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A Medieval Knight resurrects to fulfill his vow and bestow a blood-thirst vengeance upon the kindred spirits of those who betrayed him long ago. In the course of one night, identities will be revealed, destinies met, and a poetic justice of the macabre maniacally served.Written by
In the early morning hours a fire broke out on one of the rigs housing a generator used to power a part of the set. Though major damage occurred to the rig, a backup generator was located and filming continued with only a minimal delay. See more »
I've waited Seven Hundred Years for this moment. I want to kill him with my sword, not yours!
Point taken... but why do you have to be so mean about it?
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Written by William Lyall and David Paton
Performed by Pilot See more »
A great blending of many genres that not many can pull off. I was really into who was who and what was what. And it was expressed in a way I exactly like, in a well told suspenseful manner.
The scenes were really intense threw out the movie. Vengeance on a level that really has to be watched in full to be appreciated. The movie has so many things happening it's sure to keep you watching from start to finish.
I can't wait to watch this movie with my friends or anyone for that matter. And watch all the varied emotions and facial expressions they wont be able to suppress or hide while watching it.
Night of the Templar still has me thinking about it days after I watched it. A true gem worth every viewing minute.
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