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Mythica: The Godslayer (2016)

As the Lich King's zombie legions ravage the world, Marek, a cursed young sorceress, embarks on a quest to obtain a weapon from the gods, with her friend Dagen, a self-serving half-elf ... See full summary »


John Lyde




Cast overview, first billed only:
Melanie Stone ... Marek
Adam Johnson ... Thane
Matthew Mercer ... Szorlok
Jake Stormoen ... Dagen
Bailee Michelle Johnson ... Young Woman (as Bailee Johnson)
Nicola Posener ... Teela
Christopher Robin Miller ... Hammerhead
Cooper Daniel Johnson Cooper Daniel Johnson ... Page (as Cooper Johnson)
Clint Vanderlinden ... General Argus
Paris Warner ... Zombie Girl
Ethan Hunt Ethan Hunt ... Young Man
James C. Morris ... Anxious Peasant (as James Christian Morris)
Randall Malin Randall Malin ... Zombie Dad
James Martin James Martin ... General Roghar
Andy Jones Andy Jones ... Grim Peasant


As the Lich King's zombie legions ravage the world, Marek, a cursed young sorceress, embarks on a quest to obtain a weapon from the gods, with her friend Dagen, a self-serving half-elf rogue. But when she joins her sworn enemy in a desperate attempt to save the world, she must recover the good in herself before her friends are all dead, and defeat the Lich King before the gods are destroyed and the world forever enslaved.

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Follows Mythica: The Iron Crown (2016) See more »


I Will Stay With You
Performed by Iris Walker
Music by James Schafer
Lyrics by Bil Gaines
Published by Arrowstorm Publishing (ASCAP)
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The twilight of the gods

The first film, 'Mythica: A Quest for Heroes', was not a bad movie but with some major debits and not an awful lot special about it. It was watchable if on the mediocre side if anything. Its first sequel 'Mythica: The Darkspore' quality-wise is about the same (though with a couple of improvements), watchable with nothing to get angry or excited about.

Didn't care for the mediocre 'Mythica: The Necromancer', and while an improvement 'Mythica: The Iron Crown' was average with me having mixed feelings on it. This film, the fifth in the series, 'Mythica: The Godslayer' was not bad at all. Not great by all means and could have been better, but it is definitely the best of the follow-ups and quite possibly the best of the series.

More is done right than wrong. 'Mythica: The Godslayer' is nicely photographed generally and more focused in terms of camera work and the scenery is sweeping and boasts some colour and atmosphere. Costumes and sets allow one to get suitably, if not fully, immersed in the fantasy world that is being portrayed.

Acting is better than average. Melanie Stone is good in the lead role, and the character is engaging and well-rounded. The only exception is Kevin Sorbo going through the motions.

'Mythica: The Godslayer's' music score is stirring and fits reasonably well. There is a little more maturity in the writing, the film goes at a lively pace, there is a real sense of charm and wonder and it starts really well.

However, the special effects do look ropey, the worst of them distractingly bad. The action is variable, some of it excites, others are still too clumsy and safe.

Regarding the script, it's still a bit trite and could have explained things much more, things can be cheesy and vague. The story, although it starts really well, can feel simplistic and too thin at times, not doing an awful lot new with a not too original premise. The hammer of Tek stuff is a bit vague.

The characters are never annoying and they are relatively likeable, but the main character is the only properly developed or interesting one. The villain especially is very underdeveloped, didn't learn much, felt little if any sense of threat and motivations are not always clear.

Overall, not bad at all. 6/10 Bethany Cox

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