Barbarian Smoochies

Break out your battle-axes, because Kull the Conqueror is the Greatest Movie EVER!

Click on the movie poster or the title above to download our review of the film, featuring Sean “Hollywood” Hunting.

Review in a Nutshell:  Flaming swords.  Rubber demons.  Tia Carrere as an evil enchantress.  Kull the Conqueror is an unrelentingly goofy but fun little barbarian film.

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4 Responses

  1. Awesome podcast us usual!
    I appreciated the shout out for the Conan cartoon series. I re-watched the whole thing on The Hub cable channel and while it doesn’t hold up well the character designs are cool. They actually had a second cartoon series where Conan was protecting 3 heirs to a destroyed kingdom. None of the other charaters from the previous show were involved and its actually alluded to that Conan ate Needle between series.

    I saw Kull in the theaters and remember not being to impressed with it. I saw all the Kevin Sorbo Hercules movies and was excited to see him do battle with a battle axe. I hadn’t seen to many movies where the main character weapon was an axe. I didn’t hate it, but thought it could have been better. Though thats really interesting to hear that the Kull movie is based on a Conan story and the Conan movie was based on a Kull story.

  2. This movie isn’t very high on my watch list.

    Truth be told I’ve never been a big fan of the Hercules/Xena shows. I did see the tv movie of Hercules vs Minotaur. I remember being unimpressed with Anthony Quinn as Zeus.

  3. I was a big fan of the Hercules/Xena shows when they were on, and they should get some love for being the rare properties that show just what a$$holes the Greek gods were.

    As for Kull, I’ve only ever seen parts of it, but I remember one of it’s weakness being Kevin Sorbo’s overacting. It worked on the Hercules/Xena TV shows because everyone was having a good time overacting on them, but it didn’t work here.

  4. You know whats funny? I just saw that Ryan Gosling played Hercules on the Young Hercules tv show. Silly Canuck.

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