A secret cabal, The Shadow, works to bring about the return of Goth Azul - the Undead God - in the rich world of SAGA, populated by elves, orcs, dwarves and dragons.


John Lyde
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Danielle C. Ryan ... Nemyt Akaia (as Danielle Chuchran)
Richard McWilliams ... Keltus the Wanderer
Paul D. Hunt ... Kullimon the Black
James C. Morris ... Gyarmuck / Maggut Gulbrow
Eve Mauro ... Tarsa
Danny James ... General Drennon
Kyle Paul ... Mulgrut
James Gaisford James Gaisford ... Kethku
Bailee MyKell Cowperthwaite ... Prophetess (as Bailee Mykell Cowperthwaite)
Stephanie Breinholt Stephanie Breinholt ... Prophetess (voice)
Nichelle Aiden ... Delorus the Mermaid
Clare Niederpruem ... Mulva the Mermaid
Christel Edwards Christel Edwards ... Gipple the Mermaid (as Christel Edwards Anthony)
Andrew Liston Andrew Liston ... Hulking Abomination / Goth Azul
Adam Abram ... Fangtor Bloodmoon


A ruthless elven bounty huntress (Nemyt) shoots down the dragon ridden by the fugitive orc shaman, Fangtor Bloodmoon. When Fangtor refuses to surrender quietly, the huntress must battle for her own life against the dangerous villain, and comes away with more than just his head. Written by Anonymous

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Plot Keywords:

high fantasy | orc | elf | dwarf | firearm | See All (8) »


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The first scene (Nemyt vs Fangtor) was done as a concept for a possible series or movie. It was shot beginning of 2012, while the rest of the film was taken later in August. Nemyt's costume is different, and Danielle Chuchran looks more adult. See more »


Nemyt has no scroll, when she approaches Fangtor. Seconds later it is there. See more »


Nemyt: You've been busy, Fangtor Bloodmoon! Murder, rape, arson, desecration of a holy relict... ts ts ts ts.
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Spun-off from Saga (2008) See more »

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This is what JourneyQuest would be like if it had a budget:: A+
28 June 2013 | by Justice68See all my reviews

Given the nature of the film, the content and the advertising - I admit I was inclined to watch it anyways. However reading some of the comments here I got the impression this was a film over-looked by the normal mass viewer.

Fortunately I did watch it and I agree with things expressed here so far. The film is so natural feeling, yet with a hint of amateur innocence. Great set pieces, costumes, scenery. The dialogue is acceptable, the pace is quick and the direction is clear.

I only wish it was longer or a part of a larger series.

If this is what 'Indie' can do on a budget, I'm hopeful for the future of B films.

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Release Date:

2 April 2014 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

SAGA: Curse of the Shadow See more »

Filming Locations:

Utah, USA

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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