Hunter Hunter

Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 90%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 75%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 21


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December 28, 2020



Camille Sullivan as Gillian
Devon Sawa as Sean
Nick Stahl as Frank Fowler
Summer H. Howell as Mia Randall
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854.94 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
93 min
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1.72 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
93 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Otkon 6 / 10 / 10

It was fairly decent....

...until the last five minutes which become implausible and rushed. The music during this sequence doesn't help. And I get what the filmmakers were trying to do. And I don't even mind the fate of the daughter. But the issue is entirely a matter of pacing. Prior to that, I was fully enjoying the film. It held this nice ambiguity around whether the wolf aspect had supernatural elements, even so much as to show a blatant shot of the full moon. And the mention of the weird bug with orange hair. There were so many things lending to an interesting mystique about the film. Then only to be jarringly negated when the mother, after half a lesson in animal dressing, puts on headphones and goes all Hannibal Tarantino on Nick Stahl in the insanely short time it takes the cops to arrive. After a perfectly fine slow burn of a movie, everything is sped up to a trillion. So there was nothing to savor. The cuts were too quick in both the editing and the butchering, just bouncing back and forth between the cops and the retribution. There is no way she did that extensive amount of precise flaying in the time frame suggested by the editing. Had the director slowed it down I think it would have been more satisfying.

Reviewed by Draysan-Jennings 8 / 10 / 10

Frustrating but good

Don't get wrong, I did like this movie. Just too many unanswered questions. First off why was this family so worried about the wolf? I figured the wolf might of killed their son years before or something similar. But nope! No backstory at all. Looks like the wolf basically just stole their food. Secondly why didn't the husband call the police when he stumbled onto the dead girls? Instead he goes home and doesn't say a word. The next morning he grabs a trap and heads back to the crime scene. Was he going to hide in the bushes and wait for the wolf to come back? Or was he going to wait for the killer to return? Also, what would of happened if the police showed up? He would of been the prime suspect. And why would you leave your wife and kid home alone while some maniac is creeping around? Lastly how the hell did the killer take out the father? The father seemed like this total badass hunter type. Hard to believe the killer who preys on women murdered the father and only got a small cut on his leg. Also, in the ending why didn't the mom just shoot the killer through the window? She had a clean shot and didn't take it. Which resulted in her daughters death. I don't necessarily think it would of made a better ending but it surely would of been the smarter thing to do. With all that being said this movie was definitely intense and had my full attention. I was pretty much on the edge of my seat the whole time. I do wish the movie was a little bit longer though. It started to get really good with only about 20 minutes left. Anyways.. Solid 6 star film and I'll give it a C+

Reviewed by eddiesavitz 8 / 10 / 10


The acting was excellent. The slow burn I thought was a wonderful pedal tone adding support to the broader narrative about a family living off-the-grid - no tv, no phone, no music, no electricity - time moves slowly and is punctuated by the ebb and flow and ups and downs of the day's work. The wolf served as a nice addition that transforms the wilderness into this dark backdrop (although they almost overdid the family's fear... it's just a wolf... and the municipal workers act to temper this fear). Some silly attention-to-detail gaffes: the revolver used by the man towards the end is positioned to show the barrel and it looks to be a pellet gun. Also, the viewer gets a sense of where things are directionally from the homestead. The river, the crime scene, the road,... and people just seem to come from all angles when coming to and from these places. Excellent movie, great acting, and super ending. Some of the criticism leveled against the ending could also be leveled against Tarantino re Hollywood, no?

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