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Cast

  (in credits order)

Rusty Joiner ... John Norton

Masiela Lusha ... Princess Aleya

Wesley John ... Whitefeather

Isaac C. Singleton Jr. ... Fangmark

Maclain Nelson ... Scooter

Adam Johnson ... Gorejaw / Billy

Clare Niederpruem ... Katie McQueen

Jake Van Wagoner ... Leeroy

Rocky Myers ... Cline
Mark Brocksmith ... Bonebag
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richard Allen ... Richard Conrad
Marshall Glass ... Peterson

Clare Grant ... Voice of Anathema
Renny Ison ... Skarback
Samantha Law ... Anathema
Ted Leaman ... Elfpelt
Ryan Palmer ... Stewart

Cory Robinson
Jon Lindsey ... Orc (uncredited)

Directed by
Kohl Glass 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jason Faller  story
Kohl Glass  writer
Kynan Griffin  story

Produced by
Saad Al-Enezi .... executive producer
Brett Bozeman .... executive producer
Jason Faller .... producer
Mem Ferda .... co-producer
Adrian Ron Freeman .... associate producer
Kynan Griffin .... producer
Jennifer Kirkham .... co-producer
Peter A.T. McQuillan .... associate producer
George Nelson .... associate producer
Maclain Nelson .... co-producer
Stephan Hans Erwin Reitz .... associate producer
Rizwan Virk .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Stephen J. Anderson 
 
Cinematography by
Cammon Randle 
 
Film Editing by
Kohl Glass 
 
Casting by
Ellery J. White 
 
Production Design by
Anne K. Black 
 
Costume Design by
Clare Niederpruem  (as Clare Nelson)
 
Makeup Department
Danielle Donahue .... makeup artist
Danielle Donahue .... makeup artist
Kory Gregersen .... special makeup effects artist
Chris Hanson .... special effects makeup supervisor
Isaac Meyers .... key hair stylist
Isaac Meyers .... key makeup artist
Abigail Steele .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Ammon Jones .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Rob Au .... second unit director
Kynan Griffin .... second unit director
Mark Spencer .... second assistant director
Aaron Walters .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Larissa Beck .... set dresser
Kurt Knight .... property master
Chris Le .... graphic designer
 
Sound Department
Joe Adamic .... sound mixer
Tessa Gencarelli .... assistant adr recordist
Nate Hoffman .... dialogue editor
Nate Hoffman .... re-recording mixer
Nate Hoffman .... supervising sound editor
Martin Afele Palmer .... sound editor
Owen Peterson .... sound effects editor
Patrick Sexton .... adr recordist
 
Special Effects by
Clark Edmunds .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Rob Au .... digital effects
Rob Au .... visual effects supervisor
Rob Field .... visual effects
Matt Hoffman .... visual effects supervisor
Ammon Jones .... visual effects producer
 
Stunts
Ben Merrill .... assistant fight coordinator
David A. Skousen .... fight coordinator (as David Skousen)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jacob Bushman .... second assistant camera
Jake Bushman .... second assistant camera
Denver James Harward .... assistant camera (as Denver Harward)
Kyle Raney .... gaffer
Scott W. Warren .... first assistant camera
Mike Zarbock .... assistant camera
 
Animation Department
Jarom Brand .... animator
Jarom Brand .... rigging technical director
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Annette Knight .... key seamstress
 
Editorial Department
Mike Zarbock .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Stephen J. Anderson .... composer: theme music
Justin Bell .... composer: additional music
 
Transportation Department
Ryan L. Palmer .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Travis Shreeve .... auditor
Yun .... craft service
 

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97 min
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Germany:16 | Germany:16 (DVD rating) | UK:15
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Continuity: (at around 36 mins) When the hero goes looking for the Orc in his house, he's wearing a tank top and no hat. He goes into the basement, and fights the Orc, but now he's wearing a hat and shirt. He kicks the unconscious Orc down the stairs (from the basement to the main floor) and then is back to wearing a tank top and no hat.See more »

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Guardian of the gate, 6 October 2014
Author: unbrokenmetal from Hamburg, Germany

Former soldier John Norton buys a ranch in the middle of nowhere (shot in Utah) and is surprised to find that his new neighbors are an elf princess and an army of Orcs chasing her. He happens to live next to a gate to another world and is destined to become guardian of the gate. Not an easy task, as evil creatures are coming through every day. Since the Orcs do not know guns, though, they think Norton is a sorcerer with magic weapons, but when he defends the princess, the Orcs summon a powerful ally to strike back: a fire-breathing dragon...

Despite the low budget, simple countryside setting and unknown actors, this was surprisingly good fun. The script has a great sense of humor (for example when Katie gets a gun to fight the Orcs because they wrecked her car), nobody takes it too seriously, and the overall feeling is like watching an 1980s trash classic rather than a new digital production. Nothing wrong with that!

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