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The League of Legend Keepers: Shadows

USA 2019
produced by
John Harper, Elizabeth Blake-Thomas, Sean McNamara, David Brookwell, Matt Pearcey, Isabella Blake-Thomas for Brookwell McNamara Entertainment, Manik Productions
directed by Elizabeth Blake-Thomas
starring Richard Tyson, Isabella Blake-Thomas, Gabe Eggerling, Marcelo Tubert, Julia Parker, Abigail Titmuss, Michael Piccirilli, Melissa McCarty, Ben Crowley, Charlie Wright, Georgia Hair, Olivia Jellen, Erin Dubreuil, Jake Brennan, Laura Krystine, James Nitti, Britt Flatmo, Nina Cortes, Peter Cortes, Kyle Kittredge, Richard MacRae, Mark McNamara, Tayla Fernandez, Victoria Lopez, Emma Kennedy, Ethan Munck
written by Isabella Blake-Thomas, Bob Nevens jr, music by Erick Schroder

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Sophie's (Isabella Blake-Thomas) archeologist dad Edward (Michael Piccirilli) is trying to settle with his family in smalltown USA after a lifetime of hunting certain relics that according to legend grant unthinkable powers - something he thinks is nonsense of course, the relics though are still of quite some value. And while Sophie has the usual problems fitting into a new high school but finds a good friend in science nerd Edison (Gabe Eggerling), her history teacher (Tayla Fernandez) finds her dad's relics quite fascinating, so much so that she steals them and during the high school Halloween party summons God Ohanzee (Marcelo Tubert) who soon enough creates all-powerful "shadows" - pretty much small black holes powerful enough to lay the world to waste in a day. Now fortunately, there's a small group of people who know what to do in a situation like this, the League of the Legend Keepers, led by of all people Edward's assistant (Richard Tyson). But there's also one problem. Before Ohanzee will go to destroy the world, he is to kill the firstborn of the person who has found the relics - Sophie. So it's Sophie who has to serve as bait to lure Ohanzee into a trap - but that's one dangerous mission, not only for a high school girl ...


The League of Legend Keepers: Shadows, presumably first of an intended series, is actually a rather fun adventure yarn, one that playfully blends high school comedy, horror and fantasy and moves along rather swiftly to keep the audience entertained throughout. And while it's obviously made first and foremost for younger audiences (tweens and up presumably), it's not too dumbed down for more mature viewers to just turn off - which is something where relatable characters and a competent cast also help. Sure, the film's not the re-invention of the wheel, which it never intended to be in the first place, but it's solid entertainment still.


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