video review : Missing 411 [ The Hunted ]

video review : Missing 411 [ The Hunted ]

This Missing 411 sequel, about missing persons cases involving hunters, is even more interesting than the original, which focused on children. The hunters being much older and more experienced is supposed to be the point, but I still don’t subscribe to the notion that these cases as a whole are particularly “unusual”.

David Paulides suggests the link is paranormal; he goes as far as to suggest Bigfoot or the aliens from Predator; but that’s a long shot he never provides enough evidence to justify. Still they’re intriguing mysteries even if the question simply comes down to whether or not the people involved are telling the truth.

my rating : 4 of 5

2019

video review : Missing 411

video review : Missing 411

This documentary is unnecessary; the subject of people gone missing in the wilderness is better covered by David Paulides on Coast To Coast AM and other talk shows; but it’s an interesting watch. It focuses on a handful of the hundreds of cases he covers in his books, all involving kids.

My problem with the Missing 411 concept is how David Paulides suggests there’s something supernatural tying all the cases together instead of presenting them as individual mysteries. He surprisingly goes against that here by presenting some of the family/friends as possible killers.

my rating : 4 of 5

2016

video review : Missing 411 : The Hunted