Dungeonmaster

  • 1985
  • Movie
  • PG-13
  • Adventure, Fantasy

This dumb sword-and-sorcery film involves Jeffrey Byron, a young computer whiz who develops a super computer that he communicates with via a pair of special glasses. Richard Moll, the dark lord of an alternate universe, zaps Byron and his girl friend, Leslie Wing, into his own world to take on the computer as a test of his own powers. Byron and Wing are...read more

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This dumb sword-and-sorcery film involves Jeffrey Byron, a young computer whiz who develops a super computer that he communicates with via a pair of special glasses. Richard Moll, the dark lord of an alternate universe, zaps Byron and his girl friend, Leslie Wing, into his own world to

take on the computer as a test of his own powers. Byron and Wing are then subjected to seven challenges. Cheap is the word for this measly epic, and the main cost-cutting device was to limit the action to just 73 minutes. No less than seven directors worked on the film, each helming one challenge.

None of the episodes is especially exciting, and they are all so brief that very little depth can be found in any of them. The film was presold to various markets as a showcase for special effects, but none of the effects is especially convincing, and all were done on a tiny budget.

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  • Released: 1985
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: This dumb sword-and-sorcery film involves Jeffrey Byron, a young computer whiz who develops a super computer that he communicates with via a pair of special glasses. Richard Moll, the dark lord of an alternate universe, zaps Byron and his girl friend, Lesl… (more)

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