Knights of Bloodsteel

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Overview

Syfy's Knights of Bloodsteel is a fantasy adventure miniseries scripted by award-winning writer Sam Egan (the 1990s' The Outer Limits). The sword-and-sorcery epic takes place in the magical kingdom of Mirabilis, which derives its life force from a powerful metal known as bloodsteel. When the bloodsteel begins to run out, wizard Tesselink (Christopher Lloyd) recruits four unlikely knights -- human John Serragoth (David James Elliott), elf Perfidia (Natassia Malthe), goblin Ber-lak (Dru Viergever), and con-man ...
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Overview

Syfy's Knights of Bloodsteel is a fantasy adventure miniseries scripted by award-winning writer Sam Egan (the 1990s' The Outer Limits). The sword-and-sorcery epic takes place in the magical kingdom of Mirabilis, which derives its life force from a powerful metal known as bloodsteel. When the bloodsteel begins to run out, wizard Tesselink (Christopher Lloyd) recruits four unlikely knights -- human John Serragoth (David James Elliott), elf Perfidia (Natassia Malthe), goblin Ber-lak (Dru Viergever), and con-man Adric (Christopher Jacot) -- to embark upon a mythic quest to keep what's left of the precious metal from falling into the hands of an evil tyrant named Dragon Eye (Mark Gibbon). ~ Sandra Bencic
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/15/2009
  • UPC: 796019820912
  • Original Release: 2009
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  • Source: Rhi Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2:55:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 49,331

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
David James Elliott
Natassia Malthe
Christopher Jacot
Christopher Lloyd
Technical Credits
Philip Spink Director
Stuart Akins Casting
Sean Cossey Casting
Andrew Deane Executive Producer
Sam Egan Screenwriter
Jim Guttridge Score Composer
Robert Halmi Sr. Executive Producer
Robert Halmi Jr. Executive Producer
David Moxness Cinematographer
Matthew O'Connor Executive Producer
Cindi Rice Executive Producer
Lisa Richardson Executive Producer
Charles Robichaud Editor
Tom Rowe Executive Producer
Allisa Swanson Costumes/Costume Designer
Pascal Verschooris Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Knights of Bloodsteel
1. A Prophecy [8:34]
2. Stranger in Town [9:33]
3. Greater Purpose [13:20]
4. Alliances [14:02]
5. Chosen Ones [16:25]
6. Casualties [8:55]
7. The New Menace [5:48]
8. Under Attack [10:58]
1. Friends & Enemies [1:54]
2. Taking a Stand [5:23]
3. New Direction [10:30]
4. Uncertain Future [9:36]
5. Power Within [9:32]
6. The Crucible [14:53]
7. A New Day [10:30]
8. Credits [16:55]
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Disc #1 -- Knights of Bloodsteel
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    David James Elliott Fan

    Good sci-fi flick - not overly brutal - preteens up will like it - Costumes were good - story line should have been built up a little more - but since this is a made for TV production I am guessing that time factors were involved. This movie is on the line of Beast Master - not a lot of thinking is required in watching it - but is a fun flick of sorts.
    Would recommend all David James Elliott fans to add it to their collections.

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