Pig Hunt


Action / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled24%
IMDb Rating4.7102602


Plot summary

Uploaded by: FREEMAN


Top cast

720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
852.29 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 39 min
P/S 1 / 1
1.59 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 39 min
P/S ...

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen3 / 10

Oh, this was bad...

Suckered in by the Fright Fest presentation? ... Check.

Suckered in from the director of "Skinwalkers" and "Jason X"? ... Check.

Bored senseless throughout the entire movie? ... Check.

Right, well initially I had hope for something more than the less than mediocre drag that "Pig Hunt" turned out to be. Granted, the title of the movie wasn't much of a grand appeal, but still, from time to time the creature features can be enjoyable movies to watch.

"Pig Hunt" wasn't one such movie.

The storyline in "Pig Hunt" was just unfathomably boring and uneventful. And I am not kidding when I am saying that you might as well just skip the entire movie and just watch the last 10 minutes or so, because that is the only part where the movie actually had any worth. But even at that point, the movie had slipped so far out of director James Isaac's hands, and the writings of Robert Mailer Anderson and Zack Anderson had turned into the muck that the boar was dwelling in.

As for the acting in the movie, well let's just say that the performers were crippled by an inferior script and horrible characters. The entire movie was totally devoid of anything that even resembled character growth and development, and they could just as easily have been replaced by cardboard cutouts. But at least Tina Huang made the movie somewhat worthwhile to endure.

I was bored throughout the course of "Pig Hunt", yet I managed to stick around to the end, in sheer defiance that a movie could really be so bad when it definitely had so much potential. But now that I've seen "Pig Hunt", I am never returning to it again. I suffered through this ordeal of a movie so you don't have to. Stay well clear of this 2008 creature feature, because there are far, far better movies in the creature feature genre.

Reviewed by nogodnomasters8 / 10


John Hickman (Travis Aaron Wade) and wife (Tina Huang) go boar hunting with a bunch of John's military buddies. Along the way they have the proverbial local yahoo hassle and there is a legend about a 3,000 pound boar named Ripper.

Good blood spray, ample killing, some guts, and ample nudity toward the end of the film. Enjoyable characters, and that's what makes a great "B" film.

Reviewed by kosmasp4 / 10


I will start with the one really good thing about the movie! It's the sound(track). I really loved it. It's a bit country mixed with other influences and it really worked for me. Not everyone at the Festvial I watched this at, was as hyped about it as me though, but that's how everyone receives certain things.

Now onto the problems: There is not much happening in the movie. And while the direction it takes (concentrating on the characters) is not really a bad one, it doesn't have either the script/dialog nor the actors to carry something like that. Still a few (too little) action set pieces and some fine moments plus the music prevent this movie from falling completely down ...

Read more IMDb reviews