In ancient times, there were seven sacred scrolls believed to grant power and prosperity to those who possessed them. Prophecy told that a child born in pure Royal blood would one day ...
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In ancient times, there were seven sacred scrolls believed to grant power and prosperity to those who possessed them. Prophecy told that a child born in pure Royal blood would one day harness power and rule over the nations. As men fought to claim the scrolls, Europe was pushed to the brink of war. In order to maintain peace, a Celtic King, the Father of a pure blood child, obtained the scrolls and gave them to the Christian Council for safe keeping. As word of the King's actions spread, a warlord hell - bent on finding the scrolls murdered him in cold blood. And so, the King's Daughter, like the scrolls, was taken into hiding until the day that the prophecy could be fulfilled. Written by
The plot is weak and acting poor. People being chased have no sense of urgency and stop off to have a chat. Actors speak as though reading their lines with little or no emotion. This has to be a contender for the worst film of 2016 and I feel duped that I wasted good money on this DVD. There is far too much CGI and the key characters appear to have walked miles in seconds and on other occasions they walk for days with no food or and yet show no signs of having traveled. This is a complete LARP fest and a very amateur production. I have seen better acting at a pantomime. With a viking that has to hold his nose to go under water and sword play worthy of children play fighting with light sabres this so called horror film is more of a comedy than a serious film. i fully expected it to say, filmed in someones garden in the credits. So called vikings warriors are played as a bunch of wimps. Don't waste your time or money.
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