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Human Weapon - Season 1 [Blu-ray]

Jason Chambers , Bill Duff    Unrated   Blu-ray
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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In the ultimate search for a HUMAN WEAPON, mixed martial artist Jason Chambers and former football pro Bill Duff put their bodies on the line as they train in the most lethal forms of combat.

HISTORY follows Jason and Bill across the globe to learn the history, style, and methodology behind 16 unique forms of combat. On their quest to master everything from karate to Muay Thai and Eskrima Stickfighting, Jason and Bill explore ancient relics, unusual villages, breathtaking landscapes, and hidden pasts in order to truly understand the complex development of each individual form. They study with legendary masters and face intense challenges before putting their newfound skills to the test in a final bout with a master in the discipline.

With crisp CGI blow-by-blow simulations and fascinating factual details, HUMAN WEAPON is an action-packed series that pairs history and culture with down and dirty combat.

This Blu-ray features all 16 first season episodes in stunning high definition!

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5.0 out of 5 stars was as expected Jan. 14 2012
I really enjoyed watching this series regardless of the hosts or any lack of acting. Just strictly on the level of a Martial Arts interest and not picking everything apart the history was good although brief. There did not appear to be any favoritism from producers in glamourizing one Art over the other. I watched some clips on youtube first then found it for sale. I would really like to find the second season but even History channel won't comment back if its availble.
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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Good Show and DVD Set! June 23 2008
By MMAfan - Published on Amazon.com
Human Weapon is a show that aired late last year on the History Channel and is hosted by martial arts fighter Jason Chambers and former football pro Bill Duff. They put their bodies on the line in every episode of this show and it was entertaining and informative on every style of fighting they learned. The best part of each episode was the end where one of the two hosts would take on a master in the martial art they just learned. Certain episodes feature such MMA stars as Cung Le, Randy Couture and Fedor Emelianenko!

Episodes include:
DISC 1: Muay Thai: Ultimate Striking; Eskrima Stickfighting; Karate; Savate Streetfighting; Bonus: Master Fights
DISC 2: Judo: Samurai Legacy; Pankration: The Original Martial Art; Krav Maga of the Israeli Commandos; Marine Corps Martial Arts; Bonus: Additional Footage
DISC 3: MMA: America's Extreme Fighting; Kung Fu; Sambo: Russia's Extreme Fighting; Cambodian Blood Sport
DISC 4: Silat: Martial Art of Malaysia; Passport to Pain; Ninjutsu; Taekwondo; Bonus: Master Moves
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Part History, Part Competition March 30 2008
By Eric D. Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
This show is awesome! The formula is simple, each week, Jason and Bill go and learn about a new martial art from the people who really know. As one would expect from the History channel, not only do they learn about each fighting style, but also the history behind each style and how it fits into the history and culture of the people who developed it. As Jason and Bill learn various moves from a particular style, they show a 3-dimension demonstration of how each move works. These computer graphics really illustrate the power and skill of each martial art. Then at the end of each episode, either Bill or Jason have to go up against a real master in their art to see how well they learned. Simple, but awesome! I can't wait for the next season of Human Weapon.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hunam Weapon -The Complete Season 1 June 23 2008
By R. Wheatley - Published on Amazon.com
I'm 74 and live in Australia. My daughter Alex. is 50 and still trains daily doing Kung-Fu, so she bought this DVD for me to understand her love for her style.
This show brilliantly showed me many styles and gave me an insight into her love for Martial Arts.
Thank You.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Human Weapon complete season 1 June 19 2008
By A. Vaish - Published on Amazon.com
I've only watched about one-third of the episodes, but I love this show. The show gets five stars. The hosts provide enough commentary, but do not overwhelm the show, and the computer animation sequences allow you to follow along and practice the moves.
14 of 18 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Flawed DVDs From History Channel May 19 2008
By Kingtut - Published on Amazon.com
Several of the chapters on the DVD are missing the first several minutes, which included the introduction and origin of the martial arts (Silat, Ninjitsu, Savate). These chapters started with Chambers and Duff in the dojo practicing, but the missing parts left the viewers wondering what is the name of the dojo, who is the master teaching them, what is the master's background and what was the origin of the martial arts. It would have been a very good documentary DVD, if they included the beginning/missing parts.
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