PREDATOR: DARK AGES Kicks Off Crowdfunding On Kickstarter


Hollywood director Shane Black may be on the way with a feature-length Predator sequel, but that isn't stopping a small group over in the U.K. from pushing forward with an independent take of their own with the new shortfilm project, Predator: Dark Ages. The official Facebook page for the project has since long been launched to help gather as much of a readership as possible, with concept art and posters, and a teaser unveiled not too long ago.

That teaser is now accompanied by the brand new crowdfunding video which you can now view at the official Kickstarter page which just launched today.

SYNOPSIS:
Our Predator fan film is set in the Dark Ages, it is a period in history where mankind was plagued by disease and famine, as well as having to live and die by the sword. 
Our film follows a group of war-torn Templar knights who have returned from the Eastern lands, back to England, only to find that the enemy is now a lot closer and a lot more deadly than before.  
Throughout time the Predator has always looked for the greatest warriors to fight in battle, and with this short film we will see him put to the test against the some of the best history has ever seen, the Templar Knights. 
Their battle with the Predator is the thing Myths and Legends are made of.

The Predator stories have always been told in a variety of ways dating back to the John McTiernan-directed classic, even so far the two crossover films that mingled the supernatural hunter with the Alien universe within the last decade. So to see a director use the title character as the driving force for a period short featuring templar knights is not at all odd, but quite the opposite. And with the goal of keeping true to the source material, Predator: Dark Ages appears to be something that guarantees promise.


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