This so-called series should've been much longer and more thought through. I had hoped for something better, considering Luke Goss is the main character and he usually ends up making movies, in my taste, better by making an appearrance at all.
I think the movie itself leaves the watcher behind with a ginormous cliffhanger by the end, and as far as I'm concerned it doesn't seem like there's actually going to be a sequel, however with this low budget it's not really a bother to me.
The cover so far is extremely misleading, because the Asian woman in the lower part of the picture has next to no importance in the movie or its plot at all.
It lacks story and multiple explanations to make the watcher interested, the few fighting sequenses the movie holds (which is surprising since this is a medieval movie, where swordfighting should be all over the place) are poorly and half-heartedly made, even with Luke's impressive combat skills I know he has. But all in all the movie does not bring justice to the talent Luke Goss has in his acting.
I'd personally stick to watching Braveheart rather than re-watch this..