Director: Matt Trotter
The ’90s was an era rich in B-flicks that seemed obsessed with looking into the future, almost as if they thought the 2000’s were going to usher in a world of futuristic AI-themed breakthroughs that was perfect fodder for extravagant cinematic license.So while you had Terminator 2 – Judgement Day handling this with aplomb, there were others like Stealth Hunters who handled these concepts exactly the way we like.
Stealth Hunters centers around a mad and evil millionaire who has set up a corporation with the sole purpose of building a sort of super platoon of highly specialized zombie soldiers who he hopes will function together as an unstoppable killing machine – the Stealth Hunters.
The Stealth Hunters go about their killing business when they train their sights on and massacre a platoon of soldiers who were out camping. They however make one mistake when they allow one of the soldiers to escape alive. He soon returns with a group of teen campers as they try to stop the Stealth Hunters from executing the evil designs of their millionaire master.