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Curse of The Dragon Slayer AKA Saga: Curse of The Shadow (2013)

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When I saw the cover art for "Curse of The Dragon Slayer", images popped in my head of every generic fantasy B movie I have seen over the years. At a closer look, the plot really didn't sound like it involved dragons at all, which usually is a bad sign considering the title. Despite the potential of wasting time on it, I gave it a watch and I have to say I was actually surprised with how good it turned out to be.


Plot Summary: Medieval knight Keltus and elfin bounty hunter Nemyt trail a sinister secret cult conspiring to unleash the god of the undead from the underworld.
I'll admit the generic sounding plot didn't help stop my initial fears about this movie, but my thoughts changed within the first few minutes of watching. Yes it is still a simple and straightforward story, and yes it has all the cliches you would expect from a fantasy film, but to be honest that's kinda what made it so fun. This film felt like a role playing game come to life and it embrace…

Netflix Recommendations (June 12 2014)

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Looking for something to watch? Here are some of my picks currently streaming on Netflix..

Documentary
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Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy- An outstanding documentary that takes a look at the the Nightmare on Elm Street series, as well as how it helped build New Line Cinema into the power house studio it is today. With cast interviews and behind the scenes footage, Its a must watch for fans of the franchise and horror films in general.

Television

Star Trek: Enterprise - While I never was a big fan of Star Trek, this series actually grabbed my interest. It not only shows the human race's desire for adventure and exploration, it does so in a manner that is exciting and fun. With a great cast of actors lead by Scott Bakula and Jolene Blalock this one is worth giving a chance, even for general Sci Fi fans.

Action

Drunken Master- This is one that I've only recently viewed, but I have to say out of all the Jackie Chan films I've watched this might be my favorite. It has fast pac…