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Hunter (2018)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 29 August 2018 (USA)
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Haunted by demons real and imagined, a young homeless man grapples with the truth about the shadowy figures that killed his mother and sister.

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David Tarleton

Writer:

Jason Keller (as Jason Kellerman)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kiley B. Moore Kiley B. Moore ... Alice (as Kiley Moore)
Rachel Cerda ... Danni
Ryan Heindl Ryan Heindl ... Luke
Ann Joseph ... Doris
Ryan Kitley ... K-Ron
Susan Monts-Bologna Susan Monts-Bologna ... Gilda
Jason Keller ... Hunter (as Jason Kellerman)
Nick Searcy ... Volakas
Andrew Gebhart Andrew Gebhart ... Officer Alden
Leigh Foster ... Paul
Shannon Brown ... Goth Guy
Bill Bannon Bill Bannon ... Sergeant Datsbeg
Adria Dawn ... Crazy Sybil
Beau Forbes Beau Forbes ... Peter
Paul Kellerman Paul Kellerman ... Property Manager
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After the death of his mother and sister, Hunter suddenly finds himself relegated to a life of paranoia and loneliness on the icy winter streets of Chicago. Dreaming of the life he's lost, he's increasingly haunted by horrifying memories and visions of the shadowy figures that took so much from him. He takes refuge in a local homeless shelter, and is enrolled in a program that rehabilitates the homeless through talk therapy. Running the program, Danielle attempts to help him grapple with his history, and explain the personal demons which continue to terrify him. After another homeless friend of Hunter's goes missing, seemingly at the hands of those shadowy figures, Hunter's fears become suddenly much more immediate. As he grows increasingly bold in his search for answers, and his newfound resolve brings him closer and closer to the truth, the dangerous figures he's pursing begin to mount their forces against him. As his personal demons seek to exploit his weaknesses to threaten all he... Written by H. V.

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Thriller

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Not Rated

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Terrible dialog and seizure inducing flashbacks
5 June 2020 | by debtate-04885See all my reviews

I do not understand how this movie has a rating above 3. I watch tons of horror, of all budgets and studios. Everything is mediocre to poor. Music is blah and sounds like canned suspense music. Dialog is choppy and Soap-opera like. Constant flashbacks made me look down as it was giving me a headache. Very obvious why I have not seen these actors in anything else. Skip unless you are so painfully bored and want background noise while you do something else


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 August 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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$500,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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