Dolph plays Granger, a marshal arts instructor and ex-military man who is transported back in time to fulfill a prophecy about defeating evil. If the accent and bad acting of Lochlyn Munro as King/Raven doesn't make you laugh, stay tuned as the acting gets worse. The king's sorceress (Natalia Guslistaya) who transport Dolph dies, but her spirit sticks around a few scenes to help Dolph. Michaela Mann plays a bad actress who Dolph is too tired to have sex with.
After a little bit of wine, Dolph goes from telling the king to "stick his prophecy..." to "let me at the B...." He must kill the Holy Mother (Christina Jastrzembska) most likely due to her rejected Renaissance performance. Natassia Malthe (Bloodrayne: Deliverance)is the King's doctor who will accompany Dolph on his quest after he takes her virginity. She reminds me of a horrendous medieval Mila Kunis. Meanwhile the king will work on attempting to fully grow out his beard.
Dolph realizes things aren't the way he is being told and the water isn't purified. This sets us up for the twist...and a dragon.
No f-bombs, sex, or nudity. Some minor Pg-13 words and sexual innuendos. With the bad acting, simplistic plot, and language it would appear the movie was designed for a tween to early teen crowd, but due to the violence got an R rating, placing it in the worse of both worlds. For serious movie watchers, 1 to 2 stars. For young teens about 4 stars. Might do well during an MST marathon.