Early in the 15th century, the Inquisition, under Tomás de Torquemada created "The Order". The Order was a section created to eliminate all the reincarnations of witches for the centuries ... See full summary »
Early in the 15th century, the Inquisition, under Tomás de Torquemada created "The Order". The Order was a section created to eliminate all the reincarnations of witches for the centuries to come. Their members were trained assassins and monks, known for their cruelty. In their possession lay the sword "Reiki", slayer of witches: a sword that can cut the astral-line of witches, disabling their chance for reincarnation. But the sword is lost in the 17th century and The Order are unable to stop the Witches from being re-born. Now for centuries The Order and the Witches have been reincarnating over and over again, fighting their war, until the day "Reiki" is discovered again... Written by
Davide Durbano, who played Hansel, also played other 'extras' during the bohemian party. It is actually Davide who is sitting next to Ant at the bohemian scene but his face is blocked by 'Glass'. See more »
Orphans or not I'm still gonna sent you to your fucking parents.
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Under the cast list you can find the credit "Boom - appeared more than we'd like." See more »
I really enjoyed this movie. It's hard to imagine that the director made this movie with a very small budget. The martial arts were excellent and professional. Also the actors were of a high standard! I didn't expect it, but truly, after watching it: I had to recommend this movie to all my friends. It's a perfect mix of fantasy and comedy. More than once I burst out laughing. Also, as a women, I thought that there would be too many fight scenes. But that was okay, because the rest of the movie was very entertaining. Okay, there were some minor beginner flaws, but that is understandable and also easy to explain because of the budget. I wonder what the director would be able to do with a normal or big movie budget. For certain a move that I would love to see!
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