The Gaelic King | Full Movie | Action Adventure


The Gaelic King – Set in war-torn 800AD Scotland, The Gaelic King tells the story of warrior-king Alpin mac Eachdach. When his young brother is captured, Alpin must hunt the kidnappers though a dark forest that hides an ancient evil.
2017. Stars: Alasdair Blair, Simon DeSilva, Peter Cosgrove
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