Meet Aric Blue. He's young. He's handsome. He's successful. He's also a serial killer. He picks his victims at random, stalking them and taking advantage of the patterns in their life to ...
See full summary »
Anything goes in the Garden of Hedon. Even murder. "Fresh and Exciting" says Ain't It Cool News. "A Twisty Thrillers" says Night of the Living Podcast. "a genre-bending journey into debauchery and murder" says Horrortalk.
John C. Bailey
A trio of bounty hunters in search of a fugitive find something more horrifying than they can imagine. "Dog The Bounty Hunter meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers" says Terrorhook. "Very ... See full summary »
Regency is a fatherless fifteen year old. After her mother contracts the AIDS virus, Regency must learn to survive on her own. With her mother on her death bed, Regency is forced to ... See full summary »
Badih Bou Chakra,
Meet Aric Blue. He's young. He's handsome. He's successful. He's also a serial killer. He picks his victims at random, stalking them and taking advantage of the patterns in their life to kill them. He's the ultimate serial killer. But when he finds his next victim already dead, a note on the body reading: "I'VE GOT YOUR PATTERN", Aric realizes he's being stalked by a serial killer every bit his equal. When two serial killers wage war, the rules are simple: Don't Get In The Way. Written by
Not only was this DVD found in notorious serial killer "The Highway Killer" Adam Leroy Lane's big rig along with his menagerie of serial killer tools (knives, gloves, masks, etc, etc) 4 other DVD's were also found. Predator, AVP (Alien vs. Predator), Dead Stop & Dark Side. Hunting Humans was apparently his favorite and was actually in his mobile DVD player when found. This fact alone made me watch this movie and Adam apparently tried to model his life somewhat after the lead character in Hunting Humans, but he obviously did not pay attention enough to the "how to not get caught" aspects of the film-hehe See more »
The Director does not wish to extend his personal thanks to the following for a variety of reasons: Kodak, Peri, Mr. Lah-Lee, Annapolis Mall Security, Al & Doug. See more »
It disappoints me to see how the horror fan base has been reduced to internet trolls who (likely) sit in their parents' basements watching movies all day. I mean seriously. One horror review on IMDb was posted by someone who rated over 16,000 movies (!) on the site. I mean, come on! I didn't know 16,000 movies existed, let alone could be watched and rated since this database was launched. Dude, go out and take a walk or something. Run a marathon. Do something. Anything! Sheesh
I point out the above merely to illustrate how the bulk of the message board comments on films like "Hunting Humans" typically ferment and hatch from the weak brains of people with no lives. Kevin Kangas' debut effort is SUPERB, and it pleases me that so many people who have actually taken the time to review the film gave it the benefit of the doubt.
The concept of a serial killer being stalked by a serial killer is both novel and deftly executed (on a shoestring). The use of voice-over helps gloss over the acting deficiencies, and the score is impressive. If you are prepared to give a low-budget shot on video film a chance, you will be IMMENSELY ENTERTAINED. Ignore the trolls. This film stands out as one of the better no-budget thrillers made in the DVD era.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this