Ironclad: Battle For Blood
The film revolves around a series of adventures at the Castle of Rochester, where Hubert leads the four mercenaries to the besieged fortress of De Vissi. They help the garrison defeat Scottish attacks and continue to escalate losses as the siege continues and the story contains action and excitement.
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Matt Glasby Total Film
March 10, 2014 What should have been a quick, exciting medieval skirmish starts to feel like the 100 Years War.Read in Source
Chris Klimek The Dissolve
July 23, 2014 ...a grisly, humorless, tension-free, badly shot slog of a sorta-sequel.Read in Source
Lisa Giles-Keddie HeyUGuys
March 13, 2014 The director manages to deliver a commendable production on what appears to be little budget.Read in Source
Leslie Felperin Hollywood Reporter
July 22, 2014 Essentially 108 minutes of woad-daubed Scots and begrimed English settlers slogging it out over a castle on the Scottish border in 1221.Read in Source
July 25, 2014 It throws historical accuracy out the window even more than its predecessor.Read in Source
Betty Jo Tucker ReelTalk Movie Reviews
July 31, 2014 Despite too much jerky camera work, 'Ironclad 2' boasts lots of action and a stirring background score. Plus, its cup runneth over with medieval blood and gore.Read in Source
Brian Orndorf Blu-ray.com
July 10, 2014 Attempting to cover up production constraints, English makes Battle for Blood visually worthless at times, which doesn't help the picture's ongoing fatigue as it gradually runs out of shock value and fascinating characters.Read in Source
Michael Nordine L.A. Weekly
July 22, 2014 Battle for Blood is ultimately too accurate a subtitle; this film is a bloodbath, and not an edifying one in the slightest.Read in Source
Robert Abele Los Angeles Times
July 24, 2014 The title's promise of violence is dutifully met in gory, sonically squishy close-quarter melees shot in Confuse-o-vision, as if the camera had been strapped to a whirring blender before the footage was edited with the puree button.Read in Source
Trevor Johnston Time Out
March 12, 2014 Much sound and fury ensues, but without a compelling story behind it, it signifies very little.Read in Source
Ed Whitfield The Ooh Tray
March 20, 2014 It has the feel of a follow up that English either helmed so no one else could or was desperate to make, despite a lack of interest from financiers and agents.Read in Source
Maitland McDonagh Film Journal International
July 24, 2014 Battle for Blood continues to make 13th-century England look like a truly wretched place to live or, more often, die in. But while it delivers some strong battle sequences, the characters are less vividly drawn than in its predecessor.Read in Source
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