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A Medieval Knight resurrects to fulfill his vow and bestow a blood-thirst vengeance upon the kindred spirits of those who betrayed him long ago. In the course of one night, identities will be revealed, destinies met, and a poetic justice of the macabre maniacally served. Written by
This movie is well acted and filled with action, suspense and a story that intrigued me from the start. It has both Medieval and present-day scenes that all come together to reveal many surprises along the way. David Carradine, in one of his last roles, was superb, as well as the entire cast. The Medieval period set the pace for what would follow centuries later, and it was fascinating to see the story evolve. I also enjoyed the clever dialogue and sharp humor that blended in so well. Excellent performances, not only by David Carradine, but also Paul Sampson, Udo Kier, Norman Reedus and Bill Drago, and the entire cast. First-time director, Paul Sampson, has put together a very entertaining film!
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