Wounded warrior dude comes across a minuscule tribe in hiding. War is upon them so they must go out and find it.


Brent Ryan Green


Jeff Goldberg





Cast overview, first billed only:
William Levy ... Warrior
William Moseley ... Aysel
Serinda Swan ... Zera
Nick E. Tarabay ... Reiken (as Nick Tarabay)
Brett DelBuono ... Nikai
Adam Gregory ... Warrior's Father
Christopher Gutierrez Christopher Gutierrez ... Young Warrior (as Christopher Levy)
Alexandra Harris ... Desert Princess
Robert Grossman ... Emperor
Brent Ryan Green ... Young Evil Emperor
Damon Carney ... King Araiah
Happy Frejo ... Nikai's Mother
Nadia Comaneci ... Queen
Billy Blair ... Azir
Jason Burkhart Jason Burkhart ... Desert Chief


Set in a war-torn land where tribal factions live in fear of annihilation, the film tells the story of a deadly warrior leading a destructive war campaign. When he is betrayed by his own and left for dead, he is healed by a mysterious princess and taken in by a hidden tribe that believes he was chosen to wage a final battle. Written by Screen International

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Filmed in Oklahoma City and Oklahoma's State Park, according to OKC based production company, Toy Guns. See more »


Aysel: If you believe the lie that you're cold, it will be a long night for you.
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13 December 2017 | by andrewpcsmithSee all my reviews

Alternate logline: Once upon a time, two films got together to have a child. Melancholia the mother; Conan the Barbarian the father. Unfortunately, the film they birthed was dropped on it's head during delivery and is now known as The Veil.

Many of the other reviews handled some of the finer details of the film's shortcomings with more precision, but the story is a mess, it's overreaching and underachieving, the stakes seem lacking. One small example that's not a spoiler because it's so early in the film: We're expected to believe this is an alien planet, (or possibly an alternate Earth) but there are no aliens, only a shot in the sky for VFX to support such a thing. There are no likable characters or performances (aside from the old man at the end) and not any humor to speak of other than some painfully long pauses in the middle of fight choreography here and there.

As a couple of pros for the movie: The film's makeup and wardrobes were great. The scenery is fine. It's shot decently.

TLDR; The writing was horrible. It doesn't go anywhere. Watch Conan or Melancholia instead.

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15 April 2017 (Brazil) See more »

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