Sinbad and the War of the Furies

Synopsis: Sinbad (John Hennigan) wanted to be an archaeological professor. But his work was stolen by his lover's ( Jax) father. So he became a thief and steal things with archaeological value. After finding a emerald which was suspected to be the heart of the Medusa his life falls in danger. He opened the curse and released three angry souls who want to kill him and all men. On the other hand A Russian dealer also seeks it to convert it to a deadly weapon. Now Sinbad has to save himself from the villains from both spirit world and the real world.
Genre: Action, Adventure
90 min

Hey Sinbad, do you have

any idea where we're going?

Nope. Why should

I start that now?

Hold up, Hold up,

Hold up, Hold up.

Is my treasure hunting interfering

with your online dating?

As a matter a

fact, it is.

I want to see what kind

of women are available here.

You know, you mind shutting that

thing that's below your nose?

It's making a lot of noise.

I'm trying to focus here, man.

What is this?

You can't die yet.

You still owe me a

thousand bucks.

Leave it. A

millennia from now maybe

two guys will find it, convince

somebody it's a historic relic

and make a big pile of money.

But what if... No. Nothing.

Come on. I found it.


This is where he hide.

Wait. So Perseus hid his

treasure in Mexico?

This place wasn't called

Mexico back then.

Perseus was just staring at a big black map

looking for a place to hide his fortune.

You see, when the kid who killed

medusa be came an old man,

he went crazy with Dementia.

He was convinced Zeus was

after his fortune.

So he packed up his

ship and spent 10 years

searching for the

perfect place to hide it.

Eventually, he hoarded all

his wealth up in a cave.

This cave.

Wait, so Perseus discovered

the New World?

Yeah. It's all in my book.

At least what should be my book.

Sinbad, not now.

How did we even get

in this place?

Same way Perseus killed Medusa.

Through the neck.

Open sesame.

The treasure of Perseus.


What? Oh yeah.

Someone's been here.


Why didn't they take nothing?

Probably some academic moron

who wants to preserve this place.

How do you even know that?

Because I use to be one of those

academic morons.

Let's hurry.

Oh yeah. That's nice.

That's nice.

That's nasty, man.

Look, just leave it, alright? Let's just go.

No, no, no.

This bitch made it personal.

I'm going to sell this thing and buy

a yacht the size of a football field.


We were just browsing.

What kind of return policy do

you guys have?

- Who are you?

- We were just leaving.


Want that?

Ha Ha!

Get him!

Go! Go! Go!

Oh, come on.


That kid just stole the next

atom bomb.

I want it back.

- Find him immediately. Understood?

- Yeah.

Left this though.


You should log into his Facebook.

Say something stupid.


Don't talk.

Ten thousand dollar. My final offer.

The gold alone is worth that.

- Fine. The new price is nine thousand.

- Nine? What happened to ten?

You annoy me.

Service charge.

Wait, have you actually sucked

the life right out of a man?

Because right now I feel like I w ant

a divorce and we're not even married.

So go sell it somewhere else.

But I doubt they'll give you cash today.

Come on. Throw in some hazard pay?

I almost go shot getting this.

Who did you try to

kill for this?

They tried to kill me.

Were they government?

No. Fortune hunters like me.

Big guy had an eye patch.

- The other was wearing a thingy. Like...

- The other one...

Was he a bit of a...dandy?

Do you interrupt everybody's


I was going to introduce you after our deal.

Sinbad, meet Ace Adar.

I'm an aficionado of you,

young man.

- Well that sound a little bit dirty.

- No.

Half of my collections at home are pieces

you've found and sold to Lyta here.

Anything of interest?

No artifacts this time.

Just gems.

"Just gems." Lyta, give me what I

need for my boat so I can leave town

and end our torrid love affair.

- Ooh!

- Ooh! You hurt so good.

Careful. That gave me a chemical

burn when I touched it.



Do you know what this is?

Oh, Oh yes.

I believe you found the

Heart of Medusa.

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