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Knights of Badassdom (2013)

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Live-action role players conjure up a demon from Hell by mistake and they must deal with the consequences.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eddie #2 / Johnny #1 (as Dan Anderson)
Michael Carpenter ...
Guy Elf
Kevin Connell ...
Khanh Doan ...


Live-action role players conjure up a demon from Hell by mistake and they must deal with the consequences.

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'Tis about to get medieval up in here.

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Rated R for horror violence, language throughout, some drug use and sexuality | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

18 August 2014 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Los Juegos del Desmadre  »

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Opening Weekend:

$17,449 (USA) (24 January 2014)


$86,796 (USA) (7 February 2014)

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Did You Know?


Three of the actors have appeared in award winning HBO programs. Peter Dinklage in Game of Thrones (2011), Ryan Kwanten in True Blood (2008), and Jimmi Simpson in Westworld (2016). See more »


At around 6 minutes, Larry Zerner can be seen smiling when he's supposed to be storming off angrily. See more »


Ronnie Kwok: [in distress] You just summoned a succubus from Hell!
Eric: [pauses] Sorry.
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Featured in Men in Suits (2012) See more »


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Written by Kevin Dreyfuss, Bear McCreary, and Matt Wall
Performed by Brendan McCreary
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Turns out its not just nerds that need to get laid
6 December 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

OK, if you were expecting Lord of the Rings or Game of Thrones.... did you even watch the trailer? This was meant to be on the same level as Army of darkness (Good ol' Bruce) and Role Models. I find most of the complaints of the other reviewers shine more negative light on them than the movie.

Why do the rednecks hate the nerds? If you've made it to middle school, you already know the answer to this question. And yet someone presented this as if it was a major plot hole. :roll: Why does the one nerd know a dead language? If you know any nerds, you know the answer to this question. Most the reviewers here seem to be more "nerdy" than any of the "nerds" in the film.

In the end, most of the "flaws" the other reviewers complain of fall into these two categories: A) you didn't realize its SUPPOSED to be a B-flick or B) you're playing dumb to miss the obvious social interactions that most people live with from grade school on up.

Now, for the movie itself: yes the effects are B level. And not bad, if you expect that. The plot is kinda simple. Not only is that normal for a B flick, and indie films on the whole, there isn't too much you can do in a film thats supposed to cover a weekend. you get enough "character development" to care who dies, and not much more. "Gone with the Wind" this ain't, nor was it intended to be. Dinkle had to shoot this during the short break from his real gig. Many of the others had similar constraints.

If you want a funny, Saturday afternoon waster, this is great. Its even better if you LARP or some sort of reenactor, and can point out people you know like (X).

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