Excalibur (1981)


Directed by: John Boorman

Stars: Nigel Terry, Helen Mirren, Nicholas Clay

Language: English + Commentary (2nd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Also known as: The Knights

Description: Merlin the magician helps Arthur Pendragon unite the Britons around the Round Table of Camelot, even as dark forces conspire to tear it apart.


3.15GB | 140:47mins | 1280×720 | mkv

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13 Responses to Excalibur (1981)

  1. Nick says:

    This is the best movie re-telling of the Arthurian Legend.

    There were other movies trying telling the myth but this one is the best even for today standards

  2. h-fiveo says:

    I loved this when it came out . But at the time i was working with Nicol Willamson and after the preview he said seriously he was going to need a new job…he hated the movie and his performance

  3. Casshern says:

    Though you can see the low budget, Boorman delivered another great piece of direction.

    I really like his universal theme that human mankind lost his connection to nature and everything goes wrong until he remembers.

    Zardoz has a very good commentary track with him too

  4. Mr.G. says:

    Nicol Williamson here steals the role of Merlin once and for all eternity perfectly casted with Shakespearean Helen Mirren (Morgana) trying to steal from him the charm of creation: anál nathrach… Otherwise, it’s the uncensored version alright.

  5. Marco says:

    Awesome movie! Although a tad self-indulgent, nonetheless it’s a visually terrific movie. Typical 1980’s brave filmmaking. Thanks for posting this. RL rules!!!

  6. Noah Body says:

    You, Sir, are a Genius!

    I knew it all along, but still would NEVER have thought to categorize this movie as Incest >:)


  7. John says:

    Thanks for doing so quickly!

  8. jackson j williams says:

    A Classic telling of the legend of King Arthur. John Boorman does a great job telling this story. Again, thanks.

  9. Phaota says:

    Commentary is with director John Boorman.

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