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Viking Siege (2017)

During a wild night of debauchery, a gang of vengeful women plot to massacre a monastery full of corrupt monks who sold their loved ones as slaves. Their plan comes unstuck when a gang of ... See full summary »

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Jack Burton

Writers:

Philip Dyas (co-writer), Alastar Kirton (co-writer)
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Credited cast:
Michelle McTernan Michelle McTernan ... Aetheled
Sarah Driver Sarah Driver ... Daisy
James Groom ... Lord Osmund
Adam McNab Adam McNab ... Translator
Jamie O'Hara Jamie O'Hara ... Thief
Michael Geary ... Bjargsmar
Alan Booty Alan Booty ... Brother Silas
Phil Deguara Phil Deguara ... Brother Thaddeus
Rosanna Hoult ... Seren
Richard Sandling ... Jarndyr
Craig Russell ... Davin
Owain Rhys Davies ... Captain Howe
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rasheeda Ali Rasheeda Ali ... Dancing Girl
Billy Bilham Billy Bilham ... Lord Guard
Sean Bingham ... Lord Guard
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During a wild night of debauchery, a gang of vengeful women plot to massacre a monastery full of corrupt monks who sold their loved ones as slaves. Their plan comes unstuck when a gang of marauding Vikings arrive with an army of vicious, tree-like demons on their tail.. Written by Tornado

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Vikings, monsters, babes and comedy
4 January 2018 | by lloydybSee all my reviews

A medieval romp with a posse of vengeful women (from a statistically unlikely village that contains only gorgeous females) planning to kill the monks who enslaved their relatives. Throw in the local Lord in the wrong place at the wrong time, Kung Foo and some double hard Vikings with a mysterious secret and you have the ingredients of a belter of a movie. The effects are average but its a humorous and well paced film able to keep you engrossed throughout. Its not thought provoking, have a subtle script or give strong characterisation but its does not mean to. Its provides enjoyable escapism and it would be pretentious to compare it to some art house play. People who value this sort of film will have fun and those who do not shouldn't watch. Its not great but with a bigger budget it might have been and it is most certainly not a waste of time.


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Release Date:

26 December 2017 (UK) See more »

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Attack of the Tree Beasts See more »

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$393
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