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Solomon Kane
- James Purefoy

Overview - A nomadic 16th century warrior, condemned to hell for his brutal past, seeks redemption by renouncing violence, but finds some things are worth burning for as he fights to free a young Puritan woman from the grip of evil. Adapted from the pulpy sword-and-sorcery stories by Conan the Barbarian creator Robert E.  Read more...

 
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Overview

A nomadic 16th century warrior, condemned to hell for his brutal past, seeks redemption by renouncing violence, but finds some things are worth burning for as he fights to free a young Puritan woman from the grip of evil. Adapted from the pulpy sword-and-sorcery stories by Conan the Barbarian creator Robert E. Howard, the film opens to find Solomon Kane (James Purefoy) and his ruthless band of marauders laying siege to a city in Northern Africa. Beckoned to an enigmatic castle filled with untold riches, Kane soon realizes that his greed has sealed his fate when the Devil's minions decimate his ranks, leaving him alone to battle the infernal Reaper (Ian Whyte) that has come to claim his tainted soul. But Kane cheats death, and upon escaping, learns that his only hope to avoid being cast into the lake of fire is to walk the path of peace. Meanwhile, as Kane makes his way across England, the sinister Overlord (Samuel Roukin) uses his ruthless Raiders to seize control of the country, killing for pleasure and striking terror into the hearts of peaceful Puritans like the Crowthorns -- who generously offered Kane food and shelter on his arduous journey. When the Crowthorns are brutally laid to waste by the Raiders, who subsequently kidnap and enslave their innocent daughter Meredith (Rachel Hurd-Wood), Kane vows to rescue her and prevent England from being consumed by evil, even if it means confronting his family's dark past and sacrificing his immortal soul in the process. Pete Postlethwaite and Max von Sydow co-star.

Cast List

Robert E. Howard - Author of "Conan," "Kull" pulp stories, et. al.
Dan Laustsen
Paul Hamblin
Klaus Badelt - Musical Composer/Performer
Mark Taylor - First Assistant Director; Second Unit Assistant Director; Se
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Pavel Sagner
Michael J. Bassett - British Director, DEATHWATCH (2002)
David Baxa
Jarda Peterka
Robert "Robin" Lahoda
Vaclav Mottl
Howard Bargroff
David Scott - ACTOR\"THIS IS ELVIS"
Baseblack Limited
David Evans - Sound/Sound Designer
Lee Gordon - Set Decorator
Martin Jensen
LipSync Post
Michael Saxton
Paul Jones - Creature Effects; Makeup; Makeup Special Effects
Larry D. Horricks
Franklin Henson
Flash Barrandov
DamnFX
Men-From-Mars
Beach VFX
Dragon DI
Alice Krige - Actress/In UK
Pete Postlethwaite
Max Von Sydow - Swedish actor, director, THE EXORCIST
Max von Sydow - Swedish actor, director, THE EXORCIST
James Purefoy - Actor
Beryll Nesbitt
Marek Vasut
Jason Flemyng - British Actor
Geoff Bell
Amy Huck
Ben Steel
James Babson
Rory McCann - Actor, YOUNG ADAM (2003)
Mackenzie Crook - British Actor
Philip Winchester - Actor in SHAKING DREAM LAND
Todd Kramer
Rachel Hurd-Wood - Actor, PETER PAN (2003)
Christian Dunckley Clark
Mike McGuffie
Andrea Miltner
Jeff Smith - Actor
Frantisek Deak
Tomas Tobola
Jiri Kraus
Richard Ryan - Actor
Ian Whyte - Actor; Stunts
David Listvan
Philip Waley - Producer, GRINDHOUSE, (2007)
Gordon Truefitt
Matthew Stirling
Klara Low
Curtis Matthew
Samuel Roukin
Robert Russell - Actor, ;
Mark O'Neal
Robert Orr - Actor
Thomas McEnchroe
Andrew Whitlaw
Lucas Stone
Anthony Wilks
Isabel Bassett
Laura Baranik
Stewart Moore
Madaleine Bassett
Todd Benson
Matthew Blood Smyth
Ryan James - Actor; Screenwriter

 
Details
    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray
  • Run Time: 104
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 013132606927
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: January 2016

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"[T]he movie plays as a sharp blend of practical, live-action filmmaking and special-effects work..." - 09/27/2012 Los Angeles Times

 
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