Just in time for the release of the blockbuster 2012, comes two incredible History specials in one incredible package. And to celebrate the release of The Nostradamus Files 2-disc DVD set, FilmFetish is giving away two copies of the DVD set to readers.
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In order to be entered into the random drawing for a copy of The Nostradamus Files, you must also:
- Reply to this post, and name your favorite three films of Rutger Hauer from my list RIGHT HERE. Hauer played a pivotal role in a 1994 film production centering on the life of Nostradamus, aptly titled Nostradamus.
I’ll be running this contest through next Friday, November 6, 2009.
More about The Nostradamus Files
Just in time for the release of Roland Emmerich’s highly-anticipated disaster film 2012, examine the eerie predictions of history’s greatest prophet with The Nostradamus Files, a doomsday-themed collection from History.
Nostradamus’ apocalyptic visions and other ancient prophecies that promise a major – and perhaps catastrophic – change to life as we know it are explored in two exciting and insightful documentaries. Many people have believed that we are approaching a year of unprecedented, and even deadly, upheaval. Are there real, verifiable connections between the prophecies of the past and what is happening in the world today? Are the signs of the apocalypse happening before our eyes? More importantly, could the ancient prophecies of a coming apocalypse be realized today?
The Nostradamus Files collection includes: “The Lost Book of Nostradamus” and “Nostradamus 2012”, as well as bonus programming including the feature length documentary “Nostradamus: 500 Years Later”, and additional footage: “The Sun”, “The Egyptians”, “End of Time”, “The Hopi”, and “The Masons”.
Run Time: 188 minutes, plus extras
Format: 2-Disc DVD Set
DVD Release Date: October 27, 2009