Underwater Universe: Season 1
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Welcome to the ocean's dark side. Building on HISTORY's successful Underwater Universe special, this new limited series goes deep to explore undersea forces that have brought terror and destruction to our planet throughout history. Beneath the surface of our oceans, tides and currents, predators, lethal pressure and killer shockwaves create ongoing and ominous threats. CGI animation, heart-stopping cinematography and submersible expedition footage shed new light on hard science, dramatic historical stories and riveting first-person accounts.
BONUS FEATURES: Feature-length HISTORY Special Underwater Universe
DISC 1: Killer Shockwaves / Predators of the Deep / Tides and Currents Of Death / Fatal Pressure
DISC 2: Bonus HISTORY Special Underwater Universe
Top Customer Reviews
You can tell that the people who made this series are legitimate documentarians who have been hoodwinked into thinking they need to hold back on the "nerdy" factual presentation. But in exact contradiction, this series is just like the other "modern" junk documentaries that bore you to death with incessant footage of nerdy talking heads.
It's too bad that legitimate producers/directors feel they have to follow the J.J. Abrams "controlled explosion" format of rapidly cutting in and out and bursting blasts of dramatic music.
Note to director: Whoever gave you the suggestion of zooming into tight eyeball shots of the talking heads is not your friend. That is the MOST annoying close-up you can possibly do. Stop doing it. And while you're at it, watch some Attenborough and tell me how many talking heads show up in his supremely great documentaries. Talking heads are boring, boring, boring!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was a really cool season. I learned a lot and the price was great!Published 11 months ago by Jerry
very informative and pleasant to watch, a little history on divingPublished 14 months ago by Bishmaya
I watched this series when it originally aired on the History Channel and liked it (wish there had been more episodes). Read morePublished 15 months ago by Wm. Scott Burchfield Jr.