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Roger Corman's Cult Classics Double Feature : The Warrior and the Sorceress / Barbarian Queen
Roger Corman's Cult Classics Double Feature The Warrior and the Sorceress / Barbarian Queen
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Member Movie Reviews

Keith A. (Keefer522)
Reviewed on 10/13/2013...
Two cheesy 80s sword and sorcery flicks from Roger Corman on a single DVD.

"The Warrior and the Sorceress" (1984): David Carradine is the titular "Warrior" who arrives in a remote village to find two war lords constantly battling over control of the area's only water source. First he rescues the local hottie sorceress from imprisonment and then sets a plan into motion to get rid of both tyrants so the villagers can be free. It must be noted that the "Sorceress" of the title doesn't get to do much sorceress-ing (is that a word?) but she does spend the entire movie topless, so that's OK.

"Barbarian Queen" (1985): In this zero-budget "Conan" variant filmed in South America, a warrior woman's village is ransacked by an evil overlord who enslaves her people... so she saddles up with a couple of other sword-swingin' hotties and rides off on a mission of vengeance. Yep, that's the entire plot. This hilariously awful Z-Movie features lots of poor acting, cheesy battle scenes and plenty of gratuitous boobage. Useless trivia: Lana Clarkson, who plays the title character, was shot to death by legendary record producer Phil Spector in 2003.

I give each flick a one star rating, hence the combined two star rating for the entire DVD. These movies are hilariously bad and are best enjoyed with a 12 pack of adult beverages.