Ben Meyers’ rating: 2.1|5.0 Starsìì

Beyond Sherwood Forest
—wants to be worthy; but is not—introduces a spiritual component that just does not work. The traditional story now has a dragon and a portal thrown in as well as some spiritual beings. The mix takes away from the traditional story and the audience may find itself thinking ‘Why is any of this necessary?’ The movie relies on actors and actresses that are not well known in America or are just now starting on careers. It lacks the charisma that marked earlier film making attempts to tell the Robin Hood story. This movie is difficult to care about because there is no relatability between the characters and the audience they serve.

Film Poster Courtesy of Amazon


The tale of King Richard, Prince John, Maid Marian, and Robin Hood gets told again except this story has a portal and a dragon.

Additional Thanks

Thank You to Director Peter DeLuise for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Harvey Kahn, Amy Krell, Chris Rudolph, and Meyer Shwarzstein for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Robin Hood (Robin Dunne), Maid Marian (Erica Durance), Malcolm (Julian Sands), Alina (Katharine Isabelle), Little John (Mark Gibbon), Gareth (Cainan Wiebe), Will Scarlet (Richard de Klerk), Friar Tuck (Bill Dow), and Guy of Gisborne (Brent Stait).


Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

 No. Not well done and fails to interest.

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