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Hunter Hunter 4K 2020 Ultra HD 2160p

Hunter Hunter 4K 2020 Ultra HD 2160p
Genre: Drama 4K , Horror 4K
Country: USA | Canada
Time: 93 min
IMDB: 6.4
Director: Shawn Linden
Actors: Camille Sullivan, Summer H. Howell, Devon Sawa, Nick Stahl, Gabriel Daniels, Lauren Cochrane, Jade Michael, Erik Athavale, Karl Thordarson, Blake Taylor, Sarah Constible.

Story Movie

Hunter Hunter 4K 2020 Ultra HD 2160p
Joseph and his wife and 12-year-old daughter live in a house in the woods. The family earns money by selling the pelts of captured animals, but lately it has become increasingly difficult to make ends meet. And when a cunning wolf shows up in the neighborhood and starts emptying traps, Joseph decides to deal with him one-on-one and goes hunting.

Review 4K Movie

While cinemas are filled with endless "Halloweens," "Candyman" and once again threatening to sound the "Scream" somewhere in the blind spot of most viewers are passing really interesting and talented low-budget projects. One of them is Sean Linden's Canadian film, Greywolf (Hunter Hunter, 2020). The Canadians certainly know a lot about quality suspense and love to experiment (you don't have to go far, take the great movie "Nightmares" (Come True, 2020) by Anthony Scott Burns, which you want to loop to the beat like a catchy music video).

Localizing the title is a way of conveying the underlying nerve of the picture. Translating "Hunter Hunter" verbatim certainly isn't comical, though in the original it conveys the film's main conflict. "Greywolf" conveys the theme of the game and the effect of underestimating the threat. And that's present, too. So, I wouldn't scold much for this adaptation.

The film's plot is hermetic: Joseph and his wife and daughter live in a forest home, far (relatively, of course) from civilization. He sees himself as the master of this territory, of this forest, and immediately turns on Hunter mode when the tracks of a menacing wolf show up. Sending his daughter to his wife, he follows the trail of the predator. Except that the beast that lurks in the woods turns out to be far more cunning and dangerous than a simple gray wolf.

The basic premise - "there is no scarier beast than man" - is not new, but the director should be given credit here. He accurately maintained the pace, unhurriedly building up horror without using any screamers and boo-boos. Just a picturesque forest and a limited cast of characters. And a tension that grows with the number of growing mysteries. And a sense of proportion in terms of violence. That's why the last scene looks so creepy, because Sean Linden plays on the contrast, suddenly plunging the viewer into a literal trance madness, as if looking over the edge for a moment. But here it is a justified device to show the devastating hatred and lust for revenge.

In general, the cast is very successful, everyone is in their place. The same Nick Steel looks exactly as it should - alien, twisted and evoking a subconscious sense of danger.

I purposely do not go into detail about the narrative, so as not to spoil the impression. Although, for example, the trailer has a couple of shots of a "plot with the bodies of the victims" in the woods, and it only intrigues and urges you to watch it. Therefore, I will also omit the topic with some of the motivations of the characters, which may raise questions. I think that Joseph's actions are understandable, if you remember that he lives by his own terms and considers himself the Master of the territory. Yes, and the helplessness of the police, as a whole of civilization, in this Canadian neck of the woods is quite evident from a couple of scenes.

This is not the first film for Sean Linden. You can find his 2007 detective noir Nobody online. In it, by the way, there's also a Hunter (a Mortimey hitman) who confronts a rival. And if it goes into the doppelganger theme there, Hunter Hunter is another meditation on the man-beast theme. And it's an interesting reflection that leaves a dark and stirring aftertaste. Enjoy watching it!


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (59.3 Mb/s)
Resolution: 4K (2160p)
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
German: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1

English, German.


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