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Deathstalker 2: Duel of the Titans
(John Terlesky / R / (1987) 2002 / New Concorde)

Overview:The powerful barbarian Deathstalker (Terlesky) has a mission: to save the kingdom from the wicked grip of the immortal wizard Jerak and his satanic Queen Sultana. Together, they have ruled the land by magically creating a controllable evil twin of the lovely Princess Evie (Monique Gabrielle). Capturing the real Princess Evie, Deathstalker must now return her to her rightful place of power, but the fabled swordsman’s battle has just begun – standing in his way are cut-throat pirates, bloodthirsty amazons, flesh-eating zombies … and then things start to get dangerous !

DVD Verdict: Looks can be deceiving. Be warned. Despite the serious look of the cover poster this is a comedy ! Which is outright surprising as the first movie was completely serious ! If you look close enough you can’t help but recognize certain scenes as ripoffs from other movies, but then that’s been going on in Hollywood for years now ! Most of the intended jokes are bad, but it all gets better when you put on the DVD commentary where the director and John Terlesky (Deathstalker) make fun of the whole thing ! I mean, come on this is really some revealing stuff here. Take, for instance, when the director says, "OK see that crystal ball. That’s really a broken doorknob someone found !" or "And if you look to the top left of your screen you can see a parked car," you just gotta love them both for their outright reflective honesty ! In fact, the director even admits to changing the original script to a comedy due to one reason or another ! This is a Full Screen Presentation and comes with the Special Features of:
Feature length Audio Commentary by John Terlesky, Toni Maples and Director Jim Wynorski;
Original Trailer;
Cast Biographies;
Interactive Menus;
Scene Access;
Preview Attractions.