Spartacus: War of the Damned: Season 1, Episode 13

Kill Them All (16 Apr. 2010)
"Spartacus: Blood and Sand" Kill Them All (original title)

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An epic battle between Spartacus and his gladiator brothers, against Batiatus and his Guards.

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An epic battle between Spartacus and his gladiator brothers, against Batiatus and his Guards.

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When Spartacus attempts a second thrust at Batiatus' head, it is impeded by Doctore who catches Spartacus' arm with his whip. Crixus then comes to Spartcus' aid and cuts the whip. This act by Crixus was somewhat symbolic of what the revolt ultimately did to Doctore. The whip stood for Doctore's authority; it was how he maintained order. Crixus cutting it, stood for the Gladiator revolt- in destroying the House of Batiatus, they not only made Oenomaeus' position as Doctore useless, but they ruined his life's work. Oenomaeus was a devout servant of his master and his purpose was destroyed by his own brothers. This led to his own self-inflicted shame and self-destructive lifestyle in the Pits. (As will be shown in Season 2, "Vengeance." See more »

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When the gladiators are brought out to be viewed by the guests of Battiatus in the finale, the gladiator Indus, who was killed off in the 2nd episode of the prequel, GOTA, is shown standing next to Spartacus. See more »

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Spartacus: I have done this thing because it is just. Blood demands blood. We have lived and lost, at the whims of our masters for too long. I would not have it so. I would not see the passing of a brother, for the purpose of sport. I would not see another heart ripped from chest, or breath forfeit for no cause. I know not all of you wish this, yet it is done. It is done... Your lives are your own. Forge your own path, or join with us. And together, we shall see Rome tremble!
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The best season finale I have ever seen. Period.
19 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Spartacus: Blood and Sand was blessed with an amazing team of writers, producers, editors, sound mixers, special effects, and actors.

This series did what every show needs to do: build up from the ground and tie off loose ends while leaving the audience satisfied with the blood-lust that the Romans had coming since episode one.

Everything from the dialogue, the character development, character deaths and introductions, backstabbing, scheming, manipulation, honesty, miscommunication, pride combine to give the most amazing epic finale ever created.

The fight between Spartacus and Crixus was unbelievable! Especially that infamous shield tap Crixus does. It doesn't really answer the question of who's the better gladiator became they were evenly matched the entire time.

What a rush of emotions! You're happy, sad, elated and devastated all at once. The subtle metaphors add to the delight of the episode (for instance, Ashur hides under a body and then literally, slithers out from it- revealing the snake he really is.) Warning though: This is an episode that is mind blowing upon first viewing, but as time goes on and you watch it more and more, it loses its appeal and shock factor.

Watch only once in a while to retain mind blowing effect.

The only reason why I gave this a 9 instead of 10 is because overall, I think Revelations and Old Wounds are much better in terms of plot lines coming together and foreshadowing coming to fruition.

Still, Kill Them All is by far the best season finale. Ever.

Kudos to Andy Whitfield for a perfect performance for the season.


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