Thursday, February 12, 2009

Pendragon: The Sword of His Father

If you have not seen the new movie Pendragon: Sword of His Father you should as it is a very good movie from Burns Family Studios. This is yet another example of the quality, both in content and production, which can be produced on a limited budget and without compromising on godly values. This movie was made on a budget of $80,000 while an article from HSLDA shares that the average cost of a Motion Picture Association of America film was $106.6 million in 2007. In the HSDLA article Chad Burns shares that they have sold around 2000 DVDs and needs to sell 20,000 to get out of the red. I would encourage you to buy one of these DVD’s so that we can encourage others to follow in the footsteps of the Burns family and others such as the producers of The Widow's Might, another very good film produced on a minimal budget.

“Pendragon is about Artos, a young British warrior who must defend his native Britain against invading Saxons in 411 A.D. To do this, Artos must escape Saxon slavery, his own despair, and treachery.” (HSLDA article)

Trailers for the movie are available here.

You can purchase a DVD direct from the site (here) , from Vision Forum (here) or even download a copy from Behemoth (here).

Pendragon - Sword of His Father

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