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Hunter Prey (2010)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Clark Bartram Clark Bartram ... Orin Jericho / Croyer
Damion Poitier ... Centauri 7 / Landing Party Guard #2
Isaac C. Singleton Jr. ... Commander Karza
Sandy Collora ... Slyak
Erin Gray ... Clea (voice)
Simon Potter ... Logan
Alec Gillis Alec Gillis ... Landing Party Commander
Patrick Magee ... Landing Party Guard #1 (as Pat Magee)
Mary Divine Mary Divine ... Omicron (voice)
Toby Divine Toby Divine ... Alpha Base
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The Prometheus has dropped out of orbit. Communications and life support systems are down. Situation Critical: Status of Crew and Prisoner unknown. With orders to catch their Alien Prisoner alive the surviving crew of the spaceship Prometheus pursue a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse with their escaped prisoner on a deserted and barren planet. But, who is the hunter and who is its prey? Written by American Film Market

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One man. One alien. One choice.

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 July 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Untitled Sandy Collora Project See more »

Filming Locations:

Baja California, Mexico

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$425,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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The Sedonian ration that Orin Jericho eats was actually a PowerBar that had been let to sit in the sun for a week. See more »

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Clea: It is not in my programming to lie, lieutenant.
Centauri 7: You won't be lying. You just won't be volunteering information. Can you do that?
Clea: Of course.
Centauri 7: Thanks.
Clea: Odd.
Centauri 7: What's that?
Clea: Of all the soldiers that I have been assigned to, you are the only one that has ever thanked me.
Centauri 7: Do you mind it?
Clea: No. I quite prefer it. It can get tiresome being endlessly ordered about.
Centauri 7: We have that in common, then.
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Good movie, but it I wish it stayed true to what it really is
7 February 2010 | by susan_permanSee all my reviews

I would have liked to have seen the version of Hunter Prey where Collora followed his gut instincts and made a pure art film, instead of trying to make it more commercial or sellable. I see this all the time with indie genre films, particularly ones that don't have a bankable star in them. The producers feel they need an element that can take the place of a notable actor, especially in the foreign markets. What that usually ends up being is some really awful, bad CG ridden, formulaic mess that ends up on the SciFi channel. What we have here, is a film that thankfully isn't that, but what it does end up being is a bit of a confused movie, unable to define itself.

It's good, but it's clunky in places. Sometimes this is a result of performance issues, but sometimes it lies more in the writing and editing choices. There are a few elements of Hunter Prey that simply don't match up or make much sense.

The most glaring example of this, is the score. It's fantastic, but doesn't fit the movie, especially after the first act. It's way too big for a small, personal movie like this. I just felt like the filmmaker was trying to pound me over the head with music that maybe was representing what he wanted to be there visually and perhaps didn't have the budget to do. It seemed like they took the score from a big, popcorn action movie and stuck it on Hunter Prey in an effort to make it seem bigger or more commercial, but all it does, is make the audience wish there was more movie or less music. A more subdued, un-inflected, moody soundtrack would have served this film much better.

I'm predicting this film will eventually become Collora's "Blade Runner" of sorts... An awe inspiring, visual feast with a story that some people will get into and some won't. Like most art films, it will be unsuccessful and commercially disappointing at first, with an audience that slowly builds over time. As his body of work grows and he makes more films, people will come to appreciate Hunter Prey.


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