Name Of The King: Two Worlds
worlds meet as a martial arts
expert is called from the present
to return to the once-visited Mediaeval
times to protect a war-torn kingdom
from an evil presence in the exciting
sword and sorcery epic In The Name
Of The King: Two Worlds...
DEDICATED TO TEACHING MARTIAL ARTS to underprivileged youngsters, Granger
(action superstar Dolph Lundgren) is gentle and altruistic but is also a lethal,
ex-forces specialist who has a secret. He has travelled through time.
Relaxing at home, he is suddenly aware of mysterious forces at work as the sorceress
Elianna (Natalia Guslistaya), pursued by her enemies, passes through time from
her Mediaeval home to present-day Vancouver to seek Granger's help. Under attack
from assassins, Elianna needs him to fulfil an ancient prophecy that will save
not only her world but also his.
the thrilling and enthralling action-laden film In The Name Of The King:
Two Worlds, Granger is catapulted back to the kingdom of Ehb into a mystical
age of magic and dragons. Under attack, he will have to rely on his senses and
his talents to help him save not only the past world but also ensure the safety
of the world of the future.
In The Name Of The King: Two Worlds a
thrilling and enthralling action-laden film...
In this worthy sequel to In The Name Of The King: A Dungeon Siege Tale,
Granger is summoned to defeat the threatening forces of darkness in a fight
that can only be fought with brutal hand-to-hand combat.
He is taken captive but finally earns the confidence of the king, Raven (Lochlyn
Munro), and accepts the ministrations of medicine woman Manhatten (Natassia
Malthe), with whom he appears to enjoy a good rapport.
The king tells of the dark ones, evil beings who worship the Holy Mother (Christina
Jastrzembska) and who threaten the peace of the kingdom. Along with Manhatten,
Granger is given the task of slaying the dark ones and killing the Holy Mother,
giving evil no leader to follow.
But all is not as it appears and soon Granger will find his loyalties tested
as he seeks to find the truth and the one thing that will see the kingdom restored
to its peaceful state: the catalyst. Granger only knows that in order to find
it he will have to travel a dark and dangerous path. And as he fights his way
to the truth and a way back home, he realises that one wrong move could cost
him not only his life, but the very future of his world.
Packaged with a stunning lenticular sleeve, making this a must for collectors,
In The Name Of The King: Two Worlds is an action-packed fantasy adventure
about a modern man finding redemption on an ancient battlefield where the greatest
battle lies within in this blood-sprinkled historical epic.
In The Name Of The King: Two Worlds also features: Aleks Paunovic as
Allard; Elisabeth Rosen as The Seer; Michael Adamthwaite as Thane; Michaela
Mann as Young Woman; and Heather Doerksen as Dunyana. Original Music is by Jessica
de Rooj; Cinematography is by Mathias Neumann; Producer is Daniel Clarke and
Director is Uwe Boll.
From cult director Uwe Boll comes a tale
of a mystical age where dragons scorch the skies, In The Name Of The King:
Two Worlds, which is out to own on DVD and Blu-ray from 21 May 2012. RRP:
DVD/BD £12.99/£14.99 | Certificate: 15.
"In The Name Of The King: Two Worlds... A thrilling and enthralling action-laden
film" Maggie Woods, MotorBar