A father, his son and two old friends arrive at an isolated family cabin for a weekend of hunting. A trip deep into the forest looking for wild game uncovers a tribe of Sasquatch that are determined to protect their land.
In a dystopian world, a bounty hunter sets out to capture a ruthless band of outlaws who have kidnapped an important father and daughter through a world of multiverses. Unbeknownst to the Outlaws and the Bounty Hunter is that another, more powerful man known only as The Finisher has plans of his own.
John Wesley Shipp,
Miller lives alone in an abandoned Alabama slaughterhouse. His memory and sanity are shattered and his only company is the spirit of his lover, who was murdered a decade ago. Ruth arrives, ... See full summary »
After sharing a secret about himself, Hunter brings a group of friends from NYC back to his family farm for a weekend break. They quickly learn that secrets can be deadly as they are stalked by a twisted and disturbed beast, Pitchfork.
Glenn Douglas Packard
Well that was a waste of 69 minutes! The lead protagonist couldn't act if his life depended on it. He was so wooden I'm surprised he didn't give himself splinters every time he opened his mouth to give a tedious and lengthy line. The film was really bad. I was wondering why scenes were so long and filled with absolutely meaningless dialogue then realised it's because talking is a lot cheaper than doing anything. Basically this movie was written on the back of a stamp with no budget so it had to be filled with mundane, irrelevant and poorly executed dialogue to pad it out by about 90%. Examples of this were excessively protracted scenes where the lead actor was asking a series of questions in his role as a private detective. Not only were they delivered flat as if he was reading cold off a script he'd never seen before but the questions went on and on obviously to fill time on an already short running movie.Such was the length of such drivel that one actor in particular had issues with her lines. Her dialogue was peppered with points where she stumbled over them which was most bizarre. They also couldn't afford proper microphones so sound levels were all over the place and even in the same scenes, actors had completely diverse levels so either booming or quiet. The whole film was just a waste of time and effort. I'm sure the production team slapped each other on the back to congratulate themselves on reaching past the hour mark for material to piece together to make this film but boy was it dull and 3rd rate. The problem is that I've seen low budget movies and if you have the right story and cast you can work magic. Unfortunately they didn't have any of that here. It was a movie borne out of someone's ego that they thought they were special and could create some type of masterpiece. I hate to tell you but you suck as a director, the story sucks, the script and actors certainly suck and everything about this stinker does also.
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