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Bloodmonkey (2007)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Horror | Video 27 January 2008
A renowned but mad professor leads a small group of American students into the jungles of Africa to investigate a remote tribe of killer chimpanzees rumored to be the missing link.

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Robert Young

Writers:

George LaVoo (screenplay), Gary Dauberman (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Complete credited cast:
F. Murray Abraham ... Hamilton
Matt Ryan ... Seth Roland
Amy Manson ... Amy Armstrong
Matt Reeves Matt Reeves ... Greg Satch
Laura Aikman ... Sydney Maas
Sebastian Armesto ... Josh Dawson
Freishia Bomanbehram Freishia Bomanbehram ... Dani Sudeva
Prapimporn Kanjunda Prapimporn Kanjunda ... Chenne (as Prapimporn Karnchanda)
Mascagni Andrea Mascagni Andrea ... Pilot
Ulf-Peder Johansson Ulf-Peder Johansson ... Man 1 (as Ulf Peder Johansson)
Manop Seengoen Manop Seengoen ... Porter
Thunya Suwanchatree Thunya Suwanchatree ... Man 3
Anu Thureekan Anu Thureekan ... Man 2
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A renowned but mad professor leads a small group of American students into the jungles of Africa to investigate a remote tribe of killer chimpanzees rumored to be the missing link.

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Experience the dark side of nature.


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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Country:

Thailand

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 January 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Blood Monkey See more »

Filming Locations:

Krabi, Thailand See more »

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During the scene that the documentary crew is boarding the plane, the boom mic is visible on the reflection of Greg's sunglasses. See more »

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Poorly thought-out
10 December 2007 | by Si_m007See all my reviews

It is a poor film, but it can be watched - more either while away the time, or as an example of how not to do things. Mr F is the only watchable actor, but his efforts are barely worth the film that it is in. Who puts good wine into a mug??? The film lacks tension - and as such it is not a 'whole film' - the lighting, music, atmosphere, do not co-conspire to create a tense environment - there is no 'mood' to the film which keeps the viewers locked in.

I also felt it quite blatantly stole from other films - 'Blair witch' and 'The Descent' in particular - most clearly toward the end, when the film decides it is obviously bored of its current direction and wishes to go off elsewhere following the lead of other, better films.

The young student actors are all pretty - (which is somewhat surprising since they are supposed to be anthropology student...) and none really leave a lasting impression aside from their good looks.

This was clearly a low budget film, with the monsters staying out of eye-sight until the end of the film (which could well have been a good move considering the paltry CGI employed).


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