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Pantheon Black (2010)

Not Rated | | Sci-Fi | Video 2 July 2010
A crew of deep space researchers investigates a peculiar asteroid that is covered by what appear to be hieroglyphics. In their curiosity, they cut it open and unleash a being of pure ... See full summary »

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Eve Barden ...
Fallen Angel (as Evgeniya Barden)
D.J. Brouillard ...
Evil Jesus
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Pete
Barry Ellenberger ...
Trooper
Sarah Jamillah Johnson ...
Nadramia
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2nd Captain
Robert Lynch ...
Dr. McPhearson
Laura Magliola ...
Goddess (voice)
J.R.T. Moore ...
Lt. Eneche
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Leon
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Mom
Fabian Rush ...
Ramone
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Holographic Stripper
Joey Tran ...
Crew Man #1
Christy Vogel ...
Josephine
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A crew of deep space researchers investigates a peculiar asteroid that is covered by what appear to be hieroglyphics. In their curiosity, they cut it open and unleash a being of pure darkness; an ancient god that is hell bent on destroying all things spawned from the light. Now, the crew must fight not only for their lives, but also their souls. Starring Robert Pralgo (The Blind Side, The Gates) with special appearances by Daphne Reid (Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) and Mark Joy (Dog Days of Summer, Border Town, Dogma). Pantheon Black is a twisted sci-fi thriller that will leave you shivering with awe and terror. Written by Fabian Rush

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and God said, let there be darkness

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Nice story and concept
26 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I loved the concept. I guess the only thing that threw me on this is the "keying". This was a valiant effort to produce a completely green-screen movie. It is just too bad the keying artifacts were too evident. They were distracting. But overall, the composition and backgrounds and lighting worked well.

Some good acting. The writer/director plays a role and he actually did okay acting... for a director. :)

This movie shows promise in the direction and story. I look forward to seeing the next installment from this director, I just hope he gets a better VFX production. Seriously, if it weren't for the bad keying this would have been much better.

By the way, I am a VFX guru and available....


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