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The Prey

It’s not human, and it’s got an axe!

“The Prey” is a suspenseful horror film released in 1983, directed by Edwin Brown. Set amidst the vast wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, the movie follows a group of young campers whose peaceful retreat into nature turns into a nightmare when they become the targets of a savage and relentless hunter.

At the heart of the story is Nathan Forrest, portrayed with raw vulnerability by Steve Bond, who leads his friends on a camping trip to reconnect with nature and escape the stresses of everyday life. Alongside Nathan are his girlfriend Susan, played by Lori Lethin, and their friends Greg, played by Robert Wald, and Bernadette, played by Jackie Coogan.

Their idyllic getaway takes a terrifying turn when they encounter the menacing figure of the Hunter, portrayed with chilling menace by Carel Struycken. Towering and silent, the Hunter stalks the group with deadly precision, picking them off one by one as they struggle to survive in the unforgiving wilderness.

As fear and paranoia grip the group, tensions mount and alliances are tested as they fight for their lives against an adversary who seems unstoppable. With each passing moment, the line between hunter and prey blurs, and the true nature of survival is laid bare.

As the suspense builds to a pulse-pounding climax, Nathan and his friends must confront their deepest fears and summon every ounce of courage to outwit their relentless pursuer. With its atmospheric setting, nail-biting suspense, and standout performances, “The Prey” is a classic horror film that continues to captivate audiences with its timeless tale of survival against all odds.

Supported by a talented ensemble cast that includes such notable actors as Debbie Thureson, Gayle Gannes, and Jackson Bostwick, “The Prey” remains a cult favorite among horror aficionados, showcasing the enduring appeal of the genre and the primal instinct to fight for survival in the face of unimaginable terror.