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Wizards of the Demon Sword (1991)

The story centers on the battle for the mythical Sword of Aktar and its kidnapped keeper Ulric. But for a few stop-motion prehistoric creatures, the heroic Thane must save a beautiful ... See full summary »

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Lord Khoura
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Ulric
Blake Bahner ...
Thane
Heidi Paine ...
Melina
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Damon
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Omar (as Jay Richardson)
Dawn Wildsmith ...
Selena
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Slave Master
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Highway Man #1
Bill Edwards ...
Highway Man #2
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The Seer
Dan Golden ...
Gorgon
Hank Levy ...
Jailor
Heather Wilk ...
Virgin
Gladys Jennett ...
Mother (as Gladys Jenett)
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The story centers on the battle for the mythical Sword of Aktar and its kidnapped keeper Ulric. But for a few stop-motion prehistoric creatures, the heroic Thane must save a beautiful princess from the evil wizard, Lord Khoura. Along his epic journey he must face sadistic slave traders, deadly dinosaurs and hellish highwaymen as he struggles to posses the all-powerful blade of Aktar---The DEMON SWORD! Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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A mystical sorceress... a magical sword... the adventure of a lifetime.


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Rated R for some nudity and violence | See all certifications »
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Its hard to disappoint me with a medieval fantasy...
19 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

I don't know what it is about Fred Olen Ray. I hate his movies, but I always buy them thinking the next one will be a winner. He is notorious for the most annoying giant monster encounters ever. Hmmm, let me see if I can explain this... Man says "hey look at that monster over there!" camera cuts to giant monster then back to man "I wouldn't want to mess with him!". Giant monster in his movies never interact with normal sized men. I hate that! Why even put them in the movie?! If you must see a Fred Olen Ray picture, watch Phantom Empire.


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