Former Marine Tim Nolan has been kidnapped with three convicts, transported to a deserted island and forced to participate in a deadly game. The super rich pay a fortune to hunt human prey.... See full summary »

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Tim Nolan
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Gwen Russell
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Captain Sweet
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Vincent Camden
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Ronnie Kaplan
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Dr. Valerie Cammon
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Bob Crick
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Broughton
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Sean Trotta
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Clarence Elkins
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Mr. Winters
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Dixie
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Alex Williams
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Gunner
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Knut
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Former Marine Tim Nolan has been kidnapped with three convicts, transported to a deserted island and forced to participate in a deadly game. The super rich pay a fortune to hunt human prey. But the island isn't deserted - it's home to Hydra the Beast! Written by Anonymous

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Prepare to be consumed.

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Horror | Sci-Fi

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22 February 2009 (USA)  »

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A Ilha Perdida  »

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$700,000 (estimated)
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Cameo - Gus Bensley as 'Akhenaten' See more »

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Dixie and Vincent are tied up by a lifeboat when the hydra boards the ship. The camera cuts to a different scene. When we next see the lifeboat, there are bloodstained hand-prints on it and shredded ropes. A few seconds later, though, both Dixie and Vincent are shown running around the ship with no blood on their hands. See more »

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Referenced in Dinocroc vs. Supergator (2010) See more »

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Routine Sci Fi Channel monster flick
19 April 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another reviewer described this as being superior for a Sci-Fi Channel TV production. He was wrong. This is very much par for the course for the channel, a cheesy CGI-filled slice of monster mayhem in which various assembled non-actors are bumped off one by one on a remote island by the titular creature.

The ridiculous set-up of the narrative is particularly amusing here. There's a remote island in the Mediterranean where a group of archaeologists just happen to be conducting an expedition when they fall foul of the titular beastie. At the same time, and most bizarrely, there's a MOST DANGEROUS GAME-style hunt going on too, where some big game hunters are tracking down convicted criminals and get cash prizes if they manage to murder them.

Inevitably the stories all combine but in the most ordinary way imaginable. HYDRA is for the most part a repetitive production in which almost the entire cast is bumped off before the survivors finally figure out a way to combat the monster. The acting is poor and the CGI effects typically awful for a Sci Fi Channel production. There's little more to say really other than you know what you're going to get with this one.


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