Kickstarter: Blade of Honor: a new Sci-Fi story we’ve been waiting for


There have been many requests on Kickstarter and Indiegogo to fund many web series, most of which are fan-made films of other movies that have been done before. This isn’t one of them. This is so much more.

Blade of Honor is an original story that, based on the trailer alone, looks pretty damn cool. The cast is a perfect mix of diverse actors – which honestly IS the future – and have such lively stories for each of them. According to the Kickstarter page and IMDB, Blade of Honor takes place in the year 2187 where the human Alliance are losing the war against an animal race called the Calinar. Actress and fellow geek Alison Haislip plays Arina Kartades, a religious, headstrong Alliance Navy Star Blade pilot who discovers that her state-mandated religious upbringing and everything she stood for was all a lie. In a quest to find the true reasons for the war with the Calinar, Kartades faces the dangers from her own people, including her fiance Terry Lindon (Brandon Stacy).

Sci-Fi icons and stars Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica), Tim Russ (Star Trek), and James Kyson (Heroes) all play powerful leaders in the film who,  of course, commands every scene they are in. The diverse cast also includes Jasmin Waltz, Aron Eisenberg, Cirroc Lofton, Rivkah Raven Wood, Ryan T. Husk, and Jodie Bentley.

The film needs your help in funding this major project. They are asking for $30,000 to fund their pilot and eventually start a series. The entire production is beautifully made with a VFX team consisting of Tobias Richter and The Light Works, Pony Horton, and Star Trek Horizon’s Tommy Kraft. There are some awesome perks with each donation ranging from behind-the-scene footage to having the first sneak peek into the series to having a ship named after you or becoming a producer.

Check out the trailer and Kickstarter video below. If you’re interested in the cause, click here to be part of this epic story.  For updates on the series, click here.

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