The theft of an ancient sword unleashes the fury of one of the most feared mythological creatures ever in Malevolent director John Terlesky's tale of ancient evil turned modern terror. Attila the Hun's legendary sword has been stolen by a rampaging band of marauding mercenaries, and now the powers of hell are about to be awakened. In ancient times, tales of Cerberus struck fear into the hearts of man. A three-headed dog with jaws of steel and a hunger for human flesh, Cerberus was an unstoppable force of hellish destruction. Now, with Attila the Hun's sword missing, the carnivorous canine has been resurrected and modern man must find a way to slay the monstrous beast before the forces of darkness plunge the world into chaos. … More
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Critic Reviews for Cerberus
Audience Reviews for Cerberus
I tuned in to watch this on the Sci-Fi channel expecting the worse. I'm glad, or rather confused, to say I found it very much watchable and yes, even enjoyable. The plot doesn't matter, nor does much else. I was simply in the mood for this kind of cinematic fast food. The CGI Cerberus doesn't look great, in fact he looks pretty poor but is still somehow effective. Perhaps this is because he serves his purpose in eating people and he didn't look so bad that I was laughing. I got rather wrapped up in the whole plot despite the absurdity of it. I would gladly watch it again despite it's lack of quality.More
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