Dark Kingdom

I keep seeing the ads for “Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King” on the sci fi network premiering Monday, March 27th — a dragon slayer, a two strong warrior women, a ring of fire — Nibelungenlied? Yep, after further investigation, I called that one correctly. I’ll definitely be watching that; my ancestors are Rhinelanders.

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  1. Richard

    Certainly “Dark Kingdom” is a takeoff on “Ring of the Nibelungenlied,” which in turn was based on tales of Attila the Hun in the 5th Century, but it has a lot of Wagnerian Ring Cycle elements too. All in all nicely done, though it could have used some operatic music, and maybe a few references guiding viewers to the originals. (And I always thought Seigfried was bigger than that….)

  2. vivien stewart

    I saw the trailer of Dark Kingdom and need to know what channel is going to broadcast it for Latin America `cause I´m living there because of my job

  3. Herb Jenkins III

    Very good movie, and Kristanna Loken looked hot as a Norse. The movie was very well put together. 2 Thumbs up.

  4. Steve S.

    Wonderful! I will watch it many times.
    Thank you to all who played a part in bringing this story to film.
    Steve S.

  5. Snuggles

    Awesome movie!!! Did anyone watch it on the SciFi channel on the 28th? If so, did anyone catch any of the commercials in between? There was a cool commercial about swords and the likes, even listed a web address, but of course, I didn’t write it down. If you know what I’m talking about, please send me a message and share the info with me.

  6. Troy Fullerton

    Great movie, i did not like the ending, too sad.

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