Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Castle - The Complete Seventh Season

Although the weakest of the show's seven seasons so far, opening with a convoluted storyline to explain Castle (Nathan Fillion) missing his own wedding (a storyline which would rear its ugly head later in the season as well), Season Seven is not without its share of memorable moments. There are that cases that involve an invisible man, a crash test dummy, murder at 30,000 feet, and a mission to Mars, Castle lives out his fantasy as an 80s action star, Beckett (Stana Katic) and Castle head into the Old West to solve a murder, Jerry Tyson (Michael Mosley) returns and abducts Beckett, Castle begins life as a private eye, Linda Park guest-stars as a Hong Kong version of Beckett, and the season finale explains Richard Castle's life-long obsession with death and murder.

The five-disc set includes audio commentary for two episodes by cast and crew, Castle's "Raging Heat" webmercial, a Ryan (Seamus Dever), and Esposito (Jon Huertas) music video, bloopers, and deleted scenes.

[Walt Disney Studios, $45.99]

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