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  (in credits order)
Clark Bartram ... Orin Jericho / Croyer

Damion Poitier ... Centauri 7 / Landing Party Guard #2

Isaac C. Singleton Jr. ... Commander Karza

Sandy Collora ... Slyak

Erin Gray ... Clea (voice)

Simon Potter ... Logan

Alec Gillis ... Landing Party Commander
Patrick Magee ... Landing Party Guard #1 (as Pat Magee)
Mary Divine ... Omicron (voice)
Toby Divine ... Alpha Base

Directed by
Sandy Collora 
Writing credits
Nick Damon (written by) and
Sandy Collora (written by)

Produced by
James Atherton .... executive producer
Julie Caitlin Brown .... co-producer
Julio Caro .... executive producer
Sandy Collora .... producer
Nick Damon .... co-producer
Daren Hicks .... producer
Jan Pace .... executive producer
Dale Pearson .... associate producer
Gary Phillips .... executive producer
Damion Poitier .... associate producer
Simon Tams .... producer
Mark Vennis .... executive producer
Original Music by
Christopher Hoag 
Cinematography by
Edward A. Gutentag 
Film Editing by
Toby Divine 
Production Design by
Sandy Collora 
Art Direction by
Sandy Collora 
Costume Design by
Michael MacFarlane 
Makeup Department
Saul Gallegos .... special makeup effects artist
Kizuku Kitano .... special makeup effects artist
Patrick Magee .... lead special makeup effects artist
Nikki Smith .... special makeup effects artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
C.J. Izzo .... second assistant director
Mark G. Mathis .... first assistant director (as Mark Mathis)
Art Department
Brian Healy .... props/armourer
Maximilian Lewin .... assistant props
J.J. Oracz .... assistant props
Mark Pacella .... storyboard artist
Scott Paige .... props/armourer
Gregory Ramoundos .... model maker
Sound Department
Rickley W. Dumm .... supervising sound editor
Alexandra Gallo .... sound mixer
Judah Getz .... adr mixer
John Guentner .... foley mixer
Tom Marks .... sound re-recording mixer
Ryan McBride .... supervising sound editor
Nick Neutra .... foley supervisor
Kunal Rajan .... foley editor
Sebastian Sheehan Visconti .... sound recordist (as Sebastian Sheehan)
Justin W. Walker .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Peter W. Clarke .... special effects technician (as Peter Clarke)
Visual Effects by
Christopher Bernier .... visual effects artist
Todd Brous .... technical director
Carey Gattyan .... visual effects executive producer
Ian Glaum .... designer
Christopher Johnson .... miniature effects
Ariana Kolitsopoulos .... compositor
Marsha Movshovich .... designer
John Semerad .... visual effects
John Skeffington .... visual effects producer
Colin Stackpole .... compositor
Sandor Toledo .... visual effects artist
Dino Tsaousis .... flame artist
Richard Weissman .... compositor
Simon Potter .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Luis Flores Jr. .... digital imaging technician
Markus Lanxinger .... additional cinematographer
George Mikhail .... assistant camera
Felipe Perez-Burchard .... camera operator: "b" camera
Charles Scheinblum .... camera assistant
Jon YonKondy .... first assistant camera
Editorial Department
Milton Adamou .... digital intermediate supervisor
Matt Blackshear .... on-line editor (as Matthew Blackshear)
Michael Cioni .... post production consultant
Myke Dixon .... data management
Eric Dow .... assistant editor
Paul Rehder .... data management
Ryan Vega .... data management
Oscar Velasquez .... post-production assistant
Ian Vertovec .... digital intermediate colorist
Other crew
Rey Boemi .... production assistant
Carlos P. Cunha .... caterer
Juan 'Juanito' Galindo .... production assistant
Orlando R. Gonzales .... production coordinator
Natividad 'Naty' Guadalupe Ruiz Chaides .... location liaison
Nick Leach .... production assistant
Christopher Snow .... medic
Julie Caitlin Brown .... very special thanks
Guillermo del Toro .... special thanks
Tom DeSanto .... special thanks
Jason Holly .... special thanks
Markus Lanxinger .... special thanks
Scott Leva .... special thanks
AJ Wedding .... special thanks

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88 min
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Director Sandy Collora broke his toe while filming.See more »
Centauri 7:All right. I'll entertain your fantasy, human. Being that you're the last of your kind, how do you hope you'll accomplish this remarkable feat?
Orin Jericho:Don't you want to know why?
Centauri 7:Don't care.
Orin Jericho:Heh. *That's* why.
Centauri 7:You entered this war on your own, Earthman, and you lost your home world. Those are the consequences.
Orin Jericho:We didn't enter this war, you attacked us.
Centauri 7:You were harboring Draxian fugitives.
Orin Jericho:You mean refugees. Big difference. They needed our help.
Centauri 7:You chose the wrong side.
Orin Jericho:No. It cost us everything, but we chose the right side. Now, it's gonna cost you everything.
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30 out of 50 people found the following review useful.
Good movie, but it I wish it stayed true to what it really is, 7 February 2010
Author: susan_perman from United States

I would have liked to have seen the version of Hunter Prey where Collora followed his gut instincts and made a pure art film, instead of trying to make it more commercial or sellable. I see this all the time with indie genre films, particularly ones that don't have a bankable star in them. The producers feel they need an element that can take the place of a notable actor, especially in the foreign markets. What that usually ends up being is some really awful, bad CG ridden, formulaic mess that ends up on the SciFi channel. What we have here, is a film that thankfully isn't that, but what it does end up being is a bit of a confused movie, unable to define itself.

It's good, but it's clunky in places. Sometimes this is a result of performance issues, but sometimes it lies more in the writing and editing choices. There are a few elements of Hunter Prey that simply don't match up or make much sense.

The most glaring example of this, is the score. It's fantastic, but doesn't fit the movie, especially after the first act. It's way too big for a small, personal movie like this. I just felt like the filmmaker was trying to pound me over the head with music that maybe was representing what he wanted to be there visually and perhaps didn't have the budget to do. It seemed like they took the score from a big, popcorn action movie and stuck it on Hunter Prey in an effort to make it seem bigger or more commercial, but all it does, is make the audience wish there was more movie or less music. A more subdued, un-inflected, moody soundtrack would have served this film much better.

I'm predicting this film will eventually become Collora's "Blade Runner" of sorts... An awe inspiring, visual feast with a story that some people will get into and some won't. Like most art films, it will be unsuccessful and commercially disappointing at first, with an audience that slowly builds over time. As his body of work grows and he makes more films, people will come to appreciate Hunter Prey.

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