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The Warrior and the Sorceress

The Warrior and the Sorceress
Movie: The Warrior and the Sorceress(1984)[tt0088379] The mighty warrior, Kain, crosses the barren wastelands of the planet Ura, where two arch enemies, Zeg and the evil degenerate Balcaz, fight incessantly for control of the village's only well. Kain sees his opportunity and announces that his sword is for hire...but his eyes stay clearly on the beautiful captive sorceress Naja, and his newly awakened purpose. Written byConcorde - New Horizons (with permission).
Title The Warrior and the Sorceress
Release Date 7 September 1984 (USA)
Runtime
Genres Adventure, Fantasy
Production Companies Aries Cinematográfica Argentina, New Horizons Picture
David Carradine
David Carradine...
Kain...
Luke Askew
Luke Askew...
Zeg the Tyrant...
Maria Socas
Maria Socas...
Naja the Sorceress...
Anthony De Longis
Anthony De Longis...
Kief, Zeg's Captain ...
Harry Townes
Harry Townes...
Bludge the Prelate...
Guillermo Marín
Guillermo Marín...
Bal Caz (as Will...
Armando Capo
Armando Capo...
Burgo the Slaver ...
Marcos Woinsky
Marcos Woinsky...
Burgo's Captain ...
Cecilia Narova
Cecilia Narova...
Exotic Dancer (a...

Reviews

johnmorghen on 14 September 2002
So, it's not the latest Merchant-Ivory production. Let's face it, those blokes could certainly learn a thing or two from the Roger Corman school of filmmaking."THE WARRIOR AND THE SORCERESS" has a lot going for it, and bears the distinction of being the only film in motion picture history to ever combine all of the following elements* into a neat 77 minute package AND still manage to pack the kids' lunches, run for Governor of Illinois and pick up last week's dry cleaning all at the same time. What a trooper!*"The following elements"... -- David Carradine -- Tons of naked women -- Sword fights (inept and otherwise) -- Maria Socas running around topless eighty percent of the time -- Cues from James Horner's "HUMANOIDS FROM THE DEEP" score -- Tons of breasts... the friendly kind -- A fat man and his angry lizard (that astounds like no other animatronic, yet immobile angry lizard ever could!) -- A chick with four... count 'em... four tits (beat that Verhoeven!) -- And, of course... David Carradine.What more could you ask for? A blender? This film deserves it's own category. Peplum Film Noir.If you want to send love this Christmas, give 'em "THE WARRIOR AND THE SORCERESS". They'll devour it in 77 minutes flat... and, love you for it, if time permits.

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