Filmed in 2001 and released in 2002, Doom Raiders is a parody based on all those classic action adventure films like The Mummy, The Jewel in the Nile and of course, the Indiana Jones Trilogy! Doom Raiders was bigger and better than any of our previous film projects. It included both custom sets and extensive location filming across the East Mediterranean island of Cyprus.
Whilst a parody, Doom Raiders was the first BYP production to use complete original music, story and characters.
Doom Raiders featured over 100 extras, 3 trucks, 4 horses, 1.5Kg of C4 explosives and 2 helicopters.
Doom Raiders Galleries
Following on from the sensational discovery of a DOOM RAIDERS DVD in HMV, a BYP fan has now dug up another treasure!... [Read more]
Paramali village was abandoned during the Cyprus troubles. Since then it has been used as a training ground for... [Read more]
Just outside of Limassol near the huge salt lake is a tree plantation that was ideally suited for a jungle scene.... [Read more]
With the help of the Cypriot National Guard, Kouros Dam was used during the truck chase. When the soldier is waving... [Read more]
Tomb of the Kings was actually a burial place for ordinary citizens, not kings. The tombs made excellent sets for... [Read more]
For the truck chase and helicopter lift, we had to film on a day, time and location that the helicopters would... [Read more]
This location was actually built inside the Episkopi Theatre Club building. This was very handy as we had mains... [Read more]
Larnia Rock was used in 2 scenes: Discovery of the Idol and the film finale – the joining. Originally, the... [Read more]
This was a real bar located at RAF Akrotiri. We were lucky enough to have real dancers from Limassol to add to... [Read more]