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The official trailer:
Starring an orangutan dyed to resemble a chimpanzee (possibly to hide the fact that it's related to Donald Trump), this hyper-intelligent ape wreaks havoc on Shue and Stamp.
The adorable Elizabeth Shue (who is just killing it on CSI), monkeys around on the set of Link and was nominated for a Saturn Award for her efforts.
Warning: slightly naughty clip with a voyeuristic chimpangutan.
Terence Stamp plays a British guy (not a stretch) who's an anthropology lecturer.
Directed by William Franklin, with a score by Jerry Goldsmith.
Let's listen to some of Jerry's score, why don't we?
Unfortunately, I can only find Links to clips from the movie and not the entire thing. So let's go check out Elizabeth Shue's debut instead.
Today's selfie is me back when I had an ape's head transplanted beside mine own.
My Ghostbusters tribute has nothing to do with the Ghostbusters but everything to do with The Ghost Busters.
I never saw the above show, it probably conflicted with other cartoons I was watching at the time. Based on the cast, I probably would have enjoyed it.
On second thought, maybe I wouldn't.
Nor did I ever see Ghostbusters based on the above series (and truth to tell, I rarely watched The Real Ghostbusters either.).
I don't think I missed much.
I have no banana treats today, so let's just try a 7-11 doughnut instead!
What are your favourite ape horror movies?