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The Dawnseeker

USA 2018
produced by
Khu, Lisa May, Justin Price, Deanna Grace Congo for Pikchure Zero
directed by Justin Price
starring Franziska Schissler, Alexander Kane, Jason Skeen, Khu, Alex Giuffreda, Leonard Jackson, Carl Bailey, Angelic Granger, Robert Thomas Ross, Matthew Simmons, James Croak, Jordan Matlock, Jason Sensation Thomas, Aurora Griffith, Rose Nguyen, Oscar Moberg, Ryan Jude Dopp, Tony Gomez, Deanna Grace Congo
written by Justin Price, special effects makeup by Joe Castro

review by
Mike Haberfelner

In 2245, the earth's sun is no longer functioning the way it should, so some big-ass company hires a group of badass mercenaries (Franziska Schissler, Alexander Kane, Jason Skeen, Alex Giuffreda, Leonard Jackson) to travel to another galaxy to get a rare mineral called stardust to fuel the sun again - but the trip doesn't go as planned, their starship crashes on an alien planet, a couple of them are killed, a rival group also exploiting the planet led by Thane (Carl Bailey) is after the same thing as they are and the two factions are not on good terms, a mysterious woman (Khu) appears who knows a bit more than is comfortable for either group - and then there's an alien hunter actually set free by our heroes that kills each and everybody in its path. And on top of that, the chances of ever leaving the planet again are pretty slim ...

 

So ok, this movie's alien hunter looks and acts a bit too much like a Predator to come off as wholly original, and some of the plot of the film is a bit too convoluted to really make perfect sense or at least be fully comprehended during watching the thing - but at the same time, this is also a very tense sci-fi thriller that keeps pushing from beginning to end, and really doesn't leave too much time to think about plotholes and leaps of reason. And cool action sequences, tight pacing, a solid directorial effort and a very competent cast help to make this very cool low budget genre entertainment!

 

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