You think you have it in you to be a monster slayer? This is no game. The Head Hunter offers a fare share of realism in the life of hunting monsters. In the end I am left wondering if there is any intended connection to Jeepers Creepers for it could easily fit in.
Christopher Rygh is the eponymous warrior. He has devised a way of decapitating his foes and of then distilling their bodily juices into an unguent that has restorative powers. His quest is relentless - his daughter (Cora Kaufman) fell foul of his last remaining target - and he will stop at nothing to add that head to his burgeoning collection. Things take a turn for the unexpected, though, when a jar of his potion is accidentally knocked from a windowsill and drips into the willing mouth of an head left on the floor... It's not just the hunter who can benefit from the healing powers, and soon - well, you can guess... I actually quite liked the premiss, and the detailed production values are not that shabby, but the acting is pretty diabolical and somehow the whole opportunity to create something menacing and enthralling is missed. It's totally devoid of jeopardy and that's a pity.
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