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Spartacus: Blood and Sand - Season 1

Spartacus, falsely accused of betraying the Roman commander he pledged his allegiance to, is imprisoned and sent to the Amphitheater of Capua to be executed. But he rises gradually in the ranks of Gladiator until he earns the title Champion of Capua. Finding out that Batiatus had his wife killed, Spartacus leads a revolt against Batiatus and sets both gladiator and slave alike free from the Ludus. They leave for Rome, to build a slave army and to destroy the Roman Republic. 
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8.5
Quality:
HD
Duration:
55 min
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Robert Bianco
A heady mix of 300-style graphic violence and Debbie Does Rome soft-core porn, Spartacus: Blood and Sand is proof of TV's ever-expanding boundaries and ever-plummeting tastes.
January 22, 2010
Matthew Gilbert
It was written either by master satirists hoping to inspire viewer drinking games each time blood drops sail in slo-mo or by teen boys.
January 22, 2010
Brian Lowry
Indeed, when the smoke clears from this blood-splattered battle, the survivors will likely stand and sheepishly plead, "I'm not 'Spartacus!' Please, don't confuse me with 'Spartacus!'"
January 22, 2010
Tim Goodman
Imagine watching a boring porn movie with swords, sandals, CGI, buckets and buckets of blood, and excessive slow-motion "action" scenes, all while Satan pulls your soul out of your backside. That's Spartacus: Blood and Sand.
January 22, 2010
Cary Darling
The problem is that this Spartacus is so over the top that it begs to be considered as total camp.
January 22, 2010
Alan Sepinwall
Not even my affection for honorary TCA member Lucy Lawless is going to keep me around.
January 22, 2010
David Hinckley
The trappings up front are so over the top that to say you watch Spartacus to see a contemporary reworking of a cinema classic is like saying you go to Hooters for the food.
January 22, 2010
Verne Gay
If Stanley Kubrick were still alive - he directed the 1960 Kirk Douglas classic of the same name - he wouldn't know whether to laugh or weep.
January 22, 2010
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