Monthly Archives: December 2016

Hazen, another chosen one from the future, prepares to thrust with the king's sword.

“In the Name of the King 3: The Last Mission” Review

It’s finally about to be over!  The first In the Name of the King film was high fantasy at its very worst, the second was portal fantasy at its worst, and for some reason I don’t want to understand, Uwe Boll decided to make a third bollocks film in this awful, awful series.Hazen, another chosen one from the future, prepares to thrust with the king's sword.  This one, called either “In the Name of the King Ⅲ: The Last Mission” or, more appropriately, “In the Name of the King 3: The Last Job,” has as much to do with the other two films as the second has to do with the first.

It strikes me that, throughout these three films, not a single plot-thread from the first film—or the second—has been resolved in any sense of the word.  Nonetheless, it has more in common with Two Worlds than with A Dungeon Siege Tale, being a pathetic excuse for portal fantasy rather than high fantasy.
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“In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds” Review

Granger the modern-day veteran meets Raven, a medieval king.In my previous article, I talked about a film called In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale.  In case you didn’t read that review, the film is by the infamous Uwe Boll, and it’s high fantasy at its very worst.  Upon finishing that abomination, Boll must have realized that there remained at least a very few of the genre’s worst writing practices that he’d not had time for in the original.  Sadly for everyone concerned, good old Uwe decided to make two sequels just so he could squeeze in more of the worst things a fantasy writer can do.
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