It has been fifty years since the first Harvest. Hideous creatures, lethal and lightning-fast, were sown into the beds of Earth's oceans eons ago. Now every year, in service to a mad god, they rise from the depths and hunt humans.
Man hides underground in fear of the Harvesters. But he is also sought by other predators: the robots that for years were his companions are now driven to exterminate him in a warped mission of mercy.
In a race against time, a group of humans cross the United States in a desperate plot to destroy the Harvesters before the next cycle. As if psychotic robots, lobotomized cops and flesh-eating nomads weren't enough of a challenge, they may just invoke the wrath of the ancient god itself...
Fifty years after the first Harvest drove mankind underground, fearful for their lives, a group of brave souls set out to destroy the sea-dwelling harvesters before they can terminate all of humanity. David Dunwoody's imaginative saga not only creates an intriguing villain in the monstrous brain-eating harvesters, but also gives the survivors some terrifying obstacles like killer robots and a lobotomized police force, further complicating their plans. Al Dano's clear and methodical performance allows Dunwoody's complex narrative to unfold, an important stylistic choice that nevertheless invites a creepy uneasiness.
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Straight up Horror
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