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Blood Monkey is a 2007 American made-for-television natural horror film produced by RHI Entertainment and directed by Robert Young. It aired on various video on demand channels, before officially premiering in the United States on the Sci Fi Channel on January 27, 2008. Filmed in Thailand, the film is the first title in the "Maneater" film series produced under an agreement with Sci Fi. The film followed a group of six students studying primates in Africa under the demented Professor Hamilton who find themselves under attack from bloodthirsty primates in the jungle. Reviewers panned the film, criticizing the acting, dialogue, plot, low quality special effects, and the lack of appearances by the titular monster, the monkeys. They also questioned the appearance of F. Murray Abraham in the film, though note that his performance was its only positive aspect. Anthropological professor Conrad Hamilton attempts to study a new species of primate, possibly the missing link between humanity and...
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