A mercenary with a three-bladed sword rediscovers his royal heritage's dangerous future when he is recruited to help a princess foil the designs of a brutal tyrant and a powerful sorcerer in conquering a land.
In a dark epoch of sorcery, the murderous megalomaniac, King Titus Cromwell, awakens the demonic necromancer, Xusia of Delos, to usurp the throne of the benevolent King Richard of Eh-Dan, enslaving his daughter, and forcing into exile his youngest son, Talon. One violent decade later, Talon--now a great warrior wielding a magnificent triple-bladed sword--returns hell-bent on revenge, unbeknownst to him, however, that the evil sorcerer is alive, gathering his strength for the ultimate battle. Will the dauntless adventurer restore peace to the long-suffering kingdom? Is this the return of the lost prince?Written by
This film is one I can watch only on those rainy Sundays where you don't want to go outside. I really remember this film though me and my friends just loved that 3 bladed sword when we were young. The sequel never happened cause someone connected to getting this one died.
This film has to many flaws to list, but it is classic 80's cheese in the tradition of Red Sonya, Conan the Destroyer, and a bunch of other bad 80's adventures. I'll never forget it though, Richard Moll as the demon covered in blood, our hero escaping from the bad guys after being crucified on that wheel only to kick butt with a 3 bladed sword that looks like it weighs about 100 pounds. Lee Horsley makes this film though, he has enough charisma to be the only high point in the film.
Everything else in the film with the exception of the T&A is outdated (T&A never goes out of style) the whole thing looks really bad by today's standards. Yes I must admit I enjoy watching this from time to time. I won't lie here and say it was a good film even for the time but still real adventure films don't get made anymore and it can be a nice nostalgia piece.
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