For every Alien or Predator movie that gets made, there are at least a dozen ‘Crossbreed’ movies that get made alongside them. In the ye-olde days we’d have called them “straight to video”, these days it’s “straight to VOD”.
This isn’t to say Crossbreed is bad necessarily, I mean, it’s no Alien or Predator, no matter how much it does its best to be like a crossbreed of both of them (see what I did there!).
Crossbreed is one of those films that you’ll either love or hate. It has some not half-bad CGI (I’ve seen a lot worse on films that had a lot more than the reported $3.5 million Crossbreed had), but that sadly isn’t replicated in the sets, or the motorbike costumes the actors wear.
Speaking of which, and despite high-profiling billing, both Vivica A. Fox (“Empire (TV)”, “Kill Bill Vol. 1”) and Daniel Baldwin (“Anabolic Life“, “Cold Case (TV)”) have perhaps the least amount of screen-time.
The majority of that is given over to our five intrepid hero’s: Ryker, Stink Fisher (“The Lovely Bones”, “New Dogs, Old Tricks (TV)”), Slaughterhouse, Antoine Lanier (“Message In A Bottle”), Four-Eyes, John T. Woods (“V/H/S/2”, “Criminal Minds (TV)”), Degenerate, Jason McNeil (“House Of Manson”, “The Night I Died”) and Noob, Brandyn T. Williams (“The First Purge”, “Deadly Vows”). I think, given the names, you are beginning to get an idea of what you’re in for.