On August 25th, prepare for a riveting portrayal of some of the most exciting battles of ancient history – along with the tales of betrayal, lust, conquest and brutality that often accompanied them, as Battles BC: The Complete Season One comes to DVD. To celebrate this release, FilmFetish will have two copies of the 2 disc set for readers to enjoy.
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Prepare for a riveting portrayal of some of the most exciting battles of ancient history – as well as the tales of betrayal, lust, conquest and brutality that often accompanied them. Battles BC: The Complete Season One uses computer graphics and live-action stunts to bring to life the battle strategies, tactics, and weapons of past military leaders, from Hannibal and the Romans to Moses, the Athenians, and David.
Using a graphic style similar to 300, the contemporary novel that became a Hollywood blockbuster, Battles BC shows how leaders from the ancient world fared in some of the greatest conflicts in history, exposing the truths and myths behind the legendary feats of the epic heroes and villains who didn’t just wage war, but invented it.
Battles BC features 8 historic battles on 2-DVDs including: Moses: Death Chase, Joshua: Epic Slaughter, David: Giant Slayer, Hannibal: The Annihilator, Alexander: Lord of War, Judgment Day at Marathon, Ramses: Raging Chariots and Caesar: Super Siege.
Run Time: 6 hrs., 16 mins. + extras
Format: DVD/2 Discs
DVD Release Date: August 25, 2009