Hercules Reborn

Synopsis: When a young man's bride is kidnapped by an evil king, he turns to Hercules for help. The fallen hero has been living in exile, banished for killing his family, but the young man's courage inspires Hercules. Together, they fight to rescue the bride and reclaim the honor of Hercules.
Genre: Action, Adventure
Director(s): Nick Lyon
Production: The Asylum
95 min





Shhh... Quiet.

What has happened to you?

Please no!



Not bad.



You fight like a girl.

Ah, like a girl, huh?

Looks like

you just been beaten by a girl.

Do you yield?

I yield.

Impressive, Horace.

Except that I lost.

No shame in losing to the best.

You arrogant bastard.

Nothing wrong with arrogance...

as long as it coexists

with talent.

Which it does with you, Arias.

See my influence in every move

that you make.

Which is why, I am making you my

new captain.

You mean...

Yes! I'm promoting you,

my friend.

Thank you, General.


So, it's true.

And you said it was just

a rumor.

If we were all born leaders, then

there would be no followers.

Wouldn't you agree, Horace?

Did I miss the match?

Yes you did, my love.

Who won?

I did, of course!

Well, tell her the great news!

Great news? Well, what is it?

I have just been promoted

to Captain.

- Congratulations!

- Thank you.

Alright you two,

save it for the wedding.

Forgive me, Horace. I didn't mean to

offend your prudish sensibilities.

Prudish? You should know me

better then that.

So, the two of you shall wed?


And as best man, I can only

say... she should be wedding me.

Are you hungry?

My mother has invited you all

to a feast.

To celebrate our engagement.

Sounds delightful.

I will attend. See you then.



Good riddance.

Arrogant aristocrat.


He's just jealous.

Please. Jealous of that donkey

in a General's outfit?

He was born of a silver spoon

in his mouth.

I just don't understand your

blind devotion to Nikos.

How many times do we have to

speak about this?

Apparently, a few more until you

will listen to reason.

What exactly is

reasonable about conquering

a completely peaceful village?

If you want a reason to attack

Haon, I can give you thousands.


The gold in their mines,

is that your reason?

Yes. Of course.

They're discovering

more each day,

and their people are growing

wealthier and wealthier.

While we...

While we what?


Is there not enough food

on your plate?

Unlike you, your grace,

I know what it's like to be poor.

And if we do not expand,

we will end up that way again.

I am not going to attack a village

and overthrow it's leaders

simply to attain its riches,

and to claim some things

that we have no right to have.

That gold belongs to whoever has

the might and will to take it.

To you.

To us.

We have to do it now,

while we have the power.

What power we have comes from

the fact that our people respect us.

That will work for us.

We risk losing everything,

for what?

A few gold nuggets?

Who are you to lecture me about greed

while you sit here on your royal...

Who are you

to talk to your Queen like that?!

Forgive my insolence,

your Highness.

This meeting is adjourned.

Leave now!


Am I interrupting?



Iona, dear, a plate, huh?

Do not bother, Iona.

Thank you.


I'm to have dinner with the King

and the Queen this evening.

I wouldn't expect you to dine

with common folk like us then.

I have news I wanted

to share with you both.

Theodora is not with child

already, is she?


Of course not.

I'm to be made captain

in the King's army.

- Congratulations. - Thank you.

- I'm proud of you, cousin.

You know the army could use a man

with your leadership qualities.

You'd have to point a sword

at my back.

I'm quite happy where I am.

Isn't it beautiful?

Only rivaled by your beauty.


Tell me.

Are you looking forward

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Jim Hemphill

Jim Hemphill (born December 6, 1971) is an American filmmaker and critic. He began his career writing about film in publications including the Chicago Reader, Film Quarterly and the American Cinematographer magazine. In 2005, he directed the independent horror film Bad Reputation, which won multiple awards at film festivals including Shriekfest, The Chicago Horror Film Festival and the Weekend of Fear in Erlangen, Germany. In 2012, he directed The Trouble with the Truth, an award-winning independent film starring Lea Thompson and John Shea. more…

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