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It's everything a sword and scorcery series should be.
Speaking to The Daily Mail through Total Film, Hiddleston said of his character: Loki's like a comic book version of Edmund in King Lear, but nastier… skilled in black magic and scorcery.
‘Well, Loki’s skilled in black magic and scorcery.
Ye must know that the worshipful Laird of Ellangowan was not so preceese as he might have been in clearing his land of witches (concerning whom it is said Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live) nor of those who had familiar spirits, and consulted with divination, and scorcery, and lots, which is the fashion with the Egyptians, as they ca themsells, and other unhappy bodies, in this our country.
These are trying times and as I said there's more scorcery around.
The Devil’s Sword, a cheesy Indonesian sword ‘n scorcery fest, is cut from the same mold.