DVD Review: Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: The Complete Season

Saban’s Power Rangers Dino Super Charge is based on Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger. The series stars Brennan Mejia as Tyler/Red Ranger, James Davies as Chase/Black Ranger, Yoshi Sudarso as Koda/Blue Ranger, Michael Taber as Riley/Green Ranger, Camille Hyde as Shelby/Pink Ranger, Davi Santos as Ivan/Gold Ranger, Jarred Blakiston as Prince Phillip/Graphite Ranger and Claire Blackwelder as Kendall/Purple Ranger.

The Power Rangers must battle an evil intergalactic villain in this action-packed franchise that remains one of the top-rated and longest-running children’s live-action series in TV history. The Power Rangers continue their search for the Energems after Sledge’s defeat, but soon learn that his most dangerous prisoner, the evil Heckyl, survived! In light of this new threat, Kendall creates a powerful new Dino Charger that unlocks the Red Ranger’s T-Rex Super Charge mode! It will take every Zord, Megazord, and Dino Charger in the Power Rangers’ arsenal to finally unite all ten Energems and save the universe!

I grew up watching the Power Rangers and had a lot of fun collecting those cool Zords when I was a kid. When MMPR first debuted I had never really seen anything quite like it and I instantly became a fan and I still am to this very day. It’s true, I’m a geek and proud of it! I thought the plot this season was a lot of cheesy fun plus it offered up something a little different. The stories have pretty much been recycled for the past two decades with a few tweaks here and there along the way but this season offered up something a little new and it was a nice touch.

This season also included plenty of alien monsters, an arsenal of Zords, special effects and lots of fight scenes. Dino Super Charge features the larget team ever assembled in this long running series (not including the all-star team up we got a few years ago) plus it has alien monsters fighting other alien monsters as well as some of them getting the opportunity to pilot some of the Zords. It was just something new and a little different from the same old thing that we’ve been getting each and every season for the past two decades. Hey, you gotta love these alien monsters!

The packaging comes with a slipcover/o-card. The front features the artwork you see up top and the back includes series details, more artwork and list of episodes. The two “Roar” discs feature matching artwork and the two “Extinction” discs featured matching artwork. Inserting each disc, the menu screen was simple and easy to navigate. The picture and sound quality for this standard-definition release were really good. I didn’t have any issues with the video and audio for this release.

Bottom line is, Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: The Complete Season was an exciting season that offered up something a little different this time around. There’s a lot of Power Rangers running around this season and they all get their fair share of storyline and screen time which is probably difficult to do with such a big cast like this. There’s also more villains (old and new) who get more time to play this season and some drama to go along with it. And of course there’s the arsenal of Zords which get bigger and bulkier with each season we get. Hey Saban, let’s tone it down some with the crazy Zord designs! Wrapping things up, this fun series has been running strong for over 23 years now and is still an entertaining watch for kids of all ages. This super dino-charged adventure includes four discs with over four hours of action and the DVD releases on June 27th. It’s Morphin Time!

Distributor: Lionsgate Home Entertainment

Run Time: 4 Discs / 20 Episodes / Approx. 264 Minutes

Disc One: Roar

  • “When Evil Stirs”
  • “Forgive and Forget”
  • “Nightmare in Amber Beach”
  • “A Date with Danger”
  • “Roar of the Red Ranger”

Disc Two: Roar

  • “Forged Under Fire”
  • “Home Run Koda”
  • “Riches and Rags”
  • “Besties 4Eva!”
  • “Gone Fishin”

Disc Three: Extinction

  • “Love at First Fight”
  • “Catching Some Rayes”
  • “Recipe for Disaster”
  • “Silver Secret”
  • “Wings of Danger”

Disc Four: Extinction

  • “Freaky Fightsday”
  • “Worgworld”
  • “The Rangers Rock”
  • “Edge of Extinction”
  • “End of Extinction”

Rated: Not Rated

DVD Video: 16×9 Widescreen Presentation (1.78:1)

DVD Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1 / French and Spanish Dolby Digital 2.0

Subtitles: N/A

Special Features:

  • Trailers


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