Hungary, 1595: In a monastery, Knight Gabriel impales a demon, which then turns to stone. 2001: Nigel and Sydney arrive bearing a letter from a monk, but the abbot claims it is a forgery and shuts them out. Sydney decides to dig deeper.

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Gabriel
George Birt ...
Abbot, The
Jean-Claude Braquet ...
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Hungary, 1595: In a monastery, Knight Gabriel impales a demon, which then turns to stone. 2001: Nigel and Sydney arrive bearing a letter from a monk, but the abbot claims it is a forgery and shuts them out. Sydney decides to dig deeper.

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Good vs Evil
8 May 2014 | by (Hamburg, Germany) – See all my reviews

Somewhere in Hungary, 1595. The brave knight Gabriel (blond hair) slew the demonic knight Belial (black hair) who turned into stone. Over 400 years later, the monks of a monastery are still hiding that 'statue' of Belial, with Gabriel's sword protruding from it. But when Sydney and Nigel are visiting the monastery, they are not welcome: „Visitors are strictly forbidden", they are told by the abbot, the story about Gabriel's sword would only be a fable, and they didn't have any sword in a stone. Do you think Sydney and Nigel give up now and fly back home, or will they dig deeper? Easy to guess...

It's a good action adventure episode, straight forward and well paced. There is a believable conflict between monks who want to continue the old ways and others, who would like to modernize the order. Tia Carrere does some of her best fencing of the entire series, she gets to kick and hit some monks, too (who might remember on this occasion that monks should avoid women). The demon looks a bit silly, like a black metal musician with poor make-up, but we don't take it too seriously, anyway, do we?


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