On August 25th, spectacular footage, dramatic CGI and evidence from scientists combine for a stunning History series showing how the violent forces of nature have formed our planet, in How the Earth Was Made. The complete first season will be released in a 4 disc DVD set, and a special Blu-ray disc is also being released, which offers the premiere 90-minute program’s awesome vistas and groundbreaking CGI effects, along with extras.
To celebrate the release of both the DVD set and special Blu-ray premiere episode, FilmFetish is giving readers the chance to win one of two DVD or Blu-ray editions.
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In order to be entered into this random drawing, you must also:
- Reply to this post, and tell me the name of the best natural disaster film ever made. When entering, let me know if you have Blu-ray playback capabilities, or if you’re only interested in the DVD box set.
I’ll be running this contest through August 15, 2009.
More about How the Earth Was Made
From the Great Lakes to Iceland and the San Andreas Fault to Krakatoa, How the Earth Was Made: The Complete Season One travels the globe to reveal the geological processes that have shaped our planet. Spectacular on-location footage, evidence from geologists in the field, and clear, dramatic graphics combine in this stunning 13-part series to roll back the millennia and show how the immensely powerful, and at times violent, forces of geology have literally shaped the world we live in.
Viewers interested in witnessing the earth’s awesome vistas and the series groundbreaking CGI effects can journey back in time with How the Earth Was Made Blu-ray. Available for the first-time in visually stunning hi-def, this BD single offers the premiere 90-minute program and extras.
Run Time: 10 hrs., 11 mins. plus extras
Format: DVD/4 Discs
Run Time: 94 mins. plus extras
DVD and Blu-ray Release Dates: August 25, 2009