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  • Actors: Kelly Stables, Brad Johnson, Newell Alexander, Erik Denton, Slate Holmgren
  • Directors: Stephen Shimek
  • Writers: Stephen Shimek
  • Producers: Maclain Nelson, Jake Sorensen, Jason Faller, Timothy Gutierrez
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Monarch Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: July 28, 2009
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0027HOBP4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #298,668 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dragon Hunter" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Isaac Singleton Jr., Kelly Stables, Orlando Seale, and Maclain Nelson star. Kendrick of Elwood has always been sheltered by his overprotective big brother Darius since their parents were killed by orcs. Now all grown up, the brothers are forced to flee ag

Customer Reviews

Take this little drama at face value and the pay off is a terrific dragon.
John Patrick Fischner
The filming is bad, unsteady filming, bad story, it is boring and so uneventfull that I hardly wanted to look at it at all.
J. Nordahl
The movies plot was a little dry and the acting was not great but it is worth watching one time.
Yetti 1

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Steve Kuehl VINE VOICE on July 25, 2009
Format: DVD
But in the end - nothing is as I had hoped. Kids come into the store every week wanting a good live action dragon movie so I order all of them knowing there has to be a hit hidden somewhere...not it.

The cover art and storyline should be disregarded as the title should have been something like "Travelers and Talkers" or "The Merry Gypsies" or anything more relevant to the plot. Main question regarding dragon time: the first real critter shows up at the 74 minute mark for a couple seconds, then again for the final battle at the 86 mark for less than a minute. He is SciFi Channel quality dragon via the stop motion animation. Total screen time is less than 70 seconds. That leaves the story and acting. Both were pretty bad, but if you go into it knowing there are only a few fight scenes with "orcs" and one dragon (all while the camera shakes violently) then you might get something out of their travels and conversations. The best part was watching Isaac Singleton (Pirates Caribbean fame) play the strongest warrior role (but his fate can be seen on the back cover art).

No supplements, the picture quality was good, and the sound was not mixed properly through most of the film. Skipper.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John Patrick Fischner on August 19, 2009
Format: DVD
I love a really good fantasy film. Movies like this are living dreams when they are done well, or even half well. Well, this movie won it's third star because of the parts it did well. It would be very easy at this point to start a string of nasty, snide, clever remarks chopping this film to shreds because they didn't have a bazillion dollars to work with. I find no joy in cruel humor. So, let's get the weak points out of the way. The locations were nondescript to the point that it could have been shot almost anywhere, or nowhere. The camera work is sadly marred by hand held deliberate jiggles that do not end when the sword fights end. For a film entitled Dragon Hunter, we spent a lot of time talking about Orks, and fighting Orks. Orks? Yup. Ugly armor, hidden faces, cheep action. There is a remarkably small, cute red head with pointed ears who shoots arrows with supernatural skill. She is one of the best performers in the cast, obviously not a child. And nobody dares call her a fairy.
I also enjoyed the fact that there is no trash talk or nudity to keep this from younger viewers. Neither is there the grand spectacle of huge stone cities or enormous caves that are the grand settings for these magical stories. No big armies. No jagged mountains. This lack of eye candy does hurt the movie.
It is very talky and the younger viewers might loose interest.
But this is a film called Dragon Hunter and finally our ren-fair cast does find the beast!
Take this little drama at face value and the pay off is a terrific dragon. Best of all, this was written and designed to be the first of a series. The more money they make, the more they will have to make better movies with.
We can hope!
One final note. Made in the USA! Totally non-Hollywood. I am liking this one better all the time.
Enjoy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By NoWireHangers on September 5, 2010
Format: DVD
This is one of those movies where the DVD cover art deserves a better movie. Fantasy is a difficult genre, because it takes some budget to pay for the costumes and special effects. BUt with a good script a good director can make a good fantasy movie on a low budget. Unfortunately, "Dragon Hunter" doesn't have a good script and obviously wasn't made by a good director (the same person who wrote the script). The plot is totally uninteresting and moves at a snail's pace. The cast don't help either; I don't expect Oscar-worthy performances in low budget movies but this movie has some of the most wooden dialogue and acting I've ever seen (and I've seen a lot of bad movies). It's slightly amusing to watch for about two minutes but the movie goes on for 90 very slow, very boring minutes. "Dragon Hunter" isn't worth spending money or even time on. I'm sure they had a good time making it but I didn't have a good time watching it.
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The dragon on the cover as well as the use of the word DRAGON should have been banned. It only appeared once at the very beginning and actually for 20seconds at the end. This was a super low budget below High School drama level movie. For fights they shook the camera and you only saw blurred images. The story was worse than the actors and the 4' woman warrior/love interest teenybopper with the "padded outfit" to add "interest?" and the build of a 8 year old was really bad. Forgive me this analogy, but I wonder if she was included for the pedophiles market, because she did nothing and there was NO STORY & NO ACTION & NO ACTORS, just stupid talking and slow walking in what may have been someone's backyard and maybe a city park for the shots with the trees. Kmart sheets for tents must have doubled the cost of the movie. No one carried a bow till they appeared to want to use it but never did...except in the opening shot. I tossed this DVD after paying for it. IT HAD NO REDEAMING QUALITIES...NONE!!! This was the worst video I have ever ever watched/purchased.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Farmer chick on August 26, 2009
Format: DVD
I hated to even give it one star, it deserved none. We rented Dragon Hunter two days ago. The title and description were promising, however, once we pushed "start" we were in for a great disappointment. Even my dragon-loving tween was disgusted. A total waste of money-I am glad I rented and didn't buy. Shaky camera, horrible sound, no closed caption, poor quality overall. Not to mention a horrible storyline and a pitiful several-seconds shot of a terrible dragon-like creature reminiscent of 1960-era special effects. Bad, bad, bad.
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