New Photos and Poster for Sandy Collora's Hunter Prey
Late last year we brought you a few new first look photos from an indie sci-fi film called Hunter Prey from director Sandy Collora. The costumes looked incredibly unique and readers seemed to be clamoring for more information. Not only have we heard that the teaser trailer will finally show up next week on io9, but we have a few brand new photos and a first look at the poster courtesy of a site called SciFiScoop.com. I really can't wait to see the teaser, as I've built up my expectations and have very high hopes. I also hope Collora has a good release plan setup for this, because I don't want to see it get lost in the mix of things.
We've added a few new photos below, and the official poster beneath them, so keep on scrolling to see all the latest images from Hunter Prey. Click any of the photos to see them in a higher resolution. "Making a movie is like being in a war. You're always fighting the budget and time, people doubting you, all kinds of stuff, but I'd have to say, most of this movie has fallen into place the way I originally envisioned it."
After shooting in Mexico last year, the film has been in post-production since, with visual effects being added. "I think people are going to be shocked at the level of GC that was achieved for such a low budget film. Everything is seamless. Natural. Unobtrusive. The CG enhances the world and the story, and is only used where we felt it necessary, and is not overbearing. It compliments the movie quite well," Collora said.
The story in Hunter Prey follows a team of special forces commandos who must recapture an escaped alien prisoner after the military transport ship carrying it crashes on a desolate and hostile planet. As this was an entirely independently financned production, it doesn't have a distributor yet, and won't likely find one until Collora starts showing it around to studios this summer. You can be certain we'll let you know the moment the trailer is online. "Like the movie itself and all the promotional artwork, the trailer has a very 70’s, old school sci-fi, organic, feel to it. I can't wait to see what people think of it." Bring it on!