The corrupt Emperor Tiberius forces his bravest general, Marcus, to subdue the monstrous Cyclops that has been decimating the countryside. Once the Cyclops is brought to the dungeons, ... See full summary »

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Emperor Tiberius Caesar
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Marcus
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Barbara
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Falco
Mike Straub ...
Gordian
David McFarland ...
Severus
Dan Golden ...
Master of the Games
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Julian
Dimitar Maslarski ...
Cyclops
Raicho Vasilev ...
Tarquin
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Casca
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Cletus
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Cyclops (voice)
Dimitar Dimitrov ...
Old Slave
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The corrupt Emperor Tiberius forces his bravest general, Marcus, to subdue the monstrous Cyclops that has been decimating the countryside. Once the Cyclops is brought to the dungeons, Marcus is forced to fight in the gladiatorial games. Eventually, he and the Cyclops become allies and they fight together to defeat the corrupt Emperor and his evil nephew, along with the beautiful barbarian Barbara. Written by Julian

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The Rise of CYCLOPS... Is the Fall of Rome!


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6 December 2008 (USA)  »

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A küklopsz szövetsége  »

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$6,000,000 (estimated)
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The roman armor was made with wood and cardboard. See more »

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The main character is alternately called Centurion and General, as if the titles were interchangeable. Centurions were the sergeants and sergeant majors of the Roman army. See more »

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Featured in Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Spookies (2012) See more »

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Eric Roberts As Tiberious
6 December 2008 | by (Elm Mott) – See all my reviews

Well, the flick took no chances. Straight forward good verses bad and with no budget, I think that was a mistake. I feel the lower the budget, the more chances one should take. They could of put something, humor, whatever, into it.

As it was, it is what it is. Fluff and sub-par to slightly par. I did like many of the actors in it, the Centurion ought to get more parts, he has the dignity and charisma foe a big budget picture.

I thought the main female lead was Alantis Morrissette (sp) for a second, lol, a real LONG face but cute nonetheless.

Anyway, a light view, nothing special, but at the same time not taxing in anyway. Watch it, enjoy what is there, and forget it.


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