Firstly, I have to confess that I got so fed up with this film that I left after 1hr, so if anything good happens beyond the 60min point then, dang it, I missed it!! But I based on what I DID see it's pretty unlikely. The premise of a Werewolf in Roman Briton was very appealing. Indeed, the legend of the lycanthrope is referenced in Gaius Petronius Arbiter's 'Satyricon' written in AD60 - so there is even some historical relevance. But that's where the interesting stuff ends. The acting is wooden, the costumes are too bright and shiny and the "hey, my buddy just bought a drone, let's use that for every shot" cinematography was a real drag. Sadly, it wasn't even bad enough to be charming. The only positive thing I can say is that some of the lighting was dramatic. As for everything else, Poorly executes families tropes from a bygone era.
Great Britain. 150AD. When four messengers sent by Rome to a plague infected Caledonia, with a message of peace and help for their King, go missing Rome has no choice but to send ten of ...
March 21, 2020