The War Lord – A Visual Guide

This movie has so many sexual puns, intended or unintended, that it would be a shame not to share some of them. Therefore, this post represents a visual guide to some of the more double sided moments in the Warlords tumultuous life (which may or may not coincide with the actual movie).

Our tale begins with the Warlord happily riding towards his new barony, but as we approach the glorious tower, the first batch of sexually repressed sentiments surface, as the wild frisians attack.

Self-explanatory.

Self-explanatory.

After the raiders are repelled, the Warlord finally reaches his destination.

Freudian phallic reference.

The lowly peasants are excited with the prospect of discovery.

Yes, you may touch the midget.

The Warlord inspects the former baron’s quarters.

Cool party, dude.

The priest dutifully explains the local customs.

Life settles as the Warlord becomes the new liege; a bit of rebuilding, a spot of hunting and the dogs get to have some fun with the village beauty.

“Oh, fair maiden of the forest (previously ravaged by dogs), why doths thou not wish to copulate with me?”

The Warlord furiously stroking the peacock…

…as the Vestal Virgin undergoes the pagan marriage ritual, which includes having various things stuffed in her mouth by different people.

Later, the peasants are somewhat displeased that the newly wedded wife fornicates with the Warlord.

Err, i don’t even want to know what this stands out for…

2 thoughts on “The War Lord – A Visual Guide”

  1. Whoa! This blog looks exactly like my old one!

    It’s on a entirely different topic but it has pretty much the same page layout and design. Superb choice of colors!

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