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Super Hybrid (2010)

  • Rate: 3.9/10 total 703 votes 
  • Genre: Horror | Thriller
  • Release Date: 25 August 2011 (Australia)
  • Filming Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Super Hybrid (2010)


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  • IMDb page: Super Hybrid (2010)
  • Rate: 3.9/10 total 703 votes 
  • Genre: Horror | Thriller
  • Release Date: 25 August 2011 (Australia)
  • Filming Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Director: Eric Valette
  • Stars: Shannon Beckner, Oded Fehr and Ryan Kennedy
  • Original Music By: Thomas Schobel  Martin Tillman   
  • Plot Keyword: Killer Car | Based On Comic Book

Writing Credits By:

  • Benjamin Carr (written by) (as Neal Marshall Stevens)

Known Trivia

    Plot: Late one night, a mysterious car is brought into the Chicago police impound garage after a deadly traffic accident… See more » |  »

    Story: Late one night, a mysterious car is brought into the Chicago police impound garage after a deadly traffic accident. The on-call mechanics soon discover the car has a mind of its own. With hundreds of horsepower and two tons of reinforced steel at its command, it's a seemingly unstoppable killing machine capable of outrunning — and outwitting — humans.Written by Anonymous  

    FullCast & Crew

    Produced By:

    • Christian Arnold-Beutel known as executive producer
    • Kevin DeWalt known as producer
    • Oliver Hengst known as producer
    • Tim Kwok known as producer
    • Alex Leung known as executive producer
    • Tim McGrath known as executive producer
    • Sinead Smyth known as associate producer
    • Elizabeth Wang-Lee known as producer

    FullCast & Crew:

    • Shannon Beckner known as Tilda
    • Oded Fehr known as Ray
    • Ryan Kennedy known as Bobby
    • Melanie Papalia known as Maria
    • Adrien Dorval known as Gordy
    • Duncan Fisher known as Teenager
    • Josh Strait known as Al
    • Kent Nolan known as Teenager (as Kent Wolkowski)
    • Tim McGrath known as Oliver



    Supporting Department

    Makeup Department:
    • Myk Brazier known as special makeup assistant
    • Nicole Dumelie known as assistant hair stylist
    • Jennifer Forberg known as makeup artist
    • Tracy George known as makeup department head
    • Tamara Harrod known as key hair stylist
    • Kaitlyn Rae known as assistant makeup artist
    • Emersen Ziffle known as special makeup effects artist

    Art Department:

    • Brent Boates known as storyboard artist
    • Adrienne Conley known as graphic designer
    • Johanna de Vries known as scenic artist
    • Ian Gardner known as art department coordinator
    • Morgan Hughes known as key scenic painter
    • Lee Kolenick known as assistant property master
    • Mayumi Konishi-Valentine known as set designer (as Mayumi Konishi)
    • Bob Nett known as lead scenic artist
    • Kimberley Phaneuf known as painter
    • Barton Rendulic known as concept illustrator
    • Danny Scavuzzo known as construction coordinator
    • Johann Wessels known as lead scenic artist
    • Jordy Wihak known as property master
    • Dan Wright known as first assistant art director




    Production Companies:

    • Stallion Media
    • Studio 407
    • TADORA Filmproduktions

    Other Companies:

    • Fletcher Chicago  additional camera equipment
    • Pictorvision  aerial camera system
    • Plastercity Digital Post  post-production


    • Anchor Bay Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD)
    • Anchor Bay Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
    • G2 Pictures (2011) (UK) (all media)
    • IPA Asia Pacific (2010) (Thailand) (all media)
    • Icon Film Distribution (2011) (Australia) (DVD)
    • Tanweer Films (2011) (Bangladesh) (all media)
    • Tanweer Films (2011) (Bhutan) (all media)
    • Tanweer Films (2011) (India) (all media)
    • Tanweer Films (2011) (Maldives) (all media)
    • Tanweer Films (2011) (Nepal) (all media)
    • Tanweer Films (2011) (Pakistan) (all media)
    • Tanweer Films (2011) (Sri Lanka) (all media)



    Other Stuff

    Special Effects:

    • Footage
    • Trixter Film (3-D version)

    Visual Effects by:

