Ellen Hollman’s Saxa survived last season brutal ending of Spartacus: Vengeance, and she’s become a true warrior in the upcoming final season of Spartacus: War Of the Damned with Liam McIntyre.
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Here’s your chance to take home Liam McIntyre’s Spartacus: Vegeance bloodbath Season 2 blu-ray box-set. You know you want to see it all over again uncut…
Liam McIntyre took over Andy Whitfield’s role in Spartacus: Vengeance, and fans welcomed him. Now you can get your on free blu-ray copy of the hit Starz show. Just check out below how to get your fill of the bloody, gory show that’s so addictive.
Spartacus Vengeance is know for the brutal violence with gore, and this latest bonus clip from the blu-ray shows Liam McIntyre causing some major damage. Fans of SyFy’s Face Off will love this one. Our giveaway contest for this one is coming up soon so keep your eye out for it.
The Spartacus: Vengeance blu-ray box set doesn’t hit until September, but here’s a killer bonus clip preview to give you an idea of what to expect. And yes, we’ll be doing a giveaway contest for two blu-ray copies too so be ready!
Ellen Hollman will be the first female German warrior to join the ranks of ‘Spartacus: Vengeance’, and after talking to her, this lady is as much a force of nature as her character Saxa is!
‘Spartacus: Vengeance’ fan favorite Katrina Law (Mira) took some time to discuss how her role on the hit show has grown, the addition of Liam McIntyre and dealing with all those loincloths around her.
Starz is amping up everything we loved about ‘Spartacus: Blood and Sand’ (sans Andy Whitfield), and the new featurette for ‘Spartacus: Vengeance’ is full of blood, gore, skin and men in leather holsters. Check out the featurette below.
Starz’ ‘Spartacus: Vengeance’ is back with more blood, gore, mayhem, violence and of course, sex as the new trailer, featurette and hot images show. Interestingly, Liam McIntyre looks very much like Andy Whitfield now too, but we’ll see if his acting can compare.
Starz made their mark with ‘Spartacus: Blood and Sand‘ giving us lots of blood violence and sex for everyone whatever your into, and ‘Spartacus: Gods Of the Arena‘ doesn’t deviate from that path which isn’t a bad thing