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Epitaph: Bread and Salt (2013)

A family of Estrie hunters, unite with a demon hunter to destroy a union of dark cults and their demonic companions.

Director:

Nathyn Masters

Writers:

Nathyn Masters (comic book), Nathyn Masters (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Nathyn Masters ... Victor Locke
Marissa Joy Marissa Joy ... Sarah Hassan / Fist of God
Leena Kurishingal ... Rebecca Hassan
Vahan Artin Vahan Artin ... Adam Hassan
Anita Nicole Brown ... Atraria Atieno / Nightevil
Yohanni Liman Yohanni Liman ... Ashen Yu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ben Albovias Ben Albovias ... Rick Yu
Deann Baker Deann Baker ... Amanda Gray
Rhonda Bausley Rhonda Bausley ... Bathory's Victim
Joseph Canales Joseph Canales ... Satsu
Chenique Charmaine Chenique Charmaine ... Jessica
Tiffany Christine Tiffany Christine ... Igora Fritz
Shavar D. Clark Shavar D. Clark ... Bleeder Kings Vamp 1
Laura Cooper Laura Cooper ... Alana Talbane
Christian Creasy Christian Creasy ... Arcus Fallen
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Storyline

The Defenders of Eden, a family of Estrie hunters, unite with a demon hunter to destroy a union of dark cults with one goal, to drive the world into darkness and to rise to godhood. As the world falls further away from light, Chicago becomes a battleground where evil spirits gain the power to become flesh and enter our world. But when the Defender's prophetic leader Rabbi Adam Hassan's visions lead him to Victor Locke, a man with the power to fight these supernatural creatures, the tide may turn in their secret war...if he chooses to join their fight. Written by Nathyn Brendan Masters

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Let the Undead Bury their Dead

Genres:

Action | Horror | Sci-Fi

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Christopher Kahler was slated to play Dracula/Alucard, but was recast as Frank Stein Industries security chief Rip Dancer who, in the comics, also does private security work for Alucard Industries. See more »

Connections

Spin-off Beauty Secrets (2014) See more »

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Would have been better as a series and ends open ended
17 August 2020 | by Angel_PeterSee all my reviews

Story: seemed fine enough and could have been good for a series. I liked the supernatural setting. But honestly I felt there was too much for a movie.

Acting: Well it was not hamlet but they did okay for a low budget title. Lets get back to the main rule. Do not watch low budget if you do not like it :-)

Make-up/costume: Well it may be because comic book inspired some of them were a bit green and stuff. Or there may have been an explanation we did not get in the movie. It did sometimes look a bit C grade like. But other costumes were just fine.

Action: I found most of the combat OK. I have seen it both better and worse in high budget movies.

Would I recommend this movie?: Not really as it does not end the story line. If you are the kind of person that likes to think your own endings it may be okay. Had there been a sequel then I would most likely have watched it sometimes.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 July 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Budget:

$10,000 (estimated)
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TimeCode Mechanics See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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