Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Hide and Seek) and Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson (Lord of the Streets) will lead the cast of Operation Blood Hunt, a World War II-set horror movie.
THR reports that Operation Blood Hunt is not just a horror movie but a werewolf movie, being described as a mix between Predator, Underworld, and The Dirty Dozen.
According to THR, filming recently wrapped in Bangkok, Thailand. It’s set to feature “custom built mechanical werewolves with fully animated faces, all done by remote control.”
“Operation Blood Hunt follows prolific expert of the occult and whiskey, The Reverend, who accompanies a ragtag group of military rejects to a remote South Pacific Island to investigate the disappearance of Marine units stationed there in 1944, said to be at the hands of the Japanese Imperial Army.
“Upon speaking with the island’s inhabitants, the group soon discovers the Marines had actually been massacred by a group of Lycanthropes, known to most as Werewolves.”
Louis Mandylor directed the film, written by Brandon Slagle (Battle for Saipan).