Medieval knight Lord Gregoire, who has been betrayed by his own advisor and warriors for an abundance of gold and riches, vows that after these traitors revel in ten life-times of excess, he will have his bloody revenge.
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A Medieval Knight resurrects to fulfill his vow and bestow a blood-thirst vengeance upon the kindred spirits of those who betrayed him long ago. In the course of one night, identities will be revealed, destinies met, and a poetic justice of the macabre maniacally served.Written by
In the early morning hours a fire broke out on one of the rigs housing a generator used to power a part of the set. Though major damage occurred to the rig, a backup generator was located and filming continued with only a minimal delay. See more »
I've killed those two over and over and over... and each time has been more enjoyable than the last.
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Written by William Lyall and David Paton
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Well acted, suspenseful and refreshingly unique. A MUST see!!! Bravo!!!
As a woman I was hesitant about the content as I was not sure what to expect. Was I surprised when I sat down to watch it, it had so many elements of many genres that it definitely has a very broad appeal to many audiences. It creatively blended a murder mystery, suspense thriller, touching romance, well choreographed fight scenes set in medieval times, weirdness, comedy, sexiness... The film is well acted and directed by Paul Sampson. It is an amazing feat for a first time director to act, produce and make Mr. Sampson's words come alive as he did in this film. It's one of those rare gems that compel you to watch it again and again as he adds so much nuance that you catch more and more as you watch it again. It would not surprise me if this becomes a cult classic as David Carradine, Billy Drago, Paul Sampson, Max Perlich and Udo Kier really delivered command performances. The film has beautiful scenery and keeps you on the edge of your seat... it has a very creative funny twist at the end. I highly recommend this film as it is very unique, entertaining and suspenseful. Bravo!!!
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