Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Book of Vole Dorkness

Well, here we are with the third movie.

A new knight of Pelor is knighted, although he's despairing because where's God? The rest of the knights are attacked, and his father is taken, and his only lead is to join a band of cod-evil people. And so begins the slow moral decay of "what do you do in the greater good?"

And aside from name checking Pelor and various items, that's about as D&D as we get. Because this is now 2012, we get a lot darker, and, of course, half-naked women. But at least there is a dragon! Such as it is.

Slightly better production values, especially with the abnormal child creature thing. Better make up too, and realistic effects. ...and I don't recognise any of the actors...

Only marginally D&D, and more like a wannabe dark take on fantasy. Still, with two and three done, there's no way I'm going to go back to the first movie.

There is, of course, no way to see this for yourselves:


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