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Dawn of the Dragonslayer (2011)

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After Will's father is killed by a dragon, he embarks on an epic journey to seek vengeance against the vicious monster.

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Anne K. Black (as Anne Black)

Writers:

Anne K. Black (as Anne Black), Kynan Griffin | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Richard McWilliams ... Will Shepherd
Nicola Posener ... Kate Sterling
Philip Brodie ... Rogan Ap Cynan
Ian Cullen ... Baron Sterling
Maggie Daniels Maggie Daniels ... Lady Spriggs
Michael O'Flaherty Michael O'Flaherty ... Crow
Anthony Murphy Anthony Murphy ... Tom
Adam Johnson ... Lance
Nick Devlin ... Sam
Ciaran O'Grady ... Dirth
Lemuel Black ... Baron DeGuilbert
Louie Rodriguez Louie Rodriguez ... Sheep Herder
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When Will's father is killed by a dragon, he embarks on an epic journey filled by vengeance that leads him to an ancestral home which he stays at and works for the tyrannical Sterling in order to learn how to slay the beast. While he is training, he befriends Sterling's daughter Kate, and Sterling becomes increasingly suspicious of and threatened by Will. He orders his men to kill him but Will escapes. Now Will must evade Sterling's men whilst trying to avenge his father. Written by FridayToker

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some crude humor and dialogue | See all certifications »

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Goofs

Shortly before the dragon lands, Kate approaches with a white horse but in the next shot she binds a brown horse to a tree. See more »

Crazy Credits

After the credits, the phrase "OMNIA VINCINT AMOR" appears. (This means "love conquers all" in Latin.) See more »

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Featured in The Big Picture: February 2012 (2012) See more »

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This film seems to be love-it-or-hate-it, with few people in between.
29 November 2012 | by snakepawsSee all my reviews

For those interested in a fantasy epic akin to Lord of the Rings, with huge battles and action sequences, you may want to give this one a pass and stop reading here. If you don't mind a medieval romance film with a hint of fantasy and a dragon, then this might be for you.

The writing is good, and the sets and wardrobe are also well done. The filming locations in Ireland are breathtaking. The actors and actresses suit their roles, and the chemistry between the leads is fantastic. Their on-screen relationship blossoms naturally, without feeling forced.

Despite what some people on here may groan about with regard to the special effects, the dragon is actually quite good. It doesn't have that typical "SyFy Original" feel to it. But it doesn't have that Hollywood-budget finesse either.

You can tell this was a passion-film, with all persons involved working to make a quality film they could be proud to release with the budget and equipment they had to work with. The IMDb score does not reflect the true quality of Dawn of the Dragonslayer. My rating of 7/10 is based on this film alone, and not my feelings for it when compared to other films.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

25 September 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Paladin: Dawn of the Dragonslayer See more »

Filming Locations:

Ireland

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