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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





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 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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Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

21 December 2018 (UK) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Simon Wells: dead Quatch. 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 »


Follows Knights of the Damned (2017) See more »

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Truly pathetic!
25 January 2019 | by crusadermagnusSee all my reviews

Ive been in several big budget films and a bunch of low budget and student films and of course watched thousands. Ive never seen worse.

As suggested elsewhere, they did in fact sneak into heritage reconstruction sites to film or got permission. I've been in that very village I believe.

They dont even bother to try to hide the 21st century signs though they do film from the back side of them but you can clearly see their shape and the modern bolts.

Even worse as they enter the first village look to the left of the screen as they pass the very small shed thats the size of a one man toll booth.

Plainly visible on the door is a modern calendar with a picture of a slice of pie on the top.

Then the circular seating area on their left as they enter is clearly made of planks sitting on modern concrete blocks.

Perhaps worse still. Look at any seem with farm animals and take not of the modern wire fencing.

It just gets worse and worse.

The acting is so incredibly lame, especially the pathetic troll called Prince Favian.

They should be ashamed they wasted their resources on this when 100 bucks of stage muslin could have fixed all the stuff I mentioned other than the acting.

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