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The Lords of Magick (1989)

A pair of sorcerer brothers from 10th-century England show up in modern-day California and wreak havoc.


David Marsh




Cast overview, first billed only:
Jarrett Parker Jarrett Parker ... Michael Redglen
Mark Gauthier Mark Gauthier ... Ulric Redglen
Brendan Dillon Jr. Brendan Dillon Jr. ... Salatin
David Snow David Snow ... Tommy
Devon Pierce Devon Pierce ... Princess Luna (as Ruth Zakarian)
Candy Galvane Candy Galvane ... Ellen (as Candace Galvane)
John Clark ... The King
Clement von Franckenstein ... Edgar (as Clement St. George)
Robert Ankers Robert Ankers ... Merlin
Richard Rifkin Richard Rifkin ... The Corpse
Robert Hopper Robert Hopper ... Tavern Keeper
Rene' St. Peter Rene' St. Peter ... Prostitute
Debbie Davis Debbie Davis ... Pea Princess
Robert Axelrod ... Pea Prince
Fred Asparagus Fred Asparagus ... Theatre Performer


A pair of sorcerer brothers from 10th-century England show up in modern-day California and wreak havoc.

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An evil sorcerer has captured the beautiful princess. To free her, two brothers must join forces in the adventure of a lifetime. They are... See more »


Fantasy | Comedy


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Release Date:

12 June 1989 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Czarnoksieznicy See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Marsh International Films See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo


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Did You Know?


Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism were hired as extras for this film, because they could supply their own costumes. They taught the stars to sing "The Ball of Carranmore". See more »


In the opening credits, Devon Pierce is billed as "The Princess". On the end credits, she is billed as "Lina". however, she is referred to as "Luna" in the dialogue with several references to an association with the moon. See more »


Ulric Redglen: [Upon passing a prostitute in the street] No! Ulric, stray not from thy sworn duty! There are many temptations in this land, but thou shalt have time for none of them... until later. Then thou can hump thy ass off!
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Featured in The Spoony Experiment: Lords of Magick (2011) See more »

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So bad it's hilarious
3 January 2005 | by soneil12See all my reviews

My friends & I went to the video library once in the hopes of getting a blood & guts action film. We were thinking something along the lines of Conan or one of it's many 80s clones. What we got was this film. At first we were groaning over how bad it was. Then we ended up laughing at how bad it was. There was one part we rewound and watched at least half a dozen times because we were rolling on the floor laughing at the bad special effects when a zombie was run through with a sword. Since then I've got it out from the video library many time to show other people for a laugh. Not many films are good because they're bad but this one is. An absolute must for drunken parties!

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