Knights of the Damned (2017) - Action, Fantasy, Horror

Hohum Score

44

Bearable

The King has sent his best Knights to defeat the Dragon besieging his castle. Along their epic adventure they encounter malicious sirens, warrior women on a mission of revenge and an unstoppable army of the undead. Can they survive?

IMDB: 2.5
Director: Simon Wells
Stars: Ross O'Hennessy, Ben Loyd-Holmes
Length: 84 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 5 out of 31 found boring (16.12%)

One-line Reviews (12)

I felt more on the edge of my seat watching Favian, played fantastically by Jon-Paul Gates, betray his Father and sister Elizabeth than I did for the CG dragon smashing through the castle and eating soldiers.

In spite of all the hate on this board for Knights of the Damned, I watched it anyway and I ENJOYED IT.

There is a clip of the guy slipping on a rock in super slow mo only for it to turn out to be nothing… slipping on a rock….

The whole thing is a complete waste of time unless you're a MASSIVE, MASSIVE fan of independent cinema, in which case you might get a kick out of it if you can overlook the terrible wooden acting from the leads and the intrusive music.

A fun & entertaining fantasy movie .

Would have liked more powerful surround sound to match the intense action.

totally pointless.

Pretty low budget and boring fare about Knights fighting a dragon and zombies.

The zombies were called "fury", generally a better name for a dragon, which made it confusing when I first heard it.

A little tong in cheek and some witty dialogue from the main cast make it an intimate and entertaining film that's thoroughly worth 90 mins out of your day.

This is how I felt about most of the content of this movie thereafter, it shows us something only for it to be pointless.

Save your money, time or bandwidth and watch Conan the Barbarian for the fiftieth time instead.