Monster Island (2019)
The heavyweight championship has begun!
The [lord] of the Earth will be decided. (地球の［
— Japanese tagline
Monster Island is an American giant monster film produced by The Asylum. A mockbuster of Godzilla: King of the Monsters, it premiered on American television on June 1, 2019, with DVD and VOD releases following on June 13.
As the world tries to stop a giant kaiju bent on destruction, more and more monsters appear — each one more terrible than the last — leaving mankind defenseless until our heroes reach out to a specialist versed in monster lore.
- Main article: Monster Island (film)/Credits.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Mark Atkins
- Written by Mark Atkins
- Produced by David Michael Latt, Paul Bales
- Executive producing by David Rimawi
- Music by Chris Ridenhour, Eliza Swenson, Christopher Cano
- Cinematography by Mark Atkins
- Edited by Marq Morrison, Erica Steele, Mark Atkins
- Production design by Ray Wahl
- Assistant directing by Laszlo Bene, Giedre Apanaviciute
- Visual effects supervisor Glenn Campble
- Main article: Monster Island (film)/Credits#End Credits.
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Eric Roberts as General Horne
- Toshi Toda as Lieutenant Maxwell
- Adrian Bouchet as Billy Ford
- Natalie Robbie as Sarah Murray
- Donna Cormack-Thomson as Cherise Ramon
- Chris Fisher as Riley James
- Jonathan Pienaar as Captain Mato
- Margot Wood as Rena Hangaroa
- Andrew Dennison as Submarine Captain
- Meghan Oberholzer as Susan Meyerholder, news anchor
- Ryan Kruger as Navigator Thompson
- Lindsay Sullivan as Captain Hansen
- Craig Young as Helicopter pilot / Jason Underwood
- Dewet Du Toit as Jorg Koing
- Robert Scott Field as JSDF on ham radio (voice)
Weapons, vehicles, races, and organizations
Monster Island was filmed in South Africa, New Zealand, and Los Angeles.
- Main article: Monster Island (film)/Gallery.
- Lord of Monsters (ロード・オブ・モンスターズ; Japan)
- Monster Mash
- This is the second made-for-TV film titled Monster Island. The first, made by MTV in 2004, was a comedy which served as a backdoor pilot for an ultimately unproduced series.
- The silver monster and green insectoid-reptile on the Monster Island poster do not appear in the film itself.
- The monster Tengu was designed by artist Matt Frank.
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