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21 Comments on "The Spin-off Doctors: In The Name Of The King II – Two Worlds"

Matrim
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Matrim

You know, if Uwe had made the movie in his home country, they could’ve actually had some medieval type sets on the cheap. You can throw a rock from any given spot in Germany and hit four castles.

drownedsummer
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drownedsummer

I still think they should do Pixels in the same way LRR do Desert Bus.

Tao John
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Tao John

I was listening to the podcast and just glimpsed mention in a forum about a new Resident Evil movie from the Games Continuity and realized something: Everybody knows the Milla Jogovici movies are bad and many times just boring. Why not talk about the “Game Movies”? They are my dumb, crazy and nonsensical “guilty pleasures”, although I’m not very guilty about watching them.

Tao John
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Tao John

Short guide here:
Biohazard 4D-Executer – The oldest, shortest and most interesting of them all. With none of the game characters.

Resident Evil: Degeneration – Zombie Apocalypse in an Airport. With Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield

Resident Evil: Damnation – Zombie Apocalypse in the capital of an Eastern Europian country. With Leon S. Kennedy, Ada Wong and racist stereotypes.

Resident Evil: Vendetta – Zombie Apocalypse in New York. Leon S. Kennedy, Rebecca Chambers and Chris Redfield.

Pros: Stupid funny and funny stupid.
Cons: No Albert Wesker, not RE4 Leon and Chris’s muscles are not as huge as in RE5…

Galactix100
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Galactix100

They’ve mentioned before that they will likely eventually get to the ‘game movies’.

Tao John
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Tao John

Hope they get to them fast! I would love to know what Jim has to say about Sad Leon :))

Barloq
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I have a feeling they want to get the live action films out of the way before tackling the game movies. Especially because Jim particularly dreads them.

Nitrium
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Nitrium
I kinda always though you wouldn’t bother with this one since it’s not an actual film based on or references games. At best, it’s a sequel to a “film based on game” but itself isn’t based on a game (let alone it’s namesake). I guess you’ll be doing the 3rd one also “ItNotK: The Last Job”, which features Dominic Purcell? Like this one, I can assure you it also has zero do with video games. Funny to hear that Conrad is getting some appreciation for Boll. I’m an unashamed (well there is much shame) Boll aficionado – I have seen… Read more »
Barloq
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Yeah after listening to this I realized I’ve seen at least 9 Uwe Boll films, many of which I truly enjoyed for a laugh. I kinda want to go to Uwe Boll’s Vancouver restaurant as a bit of a tribute.

FlapJack
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FlapJack
I am SO perplexed by the revelation that the next episode will be Pixels again, and even more perplexed at the suggestion that it’s an annual tradition now. Is re-covering topics which have already been exhaustively discussed just a thing podcasts do sometimes, and I’m just not in the loop with what the kids are into nowadays? Are you guys worried that 26 episodes a year will exhaust the quite long list of vaguely video game-related movies too quickly, but suspect 25 is the sweet spot? Do you just genuinely have an hour or 2 of new things to say… Read more »
Galactix100
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Galactix100
3 goes at Pixels? Are you two trying to psych yourselves up for a suicide pact or something? On a related note if watching pixels at this time of year does become a tradition have you considered different approaches to it to mitigate the misery? Stuff like rewriting/casting it to make it less shit? I really enjoyed Jim’s idea for a good way of handling the ending to the film from the first podcast and I think it’d make for fascinating listening for that to be applied to the whole film. It could be a good chance to discuss the… Read more »
Octopus Grift
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Conrad could write his commentary on the commentary from last year and they could comment on that.

Hugrid
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Hugrid

It’s a wyvern called a dragon because that’s what Smaug looked like in the hobbit movie.
Always with hypoBoll, if something seems off it’s because he’s imitating something else incoherently.

Aw, you know what was a good isekai fantasy that I haven’t watched or thought about in ages? !0th kingdom. “suck an elf”

drownedsummer
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drownedsummer

Doesn’t this predate the Jackson Hobbit films?

Hugrid
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Hugrid

By just one year – apparently it was wyvern time in the movie making business during the 2011-12 period (or Peter Jackson stole the idea of wyverns from Uwe Boll!)

drownedsummer
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drownedsummer

It wouldn’t surprise me he clearly stole the idea for The Shire from Willow.

InfamousDS
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InfamousDS
Doctor Dolph Lundgren. Okay, now that I’ve gotten that out of the way: Material servicing is either repairing broken things circa a Ford Warranty, a marketing job that involves designing adverts based on a pitch after it has already been made circa a Hollywood Job Listing, or a form of interior design focusing on non-aesthetics circa a free Indian online college. Google has no idea, and the term only seems to appear in search-indexed private correspondence I can’t read. And contracts, excluding one educational site with an India-based domain and a job listing for a position with 20th Century Fox… Read more »
drownedsummer
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drownedsummer

So I now have context for Material servicing and at the same time have zero context for material servicing.

I’m going to guess he is the person who services the guns used in the film.

InfamousDS
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InfamousDS

I was genuinely hoping someone would have the definition, and expected to have at least one reply telling me I looked in the wrong places. Guess we’re all confused as a group, huh? Solidarity and what-not.

drownedsummer
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drownedsummer

A second guess the job description is actually incorrect and there should not be an L on the end of it. His job is actually drilling spherical holes in things and fitting glass orbs, which are painted a variety of colours.

Terry-Osaurusus Hex XI
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Oh no…Dolph Lundgren! Thanks for taking one for the team, guys!