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Hybrid 3D (Blu-ray + Blu-ray 3D)


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  • Actors: Oded Fehr, Shannon Beckner, Ryan Kennedy, Melanie Papalia, Adrien Dorval
  • Directors: Eric Valette
  • Producers: Kevin DeWalt, liver Hengst, Tim Kwok, Elizabeth Wang-Lee
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Koch Media
  • DVD Release Date: 13 Feb. 2012
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004L5UINE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,285 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Reviews

MOST CARS RUN ON FUEL. THIS ONE RUNS ON BLOOD. Since the beginning of time a breed of creatures has lived unnoticed among human civilization. This perfect predator has successfully camouflaged its existence through an unparalleled ability to change form. Today the hybrid creature has found the perfect form; the automobile, allowing both anonymity and mobility with the ability to hunt virtually undetected…until now… HYBRID 3D is a suspense-filled, fast-paced action thriller with stunning special effects that will leave audiences gasping for breath, and wary to ever walk alone to their car again…

Customer Reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 11 Sept. 2013
As you may have guessed from the cover, this is another car gone bad movie. This car not only can repair itself, but can change into another type of vehicle. The low budget aspect of this film only allows us to "see" the morph once. Most of the time we just see it as one car one moment, then when the camera goes back, it is suddenly a different car! Oh the magic of cinema! Unlike Christine this car kills indiscriminately.

When the car was in an accident it is towed to the police garage where the night crew must combat the vehicle. Shannon Beckner stars as Tilda, a female mechanic with a jobless boyfriend, a nephew (Ryan Kennedy) who also works at the garage and their overbearing boss, Ray (Oded Fehr of various Mummy and Resident Evil movies ). We all want to see him die next. He provides the inner conflict within the crew because harmony in battling a man eating car isn't enough drama.

Tilda comes to work in her tank top and puts on a dark blue work shirt. After an incident involving said car, the blue work shirt suddenly disappears and she is back in the tank top. Oh the magic of Anchor Bay movies!

(Plot spoiler?) They manage to get the hood pried open and lo and behold we have the film's meager special effects as we see some sort of creature lives under the hood. They surmise this creature has evolved while living along side of a road, to the point it can change forms for hunting humans. Ray doesn't want any help hunting this creature, and prefers that the garage mechanics do it to the dismay of Tilda. Melanie Papalia, as the secretary is the other eye candy of this film for those who like fish nets.

The acting was good considering the weak plot and being an Anchor Bay movie. No Mercedes were harmed in the making of this film.

No sex. No nudity. I don't recall any F-bombs, but don't hold me to it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By William Mason TOP 500 REVIEWER on 22 Dec. 2014
This is a fairly entertaining sci-fi horror flick, set in an underground garage in downtown Chicago.
The titular Hybrid is a menacing looking, black American muscle car, on raised suspension with twenty inch wheels. Just like the vehicles in The Car, Stephen King's Christine and Spielberg's Duel, the Hybrid has a life of its own - it's a shape shifting alien which inhabits the engine bay and controls the vehicle, including transforming its appearance. It's blood is corrosive like acid, just like Ridley Scott's Alien.
The Hybrid is involved in a car accident and "totalled". The police take what remains of the vehicle to an underground salvage yard, to be worked on by a night shift team.
Tilda is a good-looking, twenty-something redhead, who works as one of the night crew at the yard. Her nephew Bobby works alongside her. Ray is their boss, he has a hair-trigger temper and wandering hands with his female staff. His secretary Maria provides some more twenty-something eye candy, she dresses like a hooker and has a penchant for fishnet stockings.
The movie basically boils down to the night crew battling for survival against the man-eating car.
The film is well shot, but the frugal use of CGI for the alien life-form and the scenes where the car transforms from one vehicle into another, are indicative of a limited budget. The acting is okay although the script is a little bland. None of the lead characters has a particularly interesting personality, so it's difficult to feel concerned about their fates, at certain points I even found myself rooting for the car.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rbmusicman TOP 100 REVIEWER on 28 Nov. 2014
Since the dawn of time the creature's have lived alongside man-kind undetected, they prey upon man's
natural instinct of curiosity.
One of the creatures currently disguised as a car becomes involved in a smash with another vehicle and
is taken to a garage.
What happens has been witnessed by one of the garage staff members, has it's cover been blown ?
Two of the staff have already fallen victim, to the shape-shifter, a man-eating car ?
Now the being has a need to finish the job, there are four remaining prospective victims within the
premisses.
The remaining staff have seen a little of what the creature does to it's victims, they decide to try and
prepare a trap for the unexplainable predator.
Trouble is, the prowling creature has so far out-thought it's intended victims.
Trapped inside their place of work they'll need another plan of action if they are to survive.
Though a low budget offering it's actually an okay watch (not to be confused with the 'Stephen King'
classic 'Christine')
It does have a few tense moments and will almost certainly hold your attention.
Picture and Sound Quality is Good (The disc has both the 2-D and 3-D version)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Steve M on 7 Feb. 2013
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This movie was awesome. There was a car, there were people. Then the car drives around on its own, with aliens under the hood. It tries to run people over, and sometimes does. Then they kill it. In 3D. I mean, how can you go wrong with an lien car hybrid movie in an underground parking garage in 3D?
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