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It's hardly high art, but for a cheapjack homegrown action flick this is surprisingly solid.
There's ample drinking, chauvinism and homophobia and more swearing than you'd hear from a hungover Danny Dyer.
[Blu-ray Review] This Blu-ray disc of "Hammer of the Gods" looks aesthetically beautiful, brought to life in all its moody, fog-drenched glory. My only wish is that the film itself was better.
The low-budget production values and a rather messy Game of Thrones meets Braveheart script might make this film feel extremely corny, but at least it tries to tell an interesting story without the usual Hollywood bombast.
If it's gratuitous Saxon violence you're after then you've come to the right place.
A nasty, brutal and relatively short entertainment, aimed at middle-of-the-woad Conanists.
Hammer of the Gods avoids any real risks and lacks in distinct innovation.
So Hammer of the Gods is that most unexpected and unlikely of films, a Viking Apocalypse Then - but while it is an enjoyable enough romp, trying to out-hammer the impact of Coppola's masterpiece is as foolhardy as challenging the gods themselves.
Dumb and dreary but ultimately hard to hate.
This is what happens when your Lord of the Rings cosplay gets overrun by Method stuntmen.
Farren Blackburn's likable debut transports us to Britain in 871 ...
Like Game of Thrones crossed with Braveheart but stripped of most of the budget, this scrappy film tells an intriguing story without the usual Hollywood bombast.
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