Title: "[5], United Artists had originally optioned Michael Stewart's novel, Monkey Shines (1983), for a film adaptation in 1984, having purchased the rights for $20,000. Like those authors, he uses satire as one of his principal tools and principal weapons," concluding that, "Monkey Shines is an extremely thoughtful, provocative film; it's also a damn good horror movie. Directed by George A. Romero. It is based on the 1983 British novel of the same title by Michael Stewart. A medieval reenactment troupe find it increasingly difficult to keep their family-like group together, with pressure from local law enforcement, interest from entertainment agents and a growing sense of delusion from their leader. First, Ella kills the pet bird of Allan's uncaring nurse, Maryanne, who lets the bird fly through the house on a whim; much to Allan's dismay. A group of young film students run into real-life zombies while filming a horror movie of their own. Later, Allan undergoes spinal surgery. Use the HTML below. First, the studio forced Romero to add a happy ending to the picture, a plot device which the director had long avoided in favor of more ambiguous endings; originally, Romero had intended to conclude the film in the same manner as its source novel, in which Allan does not recover from his accident.

Allan attempts to exit the house, but Ella disables the power, preventing him from opening the electric-powered door. She returns to Allan's house, where she kills Allan's controlling, narcissistic mother Dorothy by electrocuting her in the bathtub with a hairdryer. [18], Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment released the film on DVD on September 28, 1999.

Two horror tales based on short stories by Edgar Allan Poe directed by two famous horror directors, George A. Romero and Dario Argento. [6], At the time of filming, Romero commented that "Post-production on this will be very heavy. Ella seems to become a telepathic receptacle for Allan's anger at his state and his desire for revenge against people who have wronged him for slights both real and imagined. 13 of 21 people found this review helpful. Worth checking out, so check it out. It’s not a matter of the beast emerging against the human--but of humans perverting the beast. The setting was changed from Oxford, England, where the novel was set, to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a city in which Romero had long resided and often set his films. After years of being tread upon and cheated on, a man awakens to find his face has a been replaced by a blank, white mask. This resulted in a first cut of which 40 to 50% of the shot footage met the cutting room floor in the need to get the film reduced to a practical length. Its plot follows a young athlete who becomes a paralyzed quadriplegic, and develops a bond with an intelligent service monkey named "Ella" who becomes homicidal after she is injected with an experiment serum of human brain tissue. A greedy wife kills her husband, but not completely. [6] The option included film rights to another novel by Stewart, Far Cry (1984). Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. Looking for something to watch?

[7] Filming concluded in October 1987.

Monkey Shines was George A. Romero's first studio film, if rumour is to be believed, the studio were in financial difficulties at the time and re-cut the film against Romero's wishes.

I'm shooting more film than I ever have because of the monkeys...  As our budgets grow, everything takes longer. [22], "Monkey Shines: An Experiment in Fear (1988)", "Cult Movie: Monkey Shines a rare miss for chiller master George A Romero", "Monkey Shines: An Experiment in Fear Movie Review (1988)", "MOVIE REVIEW : Well-Crafted Shivers in 'Monkey Shines, "Review/Film; Identity Crisis: My Monkey, My Self", "Disabled Groups Assail 'Monkey Shines' Ads", "Grab Them While You Can: These Scream Factory Blu-rays Go Out of Print Next Year", Dead On: The Life and Cinema of George A. Romero, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Monkey_Shines_(film)&oldid=979161058, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 19 September 2020, at 04:43.

