Knights of Badassdom

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German title Knights of Badassdom
Original title Knights of Badassdom
Country of production United States
original language English
Publishing year 2013
length 89 minutes
Age rating FSK 16
Director Joe Lynch
script Kevin Dreyfuss ,
Matt Wall
production Mark Burton ,
Matt Wall,
Kevin Dreyfuss
music Bear McCreary
camera Sam McCurdy
cut Howard E. Smith

Knights of Badassdom is an American horror comedy directed by Joe Lynch from 2013. Shooting started in 2010, but post-production was delayed again and again due to internal disagreements. In 2013, Entertainment One took over the rights to the film and showed it on September 25, 2013 at Israel's Science Fiction, Fantasy and Roleplay Festival .

The film opened in US cinemas on January 21, 2014. On February 11, 2014, it was also published as video-on-demand . The film that was ultimately released, however, is the version that Wade Bradley created in post-production and not the one Lynch originally planned. The film was released in Germany on DVD and Blu-ray in October 2014.


For the LARP event Fields of Evermore , the participants purchased a mock magic book as a prop, which turns out to be a real grimoire when the participants unintentionally conjure up a real demon , which they then have to fight.


From 12 aggregated ratings, Knights of Badassdom on Rotten Tomatoes achieved a value of 58%.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Certificate of Release for Knights of Badassdom . Voluntary self-regulation of the film industry , July 2014 (PDF; test number: 145 854 K).
  2. Release Info . Internet Movie Database . Retrieved February 25, 2014.
  3. a b R. Lukas: Role players watch out: "Knights of Badassdom" is preparing for release. In: Retrieved February 24, 2014 .
  4. Knights of Badassdom should finally be released. In: Retrieved February 24, 2014 .
  5. Knights of Badassdom. Retrieved August 3, 2017 .