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Eyes of the Serpent (1994)

R | | Fantasy
In an ancient land called Tag-Mur, two sisters fight over control of two magic swords known as the Eye of the Serpent. The evil sister, Corva, rules viciously and violently from a dark and ... See full summary »
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Chuck Mavich ...
Bolt
David Michael Sterling ...
Seamus
Diana Frank ...
Fiona
...
Corva
Marcus Aurelius ...
1st Guard
Michael Schoenfeld ...
2nd Guard
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Raven (as Carlton Lynx)
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Galen
Erwin May'r ...
Merkin
Deborah Moss ...
Lasette
Tanya Moon ...
Suzette
Lisa Toothman ...
Neema
Mage White ...
Neema's Guard
Kathy Doss ...
Neema's Guard
Lacie Harmon ...
Touion

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In an ancient land called Tag-Mur, two sisters fight over control of two magic swords known as the Eye of the Serpent. The evil sister, Corva, rules viciously and violently from a dark and cold castle. The other sister, Neema, valiantly tries to raise an army to take back her father's castle. Neema's daughter is caught in between believing in the great magic and trusting that peace will return to her land. Corva's daughter is a hedonist who believes in achieving her own sado-masochistic pleasure. Into this web of women arrives the Lancelot-like Galen, proving himself a great swordsman. Soon Neema and her daughter enlist Galen's help in raising and training an army. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for sexuality and violence.
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Galen: My sword can serve you even if my heart serves your daughter.
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Follows Time Barbarians (1990) See more »

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Late sword and sorcery trash
13 September 2004 | by (Firenze, Italy) – See all my reviews

Very poor late entry in the sword and sorcery genre, a late clone to the Conan clones of the early and mid-Eighties, with a couple of laughable twists (like the hero always shifting eye-patch... come on, guys, that could be fun with Igor in Young Frankenstein, but here is totally silly), several beautiful women (especially one of my favorite, Lisa Toothman, that here, alas, doesn't show the world her big assets, one of the wonder of the world, indeed), a really derivative plot, the worst swords-fights I have ever seen. This is so terrible that you have to see it before to put it in the back shelves of your heroic fantasy collection (and start searching for the much better Deathstalker series).


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