert Singer (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Jeremy Carver (Being Human), Phil Sgriccia (Smallville) and Adam Glass (Cold Case). Produced by Wonderland Sound and Vision in association with Warner Bros. Television, Supernatural returns for its eleventh season this fall on The CW.
With Blu-ray’s unsurpassed picture and sound, Supernatural: The Complete Tenth Season will be released in 1080p Full HD Video with DTS-HD Master Audio for English 5.1.
BLU-RAY, DVD and Digital HD FEATURES
· A Very Special Supernatural Special
· Supernatural Theatre: Staging The 200th Episode
· The Winchester Mythology: Battling the Mark and The Blade
· Supernatural Fans
· Supernatural at Comic-Con 2014
· 3 Audio Commentaries
· Deleted Scenes
· Gag Reel
3. Soul Survivor
4. Paper Moon
5. Fan Fiction
6. Ask Jeeves
7. Girls, Girls, Girls
8. Hibbing 911
9. The Things We Left Behind
10. The Hunter Games
11. There’s No Place Like Home
12. About a Boy
13. Halt & Catch Fire
14. The Executioner’s Song
15. The Things They Carried
16. Paint it Black
17. Inside Man
18. Book of the Damned
19. The Werther Project
20. Angel Heart
21. Dark Dynasty
22. The Prisoner
23. Brother’s Keeper
Street Date: September 8, 2015
Presented in 16 x 9 widescreen format
Running Time: Feature: Approx 1012 min /Enhanced Content: Approx 259 min.
Price: $49.99 SRP / NO MAP
Audio – English (5.1), Portuguese
Subtitles – ESDH, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Thai
Catalog # 1000525941
UPC # 883929444045
Price: $54.97 SRP / NO MAP
1080p Full HD Video, DTS-HD Master
Audio 5.1 – English (5.1), Portuguese
Subtitles – ESDH, French, Spanish, Portuguese
Catalog # 1000527178
UPC # 883929445455
#SPNfamily, come watch the sure-to-be heartbreaking Season 10 finale of Supernatural, entitled “My Brother’s Keeper” on Wednesday, May 20th at 8pm!
Blackfinn Ameripub in Royal Oak, Michigan will have a big screen TV and 3 flat screen TVs in a private room just for us! They will have a cash bar, featuring our favorite Supernatural drinks. They are also providing some FREE margherita flatbreads!
There will be door prizes too, courtesy of:
Bring a friend…and tissues! It is supposed to be a tear jerker!
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Cuthbert Sinclair is one creepy dude; that is one of the things I learned from last night’s episode. Another thing I learned is that Sam Winchester is sneaky but awesome and that the brothers are better together.
I’m unsure whether I enjoyed the episode as much as last weeks. It was one of those episodes that are there to move the main plotline forward and there was a lot going on. It was interesting to learn that Rowena can’t translate ‘The Book of the Damned’ without its codex and it was also unsurprising to find out that she wants the book for a totally different reason (even though we don’t yet know what that is). Her terms are pretty frightening though – she wants Sam to kill her son and Sam has agreed (I can’t see that happening somehow). I’m still not sure what Rowena’s endgame is and I’m still a tad unsure about the character. I have to admit she was less annoying and clichéd in this episode and she is starting to interest me a little.
Flashbacks are always a little unsettling and this one went back to the seventies (the decade style forgot). It was quite disturbing to see Suzie’s family commit suicide in increasingly gory ways and I have to admit I looked away when her mother cut her own throat. Another flashback in the episode had us revisiting the Men of Letters and it appears that they found Cuthbert as creepy and as disconcerting as I do! It is clear that Cuthbert was something of an eccentric genius who clearly had no conscience when it came to spells and the like. His deadly alarm system was certainly enough to protect the box but it caused a lot more harm than it did good.
The theme of suicide ran through the entire episode and I’m not sure if I liked that or not. Cuthbert’s spell affected everyone who tried to open the box and watching both Sam and Dean hallucinate was quite distressing. While I’m on that subject how many times has Sam lost blood from wounds on his arms? He was drained by ghouls in Jump the Shark, drained again by vampires in Alex Annie Alexis Ann. Although this time the wounds were self-inflicted Sam still lost a lot of blood. Surely he should have gone to the ER for a transfusion. Sam might have once been affected by demon blood but he doesn’t appear to have a lot of blood left in his body and I often fear for his health!
How good was it to see Benny again? I really miss that character and I wish that the writers had found some way to keep him. I love Ty Olsson and his portrayal of the old fashioned southern blood sucker is spot on. How horrible though to see Dean tied up and ‘out of it.’ Jensen’s acting was fantastic and really hair-raising. Watching Dean stare into space and break glass bottles ready to off himself was awful and Jensen really, really sold it to me. What a relief when he managed to snap himself out of it and just in time to save poor old Sam as well.
Even though Sam is still keeping secrets from Dean is was good to see the brothers working together and to hear Dean declare that they worked better as a team. Dean knows that Sam is concerned about him going rogue and he is still trying to hold in the power of the mark. After watching him kill all those vampires single handed it is obvious he isn’t coping too well with containing the mark’s influence. Every time something like that happens it makes Sam realise how bad Dean is getting and it drives Sam on to do more and more reckless things. Neither brother is particularly sane at the moment and watching them fall apart is one of the things that Supernatural fans enjoy (in a sick sort of way!)
It was awesome to see that Sam doesn’t actually trust Rowena and I almost cheered when he chained her up. He clearly knows she has a different end game to him but he isn’t giving up just yet. He has the book and he has the codex and it is just a matter of time before he has a way to remove the mark from Dean (or is it?)
So was The Werther Project a good episode? Well yes and no to be honest. It was interesting and it moved the plot along but it was also very dark and a tad disturbing. It wasn’t an episode that I enjoyed but it did hold my interest and it was extremely hard to tear myself away from it. I also found myself thinking about it long after it had ended. A very weird episode that made me feel distinctly uneasy.
I still have no idea where we are heading; Sam is clearly becoming as reckless as Dean in his search for a cure; Rowena is Sam’s prisoner and Crowley has a price on his head. Castiel is still around and he has his grace back and there is the spectre of Metatron lurking in the background. Things are coming to a head and it is clear that, as usual, nothing will come easy to the Winchester brothers.
Only four more episodes to go – I’m not sure I can stand the tension – can you?