Scarecrow's Revenge


Action / Horror

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880.5 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 33 min
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1.54 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 33 min
P/S 0 / 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nogodnomasters1 / 10

We're Vikings not savages

This scarecrow movie is not related to any other scarecrow series film. It takes place in 810 England as a Viking settlement is irked by Henry the scarecrow (Peter Cosgrove) who wants revenge for being banished. He contacts a witch and ends up fighting a female Viking in stretch knit pants and a round-tipped sword.

Every scene is filled with anachronisms in this low budget film. The Viking settlement is small and the choreographing if the only horror aspect of the feature. Sarah T. Cohen was a hoot every time she attempted to wield her cardboard sword.

Guide: No sex or nudity. Grope/attempted rape.

Reviewed by 13Funbags2 / 10

A waste of time.

I can forgive having vikings with accents from multiple countries. I can even forgive the countless historical inaccuracies. I don't even mind that all the swords had round ends. But I can't forgive the terrible writing, acting and action. The fight scenes were the worst I have ever seen. I also can't overlook that they couldn't even come close to matching the color of blood. Did I mention at one point you can see an airplane trail in the sky? The costumes and dialogue were so inaccurate that I would have never even guessed that they were vikings. Luckily, they mention that they are vikings every 30 seconds. And they are not savages. I gave it 2 stars because sadly, I have seen worse. I definitely wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone.

Reviewed by Beowulf-x1 / 10


In 804 AD men did not have wrist watch tan lines and clothing labels flopping about the neck of their Pier One tunics. Also, chrome hadn't been invented yet much less wired telephone poles. Don't even get me started on the cars you can see through the trees and the constant thrum of traffic just yards away.

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