Mythica: The Godslayer

2016

Action / Adventure / Fantasy

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IMDb Rating 5.4 10 660

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Matthew Mercer as Szorlok
Bailee Michelle Johnson as Young Woman
Melanie Stone as Marek
Nicola Posener as Teela
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by blisterpeanuts 7 / 10

A satisfying swords-and-sorcery fantasy flick for a rainy night

It's not high art, but in my opinion this pentology is a worthy effort and well worth watching. It starts off slow with part 1 (A Quest for Heroes) featuring a slave girl (Melanie Stone) gradually coming into her power as a necromancer, or sorceress wielding dark magic.

Although the first movie has a satisfying ending, you may still thirst for more adventures in the Mythica universe. Fortunately, there are four more, queued up and ready to roll!

The movies gather steam, and darkness, culminating in The Godslayer, the high-stakes finale of the series. There is enough magic, and swords, and evil sorcerers, and good sorceresses, and even a couple of gods, to satisfy everyone.

Some people call it some kind of B-grade kickstarter movie, but in my opinion it's a captivating and charming series, B or C or whatever. The actors are sincere and skillful, the writing moves the story along, and the special effects (where they even exist) are minimalist but effective.

Now I wonder if there will ever be a sequel, but really, five movies is plenty, and in 2-3 years I will definitely be watching this one again!

Reviewed by dcarsonhagy 3 / 10

Confusing

When this movie first began, I felt I had missed something. After reading another review and seeing some other messages regarding "Mythica", I understand much more now.

The movie begins with someone wanting to rule the world--isn't that always the case. I was introduced to characters but did not have a clue as to who/what they were. The movie labored on (much like someone doing the 100-meter mosey), and I swear after the first half hour, I was already curled into a fetal position. I have never been so bored in my entire life. In one scene, the viewer is introduced to a dwarf (who is at least 7 feet tall), and has WITHOUT A DOUBT the LONGEST death scene in ANY movie. It had to have lasted at least 15 minutes. After that, it was over for me.

I don't want to spoil anything for anyone, but only after I read another review was I finally enlightened that this is actually Part 5 in a series. That explained so much. Had I watched the other four parts, maybe I could have kept up. As it was, I just felt lost.

So, remember guys, if you haven't seen the other four parts of this series, you will be as lost as me. The fact is, this movie simply cannot stand on its own for entertainment.

Reviewed by siderite 8 / 10

The end of the story does not disappoint

To me the fifth and final chapter of Mythica was the best. It didn't need the comic relief bits, the sideline stories were kept to a minimum and the actors and probably the whole production team have reached their maturity and made a decent film throughout. Considering this is a five movie Kickstarter series, it is nothing less than amazing.

This doesn't mean Godslayer is a perfect film, but it was the perfect ending for the series. All the characters came together in an epic finale that left everything explained and brought closure to every hero's journey.

To me, the worst part of the series was the villain, who had everything: power, a good actor to portray him, armies of undead, but lacked the one thing that would have made him interesting: a story. I feel Mythica would have been a lot better with a villain one can empathise with. This became clear near the end of the final film when there was a sort of seductive quality in his attempts to corrupt Marek. With a fully grown character, this could have worked wonders, not only at the end, but throughout the series.

Bottom line: it is a fantasy story very reminiscent of Lord of the Rings. There is a hero that has to choose the fate of the world and resist temptation from a magical yet evil artifact, while her friends must lend their support and strength to keep said hero on the right path. While not the very best of film making, it was entertaining and refreshing and I am glad to have seen it all. I can't wait for more stuff to come from Arrowstorm Entertainment.

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