• 电影名称 The Sword and the Sorcerer

  • ——Know you now of days long past, the time when the world was young, when sorcery thrived and wild adventure was forever in the offing. and of this epoch little is known save that which is veiled in the mist of legend. [UK Video]
  • 中文名称 巫术神剑
  •  类型  动作 / 奇幻 / 冒险
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 40 min (100 min) / 1 hr 39 min (99 min) (USA)
  • 上映时间 30 April 1982 (USA)
The main reason this movie was even made was that they wanted it to bein theaters at around the same time as the film "Conan the Barbarian"in 1982. Believe it or not, both films were even released by the samestudio! If the films had been made thirty years earlier, they wouldhave been released as a d...
What's not to like? A great balance among all the elements of what makesfilm fun. Lee Horsley resembles Errol Flynn, and Robert Tessier fills thescreen and steals every scene, as always. Richard Lynch curls his lip alot, the sneering Jay Robinson is on board, and the special effects don'tinterfer...
This movie which came out at around the same time as "CONAN THE BARBARIAN"is the better film. It is a rip-roaring fantasy adventure which has elementsof Harryhausen's "SINBAD" and "JASON" movies,the graphic violence of "CONAN"and a precursor of the humour and dialogue which would permeate T.V's"HERC...
This is a wonderfully well-done feature with top marks for its value insheer fun. If you're not into fantasy, see this anyway as a great swashbuckler a la theErrol Flynn-as-hero genre. (And Lee Horsley even resembles Errol throughoutthis film, which I was fortunate enough to see theatrically at time...
I'll admit right up front that 'Sword And The Sorceror' is NOT a goodfilm or a classic one. It sets its sights too low for that. "S&S" justwants to be a good, cheesy, energetic adventure with lotsa Swords andSorcery and even more "T&A". And in that sense, it is very successful. The lead, Lee Horslee...
"I have a debt to pay" ... for 15 years of viewing pleasure. This film isan absolute joy, untarnished by repeated viewings, sadly overshadowed bySchwarzeneger's vastly inferior Conan movies, and unreasonably criticallytrashed alongside truly terrible contemporary low budget thud and blunderefforts...
When this one came out, Hollywood and the networks were shooting outSword & Sorcery projects as fast as they could get made, hoping to cashin on Dungeons and Dragons game and the Conan flick. Well, aside fromDRAGONSLAYER, SWORD AND THE SORCEROR is the best of them all. WhereCONAN was bloated and sel...
Albert Pyun's minor budgeted sword and sorcery foray is just as amusingnow, as I remembered it to be and one of the better (if not one of thebest) attempts of the over-flooded sub-genre that skyrocketed in the80s. Never does it cop out on the ingredients that make this type ofb-films fun. The wonder...
Ah, this brings back the memories.This was one of the scariest movies I saw when I was young, and one of thebest adventure/d&d movies. Some of the scenes were truly gruesome,especially the big monster bloke with the beating heart. I still remembergrimacing as the hero puts his hand on the tree and o...
If I were to say the name "Albert Pyun", chances are pretty good you'ddraw a blank. "Cyborg"? Uhh, isn't that a Van Damme film or something?Yeah. "Radioactive Dreams"? Cult movie from the 80s maybe? Sci-fi? Yup.Same guy as this Conan ripoff? Yup. And over 40 other films in lessthan 30 years. Man's b...
The titular sword is indeed an inventive piece of fantasy-scenery, asit's a gigantic and three-bladed weapon that fires off daggers to killthe carrier's enemies from a distance. The sorcerer, however, is just alittle bit of a disappointment since he – Xusia – only appears brieflyin the fil...
Lee Horsley (Easily the most likable barbarian warrior) stars as Talona mercenary hired to save the brother of a rebel princess, the rewardof course is one night with that said rebel princess and so armed witha spring loaded sword which shoots out (Also looks heavy as hell) Talontakes on Titus(Richa...
(POSSIBLE SPOILERS - Although only if you've never watched a film in yourlife...)Lately I've been watching a rather unhealthy number of low-budget`Fantasy'films - everything from Barbarian Queen to Sisterhood. This film evidentlyhad more money in the coffers than the aforementioned films but it neve...
I grew up in the 80's and the first genre as well as my second favoriteis fantasy. This was a perfect decade for it because the fantasy genreback then was a new trend and rapidly on the rise from games, toys, TVshows, and movies. This under the radar cult gem was one of the onesthat popped out, and ...
The early 80's were a great time for fantasy films and that eraproduced many of my favorites including, Conan The Barbarian, Clash OfThe Titans, Excalibur, The Beastmaster and this film as well. The SwordAnd The Sorcerer is a bit more lighthearted than the above pictures andthe tone is very tongue i...
TV's Matt Houston - Lee Horsley (who bears an uncanny likeness to ErrolFlynn) stars in this entertaining tale of swords and sorcery as thedashing hero Prince Talon who's out to avenge the death of his parentsat the hands of the evil King Cromwell (played by perennial B-movie'baddie' Richard Lynch)Ba...
As the best of all the bad fantasy films produced in the early 80's,The Sword and the Sorcerer was a mild hit at the box office. I'vewatched this film countless times over the years, and its effect onme is every bit as strong as an adult, as it was when I was aboy.While not the highest-budgeted fan...
It's one of those movies which are not easy to forget due to its uniqueentertaining atmosphere that sometimes really hits the ceiling.This old and "outdated" horror/action flick has extremely well madespecial effects. Without modern technology, that is so polished intoday's movies (take "Lord of the...
Ill-advised attempt to blend sword and sorcery with traditionalswashbuckling motifs (despite some superficial similarities, they'retwo very different sort of stories.) Lee Horseley, of all people,starts as the hero, a swashbucklingsoldier-of-fortune-rogue-but-still-likable type who gets involved int...
At the end during the credits there is basically something that says thereis going to be a sequel, but there never was one. Kind of surprising theydidn't considering this made 39 million back in 1982 which was a good taketo say the least for that time. Considering it was rated R and didn't haveany...
For fans of the sub-genre sword and sorcery. This movie is catered tothe fantasy loving, role-playing types of audiences so it is not foreveryone. Do not expect the movie to be a good, well made movie becauseit is not. However, it is fun for those that like these types of films.In retrospect, the mo...
I have fond memories of watching this on Video ( yes remember video )back in the late 80s or early 90s. It is worth watching if only to seethe incredibly beautiful Kathleen Beller naked in all her glory but thefilm itself is pure escapism of the type that thrilled me when watchingZorro or some other...
I saw this when it came out. I was a kid,but somethings you neverforget. Lee Horsley pulled off a nice job, and sells the English accentquite well for a Texas born guy. Talon: Born leader,born loner. Amercenary that proves chivalry is not quite dead. I have been waitingfor the sequel to this for alm...
I don't like Lee Horsley, didn't like him on TV and not in his otherfilms, which mercifully were few. That having been said this film is socorny while still a good action adventure-fantasy that it becomes aguilty pleasure. Again the sound score was just unusual enough to helpmake the film and the su...
Yes, this movie was corny and cheesy. No, it wasn't Henry V, or Gonewith the Wind. So what. It was an over the top action/adventure/swordand sorcery flick. With plenty of double entendre lines, over the topbad guys, scantily dressed women, action galore. This is a guy's flick.Pure hokum. And fun to ...
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