I watched (most of) the Dungeons and Dragons sequel on Scifi. I gotta say, it was muhc better than the original, though that doesn't say a whole lot. The budget was lower, the special effects were subpar, but it seemed like the writers had certainly opened a D&D book in the making of the film. The opening credits were full of actual illustrations from the Monster Manual, and they kept dropping names like Kuo-Toa and Obad-Hai. The acting was far better than the original D&D, though not really oscar quality, and the black dracolich or whatever it was, had the distinctive Todd Lockwood black dragon features. Not a big release, not great, but damnit it's a damn sight better than what we got fed last time.