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Four very different high school teenagers battle trolls, ghouls and a dark leader of them named Maldark in a video game that goes haywire and releases the battle into the real world.

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Peter Lauer
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Credited cast:
Gaelan Connell ... Wyatt
Connor Del Rio ... Dante
Jessie T. Usher ... Lyle (as Jessie Usher)
Aimee Carrero ... Angie
George Faughnan George Faughnan ... Maldark
Jason McKinnon ... Mr. Spenader
Ron Clinton Smith ... Coach Hawkins
Matt Felten Matt Felten ... Bard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Katie Adkins ... Kissing Girl
Eric André ... Max Ross
Lai-Ling Bernstein Lai-Ling Bernstein ... Lacross Player
Sage Brocklebank ... Men In Black Security
Lorne Cardinal ... Principal Storm
Sarah Reagin Clemmensen ... Angry Waitress (as Sarah Reagin)
Frances Cobb Frances Cobb ... Neighbor
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Four very different high school teenagers battle trolls, ghouls and a dark leader of them named Maldark in a video game that goes haywire and releases the battle into the real world.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 November 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Gémerek See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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$500,000 (estimated)
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References Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »

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A bit different
1 December 2011 | by rogue9000See all my reviews

This show is not as bad as some people think. The idea of characters from a computer game appearing in reality is not a new idea but they have created a decent story on how it happened (sort of). This show has a guild who play together who turn out to be a nerd,bad boy and jock showing that many different types of people play these games which makes a change from it only being the nerdy kids. People have said that the weapons look stupid but they are supposed to look like the ones from the game so i do not know what they expected. This first episode (pilot film) sets up the story well has some lines that game players will recognise and has enough action to keep young kids spellbound. All in all i enjoyed the show and hope it does continue as there is such a wealth of online material they could use (i wonder how long it would be before Chuck Norris is mentioned lol).


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