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Gryphon -- A true sword and sorcery epic, Attack of the Gryphon, chronicles the story of two kingdoms brought together in their quest to defeat the Gryphon and the evil Sorcerer who controls him. Long ago, a feud between princely brothers Delphus and Lock tore the once great kingdom of Vallon in two. Centuries later the warring kingdoms of Delphi and Lockland remain embroiled in perpetual battle. On the e...
Gryphon -- In a mystical land torn apart by civil war, a warrior princess must team up with a rival warrior prince to hunt down an evil sorcerer who has summoned a giant flying demon which is terrorizing their land.


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27 January 2007 (USA) See more »
The fate of two kingdoms rests in their hands
In a mystical land torn apart by civil war, a warrior princess must team up with a rival warrior prince to hunt down an evil sorcerer who has summoned a giant flying demon which is terrorizing their land. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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a tough movie-of-the-week to beat from the sci-fi channel...and I mean that in the worst possible way See more (39 total) »


  (in credits order)

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Prince Seth of Delphi

Larry Drake ... Armand

Amber Benson ... Princess Amelia of Lockland

Andrew Pleavin ... David

Douglas Roberts ... Gorwin
Ashley Artus ... Gerard

Sarah Douglas ... Queen Cassandra of Delphi

Amy Gillespie ... Daphne

Simona Williams ... Kyra

Adrian Pintea ... King Phillip of Lockland
Stefan Velniciuc ... Orin
Constantin Barbulescu ... Monk
Radu Andrei Micu ... Sir Patrick of Delphi (as Radu-Andrei Micu)
Nicolae Stoica ... Messenger #1
Toma Cuzin ... Messenger #2
Silviu Olteanu ... Messenger #3 (as Alin-Silviu Olteanu)
Gabriel-Mircea Velicu ... Delphi Guard #1
Alexandru Dragoi ... Lockland Guard #1
Valentin Butnaru ... Lockland Soldier #1
Ioan Ionescu ... Lockland Soldier #2 (as Ioan Andrei Ionescu)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ciprian Dumitrascu ... Lockland
Vlad Iacob ... Delphus (uncredited)

Directed by
Andrew Prowse 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kenneth M. Badish  story and screenplay (as Ken Badish)
Tim Cox 
Boaz Davidson  story and screenplay
Sean Keller  screenplay

Produced by
Kenneth M. Badish .... producer (as Ken Badish)
Boaz Davidson .... executive producer
Danny Dimbort .... executive producer
Amy Krell .... line producer
Paul-Edouard Laurens .... associate producer
Avi Lerner .... executive producer
Trevor Short .... executive producer
John Thompson .... executive producer
Original Music by
John Dickson 
Cinematography by
Viorel Sergovici (director of photography)
Film Editing by
John Lafferty 
Production Design by
Ioana Corciova 
Art Direction by
Vlad Roseanu 
Costume Design by
Eli Calin 
Makeup Department
Gabi Cretan .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Sarah Parker .... post-production supervisor
Gabriel Popescu .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lulu de Hillerin .... second unit director (as Lulu Hillerin)
Paul-Edouard Laurens .... second unit director
Ruxandra Slotea .... second assistant director
Art Department
Dana Andreianu .... art department coordinator
Pavel Bayraktarski .... creature concepts
Zamfir Cornel .... props
Jordan Jordanov .... storyboard artist
Liviu Marcu .... sculptor: All Deco International
Sound Department
Jeremy Duché .... foley mixer
Nick Foley .... adr recordist
Patrick Giraudi .... sound re-recording mixer
Patrick Giraudi .... supervising sound editor
Tony Kucenski .... adr editor
Tony Kucenski .... adr engineer
Liviu Lupsa .... sound mixer
Xavier Sol .... sound effects editor
Ted Swanscott .... adr mixer
Special Effects by
Ionel Popa .... special effects consultant
Mihai Reti .... special effects supervisor
Florin Stoian .... special effects assistant
Visual Effects by
Ivaylo Andonov .... digital artist
Pavel Bayraktarski .... vfx conceptual artist
Scott Coulter .... visual effects producer
Yasen Denev .... visual effects illustrator
Stoycho Dimitrov .... digital artist
Denitsa Dimitrova .... digital compositor
Venelin Dinkov .... visual effects illustrator
Ivelina Dobreva .... digital compositor
Nikolay Gachev .... visual effects supervisor
Georgi Gavanozov .... visual effects
Iva Gorcheva .... digital compositor
Ivailo Ivanov .... 3D animator
Ivaylo Mechkata Ivanov .... 3D animator
Peter Keranov .... digital compositor
Momchil Kirov .... digital compositor
Dimitar Kovachev .... technical support staff
Jordan Markov .... visual effects supervisor
Maria Mavrova .... 3D lead artist
Velislava Mihailova .... digital effects artist
Nevena Nikolcheva .... digital compositor
Nikolay Pachov .... visual effect assistant editor
Marin Petrov .... animator
Yakim Petrov .... model maker
Iavor Radev .... visual effects coordinator
Shero Rauf .... castle modeller
Krasimir Rizov .... visual effects illustrator
Milan Stoyanov .... digital compositor
Stefan Tchakarov .... visual effects production supervisor
Peter Tomov .... digital artist
Dimitrina Torneva .... digital compositor
Filip Uzunov .... digital effects artist
Adriana Valcheva .... lead compositing artist
Silvia Vasileva .... animator
Vladimir Zdravkov .... visual effects technical support
Dicu Aurel .... stunts
Florin Barcun .... stunt performer
Aurel Boata .... stunts
Gabi Burlacu .... stunts
Ion Carangea .... stunts
Florian Ciprian .... stunt performer
Mihai Danciu .... stunts
Ciprian Dumitrascu .... stunt coordinator
Razvan Gheorghiu .... stunts
Mihai Iliescu .... stunt double: Jonathan LaPaglia
John Maldea .... horse stunt coordinator
Carmen Preda .... stunt double
Florin Stancu .... stunts
Nicolae Stoica .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Gache Adrian .... key grip
Cos Aelenei .... still photographer
Tudor Badica .... assistant camera
Lulu de Hillerin .... director of photography: second unit (as Lulu Hillerin)
Lucian Diaconu .... gaffer
Parvu Mihai .... key grip: second unit
Octavian Sotir .... assistant camera
Bogdan Stanciu .... Steadicam operator
Casting Department
Domnica Circiumaru .... casting: Romania
Carolyn McLeod .... casting: UK
Rosemary Welden .... casting: USA
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carmen Stefan .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Ted Brady .... final colorist
Candice Levy .... post-production coordinator
Music Department
Selena Arizanovic .... music coordinator
Jim Baldree .... music mixer
Ashley Waldron .... music supervisor (as Ashley Miller)
Transportation Department
Cristi Chitu .... unit transportation manager
Other crew
Catrinel Balaban .... assistant to second unit director
Cindy Burnett .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Ioana Cernescu .... office production assistant
Claude Forest .... insurance broker

