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Release Date:
22 May 2010 (USA) See more »
In the Middle Ages, Erik and Jason seek out his compatriot Malachy and force him to return to his homeland... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Luke Goss ... Malachy

Ed Speleers ... Jason

Andrew Pleavin ... Erik

Simon Thorp ... Kramer

Sarah Douglas ... The Red Queen

MyAnna Buring ... Jozefa

Ian Virgo ... Hobart
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ava Lyn Koh ... Voice of Darian
Abdiel LeRoy ... Castle Priest (as Ian Reed)
Jack Smith ... Longchamps
William Sommers ... Barsac

Gillian Tan ... Henchwoman
James M Turner ... Angry Villager (as James Turner)
Lynne Verrall ... Baba
Xiaofei Zhou ... Darian

Sofia Stuart ... Witch (uncredited)

Directed by
Pearry Reginald Teo 
Writing credits
John Werner (written by) and
Amy Krell (written by)

Produced by
Mike Callaghan .... producer
Amy Krell .... producer
Brad Krevoy .... producer
Reuben Liber .... executive producer
Cindy Lin .... co-producer
Original Music by
Neal Acree 
Cinematography by
Ginnin Cheung 
Film Editing by
Jayme Wing (addtional editing)
Casting by
Carolyn McLeod 
Production Design by
Zheying Pu 
Costume Design by
Yuan Yuan 
Production Management
Jackie Lee James .... additional unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Xinke Feng .... assistant director
Sound Department
David S. DiPietro .... adr mixer
David S. DiPietro .... foley mixer
David S. DiPietro .... sound editor
Stephen Fitzmaurice .... re-recording mixer
Kurt Kassulke .... re-recording mixer
Mark Lanza .... sound effects editor
Michael Mullane .... supervising sound editor
Vic Radulich .... adr editor
Nick Roberts .... adr recording: London
Na Wu .... sound recordist
Visual Effects by
Mark A.Z. Dippé .... executive visual effects producer
Mike Jacks .... data management
Ju-won Lee .... visual effects supervisor: Korea footage
Junshik-Raul Yun .... vfx producer: Wonderworld Korea
Editorial Department
James Betteridge .... titling
Kelly Kroells .... project manager
Mark Nowicki .... telecine colorist
Music Department
Dallas Aimer .... additional orchestrator
Kyle Kenneth Batter .... composer: additional music (2010)
Laurie Ann Haus .... solo vocals
Other crew
Justin Bursch .... production executive
James M Turner .... assistant to Mr. Goss (as James Turner)
Jess Alford .... special thanks
Paul Becker .... special thanks
Samantha Boyd .... special thanks
Ray Cannella .... special thanks
Roger Corman .... special thanks
Michael Cronin .... special thanks
Tom Krentzin .... special thanks
Saskia Mulder .... special thanks
Vic Murray .... special thanks
Charlotte Neary .... special thanks
Tommy O'Halloran .... special thanks
Karen O'Hara .... special thanks
Chris Regina .... special thanks
Mark Rudnitsky .... special thanks
Christina Shehorn .... special thanks
Tristan Shehorn .... special thanks
Charles Slevin .... special thanks
Devon Spiller .... special thanks
Louisa Sutherland-Smith .... special thanks
Steve Tannen .... special thanks
Bill Tayman .... special thanks
Ashton Riordan Teo .... special thanks
Roxane Vacca .... special thanks
Thomas P. Vitale .... special thanks (as Thomas Vitale)
David Wood .... special thanks
Yichen Yang .... special thanks (international versions)
Ruth A Young .... special thanks

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27 out of 39 people found the following review useful.
SyFy Saturday Flick Better Than Expected, 23 May 2010
Author: elliott78212 from United States

Now let me explain I'm giving this a 6 because when it comes to SyFy Channel movies they usually get a 2-4 yet this one had a bit of something different. While the actor I expected to deliver a good performance was only OK (Luke Goss who was so great in Hellboy II) acting by everyone was good, well not counting Sarah Douglas who was well just campy. Now as for the Movie some interesting action scenes & special F/X kept the movie going though dialogue bogged this movie way down. Not many movies are made of Swords & Sorcery so I had my pop and snacks ready watched the whole thing and found it a nice change of pace. Filmed in China some scenes are beautiful. Lots of visual F/X that play well even if they had budget constraints the director worked with what he had making the most of it. I never heard of him before but apparently he has a cult following with a film called Gene Generation. In an interview I googled he discussed putting himself well into the project determined to make a quality film to that end he did considering his budget and a poor script. A stand out was Eragon's Ed Speelers who has grown up a bit and was really kinda funny in the movie. The movie is a mixed bag (well what syfy movie isn't) at times slow, with odd fight scenes at times fun to watch and enjoyable overall if you can record it and skip the commercials you may like it more...until next week when Syfy will no doubt bless us with yet another Saturday Original flick Nuff Said

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