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Dragon Crusaders (2011)

Video  -  Action | Adventure | Fantasy  -  27 September 2011 (USA)
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A group of fugitive Knights Templar attacks a pirate ship and they are cursed to turn into hideous monsters. To fight the curse and ultimately save the world, they must defeat the wizard-dragon who is determined to destroy it.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
John the Brave
Feth Greenwood ...
Eldred the Strong
Shinead Byrne ...
Tony Sams ...
Simon Lloyd-Roberts ...
Charles Barrett ...
Gary Crosbie ...
Ambrose Flemming ...
Mark Richard Hayes ...
Janzoon (as Mark Hayes)
Mike Lockley ...
William Huw ...
Kathy Francis ...
The Witch of Caer'lo
Forest Queen


A group of fugitive Knights Templar attacks a pirate ship and they are cursed to turn into hideous monsters. To fight the curse and ultimately save the world, they must defeat the wizard-dragon who is determined to destroy it.

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Holy warriors must battle an army of demons.

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Rated R for some violence | See all certifications »




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27 September 2011 (USA)  »

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Steve McTigue (Faolon - The Wizard Dragon) spent a large part of his time on location wearing white contact lenses and had to be lead to and from the set deep inside a Welsh Slate Cavern because he couldn't see a thing. See more »


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Written and performed by Cecily Fay
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Better than most SyFy efforts but still not a good movie
11 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I was interested in seeing Dragon Crusaders because the title was one of those titles that immediately makes you want to see it, as this seemed like my kind of movie, and the cover actually made it look fun. I was also dubious though seeing as it was from SyFy/The Asylum, notorious for making bottom-of-the-barrel type movies.

Seeing Dragon Crusaders for myself, it is not a good movie. However it could have been worse, you could have been watching something like Battle of Los Angeles, Quantum Apocalypse, Alien vs Hunter or Titanic II. Dragon Crusaders is made tolerable by some nice scenery, the tiny swords-woman(played very well by Cecily Fay) who really did kick ass and some good looking dragons, even if I would have liked to have seen more of them.

Conversely, apart from the scenery I could tell Dragon Crusaders was shot on a low budget. The camera shots are haphazard, or at least some of them are, and the costume design while not bad in look were inauthentic in detail, especially with the knights, the heavy red lipstick and the hair extensions, not to mention the sweat pants for the pirates. The dialogue also is never sure whether it wants to be in Old English or in the language of today, this jars with the setting and comes across as stilted.

The action has moments where it is spirited, but overall I found it a little too hectic and eager to please particularly with the tumbling, screaming, kick boxing and wire spinning. There are also goofs that are very noticeable, such as the business with the quiver of arrows for two reasons, one that many are used yet the numbers in the quiver don't change and also where it should be empty but in the next scene it's full. The props are just as jarring as the costuming, they look cheap and seem more at home on a Halloween display than a swords and sorcery tale.

Story-wise it is disappointing, the idea is good but too much time is spent on the action and when something other than that happens it is rushed, a longer length might've sufficed perhaps, so you don't engage with it. The characters are cardboard thin, the direction is sloppy in some scenes and erratic in others and the acting doesn't fare much better, with Dylan Jones an uncharismatic lead and Simon Lloyd Roberts equally unmemorable. Fay is the sole bright spot.

All in all, not a good movie, but if I were to choose between watching this and watching something like Titanic II again, I would pick this easily. 4/10 Bethany Cox

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