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Outlander (2008)

'From the Producer of...' Always a sure sign of quality.
‘From the Producer of…’ Always a sure sign of quality.

“It destroyed his world. He won’t let it destroy ours.”

Directed by Howard McCain
Starring Jim Caviezel, Sophia Myles, Jack Huston, John Hurt and Ron Perlman

A spaceship crashes in Iron Age Norway. The only surviving crew member, Kainan (Caviezel) goes on the hunt for the creature that killed his crewmates and caused the crash, an alien predator called the Moorwen. Captured by the local Vikings, Kainan is forced to integrate in order to gain their help and prevent them suffering the same fate as his own colony.

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Blade II (2002)

I have no idea if this is a workable guard. It looks uncomfortable.
I have no idea if this is a workable guard. It looks uncomfortable.

“One man still has the edge”

Directed by Guillermo del Toro (I shit ye not)
Starring Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson and Ron Perlman

Two years after the events of the first Blade, the titular Daywalker (Snipes) pursues his relentless crusade against the vampires. He has a new weaponsmith, but seeks for his original mentor Whistler (Kristofferson), retconned into a partly-vampirised captive. Soon, however, a new enemy threatens humans and vampires alike.

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Season of the Witch (2011)


“All Hell will break loose”

Directed by Dominic Sena
Starring Nicholas Cage, Ron Perlman and Claire Foy

Two war-weary crusaders are charged with escorting a witch to a remote monastery, where she can be tried and the plague with which she has cursed the land dispelled.

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In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (2007)


“Rise and Fight”

Directed by Uwe Boll
Starring Jason Statham, John Rhys Davies, Ron Perlman, Clare Forlani and Burt Reynolds

When his community is destroyed by rampaging Krugs – beast-like primates who have somehow acquired weapons and organisation, Farmer the Farmer (Statham) sets out to rescue his captured wife (Forlani) and avenge his murdered son. Meanwhile, the King (Burt Reynolds, I shit you not) and his magus Merick (Rhys Davies) must content with dual power grabs by the weasely Duke Fallow (Matthew Lillard) and the malevolent magus Gallian (Ray Liotta).

Hijinks ensue, featuring as many Lord of the Rings knock-offs as they could muster and no fewer than three sets of tree ninjas.

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