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Dragonfyre (2013)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy | 6 September 2013 (USA)
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A battle-weary ex-Special Forces Operative buys a ranch in remote American West to flee from the world, and encounters a strange series of trespassers, including a beautiful elf princess ... See full summary »

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Kohl Glass

Writers:

Kohl Glass, Jason Faller (story by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rusty Joiner ... John Norton
Masiela Lusha ... Princess Aleya
Wesley John 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
Richard Allen Richard Allen ... Richard Conrad (as Rick Allen)
Samantha Law Samantha Law ... Anathema
Brad Johnson ... Brant
T.R. Gourley T.R. Gourley ... Falrick (as Taylor Gourley)
Marshall Glass Marshall Glass ... Peterson / Roughtooth
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A battle-weary ex-Special Forces Operative buys a ranch in remote American West to flee from the world, and encounters a strange series of trespassers, including a beautiful elf princess and a Native American mystic and Orcs. When the Orcs invade his property, John must give up his isolation to become a hero, before the Orcs unleash their dragon god on our world. Written by Anonymous

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Just over half way through, the Special Forces hero is using a .50 cal sniper rifle to take out some of the Orcs, except he is looking through the scope and shooting, but has not removed the lens cap from the far end. It is clearly visibly still on the scope so he couldn't see jack in real life through it. See more »

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Hmmm, lawsuit material?
11 April 2016 | by douglaswhiddenSee all my reviews

Sort of wondering about the legal implications of using what is clearly a slightly altered (in the hilt) or knock-off version of the LOTR licensed Sting sword. Clearly there's some fandom going on, including dialogue references to LOTR, so maybe it's all in good fun, but they even showed the sword in the end credits, with clearly visible Elvish script and all.

However, have to give props; the practical make-up was pretty darn good, almost as good as the digital fill-ins were bad, and the voice acting at least was on the verge of stirring at times. Given the budget, good effort.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

6 September 2013 (USA) See more »

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Salt Lake City, Utah, USA See more »

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$350,000 (estimated)
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