Excerpt: If you haven't yet experienced this fantastic HBO series, then by all means do so. Season Three brings things to even bigger heights of power, lust and tragic death. Its just only sad that each season only airs ten episodes because when it's all over you want more. Once again this massive 5 disc box set features an excellent array of top not PQ and AQ. A slew of extra's provides more insight into the season itself along with the writer himself George R R Martin!
Excerpt: I don't watch it on cable as I don't like to watch One Episode and wait for the next ... therefore I wait and buy the Blu-ray. It is always a such a long sad wait. But it pays of when you get to watch it at once. It is just amazing how the whole series gets better and better in every which possible way. Epic screenwriting and the whole saga is just mind blowing . Amazing treat from HBO,Thank you.
Brilliant season of the greatest series currently on television
21 February 2014
Excerpt: I don't subscribe to HBO, and had seen only the third season premiere (plus, of course, the first two seasons) prior to purchasing the Blu-ray set. I had not been able to avoid spoilers, and yet it didn't matter: even knowing what was coming, I found this season to be riveting from start to finish. The writing, acting, and production values are all superb, and the Blu-ray set could not be better.
Excerpt: *Massively massive spoilers below* After watching season 3 as it aired early last year, nothing would of prepared me for episode 9 titled The Rains of Castamere. After avoiding spoilers since the beginning of the first season, all I knew was that Robb's direwolf was destined to die. I didn't know the circumstances or why it was to happen. I guessed that it would be killed in a battle between Robb's army and Tywin's.
Summary: I'm amazed nobody wrote anything about the last GOT season yet I love it, I can't understand why I waited so long to start watching it! Some people say that the level of the third season got a bit lower but no, I can't agree. I'm really curious of what you think.
Summary: HBO for whatever you want to say about them, do not shy from showing violence and s3x. They have stuck to the books quite well (some concessions had to be made to make it tv worthy) and the dragons and characters are all amazingly represented. If you liked the first two series you will love this one.