When Allan becomes a quadriplegic he loses all hope for living until he meets Ella - a monkey trained to fetch and carry for him around the house, obeying him in all things. "[3] Caryn James of The New York Times panned the film, writing that the screenplay "wraps up more loose ends than anyone cares about, yet leaves some nagging bits of illogic," also criticizing the film for its "calm, and tedious, exposition. Presented Another issue was the film's overall length, as Romero had completed a very long and involved shooting script that numbered over 240 pages. A young man returns to his home city of Pittsburgh and moves in with an older woman whom he begins to rely on for emotional and financial support. [8] Additionally, four puppets of the monkey were designed by Tom Savini, one of which was remote-controlled, each adorned with yak fur. His multiple attempts to leave are thwarted by Ella, who eventually urinates in his lap as an act of defiance. [8] The production budget was approximately $7 million. [6], Executive producer Gerald Paonessa commented that he had wanted George A. Romero to direct, as he felt he "had a wonderful, dark sense of humor. [6] Bill Bolte, a member of Adapt California, commented: "The idea of a monkey attendant turning into a monster is appalling.
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Title: "[5], United Artists had originally optioned Michael Stewart's novel, Monkey Shines (1983), for a film adaptation in 1984, having purchased the rights for $20,000. Like those authors, he uses satire as one of his principal tools and principal weapons," concluding that, "Monkey Shines is an extremely thoughtful, provocative film; it's also a damn good horror movie. Directed by George A. Romero. It is based on the 1983 British novel of the same title by Michael Stewart. A medieval reenactment troupe find it increasingly difficult to keep their family-like group together, with pressure from local law enforcement, interest from entertainment agents and a growing sense of delusion from their leader. First, Ella kills the pet bird of Allan's uncaring nurse, Maryanne, who lets the bird fly through the house on a whim; much to Allan's dismay. A group of young film students run into real-life zombies while filming a horror movie of their own. Later, Allan undergoes spinal surgery. Use the HTML below. First, the studio forced Romero to add a happy ending to the picture, a plot device which the director had long avoided in favor of more ambiguous endings; originally, Romero had intended to conclude the film in the same manner as its source novel, in which Allan does not recover from his accident.

Allan attempts to exit the house, but Ella disables the power, preventing him from opening the electric-powered door. She returns to Allan's house, where she kills Allan's controlling, narcissistic mother Dorothy by electrocuting her in the bathtub with a hairdryer. [18], Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment released the film on DVD on September 28, 1999.

Two horror tales based on short stories by Edgar Allan Poe directed by two famous horror directors, George A. Romero and Dario Argento. [6], At the time of filming, Romero commented that "Post-production on this will be very heavy. Ella seems to become a telepathic receptacle for Allan's anger at his state and his desire for revenge against people who have wronged him for slights both real and imagined. 13 of 21 people found this review helpful. Worth checking out, so check it out. It’s not a matter of the beast emerging against the human--but of humans perverting the beast. The setting was changed from Oxford, England, where the novel was set, to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a city in which Romero had long resided and often set his films. After years of being tread upon and cheated on, a man awakens to find his face has a been replaced by a blank, white mask. This resulted in a first cut of which 40 to 50% of the shot footage met the cutting room floor in the need to get the film reduced to a practical length. Its plot follows a young athlete who becomes a paralyzed quadriplegic, and develops a bond with an intelligent service monkey named "Ella" who becomes homicidal after she is injected with an experiment serum of human brain tissue. A greedy wife kills her husband, but not completely. [6] The option included film rights to another novel by Stewart, Far Cry (1984). Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. Looking for something to watch?

[7] Filming concluded in October 1987.

Monkey Shines was George A. Romero's first studio film, if rumour is to be believed, the studio were in financial difficulties at the time and re-cut the film against Romero's wishes.

I'm shooting more film than I ever have because of the monkeys...  As our budgets grow, everything takes longer. [22], "Monkey Shines: An Experiment in Fear (1988)", "Cult Movie: Monkey Shines a rare miss for chiller master George A Romero", "Monkey Shines: An Experiment in Fear Movie Review (1988)", "MOVIE REVIEW : Well-Crafted Shivers in 'Monkey Shines, "Review/Film; Identity Crisis: My Monkey, My Self", "Disabled Groups Assail 'Monkey Shines' Ads", "Grab Them While You Can: These Scream Factory Blu-rays Go Out of Print Next Year", Dead On: The Life and Cinema of George A. Romero, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Monkey_Shines_(film)&oldid=979161058, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 19 September 2020, at 04:43.

