oh wait till the history side of youtube gets a hold of this
When is the billie ´s interview?
The Black Knight from Monty Python is my favourite character "Tis but a scratch"
im 57th plz sub to me
I just love these videos. Who elseIII
What's 'Games of thrones'?
* A FAN NEEDS MORE *If you miss the GoT show, this is for you https://youtu.be/o21hysgj8rE https://youtu.be/f1C9hIQ8ULQ
Vanity Fair trying to get into Shadiversity's business.
since when is a phalanx triangular?
This was very entertaining to watch! I love the give and take with two points of view.
Knights Tale!!!! RIP Heath
lol that historians 'blackmail' etymology is absolute nonsense.
Should have viewed The King
The way the black knight skip and shift around with no arms always cracks me up
Am I the only one who hears Kermit the Frog when the prop expert speaks?
These two had a great energy between them, I'd love to see them back on the show again reviewing other movies!
dude on the right is a part of a show called Hollywood Weapons where they try to recreate action scenes in real life, slightly cheesy but entertaining, sadly only has one season so far
I wanna know about crimes
Why does every history professor look like this?
"stuntperson". No way…
What is Maximilian? I’m not familiar with that one. It looks pretty cool though.
Gladius is a stabbind sword, yeah yeah, BUT he is a slave who have been thrust in there WITHOUT a shield. So I think natural instinct would take over, and that is to slash wildly, as he did
They should have talked about Hattori Hanzo blade
I want another episode of this, but also with a linguist. Language is so often overlooked in historical movies that you have words like divorce, suicide, million, f*ck… in periods of time were they did not exist. It would be nice to watch an expert in the topic say what they think about it and what they find good, just like these two guys. Great chemistry too!
the amount of mutual respect these professionals in their respective fields have for each other is really humbling
I judge these two (or possibly the editor) for neglecting to mention how epic the Battle of the Bastards was in quality. Kit does an amazing job and Miguel made a masterpiece! It really helps us to visually understand how gruesome battle can be.
Wait what? A phalanx was or can be triangular? Well then how is the lead phalangite protected? He's the only one in front
I'm high but the historian sounds like H Jon Benjamin
Lmao Monty Python
I've always respected armor makers. A harness is heavy of course, but they are made in such a manner that the wearer can even do gymnastics in them because they flow so well with your body
I always thought that the Spartans were so good at fighting, that they didn't need a body armour – just a shield to bounce off those pesky arrows.But when Larry and Kelly pointed out the 'recycling' bit of the Troy battlefield shields in the '300' saga, I take that dispensing the body armours for Leonidis and the 300, was budgetary matters…
Games of Thrones huh
I never noticed the floppy sword
Was very interesting to hear the origin of 'freelance' and 'blackmail'
"Games of Thrones"
very interesting! thanks for this
I’d watch a whole channel of the historian.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDkJyH0uzNU simply watch this, and my armour on left arm)
This Fact Checking is Useless without Excaliber(1981movie)how do you spend all this time making a video and forget that movie
I want more of this. But with historical movies and legendary battles. As well as mythology
They have actually SEEN the movies…
How the historian didn’t pick up on some of the terrible armour, I will never know
9:47 how cute is he…He’s so proud of his dad-props-history joke. I couldn’t help but smile with him. I enjoy these “experts” videos. Very informative & entertaining.
These are the shows or movies I want them to cover next. Scarmuche, Spartacus (2011) Robin Hood
I'd like some movies being history checked, there are horrofying mistakes out there… me, a history student, is very annoyed.
The bow that Bolton uses in GoT is based off the double bows made by the Penobscot Native Americans. The bow had a second set of smaller limbs stacked on top of the main bow. The secondary limbs acted sort of like recurved limbs, adding power and arrow speed without having a bow with super long limbs.
9:10 Bad? It's one of the most badass scene ever! when he stab the 2 gladius, decapitate and then throw the swords to the rich people. Fking awesome. Historic accuracy isn't always necessary. Nobody cares about if the gladius is a stabbing or slashing weapon. That sequence of movements with "are you entertained?" "ARE YOU ENTERTAINED?". Fking raw and badass.
The stage is awesome here because I was just trying to explain old TV's to my daughter. My kids have no idea what uhf/vhf are, and have never heard the term " don't touch that dial!"
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