Beowulf returns to his homeland of Herot in the Shieldlands to pay his respects to deceased king Hrothgar (William Hurt). But past jealousies mean Beowulf gets a frosty welcome, especially ... See full summary »
King Higlack of the Gauths entrusts prince Finn and a fire ball weapon to his champion, slayer Beowulf. They lead twelve men on a mission to help king Hrothgar of the Danes, whose once ... See full summary »
Michael J. Minor
In a future, private underground prison/Fortress, the inmates are computer controlled with CCTV, dream readers and devices that can cause pain or death. John and his illegally pregnant wife are inside but want to escape before birth.
A New Yorker on business in Nagoya meets a lady in the hotel bar. Returning to her room, 3 ninjas kill her and wound him. He sees the ninja boss' face. Ninjas try to kill him again but new samurai friends help, hide and train him.
This post-apocalyptic future story is based on the 8th century Saxon epic poem about the knight who battled a monster in a medieval castle. In this story, Beowulf is a wanderer who learns about a man-eating creature called Grendel which comes in the night to devour warriors trapped at the Outpost. The Outpost is ruled by Hrothgar. He has a daughter, whose husband may have been murdered by the Outpost's master of arms.Written by
John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
When interviewed about filming "Beowulf". Rhona Mitra admitted that everybody had told her not to do the film and it would be a nightmare and had said it was a nightmare and Romania was a hell-hole. See more »
(at around 1h 6 mins) When Beowulf cuts off the arm of Grendel, we see a left arm hit the ground (look at where the thumb is) but it is Grendel's right arm that is missing. See more »
Performed by Jonathan David Sloate (as Jonathan Sloate)
Written by Jonathan David Sloate (as Jonathan Sloate)
Published by Sorcerer's Apprentice Publishing Company
Jonathan Sloate appears courtesy of Black Forest Productions
p1998 Black Forest Productions See more »
Christopher Lambert scores again.
Christopher Lambert plays Beowulf, a man born half of heaven and half of hell, and he does this part perfectly, not since Mortal Kombat have I seen him this good. The first chance you get to see Beowulf, then do it. Go and see it, you won't be disappointed, Beowulf is a great movie. I give it 10 out of 10.
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