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Midnight Chronicles (2009)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy | 13 August 2009 (USA)
In the world of MIDNIGHT, it is a time of overwhelming darkness. After three ages of scheming and war, the dark god Izrador has finally defeated the heroes and armies of the free races. Now... See full summary »




Credited cast:
Charles Hubbell ... Mag Kiln
Matt Amendt Matt Amendt ... Gaelen
Steve Sweere Steve Sweere ... Morrec
Dawn Brodey ... Chuzara
Sam L. Landman Sam L. Landman ... Kruce
Melissa Anne Murphy Melissa Anne Murphy ... Iana
Joseph Papke Joseph Papke ... Deleth
Richard Ooms Richard Ooms ... Geddon & Grimnor
Claudia Wilkens ... Mayor Lesher
Pat Hammond Pat Hammond ... Dolan
Karen Wiese-Thompson Karen Wiese-Thompson ... The Magistrate
Emily Fradenburgh ... Crawlis
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bonni Allen Bonni Allen ... Shai
Mike Ascher Mike Ascher ... Hero
Chars Bonin ... Rebel Leader


In the world of MIDNIGHT, it is a time of overwhelming darkness. After three ages of scheming and war, the dark god Izrador has finally defeated the heroes and armies of the free races. Now, he rules the world of Aryth with an iron fist. Enslaved under the Shadow, the race of men leads an oppressed existence, and the elves and dwarves have retreated to distant forests and mountains, where their desperate resistance is slowly succumbing to the unyielding might of the Shadow. Investigating the disappearance of a legate priest, the infamous Mag Kiln has been ordered by the church to travel to the small Erenlander town of Blackweir. There, he soon becomes entangled in an old mystery and begins to uncover not only the forbidden legacy of the town, but the malevolent, prophetic force that grows within him. MIDNIGHT CHRONICLES is the epic narrative that tells the tale of two legendary characters -- one for the cause of good, the other for the cause of evil. This is the story of their rise, ... Written by Epic Level Entertainment

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The Shadow will fall.


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Uwe Boll should take a lesson
11 August 2009 | by footsoreSee all my reviews

For a low budget film I thought this was actually quite well done. It was 10x the film the Dungeon and Dragon movies were, and makes all the Uwe Boll films look pathetic in comparison *cough*Bloodrayne*cough*.

What I particularly liked was they didn't waste a red cent on horribly mediocre stunt work, and pointless fight scenes with silly explosions. They stuck to the story, and clearly knew their limitations. I'd put this film slightly above the much larger budgeted Eragon, and it left me wanting more, not wishing I had the last 2 hours of my life back.

I look forward to a sequel to this fanfilm'esquire first attempt, or at least get more substantial directorial work for Christian Petersen.

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13 August 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Letopisi Ponoći See more »

Filming Locations:

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo (Dolby 2.0)



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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