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Hunter Hunter

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Canada, United States · 2020
1h 33m
Director Shawn Linden
Starring Camille Sullivan, Summer H. Howell, Devon Sawa, Nick Stahl
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller

Joseph and his family live in the remote Canadian wilderness, living a meager life as fur trappers. However, their tranquility is threatened by the return of a rogue wolf determined to hunt them down. Desperate to protect his family, Joseph leaves them behind to track it.

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Slant Magazine by Chuck Bowen

Writer-director Shawn Linden skillfully draws us into the narrative before springing a series of startling traps—of both the narrative and literal variety.


The Hollywood Reporter by Frank Scheck

The performances are all fine, with Sawa and Stahl providing forceful presences. But Sullivan is particularly memorable, delivering the sort of galvanizing, physically and emotionally demanding turn that would be of the star-making variety if Hunter Hunter were to be seen by a wide audience.

25 by Glenn Kenny

I like cheap exploitation as much as the next guy, but not when it tries to disguise itself with transparently insincere humanist indie trappings.


Screen Rant by Jack Wilhelmi

Hunter Hunter's atmospheric, woodland nightmare barrels through like a boulder down a hillside and depicts a ferocious battle between man and beast.


Los Angeles Times by Noel Murray

The movie’s final act takes too grim a turn, leading up to an ending that’s overly dark and disgusting. But even as it goes way over the top, “Hunter Hunter” stays focused on the fragility of the Mersaults, who want to live by their own rules but discover that nature has its own agenda.


The A.V. Club by Randall Colburn

It’s a jarring journey, filled with twists that snap and sting like bear traps, and an endurance test, too, especially for the squeamish.


Austin Chronicle by Richard Whittaker

It's the final act that takes that final twist of the knife, as the thriller becomes a grand guignol horror, yet still based within the world and the rules established in that grounded opening.


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

Linden, while hard-pressed to take this anywhere we don’t see from a mile off, manages several tense moments and scenes with real suspense, before delivering a finale that’s a grim, teeth-gritting corker.

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