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Also Known As:
"Attack of the Gryphon" - USA (DVD title)
"Dungeon & Gryphon" - Japan (English title)
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Rated PG-13 for violence and some sensuality
89 min
Aspect Ratio:
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19 out of 31 people found the following review useful.
a tough movie-of-the-week to beat from the sci-fi channel...and I mean that in the worst possible way, 27 January 2007
Author: MisterWhiplash from United States

Wow...I watched this really in lieu of deciding to finally check out a sci-fi channel movie of the week, in this case featuring Amber Benson from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The made-for-TV slew of Saturday night movies are never picks of the litter, matter of fact not even well-made in any respect. But Gryphon, my non-existent God (which you may feel is non-existent if you believe it after seeing this), what a load of tripe! It's a medieval hodge-podge of total clichés and story arcs that obviously were thrown together by the five or six or seven writers who decided to pound this out over pizza and beers one night. Then again, maybe they KNEW that they were making a really stupid movie. But this raises the bar for stupidity, like a litmus test for often incoherent strands of story and character, and for wretched CGI. I'm not expecting Peter Jackson here, but this is enough to send me back to my psychiatrist for a double session of "the good old days of models and puppets."

Actually, what ended up keeping me glued to my seat (in a manner of total irony) was the CGI Gryphon itself. Created by watercolor or paint by number or Mario Paint or all of the above, it's controlled by a sinister sorcerer who wants to use it to create chaos in the kingdom. The gryphon flies about with total abandon of any logic, and it occasionally- in the midst of people trying to KILL IT- comes down to just preen itself in front of its foes. It sometimes kills people too, but often just acts like the most constant, reliable thing about the movie- it's so laughably bad it hurts the mind and diminishes the soul to something comparable to a slug, and makes one pine for a random insurance commercial. As the Gryphon continues as a threat, we're given a quest, a romance between warrior man and woman (the woman Benson, who can't even read her s****y dialog competently enough with her posturing and fake toughness) from the same descended vein, and a random possible battle that might ensue if a) the gryphon and/or sorcerer gets their way, or b) if there's somehow a tiny boost in the budget by the end of filming. And by the time the climax comes around, me and my friends somehow were not only compelled to keep on watching (just to see how low it could go limbo style), but to keep on gleefully- if painfully- yelling at the screen as the sorcerer used his powers in very random, selective measure, and kept his nutty little bird somewhere else by contrivance.

I know I shouldn't be TOO hard on Gryphon, as I'm sure some of the intentions behind it were decent enough. But the execution is just so lacking in every department: special/visual effects (well, in a sense, the visual effects are "special"), proper casting (even the actor playing the sorcerer is like ham left out of the fridge), dialog, cinematography, message, or romance. Even the action is sloppily filmed a lot of the time by lackey Andrew Prowse, who once in a while made me wonder if the soul of Uwe Boll slipped into his own. It simply leaves a residue that wont go away very soon after, even with its own likely self-knowledge of its many flaws. It was made on a quick buck, and for all its exploitive gestures, hopefully most, if not all, of the regular sci-fi movie channel viewers will recognize it as a new standard which other movies in its wake may not live up to even if they try (or lack trying). It's simply one of the very worst made-for-TV movies I've ever seen...albeit with a hell of a goofing-on-it time all the way.

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