Monster Island (2019)

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Monster Island
Monster Island poster
Alternate titles
Flagicon Japan.png Lord of Monsters (DVD 2019)
See alternate titles
Directed by Mark Atkins
Producer(s) David Michael Latt, Paul Bales,
David Rimawi (executive)
Written by Mark Atkins
Music by Chris Ridenhour, Eliza Swenson, Christopher Cano
Distributor The Asylum
Rating TV-14
Running time 89 minutes
(1 hour, 29 minutes)
Aspect ratio 1.85:1
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The heavyweight championship has begun!

— Tagline

The [lord] of the Earth will be decided. (地球の[支配者 (《ロード》)]が、決まる。)

— Japanese tagline

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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.[1]

Description[edit | edit source]

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.[2]

Plot[edit | edit source]

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Staff[edit | edit source]

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

Cast[edit | edit source]

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)

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Monsters[edit | edit source]

Weapons, vehicles, races, and organizations[edit | edit source]

  • Deep Digger
  • Explorer

Production[edit | edit source]

Monster Island was filmed in South Africa, New Zealand, and Los Angeles.[2]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Main article: Monster Island (film)/Gallery.

Alternate titles[edit | edit source]

  • Lord of Monsters (ロード・オブ・モンスターズ; Japan)
  • Monster Mash

Videos[edit | edit source]

Monster Island trailer
Japanese Monster Island DVD trailer
Full Movie

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • 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.[5]
  • 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.

External links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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