Nightmare creatures and flesh-eating dragons roam the kingdom of the wicked Prince John, destroying all those who cross their path. Tyranny and oppression rule, and ancient evil reigns over the helpless people of the towns and villages. Only the glint of fire on the sword of the Chosen One can overthrow the deadly ruler and restore the throne to its rightful owner.
Runtime: 89 minutes Director: Pearry Teo Starring: Luke Goss, Ed Speleers, Andrew Pleavin MPAA Rating: Not Rated Final Score: 6.5/10
Erik, warrior of Draeganoth, is sent by his dying king to retrieve Prince Malachy, heir to the throne, who’s been on an extended tour of the continent for years. Accompanied by Erik’s brother Jason, they return home only to find the king dead and the kingdom desolate. A mysterious stranger appears with a book naming Witchcraft as the cause, with clues as to how to defeat the evil ones. The stranger leads the new king and his men on a journey to find the Witches’ hiding place, beginning a voyage packed with battle, betrayal, witchcraft and revelation.
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Runtime: 90 minutes Director: Andrew Prowse Starring: Jonathan LaPaglia, Larry Drake, Amber Benson MPAA Rating: PG-13 Final Score: 7/10
After 300 years, the war between Lockland and Delphi is about to come to an end. In a desperate attempt to turn defeat into victory, the King of Lockland orders the court sorcerer to unleash its ancient protector – the Gryphon – upon the invading armies of Delphi. The wily wizard, however, has other plans, and uses the Gryphon’s supernatural powers to become supreme ruler of both kingdoms. Uniting against their common foe, Lockland’s Princess Amelia and Delphi’s Prince Seth set out in search of the legendary Draconian Pike, the only weapon that can destroy the Gryphon and end the sorcerer’s evil reign.
Runtime: 109 minutes Director: Matthew Robbins Starring: Peter MacNicol, Caitlin Clarke, Sir Ralph Richardson MPAA Rating: PG Final Score: 8.5/10
Back in the days when everyone believed in magic, a horrifying fire-breathing dragon terrorized the sixth-century British countryside. The only hope for the beleaguered citizens is an aging sorcerer. But when he is killed before he can save the people, the task falls on his young apprentice, Galen.
Galen’s mission is complicated by resistance from the king – and by falling in love – but his biggest challenge comes when he is suddenly face to face with the dreaded monster. Is his magic enough to save him?
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