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Wrath of (Ghengis) Khan

on 12/14/2012

I really liked the depth of the script and the supernatural twist, plus I thought the storyline was good and all the actors were good, esp. Francesco Quinn. Michael madsen, as always, had a good performance. it has a good cast, the scenery is beautiful and the music score really puts you into the picture.

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Haunted by the fact that he left a man behind in afghanistan, an ex navy seal puts together a special task force to endure one last mission to save his comrade. But now his team has become victims to fallen genghis khan warriors from an ancient time. It's a paranormal fight for survival.

Specifications

Studio MTI
SKU 204555508
UPC 039414520941
UPC 14 00039414520941
Format DVD
Release Date 10/5/2009
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Cast & Crew
Allan Harmon - Director
Bob Bajorek - Executive Producer
Brandon K. Hogan - Based On Story By
Christine Stringer - Screenplay
Daria Ellerman - Editor
Gary Stretch - Actor
Jon Lee - Original Music By
Keli Manson - Art Director
Melissa Lee Anderson - Producer
Michael Madsen - Actor
Paul Wu - Actor
Randal Platt - Cinematographer
Steve Bacic - Actor
Stu Goldberg - Original Music By
Reviews
ReviewSource Dread Central
Review If nothing else, at least I can say that Afghan Knights isn't your typical supernatural thriller, although the way some of it played felt quite familiar. If not for the pre-title sequence viewers probably wouldn't even know they were watching a supernatural thriller until close to the one-hour mark when that part of the plot finally kicks into gear. A unique blending of action and the supernatural...Afghan Knights is certainly an eclectic melding of war movie mechanics and supernatural horror, but it's one that's often too stagnant for its own good, always choosing to lightly fizzle when it should be crackling, whether it be the action scenes or supernatural thrills. The uniqueness of the scenario - trained soldiers trapped inside a cave with Mongolian warrior spirits on a warpath unleashed from mystical arrows - just barely keeps things intriguing enough to not be totally bored by the lackluster manner in which it all plays out. I'd still say Afghan Knights failed more than it succeeded, though a noble failure.
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DVD, Widescreen, Spanish, Subtitled
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Video Format DVD
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