DittyDotDot August 3, 2014 Share August 3, 2014 (edited) Sam and Dean investigate the haunting of the set of a horror movie. _______________________________________________________________ This is another episode I adore. A good old fashioned ghost hunt with old fashioned Hollywood horror as the backdrop and a Johnny Ramone shout out...what is there not to like. Something special seemed to happen when Phil Scgriccia directed one of Edlund's scripts. These episodes always stand apart for me somehow...I think Scgriccia somehow get's Edlund in a way that other directors didn't. The only thing that tarnishes this episode a smidgen, for me, in hindsight is that I've gotten a little tired of the meta lately--it still shines quite brightly, however, IMO. Anyway, I love that Dean just wants to take a vacation--mostly because I feel like they really needed one by this point in the season--and it also seems fitting that Sam would want to just work. I always love how Dean seems to fit in anywhere, he's such a chameleon sometimes--it's also what makes him a good con man, too. I also find it endearing that he starts out thinking being a PA sucks, but then decides he likes being part of the team. I also love Sam's befuddlement at Dean--I especially like the scene where Sam's trying to talk about the case and Dean keeps talking on the radio and Sam can't figure out what's going on. Some good one-liners come from this episode: Bite your tongue heathen; I needed a little jazz on the page; You're one hell of a PA; and more. That preview for the movie and the other movie posters were pretty awesome, too. Oh yeah, and have I mentioned that I never, ever tire of seeing them dig up a corpse; salt and burn the corpse? Well, I don't. Edited August 3, 2014 by DittyDotDot 3 Link to comment
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