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Predator: The Quietus (1988)

| Horror | 1988 (USA)
The unexplainable disappearances of innocently-courting teenagers and a child, plus the brutal slaying of livestock, attracts the international media. In HD.

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Cordelia Roche ...
Kelly O'Neill
Cliff Twemlow ...
Daniel Kane (as Mike Sullivan)
Darryl Marchant ...
Wilbur Sledge
Mark Gover ...
David
Paddy Ward ...
Mr. Rooney
Arthur Willman ...
Mr. Clancy
Maxton G. Beesley ...
Chief Superintendent Lowe (as Maxton Beeston)
Abigail Zealey ...
Detective Sergeant Wilson
Mark Heath ...
Harry Goldberg
Sarah Fallon ...
Sarah
Brian Sterling ...
Badger
John Simpson ...
Farmer Kramer
Michelle Norfolk ...
Mary Ferguson
Patrick McGrath ...
Newsboy
Paul Round ...
Barman
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The unexplainable disappearances of innocently-courting teenagers and a child, plus the brutal slaying of livestock, attracts the international media. In HD.

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The English Have Low Budget Stinkers Also
5 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It never occurred to me that the English were capable of, much less actually producing, bad,low budget horror movies. This film has it all; stock footage completely irrelevant to the story, terrible editing, bad "American" accents, absurd performance by the actors and a general plot incoherence usually attributed to Ed wood films.

A woman "American" reporter is sent to England to cover the depredations of a horrible beast savaging the users of the typically well groomed English forest. She gets to share a tent with a big game hunter who resembles a prematurely geriatric looking Bruce Jenner clone. Them some more English forest users get killed and then the movie goes on and on with some very odd twit wandering around the forest spouting nonsensical odes to nature. Trust me, if you're still watching after 38 minutes you are a brave and committed horror movie fan.

Seriously, a very bad movie. Read a newspaper, cut the lawn, walk the dog.


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