This week, History takes viewers for a stunningly graphic journey to a world wiped clean of humanity, with the release of Life After People: The Complete Season One 3-disc DVD set. To celebrate this set’s release, FilmFetish is giving 2 copies to two lucky readers.
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In order to be entered into the random drawing for your free copy of Life After People: The Complete Season One, you must also:
- Reply to this post and name the two best post-apocalyptic films ever released, their year of original release, and directors.
I’ll be running this contest through next Friday, November 6, 2009.
More about Life After People: The Complete Season One
What would happen if every human being on Earth disappeared? This isn’t the story of how we might vanish – it is the story of what happens to the world we leave behind. Examine how the very landscape of planet Earth would change in our absence in Life After People: The Complete Season One, a stunningly graphic journey to a world wiped clean of humanity.
Building off the success of the History Channel feature-length special, Life After People, this series continues the exploration of a world wiped clean of humanity, in even more vivid detail. Each episode is a stunningly graphic examination of how the very landscape of planet Earth would change in our absence, using cinematic CGI to reveal – in scientific detail – the fate of every aspect of the man-made world. What happens to the millions of animals that supply our food? The chemicals stored in industrial complexes? Which animals take over subways? Do satellites fall to Earth? When does Mt. Rushmore wither away?
From animal outbreaks to structural collapses, building to a unique visual finale, all 10 episodes in the 3-DVD set reveal what happens in the hours, days, months, and years after people disappear. Welcome to Earth, population zero.
Run Time: 7 hours and 50 minues, plus extras
Format: 3-Disc DVD
DVD Release Date: October 27, 2009