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Flying Monkeys (2013)

Not Rated | | Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 9 March 2013
Teenager, Joan gets more than she bargained for when her workaholic dad buys her a cute pet monkey who grows wings, fangs, and an insatiable thirst for blood come nightfall.

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Sonya
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Wang
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Rudy (as Matt Cook)
Michelle DeVito ...
EMT Raines
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Paul
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Principal Smith
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Tompkins - Jim
Jaci LeJeune ...
Senior in Car
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Joan
Lee Nguyen ...
Chin - Lee
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Joe
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Sheriff Flemings
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Burke
Sydney Trager ...
Sydney
Jackie Tuttle ...
Chasity
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Teenager, Joan gets more than she bargained for when her workaholic dad buys her a cute pet monkey who grows wings, fangs, and an insatiable thirst for blood come nightfall.

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When Sonya is in the bedroom before heading to the bathroom and getting in the shower, a crew member's shadow can be seen moving on the first closet door in the bathroom. See more »

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It did not suck
20 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

Why do I watch Syfy movies? Simple: I long for the days of Creature Feature and Chiller Theater. Okay, so not much today comes close to "The Killer Shrews." I am also not the first to point that most current CGI does not improve on Ray Harryhausen. That said, there a few Syfy films worth watching. "Sabretooth" is not bad; "Rise of the Zombies" is a pleasant surprise (and way better than Steve Niles "Remains"); the best to my mind, is "Abominable." Now this film about flying monkeys with big appetites actually has a few things going for it. 1) Not a typically predictable plot--after a girl receives a pet that is not what it seems to be; (2)Two Asian ass-kickers who bring the right combination of seriousness and humor; (3) Likable characters--not generic monster food, and; (4)scary monsters. No need to make these flying monkeys Cloverfield-size--this is one film where the CGI works. Better in every way than the useless "Tasmanian Devils." 6/10


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