Aliens: Season 6, Volume 2 (2014/A&E/History
Channel/Lionsgate Blu-ray Set)
B+ Sound: B+ Extras: D Episodes: B+
Aliens continues to be one of the History Channel's most thought
provoking and interesting properties for anyone out there who wants
to believe. Every edition that I have watched has make me think more
about the origins of our species and has really convinced me that
there is some real validity in this. Aside from the content even,
the production value of this show is awesome with impressive
re-enactments, crisp and artistic graphics and editing, and top notch
interviews with experts. There really isn't much left to desire from
this beautiful Blu-ray edition. I hope this show keeps going!
is a journey into a yet uncharted world of astonishing ancestors and
phenomenal technological advances. From which supernatural beings do
healers and superheroes really gather their powers? Who, or what,
were the voices that drove Nikola Tesla to his compulsive need to
reinvent the future? Were the winged messengers revered within
age-old texts really birds, angels... or aliens?
these 12 episodes, H2 reaches back in time to explore these
alternative inquiries and offers explanations and theories to the
questions of where we come from, who we are and what else is out
there. This Ancient Aliens: Season 6, Volume 2 collection (an
upgrade from the DVD versions just reviewed in a 6-season DVD set
elsewhere on this site) connects science with faith and investigates
the creatures of early religious texts including the scorpion-tailed
locust in Revelations; Ezekiel's fiery, angel-driven chariots; and
India's half-human half-reptile gods called Nagas. The voyage
travels down the paths of extraterrestrial seduction, Nazi time
travel and the mysterious megalithic stone structures which continue
to baffle archaeologists.
include: The Shamans, Aliens and Insects, Alien Transports,
Mysterious Structures, Mysterious Devices, Faces of the Gods, The
Reptilians, The Tesla Experiment, The God Particle, Alien Encounters,
and finally, Aliens and Superheroes.
image is pristine with a 1080p high definition transfer captured in a
1.78:1 widescreen aspect ratio, a crisp, lossless DTS-HD 5.1 Master
Audio (MA) track (better than the DVD version) and eight hours and
forty eight minutes of content.
are no extras on the discs but that doesn't take away from what an
interesting experience this is. If you can get a hold of this disc
and are a fan of ufology then I highly recommend it!
Harland Lockhart V