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Watch the Return of the Krites in New Short Fan Film ‘Critters: Bounty Hunter’

22 December 2014 12:13 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The Krites first came to the big screen two years after Gremlins, but they didn’t need to be fed after midnight to become evil—they were malevolent little monsters from the get-go in 1986’s Critters and its three sequels. The ferocious furballs are set to make a comeback in an upcoming digital series from Warner Bros., but you can see the return of the Krites right now in a new short fan film, Critters: Bounty Hunter.

Created with a six-person crew and helmed by Jordan Downey, the director of ThanksKilling and ThanksKilling 3, Critters: Bounty Hunter is Downey’s bid for the director’s chair on the digital series, while also serving as an early holiday gift for Critters fans.

“The Following Is A Fan Film.

Warner Bros. recently announced plans to revive “Critters” as a web series for their digital unit, Blue Ribbon Content. I’ve been a »

- Derek Anderson

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