    • Milton Adamou known as digital intermediate supervisor
    • Johannes Bogenhauser known as stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
    • Sean Dowey known as motion graphics designer
    • Sean Dowey known as title designer
    • Boris Duprey known as stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
    • Urs Franzen known as stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
    • Jan Glöckner known as stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
    • Sebastian Haas known as pipeline lead: Trixter Film
    • Michael Habenicht known as stereoscopic pipeline developer: Trixter Film
    • Silke Harbauer known as production secretary: Trixter Film
    • Dietrich Hasse known as stereoscopic supervisor: Trixter Film
    • Colin Hubick known as visual effects supervisor
    • Gregor Höss known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
    • Richard Jasdadt known as digital effects artist
    • Ko Eun Koni Jung known as compositor
    • Sandro Kath known as stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
    • Thomas Kaufmann known as stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
    • Yeonsoo Kim known as visual effects artist
    • Brayden Klein known as visual effects artist
    • Florian Kraft known as stereoscopic fx artist: Trixter Film
    • Simone Kraus known as stereoscopic visual consultant: Trixter Film
    • Martin Kulig known as matchmover: Trixter Film
    • Min Hee Lee known as lead compositor
    • Bongkyu Lim known as compositor
    • Giorgio Marino known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
    • Sung Oh Moon known as lead animator
    • Min Su Park known as visual effects supervisor
    • Roland Pfisterer known as stereoscopic artist: Trixter Film
    • Christian Quickle known as visual effects editor: Animation Picture Company
    • Petr Rohr known as matchmover: Trixter Film
    • Jaesoon Ryu known as visual effects artist
    • Niel Schorfield known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
    • Blair Scott known as visual effects
    • Chad R. Stephens known as visual effects artist
    • Patrick Timmermann known as coordinator: Trixter Film
    • Christopher Townsend known as stereoscopic visual consultant
    • Sebastian von Overheidt known as stereoscopic pipeline developer: Trixter Film
    • Georg Wieland known as line producer: Trixter Film
    • Hyunseong Yu known as animator
    • Junshik-Raul Yun known as visual effects coordinator: Digiart

    Release Date:

    • Germany 22 August 2010 (Berlin Fantasy Filmfest)
    • Spain 10 October 2010 (Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival)
    • France 28 January 2011 (Gérardmer Film Festival)
    • Australia 25 August 2011

    MPAA: Rated PG-13 for violence, terror and brief strong language



    Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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    1. Depraeter Luc from belgium
      30 Mar 2012, 12:27 am

      I saw the trailer and i thought it would be interesting. I thought itwould be like Christine. However, once the movie starts the charactersalmost immediately know what the car really is, and want to capture it.It's an incredible being lets capture it instead of destroying it. Forthe remainder of the movie it's just car chases in a garage. It reallydoesn't keep the interest for long. When you reach the middle of themovie you really want to fast-forward to see the ending. The monster isnot too bad, but we are used to good (greater) looking monsters inother movies. All in all a fun movie but not good enough. You won'twatch it twice.

    2. Boloxxxi from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 12:27 am

      The IMDb rating for this movie is 4 stars. No, no, no, no, no—-Nooooo! To be fair, this movie is nowhere under 5 stars. I think itdeserves 6. It's about a shape-shifting "Super Hybrid" (they call it)that assumes the form of a car to hunt and attract victims to it (Comeon! You're a horror vet. You've seen and heard crazier ideas). Sopeople step into the car, peer into it, or generally get too close toit –and they're lunch. Of course the Hybrid is able to go from anymake or model to any other as suits it. So reader, is that really yourcar parked at the corner? Best check under the hood before you get in.

      The movie starts out with the Hybrid, sleek and black, cruising theChicago streets one night. There are some good shots of it fromdifferent angles (including nice sky views). It not only looks cool,but ominous and deadly; predatory. Shortly it drives thru a back alleysome place and waits for any sucker who will take an interest in it. Itwill be a nice night for it because 2 do.

      Later, as it is going WHO KNOWS WHERE, it either accidentally ordeliberately has an accident. It is taken to the Chicago DistrictGarage (so the sign says) which is presently under repair and so is notaccepting any more cars now. The guy who towed the Hybrid there tellsthe mechanic some sob story about a pregnant wife and the mechanicallows him to leave the car there. Big mistake!

