Game of Thrones Season 3: Blu Ray Review
Released by Warner Home Video
A third season of the massive HBO hit Game of Thrones is a thing to be treasured.
This latest has now gained infamy because of the Red Wedding, but there's a little more to the season than one of the most epic surprises on TV since Ned Stark was beheaded in the penultimate episode of season one.
Set on the Lannisters in Kings' Landing and after the battle of the Blackwater, there's plenty of political intrigue. Elsewhere, Daenys Targaryen continues her quest to reclaim the seven kingdoms - with the help of some dragons too...
The biggest shocks of Game of Thrones Season 3 come as the house of Stark seems to hit major bumps in their quests for power. It's interesting that George R R Martin has had you invest in characters whose fates are unpredictable, (outside of the book reading of course) and whose lives are so well realised by the actors and the production values of the series.
While the episodes are pretty damn good, the best bit about the Blu Ray is once again the extras.From in episode guides to the characters, to profiles this is a set that shows some love to the fans who have rewarded their 30 hours plus in the past 3 seasons. Packed with extra content, the Blu Ray is worth the investment of time and is a rewarding and enriching experience for anyone who's been sucked in to the worlds of Westeros.