Great Britain. 150AD. When four messengers sent by Rome to a plague infected Caledonia, with a message of peace and help for their King, go missing Rome has no choice but to send ten of their finest across Hadrian's Wall to find and bring them back. Led by their Captain, Domitius, (George McCluskey, "The Zombie King"), and two of their strongest warriors, Grackus, (Stuart Brennan, "Risen") and Nerva, (Mark Paul Wake, "Plan Z"), the legion soon realise that what lays in wait for them is something much worse than any plague or army known to man - And with them being picked off one by one on their journey back to the wall by a beast none of them can match, and survival being their only hope, will there be anyone left to warn Rome of the dangers it may now face. Fight For Rome. Fight For Caesar. Fight To Survive.
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How was this shown at a multiplex?!
Let's start with the positives: there was a very clear shot of the moon - a crisp, clear image, the score had musical instruments in it and the beards looked real. It's not very long.
Other than that....every thing about this was just plain bad. Awful. If an infinite number of monkeys etc could blah blah Shakespeare, one monkey with half a crayon and a piece of cardboard and a hangover would be embarrassed to have written this. And the director may not even have been an animal. A houseplant, perhaps? Each actor said their monkey-written lines in turn, then a pause, then the next actor says something daft. This wasn't even so bad it's quite funny. I can't say anymore because writing this is making me remember the film which is making me feel tired and cold inside.
If you're at home and looking for a way to pass some time and the choice is this or unblocking a septic tank with your bare hands, good luck and wear safety glasses...
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