L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties | DVD (Lionsgate)

L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties | DVD (Lionsgate)

L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties | DVD (Lionsgate)

RELEASE DATE:September 26, 2017

On September 26th, 2017, Lionsgate Home Entertainment is releasing L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand.

From the visual effects team behind James Cameron’s Avatar and Warcraft, this computer-animated, motion-capture, action-adventure odyssey “stars” Kris Wu (xXx: Return of Xander Cage) and Fan Bingbing (League of Gods) as sorcerers battling an evil traitor in order to restore peace to the kingdom.

Supernatural warriors clash with dark forces of evil in this electrifying fantasy-adventure. In a distant time, seven lords who wield powers beyond imagination share dominion over a world. But when one lord falls from grace, the others summon all their magic to stop an epic war that is ravaging the land — and threatening the order of the universe. Based on the fantastic and epic novels by Guo Jingming

L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties is directed by Guo Jing-Ming (Tiny Times film series) and also “stars” Cheney Chen (The Great Wall), Lin Yun (Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons 2), Yan Yikuan (The White Haired Witch of Lunar Kingdom), William Chan (Overheard), Amber Kuo (Sky on Fire), Yang Mi (Wu Dang) and Aarif Rahman (Kung Fu Yoga). Note: Lionsgate will release the film with an English (dubbed) track only.

Pre-order L.O.R.D. from Amazon.com today!

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5 Responses to L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties | DVD (Lionsgate)

  1. AFS says:

    C.R.I.N.G.E

    Still kind of hard to believe this is a 2016 film ^^.

  2. HKFanatic says:

    I get the hate for anything that’s so CG, but I’d still watch this flick, ha ha. Some of the facial animations are pretty impressive.

  3. Paul Bramhall says:

    I got through watching 10 minutes of Liongate’s screener for this one, and couldn’t stand it anymore. Surprisingly though it’s not connected to the movie itself, but rather they’ve inexplicably decided to release this with only an English dub, which sounds like it’s been voiced by a bunch of American teenagers. It rendered it completely unwatchable for my sensitive British ears. So if you want to hear the original Mandarin audio with the voices of Fan Bingbing and co., it’ll be best to wait for the R3 release, which will also provide the option of a Blu-ray. Lionsgate are to Asian movies in the 2010’s what Miramax were to them in the 2000’s – a complete joke.

    • HKFanatic says:

      Wow! That’s incredibly disappointing to hear. My interest in this one has dwindled. Why does Lionsgate not seem to give a $#%& about any of the Asian films they put out? I don’t understand how they make money appealing to the lowest common denominator when Well Go USA does everything in their power to present these films the way they were meant to be seen.

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