The Most Dangerous Game Colorized / Black & White 2008 Horror Movie Review
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Evil game hunter, Russian Count Zoroff traps unsuspecting shipwreck survivors on his remote island. Bored with hunting animals, the blood thirsty count decides his new sport is hunting man. Upon meeting shipwreck survivors Robert Rainsford and Eve Trowbridge, he selects them as the next prey in his insane game. The stranded guests are sent off on the mysterious island and must now find a way to outsmart Zoroff to survive through the night in The Most Dangerous Game! Max Steiner’s brilliant score sets the suspenseful and terrifying mood, accentuating this fast-paced race for survival. Celebrate the 75th anniversary in vibrant color for the first time under the creative direction of legendary effects master, Ray Harryhausen.
About The Most Dangerous Game (Colorized / Black & White) (2008)
The Most Dangerous Game Colorized / Black & White
Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, Leslie Banks, Robert Armstrong,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
NR (Not Rated)Runtime:
63 minutesDirector: Irving Pichel Ernest B. Schoedsack,
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