I was a huge fan of Sword and Sorcery films (Conan, Red Sonya (yes, I know, not the greatest) She, (Sandahl Bergman-now there was a heroine), Xena, Herc and some of the Italian Sword and Sandal), and they don't make em like I liked em any more. I missed this epic when it was on Freeview a few weeks back, so I googled Amazon and found this NTSC version. Now it's no masterpiece, but what it is..is FUN. Kevin Sorbo makes a good Robert Howard hero, all bare muscular torso and (very) long hair, and he does have a pleasnt personality and can act. He is well partnered by the contrasting ladies (as they should be) - Tia Carrere (why was "Relic Hunter" not more popular?), who is sexy and so evil, and the, rather wooden except in a couple of scenes, Karin Lombard. Even our own Douglass Henshall and Edward "Ten Pole" Tudor have good parts. I thought the locations, Eastern Europe, were stunningly filmed, and the action well choreographed, if a bit overlong in places. SFX good for the budget (which I think was perhaps bigger than other reviewers seem to think). The widescreen excellent print all make this a fun film to be enjoyed, not analysed too much, just relax and go back to ancient times with the Conqueroo.