An immortal Scottish swordsman must confront the last of his immortal opponent, a murderously brutal barbarian who lusts for the fabled “Prize”. IMDb

To celebrate the Scottish Bard (Rabbie Burns born on the 25th of January 1759) we are recording episodes based on Scotland-Related movies.

This is the third entry, wherein we see a Frenchman playing a Scotsman and a Scotsman play an Egypto-Spanish guy.

Talking about Scotland, mansplaining, manterrupting, manspreading, about Kugren, nope!, Kraken? nope! Kruger? Nope! Kurgan! Yay! and plenty of other tangential subjects.

Erratum: Russell Mulcahy did NOT direct ‘Shakespeare in Love’.

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The Good, the Bad and the Just Plain Standard podcast is hosted by Adam Dick, Anouk Aslam Wulfing & Yann Sicamois and produced by Milk In A Wineglass.


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