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Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood (2012)

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While battling the Nottingham Sheriff, Robin Hood and his band of merry men are slain. Distraught over these horrific turn of events Marian and Little John attempt to resurrect Robin and his comrades with disastrous results.


Oliver Krekel


Oliver Krekel (story), Seán Lee (story) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Martin Thon Martin Thon ... Robin Hood
Ramona Kuen Ramona Kuen ... Maid Marian
Kane Hodder ... Little John
Kai Borchardt Kai Borchardt ... Friar Tuck
Dennis Zachmann Dennis Zachmann ... Will Scarlett
Tom Savini ... Sheriff of Nottingham
Claude-Oliver Rudolph ... Guy of Gisbourne
Anika Neubauer Anika Neubauer ... The Witch
Andrea Glowig Andrea Glowig ... The Young Witch
Prashant Prabhakar ... Indian Vendor (as Prashant Jaiswal)
Amrita Cheema Amrita Cheema ... Indian Vendor's Daughter
Oliver Krekel Oliver Krekel ... Vendor 2
Jutta Schaak Jutta Schaak ... Vendor 3
Dave Kaufmann Dave Kaufmann ... Sheriff's Man 1
Julian Fricke Julian Fricke ... Folk at Nottingham Castle


While battling the Nottingham Sheriff, Robin Hood and his band of merry men are slain. Distraught over these horrific turn of events Marian and Little John attempt to resurrect Robin and his comrades. In doing so they inadvertently turned the one-time heroes into the living dead and worse, the ghostly reincarnations are now out for blood. Written by Anonymous

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Whether you're rich or poor, you're not leaving the forest.

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Rated R for bloody violence | See all certifications »

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Robin Hood : The Ghosts of no Budget...
19 December 2012 | by Deliberate_StrangerSee all my reviews

I have to say, I was looking forward to see this movie since I first heard of it. Storyline seemed to be really interesting. Finally I was able to catch the German DVD release of 'Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood' and I must say it was a huge letdown for me. The biggest problem with the movie is It's non existing budget. They shot it in 3D which was probably quite expensive alone but sorry to say, it was just a waste of money and those money could(and should) be spent on something else. You simply can't do a movie set in a medieval times with knights, sword fights etc without the real budget. It's not about putting 4 guys in the armors, give them fake swords and tell to 'make an impression'. I knew from the beginning that It's gonna be really bad movie, when I saw sword fights(well 'fight' is not an accurate word) in the first 5 minutes. There was no choreography whatsoever and it looked so amateurish it hurts. It reminded me various 'castle tournaments' I have seen many times. The difference is, those shows were done for 5 years old kids and no one cared how badly they looked but this is a movie, serious one....well at least it tries to be. IMDb states that budget was around 200 000 euros which is impossible, highly doubt it could be more expensive than 100k, rather less. It was shot in Germany and must I say - locations look great. The forest is really interesting, castle looks cool so does the river but unfortunately the locations and a score are the only good things about this film. Since it was shot in Germany, it has German cast and the director decided to go with English dubbing which unfortunately doesn't work and is superbly annoying. It would work better if the makers would go and hire German actors who could actually speak in English. Most of the cast are amateurs(director's friends I guess) and we have two exceptions. FX Legend Tom Savini plays sheriff of Nottingham and Kane Hodder plays Little John. I know that Savini likes to act in low and no budget movies and to be honest he can even give a nice performance but here, he's just awful like everyone else plus his screen time is extremely limited. Little better can be said about Kane Hodder who also has a strange tendency to appear in a movies as an actor lately. Well, I know he is Jason Voorhees, he is Victor Crowley etc but for God's sake he is a stuntman, without any acting talent. Surprisingly he's probably the best actor in the entire movie. Appears on screen 20 minutes before the end but from then, he is in pretty much each scene. If you are looking for a horror movie, better look somewhere else. It's being promoted as a horror movie but there are very few horror elements in the entire movie. For the most part It's just an adventure movie(boring one) with German woman and gay looking Robin Hood slowly falling for each other. The horror part starts in the last 20 minutes or so. Robin and his pals are turned into flesh eating zombies and run no budget havoc in the forest(which means they don't do anything really). There are few cheap gore tricks and two nice decapitations but It's just non existent for a movie which lasts for almost two hours. I really wanted to like this, I knew It's gonna be low budget but it was beyond bad, mostly because it was boring and English dubbing sucked big time. I know for sure that I won't watch this again in my life. I have seen worse movies but still it was very close to the bottom of filmmaking. I will give it three because of a beautiful locations, nice score and two names which were still kind of relief when compared with dubbed amateurs.

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9 November 2012 (Germany) See more »

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EUR200,000 (estimated)
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