      The people who work at the garage, 7 in all; 2 women and 5 men,including the boss (an obnoxious guy named Ray) become trapped insidewith the Hybrid. The emergency exit doesn't work because Ray "thegenius" welded it shut. Even sealed off windows. "Why'd he do thatBoloxxxi?" –Well reader, he said he wanted to keep junkies out.Apparently he's never heard of doors that only open from the inside–or with keys either, that he could have conveniently hung near thedoor or kept on his person. To top things off, it's a weekend and noone was coming by until Monday morning. I think we can both agree herethat predators love stupid people.

      You know, I first became aware of this movie a few months back when Irode up to the IMDb website on my trusty steed Hewlett Packard. "Easy,HP", I said, "Whoa, boy! It's only the IMDb website. Nothing to fear".So I checked out the movie, saw the ratings and what some people saidabout it. Discouraged, I mounted HP again and rode off into the Cybersunset. A few months later I returned again to check Super Hybrid'srating; no change. I'm a big horror movie fan so I decided that at 4stars it can't be that bad. I was not optimistic.

      To my surprise and delight I enjoyed the movie. It was a solid horrorflick. What I learned is that you can generally rely on a consensus ofpeople's opinions when they are to the extreme; very bad or very good(3 stars or less, 7 stars or more). But something close to the middlecan be deceptive because it is possible that it could be plus or minus1 or 2 more stars. In which case, it badly falls thru the IMDb ratingscrack as either a better or worse movie than it actually is.

      In this instance, Super Hybrid is 1 or 2 more stars better than it isgiven. In closing, let me say reader that I felt obliged to get somejustice for this entertaining movie. You know, like someone who setsout to clear the name of someone wrongly accused of something. Thismovie is wrongly accused of being only 4 stars. It's better than that.Enjoy. Away, Hewlett! Justice has been served! Love, Boloxxxi.

    3. gavin6942 from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 12:27 am

      Late one night, a mysterious car is brought into the Chicago policeimpound garage after a deadly traffic accident…

      This film comes from writer Benjamin Carr. How much his idea translatedwell on the screen I suppose is a matter of debate. But Carr is anexperienced writer. He has over 30 projects under his belt, includingsome Hellraiser sequels, the "13 Ghosts" remake and one of my favoritefilms — "Head of the Family". So, if I have to fault anyone, I am notblaming Carr.

      But someone must be blamed… because this film just came up short. Agood idea, some gore, some action, a decent cast (Oded Fehr is great).But it just did not hold my attention as well as it should have, and Inodded off a few times. And the very premise of a squid that can mimica car? That makes no sense. An alien maybe or an evil creation from amad scientist… but not this.

      And how does it compare to "Christine" or "Maximum Overdrive"? Well, itjust does not come close. "Christine" is a modern classic and"Overdrive" is bad, but bad in such a way that you have to love it (ifyou can see it in a theater full of horror fans, the experience willnever be forgotten). This one… I do not see it going anywhere butinto the memory hole. Sorry.

    4. Iranian from Iran
      30 Mar 2012, 12:27 am

      Well, I must say the movie is better than some of the reviews here makeit out to be. There are way more stupid "horror" films out there. Thefirst 30 minutes were intriguing, that is up to the point that the guysstill have no idea what they are dealing with. From there on, it turnsinto a "creature feature" movie with the car emitting some freakynoise. (Why didn't it do that before it was known what it actuallywas?) It was rather fun to watch how they went about hunting the "car"or to be more exact, how the car went about hunting them!

      Here's how it feels to watch this. You all know those movies where akiller in a car is chasing a victim in the dark to run him over. Well,that's exactly what you will get here from the beginning to the end,except that there's no killer.

      The movie could've been a lot better if the makers decided to crushsome nice sports car like the red one in the beginning, but, due to itsbeing low-budget, all the cars are old and uninteresting. Wouldn't thecreature be able to chase his food if it was a fast Ferrari? The designof the creature was awful. They could've done better. The most annoyingcharacter in the movie was Ray (the boss). He made the movie a pain tosit through and I think he shouldn't have survived. The "nicer" guyshould have, like it's the norm in movies.

