Mythica: A Quest for Heroes

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Mythica: A Quest for Heroes
Mythica, A Quest for Heroes official poster.jpeg
Directed byAnne K. Black
Produced byJason Faller and Kynan Griffin
Written byAnne K. Black, Jason Faller, and Kynan Griffin
Starring
  • Melanie Stone
  • Adam Johnson
  • Jake Stormoen
  • Nicola Posener
  • Christopher Robin Miller
  • Kevin Sorbo
  • Natalie Devine
  • Robert Jayne
  • Michael Flynn
Music byNathaniel Drew
CinematographyA. Todd Smith
Edited byRob York
Production
company
Arrowstorm Entertainment
Release date
8 December 2014 (USA)
LanguageEnglish

Mythica: A Quest for Heroes is a 2014 Arrowstorm Entertainment fantasy film written and directed by Anne K. Black and starring Melanie Stone and Kevin Sorbo.[1] The movie was partly funded by a Kickstarter campaign that collected $94,294.[2] It spawned several sequel films.

Plot[edit]

A young magician Marek dreams of escaping her drab life and taking on exciting adventures. When she meets the help-seeking priestess Teela, she offers her assistance and assembles a motley troupe. Together, they go in search of Teela's sister, who was kidnapped by a wild ogre.[3][4]

Cast[edit]

  • Melanie Stone as Marek
  • Adam Johnson as Thane
  • Jake Stormoen as Dagen
  • Nicola Posener as Teela
  • Kevin Sorbo as Gojun Pye
  • Christopher Robin Miller as Hammerhead
  • Robert Jayne as Peregus Malister
  • Michael Flynn as Vagamal
  • Jay Beacham as Temple Elder
  • Natalie Devine Riskas as Caeryn
  • Kee Chan as Mekru Nom
  • Sebastian Michael Barr as Egan

Location[edit]

The movie was shot in Utah, where producers/writers Faller and Griffin are from.[5]

Reviews[edit]

Kevin Sorbo, who plays one of the roles in the film, said about the project: "Mythica"— a movie like "The Lord of the Rings", where I play someone like Gandalf...[6]

Series[edit]

  1. Mythica: A Quest for Heroes (Dec. 2013)
  2. Mythica: The Darkspore (June 2014)
  3. Mythica: The Necromancer (Dec. 2015)
  4. Mythica: The Iron Crown (May 2016)
  5. Mythica: The Godslayer (Nov. 2016)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mythica: A Quest for Heroes
  2. ^ Kickstarter Campaign
  3. ^ Kevin Sorbo Talks Mythica: A Quest for Heroes
  4. ^ GeekDad Interviews Kevin Sorbo of 'Mythica'
  5. ^ "'Mythica: A Quest for Heroes' filmed In Utah". Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. April 10, 2015. Retrieved September 9, 2016.
  6. ^ On the Russian screens out the fantasy thriller "The Legend of Hercules»

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