|Directed by:||Robert Young|
|Written by:||George LaVoo; Gary Dauberman|
|Produced by:||Charles Salmon|
|Music by:||Charles Olins; Mark Ryder|
|Edited by:||Anuradha Singh|
|Distributed by:||RHI Entertainment; Thai Occidental Productions|
|Released:||November 6th, 2007|
|Running time:||90 min.|
Blood Monkey is a 2007 horror film directed by Robert Young. It was released direct-to-video on November 6th, 2007 by RHI Entertainment and Thai Occidental Productions. The screenplay was written by George LaVoo and Gary Dauberman and produced by Charles Salmon. The film takes place in Thailand where an ambitious and eccentric anthropologist named Professor Conrad Hamilton has discovered a primitive species of giant ape. He invites a team of five graduate students to help him with his research, but as they trek through the dense jungles, they find themselves being hunted by the bloodthirsty primates.
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Characters[edit | edit source]
In alphabetical order
- Amy Armstrong
- Conrad Hamilton
- Dani Sudeva
- Greg Satch
- Josh Dawson
- Man (I)
- Man (II)
- Man (III)
- Sydney Maas
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This film is alternatively known as Empire of Apes (Japan).
- The tagline to this film is "Experience the dark side of nature".
- Other direct-to-video film produced by Charles Salmon include In the Spider's Web, Croc and The Hive.
- Despite the title to this movie, the animals featured in the film are actually apes, not monkeys.