Written by Ben Loyd-Holmes, James Morelli-Green. While the Fury make-up is basic, it is suitable. The King is a big part of this movie because he wants to lock everyone out and have them ravaged by the zombies so he can live. No, it is much more interested in the leads standing around and talking about their current predicament than showing them doing anything about it. Knights Of The Damned 2018 Directed by Simon Wells. I mean how does something this amateurish and sad even get funded or distributed? It's like someone once heard a fantasy film described to them and thought, 'I can do that'. Well, adding zombies is a start.
That very night one of them had an up-close and personal experience with a Fury, receiving a festering bitemark as a parting gift. Every time the horde of walking dead show up, the leads need to comment on how unnatural and vile they are. The life of a film reviewer eh? Onward they went on their dragon quest and made a pit stop at a local inn to eat and get some rest, though it was clearly evident that they were not welcome by many of the patrons of the establishment. Understand there's a sequel in the works? After careful inspection it doesn't say from award winning producer. Don't worry dear, I'm right here in case you don't kill it armed with a knife? The Good The Bad and the Ugly or Total Recall I would rate high. United as one, the knights made a getaway by slicing and dicing Furies galore in their haste to reach the castle doors. I was most impressed by the visuals, the dragon is really cool and there are some impressive shots across dramatic landscapes which makes me wonder where they filmed this!.
Dimia Zara Phytian is wary of the knights at first, but Isabel Kate Marie Davies , the leader, sees how they can help one another. The problem with tackling a low-budget fantasy film about dragons is how ubiquitous they are. The Asylum made a movie titled merely Dragon , along with Dragonquest and Dragon Crusaders. Dialogue written by a three year old. The acting is ho-hum and there is too few action beats to be rousing. They must have spent the twenty they had for a budget on a twelve pack instead of expenses.
Rarely do you get to see so much packed into a movie without it feeling forced, it is all very natural for a dragon movie. Knights of the Damned still. The next paragraph contains the spoilers. This film was bloody awful. Or something in a specific genre like western or sci fi. The biggest moment and shock in the film was that it's the first in a trilogy or at least it thinks it is.
The odd use of some sort of Chinese spear by someone in western gear also stuck out as particularly jarring! A film is only as good as it's villain. I also can't believe they were that worried about marking their furniture that they had green baize on the bottom of some of the cups. With the trance broken, Richard comments on the dark magic used for such a spell. The cover looks amazing, really was hoping to have an amazing movie with my family but we were all disappointed. Word was out in the village about the Fury, and the tale of these walking dead piqued the knights interest. And the accompanying special effects? Just avoid it or rinse your eyes with bleach afterwards.
Knights of the Damned follows knights, obviously, who go out to try and fight a dragon that is terrorising their kingdom. Why they were cast, who knows?! Which would in result have fired the film towards an easy 8-10 stars!! It pretty much does what it says on the tin. It wasn't believable and it was obvious that it wasn't. The starting scene of the film is great and reveals the overall theme of the movie - knights, dragons and lots of action. They just talk in circles, so very little information is given about anyone.
Save your money, time or bandwidth and watch Conan the Barbarian for the fiftieth time instead. And taking into consideration the obvious low budget and marketing strategy, it wasn't great but it was enjoyable. Let it be known that these are not just any knights: they are the best of the best handpicked by the king himself for this daunting mission. The king handpicks his twelve strongest knights to track and kill the dragon terrorizing the kingdom. Good grief man what were you thinking? Do they have what it takes to complete their mission and will they uncover the mysterious truth behind their journey? Casablanca, On the Waterfront, The Godfather, Amadeus, even Raiders of the Lost Ark. None of the actors, if you can call them that, had the talent of your local thespian playhouse. Plastered all over the cover that it's award winning producer of Game of Thrones etc.
But you can't polish a turd, and that dialogue was a steaming pile of it. There was loads of stock footage of bears and wolves in completely different environments adding nothing to the story if you can call it that , just put in there for the trailer perhaps. There are Sirens who don't sing and some female warriors. It's not an Oscar masterpiece but if you like fantasy then it's definitely worth a watch as a fun and entertaining movie. There is a clip of the guy slipping on a rock in super slow mo only for it to turn out to be nothing slipping on a rock.
No need to worry about the dead knight for long because a man who looks like a voodoo witch doctor brings him and other dead people back to life so we can have knights, zombies, and dragons. Stopping for the night at an inn, the knights encounter a band of warrior women, who are also trying to save their homeland. The film follows the Knights on an epic journey and I think the storyline is pretty good, it moves at a good pace which kept me hooked and the action scenes are shot well. The dialogue, acting, and fight choreography was laughable. However, they met up with a lively group of Amazon-like warrior women and had a blast of a night drinking and carousing until a brawl broke out. Would have liked more powerful surround sound to match the intense action.