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Hunter Prey (2010)

The Prometheus has dropped out of orbit. Communications and life support systems are down. Situation Critical: Status of Crew and Prisoner unknown. With orders to catch their Alien Prisoner... See full summary »







Cast overview:
Clark Bartram ...
Orin Jericho / Croyer
Centauri 7 / Landing Party Guard #2
Commander Karza
Clea (voice)
Alec Gillis ...
Landing Party Commander
Patrick Magee ...
Landing Party Guard #1 (as Pat Magee)
Mary Divine ...
Omicron (voice)
Toby Divine ...
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The Prometheus has dropped out of orbit. Communications and life support systems are down. Situation Critical: Status of Crew and Prisoner unknown. With orders to catch their Alien Prisoner alive the surviving crew of the spaceship Prometheus pursue a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse with their escaped prisoner on a deserted and barren planet. But, who is the hunter and who is its prey? Written by American Film Market

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One man. One alien. One choice.


Sci-Fi | Thriller


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24 July 2010 (USA)  »

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$425,000 (estimated)

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Orin Jericho: [to Centauri 7] Now, you're gonna learn what it feels like to be the last of your kind. You want to know the difference between you and me? I *did* have a wife and son back on Earth.
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A good film that looks and feels like it was made in the 70's - in a good way!
24 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Full disclosure - Sandy Collora and I go way back, and have been struggling film makers for most of our adult lives. Also, I was not that big of a fan of "Batman: Dead End" - you throw The Joker, a Predator, and an Alien into a short film and show it at Comic Con and the fanboys were bound to loose their minds. However, I thought the trailer for "World's Finest" rocked - it looked like a trailer for an actual feature and was far more refined than "Dead End", at least in my opinion.

As a filmmaker, you dread watching a friend's movie because if the movie sucks, you don't know what on earth you will say. Well, after finishing "Hunter Prey", I breathed a big sigh of relief because the movie is good, solid and strong all the way through. It looks and feels and sounds like a movie shot in the late 60's or 70's, and I mean that in a good way - the compositions are widescreen and flawless, the story is character-driven, and the effects are used when needed. The music is also rich and orchestral, a feature sorely lacking in most low-budget features. The movie takes an inspirational page out of "Planet of the Apes" and goes from there.

I won't give away any plot details, but don't go into this looking for rock-'em sock-'em "Avatar" action - this movie is mature and evenly paced, and uses its wares sparingly, surprising and twisting as it goes. If you are looking for gore or an "in your face" music- video style, go rent a modern horror re-make. But if you like kickin' your Sci-Fi old-school, then the line for "Hunter Prey" forms to the left.

Good job, Sandy!!

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