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Soul Fire Rising (Web Series)
|Soul Fire Rising|
Promotional poster for the web series Soul Fire Rising
|Written by||Kurt Patino|
John P. Aguirre
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe|
|Country of origin||USA|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||8 (Plus Trailer)|
Steven R. Miles
|Running time||5 Minutes|
|First shown in||September 10, 2009 Cinema City International Film Festival|
|Original run||April 29, 2010 – January 3, 2011 Online|
|Soul Fire Rising|
Soul Fire Rising is a American independent web series produced by King Dream Entertainment, directed by Dale Fabrigar and John P. Aguirre and written by Kurt Patino. The series was hosted on Koldcast.tv and could be viewed for free on that site, but the series was supported by viewer donations. One complete season of a trailer plus eight episodes was made available for viewing. The episodes ranged in length from three to six minutes with the exception of the season finale which ran ten minutes in length. The first season ended on a cliff-hanger and the plot was not resolved at that time. A second season is planned to continue the series.
One of the characters in this series, Lilith, can be described as being a succubus in her methods of claiming souls from her victims in the series.
- Series Name: Soul Fire Rising
- Production Year: 2009
- Number of Seasons: 1
- Number of Episodes: 9 (Trailer plus Eight Episodes)
- Length: Three to five minutes per episode
- Director: Dale Fabrigar and John P. Aguirre
- Writer: Kurt Patino
- Country of Production: USA
- Company: King Dream Entertainment
- Available at: Koldcast.tv
- Language: English
- Filming Locations: Los Angeles, California USA
- Series Premiere: April 29, 2010
The series' premise is that Demons and Wingers fight for human souls in a battle for supremacy. Lilith, a demon rebel with her own agenda, takes advantage of the vices Earth has to offer, while also taking many souls. The Winger, Gabriel, turns Lilith’s world upside-down when he summons her and makes her an offer she can’t refuse. Lilith has only to fulfill one task: find the Winger, Eve, and bring her back to Gabriel. The value of Eve’s soul is worth over a million human souls — and Eve is even more vulnerable now that she’s decided to become mortal. If Eve’s soul is captured, all Hell could break loose. On who’s side will Lilith stand?
|Jodi Lyn O'Keefe||Lilith Reborn|
|Ashton Blanchard||Trio #3|
|Kasey Poteet||Demon Lilith|
|Jade Ramsey||Trio #2|
|Nikita Ramsey||Trio #1|
Succubus Characters in the series
The main character in the series, Lilith, can be best described as being a succubus. She has three aspects in the series. One in her demon form, one in a human guise, and then a new human form after Gabriel sends her to Earth in search for Eve. There are other demons and angels in the series, but none of them are precisely noted as being succubus or incubus-like in nature.
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|1||9||April 29, 2010||January 3, 2011|
Season One Episodes
- Trailer: Soul Fire Rising
- A short trailer for the series.
- Episode 1: I Give You My Soul
- Lilith takes advantage of a desperate young man and steals his soul.
- Episode 2: The Messenger
- While on a joy ride and looking for a new victim, Lilith picks up a mysterious hitchhiker who ends up being more than she expected.
- Episode 3: The Temptation
- Lilith's soul-stealing rivals Syrus & Serpica covet a new soul... But it won't be as easy to take as Lilith makes it look.
- Episode 4: Claimed
- A clash over Adrian's soul is about to ensue. Who will triumph?
- Episode 5: The Deal
- With Lilith's true image revealed, Gabriel offers her a second chance in exchange for finding Eve before it's too late. Who's side will she choose?
- Episode 6: The Transformation
- Eve transforms from Winger to Human, with unholy consequences.
- Episode 7: The Trio
- Lilith seeks guidance from the blood-thirsty Trio and must barter for their help in finding Eve.
- Episode 8: Raum Cometh
- Both Lilith & Eve fight against the Evil Demon Lord Raum as souls are lost and lives are sacrificed in the conclusion to Season One.
There are also a series of two interview episodes that appeared between Episodes 4 and 5 with Mitchell Fink who plays Gabriel and Kelly Stables who plays Eve in the series.