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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
First of all, I got to wondering why a coven of evil monks would abduct most everyone in a village except for the 19-20 year old babes in leather bra armor. And then it occurred to me that the reason was they did not want to get skewered and shishkabobbed.
The gals all had athletical bods, so I figured they must be gymnists and such, but there are three stunt women listed in the credits, so I guess they did most of the body slams, flips and so on, not the athletical looking actresses
Most of the movie was done in one large room, but U don't really notice this because of the sword fights, fist fights, monster fights, explosions, ninjitsu etc.
Despite what some of the reviews say, the acting is pretty good, good enough to make me think the makers of this movie held auditions, or at least insisted the actos have experience in acting from somewhere. A few of the fight scenes were grusome, and every babe in leather bra armor was worth any 2-3 bad guys, if not more.
The movie really isn't meant to be a comedy, the acting is serious, but when a viewer starts thinking about the movie, U can't help but do some chuckling.
I think this whole crew given a budget and a well thought out script would turn out a decent kick ass movie.
The movie was made in Wales, and I think any guy who likes action movies will enjoy this. Gals will probably be put off by it, but with that being said, seeing young women taking down corrupt monks (some fight back viciously), taking on killer zombie like tree monsters, and going face to face with norsemen may just appeal to some modern female viewers.
The death scenes with blood spewing out of mouths kind of got old, and I started wondering where the primary female protagonist was getting all her bolts from, but I guess if a standard hollywood shoot em up can have a pistol that shoots 80 times w/o reloading, then Wales can have their miniature bolt thrower w/ bolts appearing out of thin air by god. There was no flying around in the fight scenes, so it definitely is a step up from 99 % of all asian sword fight movies.
Got no idea why it is called "viking siege", but I would not be able to think of a name for this movie, guess the makers of it couldn't either.
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