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A serial killer is let loose to hunt down and kill alien beings who can only survive by inhabiting human bodies

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Nick Vallelonga

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Nick Vallelonga
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Sloan ... Hud Masters
Colleen Porch ... Logan
Hayley DuMond ... Leader (as Hayley Du Mond)
Nick Vallelonga ... Frank Russo
Tony Denison ... Murcer
Susse Budde ... Stacy Russo
Robert R. Shafer ... Clark (as Bobby Ray Shafer)
Katrina Law ... Santo
James Quattrochi ... Rourke
Ella Thomas ... Godiva
Paula Miranda ... Kitten
Kimberly Estrada ... Kat - Alley Fight
Nina Kaczorowski ... Nina - Woman in Motel
Dyna Teal Dyna Teal ... Gorgeous Redhead
Adrienne Janic ... Gorgeous Brunette
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Storyline

The serial-killer Hud Masters and his partner Logan have been recruited by a governmental agency to hunt down aliens that can survive for a period inhabiting human bodies. Logan reports their murders to her boss Frank Russo, a family man married with Stacy Russo with a daughter, who has a team to remove the bodies and any evidence. When an alien switch bodies to escape from Hud, Lt. Murcer, Lt. Clark and the coroner Santo are forced to return the bodies and Hud, who had been captured by the detectives, to Frank that explains that one hundred aliens from an evolved race had moved to Earth since their planet is doomed. Now Hud has to chase the dangerous Leader, who has adapted to the atmosphere of our planet and wants to breed. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Horror | Action | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for disturbing sci-fi action and violence | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 October 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Disturbance See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$35,000 (estimated)
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Color
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The budget for this film was only thirty-five thousand dollars. It was originally conceived and shot as an HD experiment in twelve days. The director wanted to shoot a small film using HD cameras and mostly practical lighting. See more »

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Style to spare
20 February 2005 | by loungekat2001See all my reviews

Smart, stylish and imaginative - A fun story, sexy cast and even some moving performances combined to give you a twisty, pulpy ride through what seems to be an eternal dark night of alien hunting, fights, secret government agendas and human drama.

"Choker" thinks it's a much bigger film than it is, like a tiny dog that doesn't know how tiny it is or how tiny it should act. No one told these guys that little films can't be deep, can't have sprawling story lines, can't have tons of locations and set pieces or can't have accomplished actors. Applaud these guys for ignoring the obvious constraints of time and money and bringing home some good old entertainment.


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