Blu-Ray Review: SONS OF ANARCHY Season 4
Now out on Blu-Ray/DVD is one of the most intense seasons of TV that I’ve ever season. SONS OF ANARCHY Season 4, which follows SAMCRO as they fall apart from the inside out, and Jax takes his rightful seat at the head of the table. The show picks up more than year after Season 3 ended, with the gang finishing out their prison sentences, about to come home. A new sheriff in town causes trouble for them almost instantly, and a new (an unknown) nemesis in the form of Ray McKinnon’s amazing Linc Potter has them trying to keep their gun running business under wraps, all the while trying to patch up the fractures that are breaking them apart. Opie’s internal struggle continues, and as he realizes just what Clay will do to stay in power, he turns his back on the club, while Juice is left dealing with a new threat, and life as a rat.
The show is one of the best on TV, and the Season 4 Blu-Ray is worth watching and rewatching a million times over. This is a great set, and definitely worthy of being added to your collection!
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- All 14 episodes of Season 4 (656 minute run time)
- Widescreen 1.78:1
- Audio: English 5.1 DTS-HD MA 5.1
- English SDH, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Chinese subtitles
- SOA Gear – gives you a chance for a Second Screen experience after syncing the free SOA app to your phone or tablet!
- Deleted Scenes – some feel like they should have been in the episodes; others make sense why they were removed!
- Extended Scenes from “Dorylus,” “Brick,” “Family Recipe,” “Kiss”
- Commentary on “Hands” with Peter Weller
- Commentary on “Hands” with Kurt Sutter, Katey Sagal, Maggie Siff
- Commentary on “Out” with Paris Barclay, Kurt Sutter, Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman
- Commentary on “To Be – Act 1” with Kurt Sutter, Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman, Mark Boone, Jr., Dayton Callie, Theo Rossi, Kim Coates, Tommy Flanagan, Ryan Hurst
- Commentary on “To Be – Act 2” with Kurt Sutter, Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman, Mark Boone, Jr., Dayton Callie, Theo Rossi, Kim Coates, Tommy Flanagan, Ryan Hurst
- Gag Reel – Always the best on shows like this because it’s so intense, it’s nice to see them break a bit here and there!
- Farewell Piney – This is a nice look back on Piney, as the cast and crew discuss him and his unfortunate demise!
- Anarchy at House of Blues – Great footage from the benefit concert to raise money for John O’Brien’s family. Katey Sagal sings Bird on a Wire, and the theme song is heard performed live!
- The Fans of Anarchy – Kurt Sutter had flown two fans out to meet the cast and crew last year for the season premiere, and they talk about the show and social media in this piece!