USA | 1986 | 103 minutes | 14A
A British scientist (Terence Stamp) and his helper (Elisabeth Shue) study trained chimps: Voodoo, Imp and the silent but deadly Link.
Director: Richard Franklin
Cast: Elisabeth Shue, Terence Stamp
“ This movie is one of the most bonkers home invasion/slasher and psychological thrillers I have ever seen — killer ape or no killer ape involved. Seriously, it’s that entertaining..” – Serena Whitney (Revue Programming Director)
“It’s a tight, involving, “Beauty and the Beast” thriller, with more humor and intelligence than you’d guess.” – Los Angeles Times
“Link is the finest monkey movie since Mad Monkey Kung Fu.” – Joe Bob Briggs
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