When Allan becomes a quadriplegic he loses all hope for living until he meets Ella - a monkey trained to fetch and carry for him around the house, obeying him in all things. "[3] Caryn James of The New York Times panned the film, writing that the screenplay "wraps up more loose ends than anyone cares about, yet leaves some nagging bits of illogic," also criticizing the film for its "calm, and tedious, exposition. Presented Another issue was the film's overall length, as Romero had completed a very long and involved shooting script that numbered over 240 pages. A young man returns to his home city of Pittsburgh and moves in with an older woman whom he begins to rely on for emotional and financial support. [8] Additionally, four puppets of the monkey were designed by Tom Savini, one of which was remote-controlled, each adorned with yak fur. His multiple attempts to leave are thwarted by Ella, who eventually urinates in his lap as an act of defiance. [8] The production budget was approximately $7 million. [6], Executive producer Gerald Paonessa commented that he had wanted George A. Romero to direct, as he felt he "had a wonderful, dark sense of humor. [6] Bill Bolte, a member of Adapt California, commented: "The idea of a monkey attendant turning into a monster is appalling.
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Title: "[5], United Artists had originally optioned Michael Stewart's novel, Monkey Shines (1983), for a film adaptation in 1984, having purchased the rights for $20,000. Like those authors, he uses satire as one of his principal tools and principal weapons," concluding that, "Monkey Shines is an extremely thoughtful, provocative film; it's also a damn good horror movie. Directed by George A. Romero. It is based on the 1983 British novel of the same title by Michael Stewart. A medieval reenactment troupe find it increasingly difficult to keep their family-like group together, with pressure from local law enforcement, interest from entertainment agents and a growing sense of delusion from their leader. First, Ella kills the pet bird of Allan's uncaring nurse, Maryanne, who lets the bird fly through the house on a whim; much to Allan's dismay. A group of young film students run into real-life zombies while filming a horror movie of their own. Later, Allan undergoes spinal surgery. Use the HTML below. First, the studio forced Romero to add a happy ending to the picture, a plot device which the director had long avoided in favor of more ambiguous endings; originally, Romero had intended to conclude the film in the same manner as its source novel, in which Allan does not recover from his accident.

Allan attempts to exit the house, but Ella disables the power, preventing him from opening the electric-powered door. She returns to Allan's house, where she kills Allan's controlling, narcissistic mother Dorothy by electrocuting her in the bathtub with a hairdryer. [18], Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment released the film on DVD on September 28, 1999.

Two horror tales based on short stories by Edgar Allan Poe directed by two famous horror directors, George A. Romero and Dario Argento. [6], At the time of filming, Romero commented that "Post-production on this will be very heavy. Ella seems to become a telepathic receptacle for Allan's anger at his state and his desire for revenge against people who have wronged him for slights both real and imagined. 13 of 21 people found this review helpful. Worth checking out, so check it out. It’s not a matter of the beast emerging against the human--but of humans perverting the beast. The setting was changed from Oxford, England, where the novel was set, to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a city in which Romero had long resided and often set his films. After years of being tread upon and cheated on, a man awakens to find his face has a been replaced by a blank, white mask. This resulted in a first cut of which 40 to 50% of the shot footage met the cutting room floor in the need to get the film reduced to a practical length. Its plot follows a young athlete who becomes a paralyzed quadriplegic, and develops a bond with an intelligent service monkey named "Ella" who becomes homicidal after she is injected with an experiment serum of human brain tissue. A greedy wife kills her husband, but not completely. [6] The option included film rights to another novel by Stewart, Far Cry (1984). Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. Looking for something to watch?

[7] Filming concluded in October 1987.

Monkey Shines was George A. Romero's first studio film, if rumour is to be believed, the studio were in financial difficulties at the time and re-cut the film against Romero's wishes.

I'm shooting more film than I ever have because of the monkeys...  As our budgets grow, everything takes longer. [22], "Monkey Shines: An Experiment in Fear (1988)", "Cult Movie: Monkey Shines a rare miss for chiller master George A Romero", "Monkey Shines: An Experiment in Fear Movie Review (1988)", "MOVIE REVIEW : Well-Crafted Shivers in 'Monkey Shines, "Review/Film; Identity Crisis: My Monkey, My Self", "Disabled Groups Assail 'Monkey Shines' Ads", "Grab Them While You Can: These Scream Factory Blu-rays Go Out of Print Next Year", Dead On: The Life and Cinema of George A. Romero, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Monkey_Shines_(film)&oldid=979161058, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 19 September 2020, at 04:43.

