Reviewed by Tamoul Q on Jan 13, 2020
Movies & Television
Torn from the woman he cherished, and sold to the Ludus of Quintus Batiatus, Spartacus has survived the arena. He has forged bonds with Oenomaus, Crixus and Gannicus, warriors of unparalled prowess. Together, they take down the house of Batiatus and vow to free any slaves willing to fight for freedom.
Between the Gladators and their ultimate goal stands the might of Rome in the form of General Giaus Claudius Glaber. The history between Spartacus and Glaber is long and bloody. Glaber has vowed to see Spartacus's head on a pike and anyone standing with him. Their personal war will spill across the Roman countryside as the rebellion grows and blood turns the seven hills red.
Spartacus and his companions cry Vengance for the treatment of those they loved and lost, those threatened by the depraved desires of Roman masters unrelenting crulty. These "Gods of the Arena" unleash their wrath upon their oppressors.
You may know how this story ends, but the ride will give you chills....
Note: Sex and Violance. Not for young viewers! or those with sensitivity to detailed sceens of gore and abuse.
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