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Martin Unsworth
alien hunt

Alien Hunt, a new film from Aaron Mirtes (Painted in Blood), will hit US digital platforms on May 14th. It stars Barron Boedecker, Brent Bentley, and Deiondre Teagle.


On a hunting trip in the wilderness, a group of siblings discovers an abandoned military outpost on their land, but is it what it seems? Their trip takes a sinister turn when they find themselves facing off against a relentless army of extra-terrestrial beings. Suddenly, the hunters become the hunted. The formidable squad of alien soldiers will stop at nothing to wipe out the enemy and in an all-out, brutal battle for survival, it’s kill or be killed.

Devilworks presents Alien Hunt on Premium TVOD in the US.

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