Wizards Of The Lost Kingdom

  • 1985
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Fantasy

This US-Argentine coproduction is simply a few sword-and-sorcery antics backed by some of the worst so-called special effects to grace a projector in years. King Tylor (Augusto Larreta) and his wizard pal, Wulfrick (Edward Morrow), are killed when bad-guy sorcerer Shurka (Thom Christopher) and turncoat queen Udea (Barbara Stock) decide it's their turn to...read more

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This US-Argentine coproduction is simply a few sword-and-sorcery antics backed by some of the worst so-called special effects to grace a projector in years. King Tylor (Augusto Larreta) and his wizard pal, Wulfrick (Edward Morrow), are killed when bad-guy sorcerer Shurka (Thom Christopher)

and turncoat queen Udea (Barbara Stock) decide it's their turn to rule the mythical land of Axeholme. Wulfrick's son, Simon (Vidal Peterson), takes his strange hairy pet, Gulfax (also played by Morrow), and hightails it out of the area. Shurka sends some magical goons after the lad, convinced

Simon has in his possession a ring of enormous power. Fortunately Simon and Gulfax run into Kor (Bo Svenson), an oft-drunken warrior who still retains some shreds of dignity as well as his skills at swordplay. WIZARDS OF THE LOST KINGDOM relies on fundamental genre elements and bargain-basement

effects to carry its pitiful story, substituting poorly staged action sequences for excitement whenever the film calls for it. Because violence is virtually nonexistent, the movie is acceptable entertainment for children, though even younger viewers will undoubtedly be bored.

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  • Released: 1985
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: This US-Argentine coproduction is simply a few sword-and-sorcery antics backed by some of the worst so-called special effects to grace a projector in years. King Tylor (Augusto Larreta) and his wizard pal, Wulfrick (Edward Morrow), are killed when bad-guy… (more)

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