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Jabberwock (2011)

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A courageous but impetuous knight Alec returns to his home village after call from his older brother Francis to care for their ailing father. The brothers' reunion is short-lived as a ... See full summary »

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Steven R. Monroe
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Tahmoh Penikett ... Francis
Kacey Clarke ... Anabel (as Kacey Barnfield)
Raffaello Degruttola ... Cid (as Rafaello Degruttola)
Michael Worth ... Alec
Hugh Ross ... Reginald
Ian Virgo ... Michael
Richard Riddell ... Simon
Steven Waddington ... John
Violeta Markovska Violeta Markovska ... Jocelyn
Stanimir Stamatov Stanimir Stamatov ... Gerard
Hristo Mitzkov Hristo Mitzkov ... Stephen (as Hristo Lyubomirov Mitzkov)
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A courageous but impetuous knight Alec returns to his home village after call from his older brother Francis to care for their ailing father. The brothers' reunion is short-lived as a terrified and half-crazed traveler Cid arrives to warn the villagers of a winged creature with the body of a dragon the head of a gruesome insect and deadly claws. Soon the beast descends upon the peaceful town. Alec draws his sword and the villagers arm themselves. Now the brothers must stand together to save their home and the people they love. Written by Bacteriophag

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Rated R for some bloody images | See all certifications »

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English

Release Date:

10 September 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Jabberwock See more »

Filming Locations:

Bulgaria

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When Francis tells Cid that he is going to help him slay the Jabberwock, Cid tells him that he is sadistic. "Sadistic" was named after the Marquis deSade who lived a few hundred years later, therefore the word was not yet in use. See more »

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Anabel: Kill that damn thing.
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I didn't care for it not one bit... however..
12 January 2019 | by w-n-straussSee all my reviews

Tim-764-291856: The monk, Lewis Carroll's poem "Jabberwocky" does not say the word "Jabberwocky" anywhere in the poem. The young man is warned by his elder to: " "Beware the Jabberwock, my son! The jaws that bite, the claws that catch! Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun The frumious Bandersnatch!"

Carroll was only making a silly, meaningless poem, most likely to amuse his young friend,( whom "Alice Through the Looking Glass" was based upon) thus, the title "Jabberwocky" which has no meaning.

Based solely on your review Tim, I chased this movie down and watched it. Now I wish I could unsee what I saw. I always loved Jabberwocky, it being one of my favorite poems of all time. It is now somewhat ruined by this very lame attempt to create a Jabberwock and slay it on film.


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