Highlander: The Source
Highlander: The Source (2007).
I don't know if I'll do a full review of this or not, so for now, some brief thoughts. It was on SciFi on Saturday afternoon, and the TV had already been on the channel to record the program before, so noticing it 20 mins in, I decided to DVR it and watch it. I suppose it wasn't Highlander II bad, but it was not very good.
I actually liked Highlander: Endgame (2000), and I struggled to see how The Source fit in with the way Endgame was, since theoretically Duncan MacLeod was the only one left after Endgame (depending on the ending - the ending I saw first had him and Kate/Faith still alive, but the theatrical one was just Duncan).
Highlander as a franchise is one that has always struggled with continuity. Highlander II: The Quickening (1991) was most notable in this regard. Highlander III: The Sorcerer (1994) built upon the story of the first film, ignoring the 2nd one altogether. Endgame attempted to close a few loops, by tying Connor and Duncan into the same storyline, picking up where III left off. In the middle was the TV series (1992-1998) that featured Adrian Paul as Duncan. Lambert's Connor guest-starred on the pilot episode, titled "The Gathering". (Speaking of which, IMDB has hulu pass-through for full episodes of at least the first season...)
And on an unconnected note, for any Bruce Campbell fans out there... he is a regular on the new USA network series "Burn Notice".