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ERIN, OWEN AND THE LOCH NESS MONSTER

What to know: Fun pilot of an adventurous show with mythical creatures.
ERIN, OWEN AND THE LOCH NESS MONSTER is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 7-18
8 minutes
VIDEO
NICHOLAS JULIUS
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An interesting and fun to watch beginning of an adventurous show with mythical creatures. I felt drawn to this mythical place in Scotland and its music. The animated characters are very real looking. Their actions are very life like, especially in the close-ups, where their facial expressions and hair movement are extremely detailed. The animation of the water is quite good too, especially when they cross the stream and the bullies fall in. The mystery of the story is compelling. It left me wanting to see more of their adventures and find out what would happen next. This is the first episode of a TV series rather than a complete stand alone story. It ends with the future up in the air. It is still fun to watch. Kids will like the mythical creatures. The animation is quite good and the sound track and visuals are lovely. I recommend this for children ages 7 to 18 and give it 4 stars out of 5. Reviewed by Denise B. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Jurors.
The first film of a TV series, a short film unto itself, but also the opening a the multi-award-winning feature script. Storyline: Scottish siblings, Erin, and Owen, escape the clutches of bullies to barely make it on time for their father's Loch Ness tour boat and they think the day will be uneventful. Little do they know that they will be swept off the tour boat, swallowed by the Loch Ness Monster and brought to the land of Mythatania, where all creatures heard of in myth and folklore have gone to escape the outside world. There they meet The Mytfhitz, a male, bossy unicorn, a level headed female pegasus, an ADHD male yeti and a big, girly sasquatch.
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