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Judge Minty (2013)

An aging judge becomes empathic and decides to retire. By law, every judge that opts for retirement receives full honors and must leave Mega-City One to find a good death in the wastelands ruled by savage gangs, beasts and anarchy.


Michael Carroll (co-writer), Steven Sterlacchini (co-writer)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Edmund Dehn ... Judge Minty
Greg Staples Greg Staples ... Judge Dredd
Mark Watson Mark Watson ... Aquila
Peter Seddon Peter Seddon ... Napoleon Hat Cursed Earth Gang Member
Domino Barbeau Domino Barbeau ... Ceremony Judge / Additional Voices
Jared Butler ... Judge Dredd / Additional Voices (voice)
Fryda Wolff ... Fairville Town Announcer / Additional Voices (voice)
Mark Engelhardt ... Additional voices (voice)
Rocco Rosanio ... Additional voices (voice)
Mike Mohrhardt Mike Mohrhardt ... Additional voices (voice) (as Michael Mohrhardt)
Jim Dorsey Jim Dorsey ... Additional voices (voice) (as Jim 'Tank' Dorsey)
Ben Woods Ben Woods ... Additional voices (voice)
Matthew Banwell Matthew Banwell ... Kovaks Gang Leader
Darren Beddows Darren Beddows ... Kovaks Gang Member / Gas Masked Sniper Cursed Earth Gang Member / Judge
Matt Beddows Matt Beddows ... Tracker 'Monkey' Cursed Earth Gang Member / Paintball Mas Cursed Earth Gang Member


Judge Minty is a not for profit fan film based on the world of the comic book character 'Judge Dredd'. It is an original work, following the tale of a secondary figure from the stories. Judge William Minty has spent his entire adult life policing the violent streets of Mega-City One and now he's slowing down. When a lapse of judgement almost ends his life, he knows that it's time to quit. He can choose to teach in the Academy, or he can leave the city and walk alone out into the anarchy of the Cursed Earth, taking law to the lawless. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Action | Drama | Sci-Fi

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7 May 2013 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

As much as I enjoyed Dredd (2012), I did struggle a little with Mega City One's 'realistic' aesthetic, and to a lesser extent, the practical design of the judges' uniforms and their new-look lawmasters. What fan-film Judge Minty proves is that, even when working on a very tight budget, the unmistakable visual style of 2000AD's greatest strip need not be compromised. Mega City One is exactly as it should be; the Judges' uniforms retain the iconic gold shoulder pad and the eagle; the lawmaster looks exactly like it did in the comic. And it works. Brilliantly.

Put simply, director Steven Sterlacchini, his cast and crew have worked miracles, their obvious passion for all things Dredd shining through in every frame; the attention to detail is stunning, the effects are great and the plot, although simple, is guaranteed to please long time fans of the comic strip, with the action taking place both on the streets of Mega City One and the wastelands of The Cursed Earth. Watching Judge Minty, one cannot help wonder what these guys might have achieved with more money at their disposal; someone should give them a chance to show us...

I'm so impressed, I'm giving this a rating of 8.5/10 (rounded up to 9 for IMDb), which is actually higher than I gave Dredd!!!

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