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The Dark Hunter (2003)

A Comedy/Horror feature film about two dysfunctional filmmakers who go out to uncover the truth behind sightings of a black panther in the English countryside

Writers:

Duncan Cowan (screenwriter), Mark Jackson (screenwriter) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

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Mark Jackson Mark Jackson ... Student Filmmaker 1
Duncan Cowan Duncan Cowan ... Student Filmmaker 2
Johnnie Oddball Johnnie Oddball ... News Cameraman
Rachel Rose Reid Rachel Rose Reid ... Emma Hatherway-Smith
Amber Worrall Amber Worrall ... Cloey Scott
Giuliano Zampi Giuliano Zampi ... Frank Magee
Juliet Forester Juliet Forester ... Railway Station Witness
Jez Foster Jez Foster ... Graveyard Witness
Nicolette Kay Nicolette Kay ... Car Witness
Andrew McDonald Andrew McDonald ... Newsreader
Catherine McQueen ... Suzie Sharp
Tracy Fleming Tracy Fleming ... Make-up Artist 1
Chez Sorbello Chez Sorbello ... Make-up Artist 2
Dominic Cazenove ... Audition Actor 1
Damian Kell Damian Kell ... Audition Actor 2
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Storyline

'The Dark Hunter' is a Mocumentary comedy inspired by films such as 'Spinal Tap' and British TV comedy series 'The Office'. Fictional characters Duncan and Mark are wannabe filmmakers who think that they could do a far better job than the makers of 'The Blaire Witch Project'. This spoof documentary follows them through a series of disastrous witness interviews to the tragic end of their production in the woodlands of Shropshire in northern England. Written by Duncan Cowan

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spoof | mockumentary | See All (2) »

Taglines:

Blair Witch meets Spinal Tap

Genres:

Comedy | Horror

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 March 2003 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

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Technical Specs

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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This is the first Independent DV feature film to be made for less than £500. See more »

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