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Super Hybrid -- Late one night, a mysterious car is brought into the Chicago police impound garage after a deadly traffic accident. The on-call mechanics soon discover the car has a mind of its own. With hundreds of horsepower and two tons of reinforced steel at its command, it's a seemingly unstoppable killing machine capable of outrunning -- and outwitting -- humans.
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Writer (WGA):
Neal Marshall Stevens (written by)
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4 August 2011 (South Korea) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Alden Adair ... Hector

Shannon Beckner ... Tilda
Shane Bellegarde ... Tow Truck Driver

Adrien Dorval ... Gordy
Lyndon Bray ... Patrol Cop

Oded Fehr ... Ray
Duncan Fisher ... Teen #1

Ryan Kennedy ... Bobby

Tim McGrath ... Officer Oliver

Melanie Papalia ... Maria

John Reardon ... David
Jennifer Selvig ... Female Officer
Josh Strait ... Al
Kent Nolan ... Teen #2 (as Kent Wolkowski)
Don Wren ... Homeless Man
Art ... Homeless Dog #1
Ludwig ... Homeless Dog #2
Ben Diskin ... Additional Voices

John Mariano ... Additional Voices
Ross Thomas ... Additional Voices

Directed by
Eric Valette 
Writing credits
Neal Marshall Stevens (written by)

