Episode 86


Published on: 11th March, 2021

If you love the idea of Lord of the Rings meets Arthurian legend meets Star Wars meets Dungeons and Dragons, then Krull is right up your alley....

While it's a movie with recognisable flaws, that doesn't mean my love for it is lessened in any way. Prince Colwyn's quest to save his Princess Lyssa from the evil Beast in the Black Fortress will always hold a very special place in my heart, despite the infanticide, the gruesome character deaths and the Slayers' brain worms.

Seriously, those brain worms are nightmare fuel!

Krull is a really special movie for me, it has a wonderful James Horner score, gorgeous special effects and character design, and ultimately the power of love will always defeat absolute evil. Who cares about script and character development?! Right?!

I would love to hear your thoughts on Krull!



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