When Allan becomes a quadriplegic he loses all hope for living until he meets Ella - a monkey trained to fetch and carry for him around the house, obeying him in all things. "[3] Caryn James of The New York Times panned the film, writing that the screenplay "wraps up more loose ends than anyone cares about, yet leaves some nagging bits of illogic," also criticizing the film for its "calm, and tedious, exposition. Presented Another issue was the film's overall length, as Romero had completed a very long and involved shooting script that numbered over 240 pages. A young man returns to his home city of Pittsburgh and moves in with an older woman whom he begins to rely on for emotional and financial support. [8] Additionally, four puppets of the monkey were designed by Tom Savini, one of which was remote-controlled, each adorned with yak fur. His multiple attempts to leave are thwarted by Ella, who eventually urinates in his lap as an act of defiance. [8] The production budget was approximately $7 million. [6], Executive producer Gerald Paonessa commented that he had wanted George A. Romero to direct, as he felt he "had a wonderful, dark sense of humor. [6] Bill Bolte, a member of Adapt California, commented: "The idea of a monkey attendant turning into a monster is appalling.
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"[8] For filming Boo, the capuchin monkey portraying Ella, Romero required multiple monkey doubles. Somewhere within this movie's two hours or so is hidden an absolutely spellbinding 90-minute thriller. "[7] Romero was convinced to direct after being shown script treatments of the project. "[14], Roger Ebert was less enthusiastic about the film, awarding it two and a half out of a possible four stars; the film's main flaw, wrote Ebert, was its being overlong with too many subplots: "Romero loses momentum in the closing passages because he has too many loose ends to keep track of. "[13], Other critics, such as the Los Angeles Times's Michael Wilmington, commented on the film's characterization of Ella, and the relationship between her and Allan; comparing Ella to King Kong, Wilmington noted: "The story’s dark pivot is the symbiosis between Allan and Ella: a match made in hell. When Allan becomes a quadriplegic he loses all hope for living until he meets Ella - a monkey trained to fetch and carry for him around the house, obeying him in all things. This movie's not going to have a fan base larger than Night of the Living Dead or Dawn of the Dead, but it is another example of Romero's uniqueness as s film maker. [한글] 어둠의 사투 Monkey Shines 1988 UNCUT 1080p BluRay x264 DTS-FGT+720/1080p BluRay H264 AAC-RARBG+1080p BluRay x264 AAC 5 1-Hon3y 2017.08.29 0 21561 기타 어둠의 사투 Monkey Shines 1988 720 1080p 0 [6] Romero, a longtime resident of Pittsburgh who set most of his prior films there, chose the location. [19] Scream Factory released the film on Blu-ray for the first time in November 2014. "[1] The film possesses a score of 71 on Metacritic based on 14 reviews. An original story with an original cast, Romero adds to the horror genre by going somewhere where no other film maker has gone before. Despite this, Geoffrey takes Ella back to the lab at Allan's insistence, but Ella manages to overtake Geoffrey and escape. The original intended ending of the film was unreleased until 2014, when it was included as a bonus feature on its debut Blu-ray release. "[5] Richard Harrington of The Washington Post made similar observations about the character dynamic: "Alternating between comfort and revenge, [Ella] seems the ultimate victim, an unwitting pawn.

