Category IIB. At first glance, Richard Shepard’s “The Hunting Party” appears to be a dire warning about the perils of what happens when war correspondents get bored. But by the end, it’s clearly more of an alarming indicator of what happens when film directors get bored. Bored, that is, of the chaos of real-life war coverage. Why isn’t this more thrilling and sexy, and comfortably centered on two or three easily identifiable anti-heroes, you can almost hear Shepherd asking while watching footage of the carnage in Afghanistan.