A – Z Challenge – Sci-Fi Films K is for Krull

Hi there bloggies, I’ve been seeing some post warning me of an A – Z Challenge and I was curious. I’ve seen this around before but have never participated, for some mad reason I thought I would give it a go.

So here I am.

My theme is the A-Z of Scifi moves, I’ve not given this a great deal of thought and I know of a number but I won’t lie there’s some I will struggle with. I hope you enjoy them!

K is for Krull

Krull is more of a Lord of the Rings fantasy story if I’m completely honest, there’s not a lot of science in it (if any – eek) but I’m struggling with K so this will do. The thing that strikes you with this film is the cast, what do you get when you cross Robbie Coltrane, Alun Armstrong, Liam Neeson, Bernard Bresslaw and Todd Carty. That Krull… it’s a bit weird like that.

As with most stories like this it starts with a prophecy and then a baddies, enter the Beast who charges around the universe in his mountain spaceship and an army of kinda dim witted but somehow deadly slayers. So he kidnaps the young princess about to be married to Colwyn, a pince with a sword and a five bladed star called a Glaive. Colwyn gets this and then sets out to get back Lyssa and defeat the beast.

On the way he picks up a motley crew to help him… So begins the fun and excitement.


Krull is kind of weird, in many ways. Far more weird than Lord of the Rings certainly. I do quite like it, even though is quite silly and some of the things going on leave you wondering what was going on in the writer’s mind. This is a typical quest story and if you like that kind of thing it’s great. It’s a bit old now but it hasn’t aged too badly.

With K done that means L is next… and one of my little favourites!



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  1. It’s quite an enjoyable romp but it has not aged well. However it’s an early outing for Liam Neeson and Mark from Eastenders also a late role for Bernard Bresslaw (famous for being in the Carry On films). 😁

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