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Half-Caste (2004)

R | | Horror, Thriller | Video 2004
A Half-Caste is a Human/Leopard hybrid believed to feast on unsuspecting Travelers, but after Bobby is found soaked in blood, the police think that he murdered his friends. It becomes a ... See full summary »

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Sebastian Apodaca ...
Bobby G. Cortez
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Jan
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Babzy-Cole
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Cleo
Greg Good ...
Ray
Hylton Lea ...
Lourence
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Gert
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Chris
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Terry
David Mabowe ...
Shaman
Billie Sibuyi ...
February
Vic Smit ...
Johan
Phillip Graham ...
Half-Caste
David Rowe III ...
Sipho
Travis Brazil ...
Hans
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A Half-Caste is a Human/Leopard hybrid believed to feast on unsuspecting Travelers, but after Bobby is found soaked in blood, the police think that he murdered his friends. It becomes a race against time to convince the cops of his innocence, before the creature comes back to finish off what he started. Written by Speed_n_up

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America has the Werewolf, Europe has the Vampire and Africa has the Half-Caste.

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Rated R for language and violence/gore

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Anthropini sarka  »

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Half-Aste Effort
28 November 2004 | by (The Movie Crypt) – See all my reviews

In this horrible attempt at a Blair Witch mockumentary, a bunch of people go to Africa to investigate a creature called the Half-Caste. It's pretty obvious that there was no script to speak of, and that everything was improvised. That can work if you have good actors, which this film didn't.

This movie tries to gain points for originality by exploring a more obscure myth and an exotic culture. As a result, there are a lot of scenes out in the bush where characters do "quirky African stuff" like eating elephant dung. There is also some pretty good footage of lions eating (from a National Geographic perspective) but there's not a single scare in the whole movie.

If you've seen Cannibal Holocaust or the Blair Witch Project, this movie will hold no surprises for you, and you can probably watch better lion footage on the Discovery Channel.

Definitely a Half- Aste effort.

A note to the filmmakers: guys, do us all a favor and next time save the "How I spent my African Vacation" home movie for your family and close friends. Nobody else wants to see it.


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