This 2012 Oliver Krekel effort is a total embarrassment to all sectors of the film industry, and aside from the catchy name and misleading promotional art, the film is a major waste of time, both for viewers and the entire cast and crew of "Robin Hood-Ghosts Of Sherwood."
What potential this film had was butchered by both the stiff acting and the God awful audio mixed with the failure of post production dubbing and syncing up the actors lip movements. No exaggerations when I say watching this was similar to a root canal procedure and should have been scrapped in the early production stages.
Apparently the film was shot in "true digital 3D" so I will not comment on much of the visuals because I understand a bulk of the process was downgraded for a 2D release, but that can only save so much face for "Robin Hood-Ghosts Of Sherwood." Even with flawless visuals the five-minutes-shy of two hours film would have been just as nauseating and useless to the art form of motion pictures.
Aide from the castle location, there wasn't a stroke of rustic finesse with film aesthetics like one would come to expect when associating the name of "Robin Hood." Instead the wardrobes and clothing were obviously tossed together and not thought out at all, looking more like an adult trick or treat party than anything remotely authentic.
There were numerous sequences where the characters heads were only half visible and it took over an hour for anything to really happen and even then a despicable song blasts while a gaudy and cliche romance between Robin Hood and Maid Marian blossoms out of nowhere.
Stay away from this film at all costs. Being disappointed is a massive understatement. If the story was sent through a wood chipper and the only few pages that remained were the actual "Ghosts" sections, only then would we be able to save "Robin Hood-Ghosts Of Sherwood" and it would have to be after heavy editing along with a totally new cast and crew.
Meaning this was a fairly decent idea based off the title alone, someone else needs to redo this and put more effort, time and money into it. Word of advice; sometimes no matter how much time and work was put into something, it should be scrapped before it sees the light of day. It can totally taint and destroy a resume or career before it even starts.