Director: Tom Stout
Cast: Dominic Keating, Brent Henry, Melissa Cowley, Edward Saint Pe, Jenifer Paige
Based loosely on adventure video games in general, The One Warrior is a very straight
forward story full of action, concerning a strong and powerful man who suddenly fi nds himself
wandering through a strange and sometimes magical and mythical world. And while he knows
little of who he is or where he comes from, he knows that he is here to defend the world against
an evil and deadly warlord. And he intends to do just that. To accomplish this he will need to
be very skilled in all types of fi ghting, both hand to hand and with crude weapons.
The One Warrior quickly befriends an odd sort of man named Brutus who guides him through
his epic journey of battling with not only men but all sorts of horrible creatures as well. Along
the way he will face The fearsome Samurai Six, The nearly unstoppable ghosts of Madinas, the
gorgeous but deadly Amazonian Warriors, a Hunter-Killer, a vicious Undeground Dweller and
mre.. At one point he even makes an uneasy alliance with a fi erce dragon. And each time The
One Warrior manages to defeat one of these fearsome foes his powers become stronger and
he gains a level of sorts. And then of course he is faced with his next challenge, which always
seems to be harder than the last. And there is one time that he defeats his enemy but not
without getting mortally wounded himself and then he suddenly fi nds himself standing before a
faceless creature who gives him the option of either dying or continuing on. But choosing the
latter will come with a price and so he has to give up his sword that was forged by the Gods
themselves. So he agrees and continues onward in his quest to fi nd and fi ght the Evil Lord.
Throughout this epic journey the One Warrior seems to always have the help of a beautiful
woman goddess by the name of Lady Lanterna. She cannot fi ght his battles for him but she can
advise him and her advice saves his life more than once. And while these two are obviously
drawn to one another they never share more than just one kiss. But sometimes that’s enough.
In the end, when the One Warrior wins the fi na l battle against the evil lord, we cut to a man in
an offi ce, in current time, who closes his lap top computer as if he has just fi nished playing the
video game called “The One Warrior.” And within moments, he gets the biggest surprise of all.
THE ONE WARRIOR
F.R.e.D.&GULF COAST FILMS Presents JASON DAVID FRANKAs THE ONE WARRIOR
Starring DOMINIC KEATING, BRENT HENRY, MELISSA COWLEY, EDWARD SAINT PE' JENNIFER PAIGE With JAMES RUSSO Casting By BILLY DAMOTA
Associate Producer TARA KLEINPETERE dited By TOM STOUT Director of Photography KEITH TIPPIT
Music ByMARC RIDGEWAY Special Effects SupervisorJONATHAN DAVID REYNOLDS
Executive Producers JOHN GRAHAM, YEVETTE GRAHAM, DAVID A. PRIOR, FABIO SOLDANI Producer A. WADE MILLER Written By DAVID A. PRIOR Directed By TOM STOUT