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''The Wild Hunt'' is a 2009 indie Canadian comedy/drama. The plot revolves around a [[{{LARP}} live-action role-playing game]] [[GoneHorriblyWrong gone horribly wrong]].

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''The Wild Hunt'' is a 2009 indie Canadian comedy/drama.comedy/horror film. The plot revolves around a [[{{LARP}} live-action role-playing game]] [[GoneHorriblyWrong gone horribly wrong]].

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[[SimilarlyNamedWorks No relation]] to ''VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt''.

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* ForWantOfANail: Most of the climax would have been averted if Erik's car had started.


'''''The Wild Hunt''''' is a 2009 indie Canadian comedy/drama. The plot revolves around a [[{{LARP}} live-action role-playing game]] [[GoneHorriblyWrong gone horribly wrong]].

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'''''The ''The Wild Hunt''''' Hunt'' is a 2009 indie Canadian comedy/drama. The plot revolves around a [[{{LARP}} live-action role-playing game]] [[GoneHorriblyWrong gone horribly wrong]].


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** SocietyForCreativeAnachronism meets ''Literature/LordOfTheFlies''
** ''Film/{{Darkon}}'' meets the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_prison_experiment Stanford Prison Experiment]]


** SocietyForCreativeAnachronism meets ''LordOfTheFlies''

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** SocietyForCreativeAnachronism meets ''LordOfTheFlies''''Literature/LordOfTheFlies''

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* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler: Lyn, due to Erik's tragic death near the end.]]


** ''Darkon'' meets the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_prison_experiment Stanford Prison Experiment]]

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** ''Darkon'' ''Film/{{Darkon}}'' meets the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_prison_experiment Stanford Prison Experiment]]

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* AssholeVictim: King Argyle, who's a bit of a creepy douchebag throughout the film, until he fully tips his hand by dropping a C-bomb on Tamara. [[spoiler:His stabbing is a lead-up to Erik's death, so being an asshole helps preserve the emotional weight of the climax]].


* AssholeVictim: King Argyle, who's a bit of a creepy douchebag throughout the film, until he fully tips his hand by dropping a C-bomb on Tamara. [[spoiler:His stabbing is a lead-up to Erik's death, so being an asshole helps preserve the emotional weight of the climax]].



* CountryMatters: Argyle's KickTheDog moment, turning him into an AssholeVictim.

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* CountryMatters: Argyle's KickTheDog moment, turning [[spoiler:keeping him into an AssholeVictim.from being sympathetic and preserving the emotional impact of Erik's death at the end]].


* HoYay: Greg for Murtagh.


'''''The Wild Hunt''''' is a 2009 indie Canadian comedy/drama. The plot revolves around a [[{{LARP}} live-action role-playing game]] gone terribly wrong.

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'''''The Wild Hunt''''' is a 2009 indie Canadian comedy/drama. The plot revolves around a [[{{LARP}} live-action role-playing game]] [[GoneHorriblyWrong gone terribly wrong.
horribly wrong]].


* WimpFight: The opening scene highlights that the gamers don't really know how to fight. King Argyle and Bjorn's epic duel is just childish flailing, followed by arguing.



* ZeroChops: The opening scene highlights that the gamers don't really know how to fight. King Argyle and Bjorn's epic duel is just childish flailing, followed by arguing.

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* ZeroChops: The opening scene highlights that the gamers don't really know how to fight. King Argyle and Bjorn's epic duel is just childish flailing, followed by arguing.----


'''''The Wild Hunt''''' is a 2009 indie Canadian comedy/drama. The plot revolves around a [[{{LARP}}live-action role-playing game]] gone terribly wrong.

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'''''The Wild Hunt''''' is a 2009 indie Canadian comedy/drama. The plot revolves around a [[{{LARP}}live-action [[{{LARP}} live-action role-playing game]] gone terribly wrong.

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