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Dragon Kingdom (2018)

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To save their Kingdom from an army of undead, a group of warriors must travel through the forbidden lands fighting the fearsome beasts that call The Dark Kingdom their home.


Simon Wells



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ross O'Hennessy ... Richard
Ben Loyd-Holmes ... George
Rebecca Dyson-Smith ... Princess Elizabeth
Zara Phythian ... Dimia
Jemma Moore ... Freya
Mike Mitchell ... King Xalvador
Jon-Paul Gates ... Prince Favian
Cengiz Dervis ... Retic
Jessica-Jane Stafford ... Gaila
Linda Louise Duan ... Louza
Adrian Bouchet ... James
Silvio Simac ... Thomas
Marc Zammit ... Bryce
Devon White ... Magister
Joe Egan ... Ramsey


Born of fire and magic the Dragons' power is immeasurable. This power could not be harnessed until a Magister used it to spawn an army of fury bloods. Prince Favian of Zaldah filled with anger when King Xalvador named Princess Elizabeth as the next ruler enlisted the Magister's army to take control of the Kingdom. The only people that can stop him and inform the King of Favian's insidious plan are the Princess and her two Knights forming an unlikely alliance with two Katori Warrior Women. Their quest will not be easy as their path is blocked by the fury bloods leaving them no choice but to traverse The Dark Kingdom, a land that swallows all who enter.

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21 December 2018 (UK) See more »

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At the end of the Closing credits its stated; "No animal or demonic creatures were harmed in making of this film" See more »


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Well it is at least better than Knights of the Damned....

...But that's faint praise indeed! There was no sequel advertised at the end of this one so whether the 3rd film in this trilogy ever sees the light of day is not looking good. First the good - . The Dragon was actually decently rendered in this one for an ultra low budget film. . The acting from all {bar Jon Paul Gates who's still stupefyingly awful} was significantly better than in the previous movie. . The monsters were pretty decent bar the blue man group orc rip offs - The Lizard King's Make-up was very good indeed. . The fight choreography though still generally bad was in places almost decent. Now the bad - . The writing is still sub-par even by Asylum standards! . Jon Paul Gates villainous Prince is as I've mentioned above really very bad indeed! . The second Katori warrior woman has not only changed actresses but seemingly changed characters - She's now called "Freya" and I don't see that name anywhere in the first film's credits! . The comic relief spearman is completely wasted - I'm sure he's meant to be a big part of the 3rd movie if that ever gets made but here and in the first movie he's basically pointless padding! . The film still suffers from slow pacing.

My final thoughts - I've seen a lot of bad fantasy movies from the 60s, 70s, 80s right up to Asylum's more recent efforts and this is by no means the worst...That award goes to "Knights of the Damned" and I'm sure most of the people who watched that refused to watch this which is a pity as it's actually much better and if you like low budget fantasy such as Hawk the Slayer, Deathstalker and DragonWars it comes off quite well comparatively. I've also noticed that most of the other reviews here not only don't mentions Knights of the Damned but seem to have not noticed that this is a sequel at all - Lucky them. I suggest they do NOT go back and take in the previous movie unless they're looking for a candidate for worst movie ever made!

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