Los Sorceress, Barbaros (The Devil's Advocate) (1982) - Rotten Tomatoes

Los Sorceress, Barbaros (The Devil's Advocate) (1982)

TOMATOMETER

——

——

AUDIENCE SCORE

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Movie Info

The action-adventure scenes of unconvincing sword fights, passable martial arts, and other macho displays alternate with the feminine displays of twins Mira and Mara (Leigh Harris and Lynette Harris) in this prehistoric fantasy. Mira and Mara were raised as boys -- for awhile, anyway -- to protect them from their villainous father Traigon (Robert Ballesteros) who needs to sacrifice his first-born to the gods in order to become even more powerful in the arts of magic. The twins are aided in their struggle against their father by two warriors, Erlik (Bob Nelson), dubbed with a Southern accent that gives away the tongue-in-cheek subtext of the plot, and Baldar (Bruno Rey). Subsidiary battles with sex-starved zombies who have been put away too long, and the monkey men who suffer from the same problem, imply that sexual deprivation can lead to some nasty-tempered machos, even if they are zombies. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi

Cast

Bob Nelson
as Erlick
Bruno Rey
as Baldar
Ana De Sade
as Dellisia
Tony Stevens
as Khrakannon
Peter Farmer
as Armorer
Mark Arevan
as Gambler
Gloria Meister
as Nursemaid
Marla Hill
as Rich Lady
Gerald Hood
as Executioner
Show More Cast

Critic Reviews for Los Sorceress, Barbaros (The Devil's Advocate)

All Critics (1)

It's an amusing picture that's breezy and bizarre, working diligently to become something substantial despite a minuscule budget, while the sight of twin Playmates doing their best to keep butch is almost worth the retail price alone.

Full Review… | September 27, 2014
Blu-ray.com

Audience Reviews for Los Sorceress, Barbaros (The Devil's Advocate)

Originally released in 1982, this sword and sorcery adventure features some bad acting (as in remember how those mongoloids in the back of the classroom in grammar school would read something on the blackboard bad) but features plenty of redemption in having plenty of babes topless or nearly so for most of this soft porn fantasy. A fourteen year old kid's dream movie.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

Los Sorceress, Barbaros (The Devil's Advocate) Quotes

There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

Discussion Forum

Discuss Los Sorceress, Barbaros (The Devil's Advocate) on our Movie forum!

News & Features