Kevin Sorbo plays "Kull", a barbarian. He tries to join another team but must prove himself worthy in a sword fight, in the water with swords-aflame, blindfolded. He loses. Later, he has a sword fight with a king. He stabs the king. The birthrights want the crown, but just before the king dies, he gives the crown to Kull. Now Kull is the king. He sends the slaves free and those born inside the palace are given a wage. Outside, Kull sees a man by the name of Ascalante (played by rap artist Litefoot, also known as G. Paul Davis. You may recall Litefoot in the film, The Indian in the Cupboard ) is being whipped for worshipping his God at the eternal flame. Kull orders him free. Ascalante then becomes Kull's partner. Harvey Fierstein adds comic relief in his role. This film was meant to be a third "Conan" film, Conan the Conqueror, but when Arnold Schwarzenegger refused to reprise the Conan role, the script was rewritten as "Kull" for Kevin Sorbo. My only interest in seeing this film is the casting of Litefoot/G. Paul Davis.