For a thousand years, the Reapers guarded mankind from the demons that wait in the dark. Now, at the beginning of a new age, the Reapers are betrayed and slaughtered. Only one Reaper remains - Red, and she's out to exact revenge.
It's been 100 years since The Red Reaper, half human, half demon was traded to the demons by the Teller Witch - her own mother. Rescued by the Reapers, a sacred clan of human/ demon warriors, they raised her as their own, even though she was more demon than the rest of them. Abandoned by her mother, at odds with her Reaper family, struggling with her Reaper training and in love with one man she couldn't have - nothing was going right for the Red Reaper. She was untrained, untested and shared none of her mother's magical abilities. She couldn't even see the future, her mother's greatest gift. Until the day she did. And it changed the world forever. Written by
Former WWE wrestler Al Snow choreographed the fight scene in the waterfall with Tara Cardinal, which he performed. Due to his extensive wrestling training and extreme strength, he was able to lift her out of the water and above his head while she was full nude - thus giving him almost nothing to hold on to. See more »
I watched the premier of "The Legend of The Red Reaper" last night and I was amazed. The action is fantastic, the acting is great, and the storyline is very compelling. Tara Cardinal did an unbelievable job making this film. It keeps you spellbound from start to finish. The fight sequences were extremely realistic, and the costumes and make-up gave a true feeling for the time period. What is so much fun is that this is a swashbuckling epic, but it is done with a woman as the hero and a perspective that definitely reflects a woman's point of view. I saw this at the Central Florida Film Festival and it won my vote for Best Picture. I hope this film quickly moves from the festival circuit to being available to the general public. It is truly a very watchable film and hopefully, the filmmaker, Tara Cardinal, will follow it up with another feature very soon.
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