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Monster Hunt (2015)

Zhuo yao ji (original title)
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Human and monsters have lived in their separate worlds, but after the birth of Wuba, the last of the monster kings, begins the adventure to bring the two races together.


Raman Hui


Alan Yuen (screenplay), Alan Yuen (story)
10 wins & 26 nominations. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Baihe Bai ... Huo Xiaolan
Boran Jing ... Song Tianyin
Wu Jiang ... Luo Gang
Elaine Jin ... Grandmother
Wallace Chung ... Ge Qianhu
Eric Tsang ... Gao
Sandra Kwan Yue Ng ... Ying
Wei Tang ... Pawn Shop Owner
Chen Yao ... Female Head Chef
Ni Yan ... Luo Ying
Jianfeng Bao Jianfeng Bao ... Zheng Tao
Yuexin Wang ... Xiao Wu
Xiaodong Guo ... Tianyin's Father
Jingjing Li ... Mama Li
Cindy Tian Cindy Tian ... Monster girl (as Yucheng Tian)


In an ancient world where monsters rule the land while humans keep to their own kingdom, a baby monster, Wuba, is born to a human father and monster queen. When mortals and creatures alike set out to capture the newborn, Wuba's adventure begins. The cute baby monster Huba is the child of a human man and a monster queen, threatened by both monster-hating humans and monsters attempting to capture the new-born in an ancient world based on medieval China. Written by OJT

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The monsters just got bigger


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Did You Know?


Monster Hunt was the highest grossing film of all time in China, as of September, 2015. It was surpassed by The Mermaid (2016) the following February. See more »

Crazy Credits

When the movie fades to black - just before the end credits start rolling - the monsters does a wonderful musical treat. Its hilarious, so be sure not to miss it! See more »


Followed by Monster Hunt 2 (2018) See more »

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Honestly, went in wanting to enjoy this, but I did not...
25 January 2016 | by subxerogravitySee all my reviews

So this is the highest grossing film in China Right now? Well so far it seems that my local cinema has been given me one of China's blockbusters every week. From Mojin: the lost treasure to Detective Chinatown. I like those movies so I thought a movie about hunting monsters would be a grand slam. This did not happen for me.

I was not expecting a movie so catered for children, which became completely obvious the moment the cute little monsters dominated the screen. For the first ten minutes I thought I was in the wrong theater watching a CGI animated movie. Even the monsters that were suppose to be scary were too cute to be taken seriously.

I also did not know how much watching the non-3D version would lesson my experience as the 2D version was in an English dubbed that seem to be paying homage to Kung fu flicks of the past with it's awfulness. It's not funny when you're doing the bad dub on purpose, and I think the whole story may have fallen out of whack because of it.

The Chinese seem to be making these big budget films that can rival American blockbusters and I'm into it, just not real into Monster hunt. I found this adventure to be real boring to the point where it got painful to get through.

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Release Date:

22 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$21,074, 24 January 2016

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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