Mythica: The Necromancer

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  • NR
  • 2015
  • 1 hr 35 min
  • 5.3  (2,537)

Mythica: The Necromancer is the third installment in the Mythica franchise of fantasy movies that began in 2014. Like the previous films, it is directed by A. Todd Smith and written by Jason Faller and Kynan Griffin. The movie stars Melanie Stone as Marek, a young wizardess, alongside Adam Johnson as Thane, a rogue, and Jake Stormoen as Dagen, a warrior.

The plot of the film picks up where the previous installment, Mythica: The Darkspore, left off. Marek and her companions are still on a quest to retrieve the fragments of the Darkspore, a powerful object that can grant wishes, before the evil necromancer Szorlok can use it to raise an army of undead. In this movie, they travel to the city of Necropolis, the domain of the titular necromancer, in search of the next piece.

The city of Necropolis is a creepy, gothic place full of dark magic, undead creatures, and dangerous traps. Marek and her friends must navigate its treacherous streets and infiltrate its stronghold without being caught by Szorlok's minions. Along the way, they encounter new friends and enemies, such as the enigmatic assassin Teela (played by Nicola Posener) and the twisted scientist Kishkumen (played by Kevin Sorbo).

One of the central themes of Mythica: The Necromancer is the conflict between the forces of life and death. Marek, as a necromancer herself, struggles with the temptation to use her powers to revive the dead and bring back loved ones. Thane, on the other hand, is haunted by his past as an assassin and his role in killing innocent people. Dagen, meanwhile, grapples with his feelings for Marek and his duty to protect her.

The movie also explores the concept of destiny and free will. Marek and her companions are all chosen by fate to play a part in the struggle against Szorlok and his minions, but they each have their own motivations and desires. Marek, in particular, is torn between her duty to save the world and her desire for personal happiness and love. The climax of the film involves a dramatic confrontation between Marek and Szorlok that tests these conflicting impulses and reveals Marek's true character.

As with the previous Mythica movies, The Necromancer features impressive visual effects, epic battle scenes, and a sweeping musical score by composer Nathaniel Drew. The movie also deepens the mythology of the series by introducing new magical creatures, such as the giant spider Arachnia and the shape-shifting hydra. Fans of fantasy adventure movies will find plenty to enjoy in this thrilling installment of the Mythica franchise.

Overall, Mythica: The Necromancer is an entertaining and engaging fantasy movie that expands the world and characters of the Mythica franchise. It explores complex themes and dilemmas while still delivering plenty of action and magic. While it is best enjoyed in the context of the series as a whole, it can also be enjoyed as a standalone adventure.

Mythica: The Necromancer is a 2015 fantasy movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 35 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.3.

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    5.3  (2,537)