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Monday, September 19, 2005

Film Review: Prey Alone

Prey Alone (12)

Dir. Stephen St. Leger, James Mather

Reviewed by Matt Adcock (@cleric20)

Prepare yourself; this is a high-octane short film that pushes the limits of computer-generated animation to the cutting edge. And if you’re looking for a serious nitro boost of adrenaline action scroll down and watch this sucker now!!

Prey Alone may only be 15 minutes, but man it’s stunning stuff from the gritty interrogation which set the scene to the superb car chase that takes in fighter jets chasing a sports car into a subway system!!

The plot is cool – authorities are trying to bring down a dangerous suspect who ‘cannot be caught’… That’s pretty much all you need to know – just strap yourself in and enjoy the roller coaster CGI ride that has effect which wouldn’t look out of place in The Matrix or Sin City…

There is even time to throw in a cool, clever plot twist which makes you have to watch the film again straight away!

The guys who made this are exactly the sorts of folks I am interested in getting to make the Darkmatters feature… Hey, if you’re reading this, give me a shout?

Watch it now!!

Darkmatt Rating: ööööö (AWESOME)

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