Title: "[5], United Artists had originally optioned Michael Stewart's novel, Monkey Shines (1983), for a film adaptation in 1984, having purchased the rights for $20,000. Like those authors, he uses satire as one of his principal tools and principal weapons," concluding that, "Monkey Shines is an extremely thoughtful, provocative film; it's also a damn good horror movie. Directed by George A. Romero. It is based on the 1983 British novel of the same title by Michael Stewart. A medieval reenactment troupe find it increasingly difficult to keep their family-like group together, with pressure from local law enforcement, interest from entertainment agents and a growing sense of delusion from their leader. First, Ella kills the pet bird of Allan's uncaring nurse, Maryanne, who lets the bird fly through the house on a whim; much to Allan's dismay. A group of young film students run into real-life zombies while filming a horror movie of their own. Later, Allan undergoes spinal surgery. Use the HTML below. First, the studio forced Romero to add a happy ending to the picture, a plot device which the director had long avoided in favor of more ambiguous endings; originally, Romero had intended to conclude the film in the same manner as its source novel, in which Allan does not recover from his accident.

Allan attempts to exit the house, but Ella disables the power, preventing him from opening the electric-powered door. She returns to Allan's house, where she kills Allan's controlling, narcissistic mother Dorothy by electrocuting her in the bathtub with a hairdryer. [18], Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment released the film on DVD on September 28, 1999.

Two horror tales based on short stories by Edgar Allan Poe directed by two famous horror directors, George A. Romero and Dario Argento. [6], At the time of filming, Romero commented that "Post-production on this will be very heavy. Ella seems to become a telepathic receptacle for Allan's anger at his state and his desire for revenge against people who have wronged him for slights both real and imagined. 13 of 21 people found this review helpful. Worth checking out, so check it out. It’s not a matter of the beast emerging against the human--but of humans perverting the beast. The setting was changed from Oxford, England, where the novel was set, to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a city in which Romero had long resided and often set his films. After years of being tread upon and cheated on, a man awakens to find his face has a been replaced by a blank, white mask. This resulted in a first cut of which 40 to 50% of the shot footage met the cutting room floor in the need to get the film reduced to a practical length. Its plot follows a young athlete who becomes a paralyzed quadriplegic, and develops a bond with an intelligent service monkey named "Ella" who becomes homicidal after she is injected with an experiment serum of human brain tissue. A greedy wife kills her husband, but not completely. [6] The option included film rights to another novel by Stewart, Far Cry (1984). Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. Looking for something to watch?

[7] Filming concluded in October 1987.

Monkey Shines was George A. Romero's first studio film, if rumour is to be believed, the studio were in financial difficulties at the time and re-cut the film against Romero's wishes.

I'm shooting more film than I ever have because of the monkeys...  As our budgets grow, everything takes longer. [22], "Monkey Shines: An Experiment in Fear (1988)", "Cult Movie: Monkey Shines a rare miss for chiller master George A Romero", "Monkey Shines: An Experiment in Fear Movie Review (1988)", "MOVIE REVIEW : Well-Crafted Shivers in 'Monkey Shines, "Review/Film; Identity Crisis: My Monkey, My Self", "Disabled Groups Assail 'Monkey Shines' Ads", "Grab Them While You Can: These Scream Factory Blu-rays Go Out of Print Next Year", Dead On: The Life and Cinema of George A. Romero, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Monkey_Shines_(film)&oldid=979161058, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 19 September 2020, at 04:43.

When Allan becomes a quadriplegic he loses all hope for living until he meets Ella - a monkey trained to fetch and carry for him around the house, obeying him in all things. "[3] Caryn James of The New York Times panned the film, writing that the screenplay "wraps up more loose ends than anyone cares about, yet leaves some nagging bits of illogic," also criticizing the film for its "calm, and tedious, exposition. Presented Another issue was the film's overall length, as Romero had completed a very long and involved shooting script that numbered over 240 pages. A young man returns to his home city of Pittsburgh and moves in with an older woman whom he begins to rely on for emotional and financial support. [8] Additionally, four puppets of the monkey were designed by Tom Savini, one of which was remote-controlled, each adorned with yak fur. His multiple attempts to leave are thwarted by Ella, who eventually urinates in his lap as an act of defiance. [8] The production budget was approximately $7 million. [6], Executive producer Gerald Paonessa commented that he had wanted George A. Romero to direct, as he felt he "had a wonderful, dark sense of humor. [6] Bill Bolte, a member of Adapt California, commented: "The idea of a monkey attendant turning into a monster is appalling.

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