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Mythica – Godslayer – 2016

This is the fifth Mythica movie. I have previously written about the other here. As far as I know, this is the final film in the series and it makes sense. The ending is logical and falls well inside the fantasy sphere. You know the constant struggle between good and evil. There’s a definite ending awaiting here. Of course, if the money is right, the industry could revive the story and squeeze out another part....

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Mythica – The Iron Crown – 2016

You can tell that the plot really thickens in this fourth movie about Mythica. The evil Necromancer get’s even more powerful and a lot of other stuff going on makes it obvious that we near the end of the story. As has also been the case before, part four continues more or less where part three left off. I still won’t give away some of the major events in the previous film if you for...

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Mythica – The Necromancer – 2015

With the background of what we learned in the previous part of Mythica, the subtitle might refer both to the antagonist and the protagonist. The Antagonist is, of course, the unspeakable evil Necromancer that seeks the Darkspore. The other one is Marek. If I hade to choose I’d place my money on Marek though. It seems that she evolves and gets more control of her powers even if she doesn’t fully understand them yet. On...

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Mythica – The Darkspore – 2015

As I mentioned when I wrote about the first flick the universe is already existing. There are dragons and wizards and everything else that belongs to the fantasy genre. In this case even dungeons I would say. With that, I’m not stating that there are any real similarities with the classic roleplaying game Dungeons and Dragons. Mythica is its own thing and we now learn some more parts of the overall story. Kevin Sorbo is...

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Mythica – A Quest for Heroes – 2014

I’m a real Fantasy nerd. The problem is, that there are very few Fantasy movies out there that are any good. At least if you ignore movies where the obvious target is an audience in the early teens. That is of course in the eye of the beholder but I think you can “feel” the difference. The adventure series Xena and Hercules belong in the early teen category while Willow does not. That’s my opinion...