Welcome to Day 5 of the AtoZChallenge and the letter E. Every day in April (except Sundays) I will be making a post about shapeshifters of all kinds. Check back to see my choices and, from time to time some flash fiction too.
E is for
Evil-lynMasters of the Universe.
Evil-Lyn, played wonderfully by the stunning Meg Foster is one of the hench-persons of the terrible Skeletor, who has used the Cosmic Key to invade Castle Greyskull and imprison the Sorceress.
He-man and friends escape to Earth, only to be pursued by forces led by Evil-Lyn. She is clearly the brains among the hence-persons. She is a sorcess with the power to transform into anything or anyone, which she uses to trick Julie into helping her.
If you like your action loud, your plots obvious and your dialog a little corny, this is the movie for you. It is unadulterated fun without remorse. If nothing else you get to see Dolph Lundgren flexing his muscles as He-Man ;).
Werewolf of the Day
Captian Etienne of Navarre (Ladyhawke)
However, I am not talking about Mouse, since he is a clever, but average mortal. Today's werewolf if Captain Etienne of Navarre, mostly know as Navarre as played by Rutger Hauer. Cursed by the rogue Bishop of Aquila he becomes a wolf every night, driven by his instincts with no human mind.
To make it worse, the love of his life, Isabeau, if cursed to become a hawk by day and only turns back into a woman at night. They meet for a fleeting moment each dawn and each evening and that is all.
Navarre has had enough and plans to kill the Bishop in revenge, but there may be the tiniest hope of a cure. He reluctantly teams up with Mouse, the only man to ever have escaped from the dungeons of Aquila.
This is a great film, everyone should watch it.
Thank you for reading and for any comments, I will visit back.
- Have you seen Masters of the Universe? Aren't the costumes just awesomely over the top!
- Do you think it would be worse to be the hawk or the wolf if under a curse?