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The Dark Mist (1996)

PG | | Fantasy, Action, Adventure
With the future of the world hanging in the balance, one fearless hero's quest to solve "The Riddle of the Chosen". As the Lord Protector makes his way through a land of magic and mystery, ... See full summary »

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Rennick
Ron Hale ...
Pentakis (as Ronald Hale)
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Priamus
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Diamond
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Malthon
William Bumiller ...
Dunnigan
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Beryl
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Opal
Jack Phelan ...
Topaz
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Jasper
Michael Traeger ...
Baldoago
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Mariana (as Kathleen Lambert)
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With the future of the world hanging in the balance, one fearless hero's quest to solve "The Riddle of the Chosen". As the Lord Protector makes his way through a land of magic and mystery, his allies grow stronger and his enemies more fierce. Will the Lord Protector make it to the center of evil and banish the dark forces that plot destruction, or will the power of evil overwhelm this mortal man and envelope the entire planet in a shroud of darkness and despair? Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for some violence
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Was it meant to be campy?
8 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Either this movie was a pretty funny camp film or the acting was pretty bad (way over the top especially for the male actors). Once I decided to consider it for its camp value, I ended up enjoying it.

The basic plot was okay; a pretty average sword and sorcery story, though the sorcery had elements of technology. Despite a narrator (Charlton Heston!) there was not enough back-story to understand the world but the characters' back-stories were explained as the movie went on. There were a couple of unexplained disconnects that were more or less confusing depending on how integral to the storyline they were.

I watched it free on Netflix. I might watch it again...but I wouldn't if I had to pay for it.


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