Produced by
Christian Arnold-Beutel .... executive producer
Kevin DeWalt .... producer
Oliver Hengst .... producer
Tim Kwok .... producer
Alex Leung .... executive producer
Tim McGrath .... executive producer
Sinead Smyth .... associate producer
Elizabeth Wang-Lee .... producer
Original Music by
Thomas Schobel 
Martin Tillman 
Cinematography by
John R. Leonetti 
Film Editing by
James Coblentz 
Casting by
Scot Boland 
Victoria Burrows 
Carmen Kotyk 
Production Design by
Thomas Valentine 
Art Direction by
Kathy McCoy 
Set Decoration by
Sara McCudden 
Andrea Spakowski 
Costume Design by
Sonja Clifton-Remple 
Makeup Department
Myk Brazier .... special makeup assistant
Nicole Dumelie .... assistant hair stylist
Jennifer Forberg .... makeup artist
Tracy George .... makeup department head
Tamara Harrod .... key hair stylist
Kaitlyn Rae .... assistant makeup artist
Emersen Ziffle .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Brian Gibson .... production manager
Heather Malek .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard Burden .... second unit director
Kenny Chaplin .... second assistant director
Elizabeth Farrer .... additional second assistant director
Sheree Fondeur .... third assistant director (as Sheree Betker)
Kristine George .... trainee assistant director
Alfie Kiernan .... first assistant director
Terry Mialkowsky .... first assistant director: second unit
Shayne Putzlocher .... second assistant director: second unit
Daniel Redenbach .... trainee assistant director: second unit
Art Department
Brent Boates .... storyboard artist
Adrienne Conley .... graphic designer
Johanna de Vries .... scenic artist
Ian Gardner .... art department coordinator
Morgan Hughes .... key scenic painter
Lee Kolenick .... assistant property master
Mayumi Konishi-Valentine .... set designer (as Mayumi Konishi)
Daniel McKay .... painter
Bob Nett .... lead scenic artist
Kimberley Phaneuf .... painter
Barton Rendulic .... concept illustrator
Danny Scavuzzo .... construction coordinator
Johann Wessels .... lead scenic artist
Jordy Wihak .... property master
Laura Wolfe .... set decoration buyer
Dan Wright .... first assistant art director
Sound Department
Joshua Adeniji .... assistant sound effects editor
Robert Dehn .... sound studio manager
Corey J. Grasso .... assistant sound editor
Jeff Hamon .... dialogue editor
Cal Harle .... foley artist
Steve Hasiak .... rerecording mixer Canada
Angela Hemingway .... adr dialogue editor
Kevin Hemmingson .... boom operator
Cody King .... sound effects editor
Richard Kitting .... sound re-recording mixer
Tiffany Lentz .... assistant sound editor
Zach Michaelis .... foley mixer
Roger Roscoe .... second boom
Jeff Smulan .... foley editor
Warren St. Onge .... sound mixer
Warren St. Onge .... sound recordist
J. David Taylor .... foley recordist
Jonathan Wales .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Dean Campbell .... special effects assistant
James Kozier .... pyrotechnician
Paul Noël .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Milton Adamou .... digital intermediate supervisor
Johannes Bogenhauser .... stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
Mark A.Z. Dippé .... executive visual effects producer
Sean Dowey .... motion graphics designer
Sean Dowey .... title designer
Boris Duprey .... stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
Urs Franzen .... stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
Jan Glöckner .... stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
Sebastian Haas .... pipeline lead: Trixter Film
Michael Habenicht .... stereoscopic pipeline developer: Trixter Film
Silke Harbauer .... production secretary: Trixter Film
Dietrich Hasse .... stereoscopic supervisor: Trixter Film
Colin Hubick .... visual effects supervisor
Gregor Höss .... stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
Richard Jasdadt .... digital effects artist
Ko Eun Koni Jung .... compositor
Sandro Kath .... stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
Thomas Kaufmann .... stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
Yeonsoo Kim .... visual effects artist
Brayden Klein .... visual effects artist
Florian Kraft .... stereoscopic fx artist: Trixter Film
Simone Kraus .... stereoscopic visual consultant: Trixter Film
Martin Kulig .... matchmover: Trixter Film
Min Hee Lee .... lead compositor
Bongkyu Lim .... compositor
Giorgio Marino .... stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
Danielle Masters .... visual effects coordinator
Sung Oh Moon .... lead animator
Min Su Park .... visual effects supervisor
Roland Pfisterer .... stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
Christian Quickle .... visual effects editor: Animation Picture Company
Petr Rohr .... matchmover: Trixter Film
Jaesoon Ryu .... visual effects artist
Niel Schorfield .... stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
Blair Scott .... visual effects
Chad R. Stephens .... visual effects artist
Patrick Timmermann .... coordinator: Trixter Film
Christopher Townsend .... stereoscopic visual consultant
Sebastian von Overheidt .... stereoscopic pipeline developer: Trixter Film
Georg Wieland .... line producer: Trixter Film
Hyunseong Yu .... animator
Junshik-Raul Yun .... visual effects coordinator: Digiart
Richard Burden .... 2nd unit stunt coordinator
Richard Burden .... stunt coordinator
Jalil Jay Lynch .... stunt driver
Reg Milne .... stunt rigger
Felipe Savahge .... stunt double: Oded Fehr
Monte Thompson .... stunt coordinator: second unit
Camera and Electrical Department
John Adshead .... key grip
Maya Batten-Young .... lamp operator
Chad Biesenthal .... grip
Layton Burton .... second team camera operator
Michael Carella .... director of photography: second unit
Latif Cavanaugh .... best boy
Meghan Cosenzo .... camera trainee
Mark Cyre .... assistant camera
James 'Spud' Danicic .... ultimate arm technician
Federico De Marco .... assistant camera
Ralph Eugster .... ultimate arm precision driver
Dean Frank .... assistant camera
Shawn Fulton .... best boy
David Giesbrecht .... still photographer
Andrew Gordon .... gaffer
Anna Hansen .... grip: second unit
Brian Harper .... camera operator
Daryl Hartwell .... dolly grip
Gord Hearn .... best boy: second unit
Alison Huynink .... grip: second unit
Todd Irving .... first assistant camera
Ken Krawczyk .... camera operator
Peter La Rocque .... operator: second unit
Nick Lamb .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Kevin Lheritier .... key grip
Kyle Mrazek .... lighting technician
Daniel Nichols .... director of photography: second unit
Daniel Nichols .... ultimate arm camera operator
Rob Parrell .... key grip: second unit
Michael Pavlovsky .... assistant camera
Andrew Pedley .... video assist operator
Robert Petrin .... ultimate arm operator
Ryan Scott .... Genny operator
Dave C. Sheridan .... Steadicam operator
Brock Stevens .... best boy: second unit
Dean Stinchcombe .... first assistant camera
John Trapman .... aerial director of photography
Kobus Vermaak .... dolly grip
Daniel Way .... rigging gaffer
Brad Wilson .... grip
Nicole Wiwchar .... second assistant camera: "a" camera, additional photography, second unit
Casting Department
Tineka Becker .... casting associate
Kenny Chaplin .... extras casting
Trenna Keating .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kerri La Londe .... set costumer
Robin Merrifield .... truck costumer
Joanna Vollhoffer .... assistant costume designer
Danika Wright .... costumer
Editorial Department
Milton Adamou .... digital intermediate colorist
Matt Blackshear .... on-line editor (as Matthew Blackshear)
Emily Chiu .... first assistant editor
Michael Cioni .... digital intermediate supervisor
Katie Fellion .... digital intermediate producer
Heather Malek .... first assistant editor
Heather Malek .... post-production supervisor
Andreas Minuth .... colorist
Steven Suderman .... first assistant editor
Oscar Velasquez .... post-production assistant
Jeff Zheng .... assistant editor
Music Department
Lothar Bellutta .... sound recordist
Lothar Bellutta .... synth programming
Luc Bonnet .... composer: additional music
Luc Bonnet .... score engineer
Luc Bonnet .... synth programming
Martin Tillman .... composer: theme music
Transportation Department
Mike Curran .... picture car coordinator (as Michael Curran)
Sheila Richards .... transportation coordinator
Evan Siegel .... picture vehicle coordinator
Ryan Smiley .... transportation captain
Robert Watson .... picture vehicle technician
Robert Watson .... picture vehicle wrangler
Other crew
Travis Barzan .... craft service
Jakob Boersch .... development executive
Richelle Bourgoin .... publicist
Shelly Bowes-Cherry .... assistant production coordinator (as Shelly Bowes)
Stacey Caldwell .... craft service
Nigel Crook .... production accountant
Myke Dixon .... machinist
Tyler Elynuik .... epk sound
Lisa Falk .... script supervisor
Kari Fonkalsrud .... first assistant accountant
Claude Forest .... insurance broker
Michael Franck .... aerial coordinator
Stephan Fuchs .... assistant location manager
Natasha Getz .... producer intern
Colin Hubick .... technical director
Kalin Jensen .... production assistant
Kalin Jensen .... production assistant: second unit
Lauren 'Fluff' Lindsay .... craft service
Terry Mialkowsky .... location manager
Rob Miller .... production office assistant
Mark Montague .... producer: behind the scenes
Nathan Mosewich .... location manager
Nathan Mosewich .... location scout
Tiffany Palmer .... script supervisor
Pam Simons .... production coordinator
Janine Stener .... business affairs manager
Ryan Vega .... data management
Emery Wolfe .... production staff
Johnny Hartmann .... special thanks