      There's nothing scary about this movie and since it doesn't lookprofessional at all, it gets boring after 60 minutes. It would've madethe movie a lot more interesting if they didn't limit the scenes to thegarage and took it out on the street and even better if the police orthe military got involved, but you know explosion scenes would requirea lot of budget, that which this movie lacked. One thing is for sure.This is not a movie that anyone would watch more than once. It's notgreat but it's not bad either. It definitely deserves a 5. Actually, itwas way more entertaining than most "good, professional" moviesavailable out there.

    5. Terry Roehrig II from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 12:27 am

      When a movie like Super Hybrid comes along, it either better bedelightfully cheesy or extremely scary. Well, since it's a movie abouta killer car that apparently runs on blood and it's only rated PG-13,we can cross off scary right away. Unfortunately, it doesn't poke funat itself or do anything tongue-in-cheek either, so it's a completestinker from the get go.

      We begin the movie with the car shape-shifting (yes, you heard me andno, this is no transformer) into a hot red sports car. Two guys aretempted to steal the car and are taken for the ride of their life andperhaps turned into fuel? The movie actually begins at a car garage andthe people inside that are working. They work for the city and thedouche bag boss is constantly on their back to hurry up or do better.The car, of course, blends right in here — as any vehicle that doesn'tbring too much attention to itself — and quickly finds it's firstvictim via it's Predator-like sensory system. You heard me, it has thecheesy infrared heat-seeking vision doohickey where it senses bodyoutlines, that's how it tracks it's prey. When the other people can'tfind the person who was sent down to a certain parking level, threemore people go down to check on him to see what's going on. Instead offinding him, they find a strange car that no one remembers parking.Watching it kill one of their own before their very eyes, they go tothe boss and the boss quickly dismisses them as crazy — because forsome reason it's fun to make up stories like this. He gets the evidencehe needs to believe their story and because the movie has to be longerthan 30 minutes, he hatches a scheme to capture the car so they cansell the exclusive rights to ??? for $250,000. Don't ask — the moviehas plenty of scenes happening like that: no rhyme, no reason, nosense.

      At least the acting was tolerable. I didn't really notice anyonedropping the ball or overacting or anything like that, so that's aplus. Mind you, there's nothing mind-blowing or exciting with thisstinker acting-wise, there's just nothing bad in it. The weakest partof this movie is, no doubt, the story. i would have preferred adifferent slant on the story than what was delivered to us. I wantedmore background about the car. Explain the car. Where did it came from?How did it get it's special powers? What is that thing under the hood?Is it really using human blood to fuel itself? No, instead, we're givena story about a bunch of garage-workers who have to band together tocapture this freak-of-nature car. It's more of an action movie withdrama between the characters — and it's not good drama by any means.These people fight so much with each other you would think they weremarried.

      The special effects will make you almost laugh out loud. I understandthat some production companies don't have the funds to do someimpressive CGI, but don't give us this. The coloring and shading is sooff that it looks like it was made in the late 80's. Sure, the monsteritself looks kind of cool, but when it looks like it was slapped on thefinal print of the film like a sticker, it loses all credibility andscariness. It's just downright bad.

      It's a shame that the writer didn't take advantage of this ludicrousstory. A movie about a car that kills people and not one joke aboutStephen King's Christine? If the movie had some witty humor and betterdialog, it might have played better. The way it is now can't even becalled entertainment — it just chugs along and doesn't deliver anythrills, chills or spills. Just disappointment.

      More reviews at

      Final Grade: D

    6. Jon Doe from yourhdd
      30 Mar 2012, 12:27 am

      If your not a real horror fan then you probably won't like this movie.I can't understand the bad rating here on IMDb as this movie as atleast a 5 1/2 6. At the least. Its not perfect, but it is aninteresting,premise has its share of gore and a nice little script. Themovie is actually about a shape shifting predator then can morph itselfto anything it wants including great looking,but generic no named cars.This "car" finds its way onto a police impound and after a bad accidentand chaos ensues.

      …if your me and love independent horror, you'll enjoy this. I have toadmit I had virtually no hope of a decent movie after reading some ofthe reviews here, but luckily a trailer was available so I knew itwasn't bad student project style horror and decided to give it achance. I'm glad I did. You can ignore the bad reviews, if you thinkyou may like this you will.

      Its a solid 6, but I gave it a seven for all the unjust reviews hereand overall bad rating. This is not a bad movie. I wouldn't go spending$20 on it or anything, but if you catch it in Redbox or some discountshelf give it a watch.

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