Frontier Guard is set in the 25th Century, by which time humans have spread out into the galaxy. But our history leaves many secrets to be found. Our story begins when Conner Blake is ... See full summary »






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Corey Jones ...
 Connor Blake (12 episodes, 2010)
 Kasper Gribb (12 episodes, 2010)
 Zyta Campbell (12 episodes, 2010)
Ryder Bach ...
 Jacek Tawn (12 episodes, 2010)
 Sarah Johnson (12 episodes, 2010)


Frontier Guard is set in the 25th Century, by which time humans have spread out into the galaxy. But our history leaves many secrets to be found. Our story begins when Conner Blake is accepted into the Frontier Guard Academy and is immediately assigned to the worst training vessel on campus, the starship Polaris. His past quickly returns to haunt him as he struggles with his identity and his fellow Academy cadets aboard the Polaris. Written by Anonymous

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8 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

On behalf of the cast and crew of Frontier Guard I would like to say thank you very much for your time spent on your review of our show Frontier Guard. You were very precise and clear with your critiques.

However many things need to be brought to attention or researched before a critique can move forward. Mr. Caves entire production was accomplished on little to no budget and yet he still had the determination and motivation to set up the entire production and cast actors that were willing to work for little to no money at all and drive to the location of Pasadena which was out of the way for many of the actors and crew members including myself.

Many members of the cast were young actors that are gaining more experience as time goes on and or were friends that had little acting experience and were willing to help Rob create this production. While I appreciate the criticism I also ask that you take these factors into account and realize that while your expertise on film or television making is wise I ask that you expand that wisdom to common sense and critique in a constructive manor. I do not mean that you glorify the show and let your specific critique go to the way side because we can all benefit from your critique and I thank you for it. But what I do ask is that you apply your knowledge to something that's worth critiquing. This show was clearly never meant to be broadcast on a national network with the quality in which it was delivered and was merely a pitch of a rough idea of something that could turn into a more serious production with more serious effects, acting, production quality and an appropriate budget.

With all of your wisdom in all that you wrote, I say thank you, but I would suggest looking for a job at Variety, a professional Critiques magazine or news paper because I hate to see such talent in criticism go to waste by sitting in front of your computer looking up no budget films and ripping them apart for their efforts before researching the cast and crew and assessing what can be accurately criticized or what should be a private criticism note sent to the producer and willing to help rather than tarnish. I wish you luck on your job hunt. I am right there with you on that job hunt and I'am continuing to study my art and get better as not just an actor but as a person as well.

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