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Also Known As:
"Hunter" - USA (alternative title)
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Rated PG-13 for violence, terror and brief strong language
94 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »

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Revealing mistakes: At one point the four surviving characters are shown driving through the garage in a police cruiser and park it in front of the ramp to block the hybrid in. When they get out of the car all four of them get out at the same time which would not be possible in a real police car because the rear passenger doors of police vehicles are designed without internal handles and can only be opened from outside.See more »
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Low budget thriller about a car that eats people, 5 October 2011
Author: Matt Kracht ( from New York

I admit that I walked into this movie thinking it was going to be dumb. I thought that Christine was one of Stephen King's weaker novels (and John Carpenter's movie version was similarly weak), but I tried to be as open-minded as possible. The first third of the movie, which is mysterious and interesting, was enough to make me think that perhaps some of the reviews on here were a bit too harsh. The score is also quite good, and it's used to great effect in the movie. Once the movie starts in earnest, however, it becomes formulaic and boring, though it picks up again near the climax.

The director did the French cult movie Malefique, which I liked, but it essentially boiled down to Hellraiser in a jail cell with painfully, self-consciously quirky characters. This movie dispenses with the overly quirky characters to give you somewhat bland and generic characters, thanks to the dismal writing of Benjamin Carr (the genius responsible for writing Thirteen Ghosts, Hellraiser: Deader, and a whole slew of Charles Band movies). Though the actors infuse their characters with some personality, none of them are particularly memorable or even interesting. There's a bit of pointless, filler back story on some of them, but, really, they're just meant to be nameless, forgettable fodder for a killer car. It's unfortunate that the scenes involving characterization or back story feel like filler, because I think the actors could have done some pretty decent performances given better material. Still, for a low budget movie about a car that eats people, the performances were credible. The nice guys were likable and the douchebags were appropriately unlikeable.

The real problem I had with this movie (besides the concept of a car that eats people, of course), was that it just gets plain *boring* near the middle. Humans bicker over who the leader is. Killer car makes ominous growling noises as it sneaks up on them. Humans scatter and run for their lives. Killer car chases after them -- though not driving fast enough to quite run them down -- until the scene drags on for several minutes. Repeat several times. It's just not very interesting.

After the killer car has eaten a few people, pruning down the cast, the pacing gets a bit better and the action scenes become a bit more interesting. Unfortunately, the low budget CGI comes to the forefront here, whereas it was previously used somewhat sparingly. For the apparent budget, the CGI isn't all that bad, but if you're used to something like James Cameron's Avatar, I think you'll be a bit disappointed.

I don't think this movie quite deserves its 3.x rating, but it's definitely not something that I'd recommend to casual horror/thriller fans. For junkies like me, it's enjoyable enough for a watch, as long as you're not too demanding.

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