Sandy Collora is not a well-known name outside of the special effects world, but it looks like he has a film on his hands that’s creating a decent amount of buzz – the sci-fi flick Hunter Prey. The story seems fairly basic, but in a way that leaves room for a lot of action and interesting alien sequences, as it follows a special ops team tracking an escaped alien prisoner in dangerous territory.

Luckily, Sci Fi Scoop was able not only to get a great interview with the director but also scored some images and a really beautiful one sheet for the flick. I highly suggest reading their interview. Good stuff.




I can see shades of sci-fi classics emerging, but I’m ultimately really disappointed in the look of the characters. I know, I know. Everyone out there thinks that they should rewrite the story synopsis to read: “In the future, a team of Boba Fetts go in search of an escaped alien…,” but I think the costumes look more like Iron Man had sex with The Rocketeer. And I don’t mean that in the good way. Although, I’m not really sure there is a good way for that. Wait, were you thinking of it in a good way? Sick.

Fortunately, the saving grace of the marketing materials is this poster that evokes the cool simplicity of old school printmaking. Kind of a late 60s feel to it, and I’m definitely digging the type face and the haunting, overexposed image:


What do you think? Any chance an Iron Man on Rocketeer Porn would sell? No? I didn’t think so either. Oh, and are you excited for this movie?

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