Anyways, probably not many people know about this movie but recently I was discussing the movie due to an ATS member asking me about my avatar, so I
decided to post this thread and link. The movie was made with a low budget, but imo it is actually really good for being a low budget movie.
If you like fantasy/action movies this one is pretty good.
Here is a link to the first 7 minutes of the film, and the first awesome fight scene between Nemyt (the beautiful and talented Dani Chuchran) and the
orc shaman Fangtor Bloodmoon (Adam Abram)
The short video is provided by Arrowstorm Entertainment/Arrowstorment and is legal as far as I know.
edit on 16-9-2014 by ElectricUniverse because: add comment.
Caught this on netflix a few weeks back. It was interesting enough to hold my attention, even though the acting and costuming was a little bit
squint-worthy. I didn't make it all the way through the film sadly, although I might take another look. It felt like one of those 'I'm into sci fi
stuff and this should be cool to watch, but it looks fairly poor in quality, but not enough to make me stop watching it' kind of movies. It probably
would have helped to know the plot.
Yeah, it is a low budget movie. Arrowstorm Entertainment made that movie, and paid all actors, special effects, make up artists etc
$33,327 USD, and that includes their revenue. The movie is
low budget but how many movies have cost a lot more than this one and were worst? They did a good job with what they got imo.
You are right. I forgot to mention that the movie was released in Europe with a different name, "Saga: Rise of the shadow Warrior" and in the U.S.
and Canada (I think) it's under that name you gave or ( Dragon Lore: Curse of the Shadow ) ( SAGA - Curse of the Shadow ). "Saga: The Shadow
Cabal" was also one of the first names they were thinking about giving to the movie.
Lots of names, but still, I think the movie was well worth it.
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