Sterling Entertainment is proud to announce the release of ‘Empire of the Apes’ which is now available on demand through Vimeo: vimeo.com/ondemand/apes
‘In a distant galaxy, on a burnt out world, three escaped female convicts crash land on a primitive world inhabited by a race of warlike apes. They fight for survival as the humanoid apes fight for their possession, body and soul. A daring escape is their only way out. Hot on their heels are the blood-lusting gorillas and a prison warden bent on their return to the prison ship they escaped from. Treachery, alliances and battle awaits the fighting factions. Who will survive on a planet where Apes rule and humans are only breeding stock.’
“This will be a treat for those who don’t take themselves or their cinema too seriously” – Director Mark Polonia
‘Empire of the Apes’ has reteamed independent horror pioneers David S. Sterling and Mark Polonia for the first time in almost a decade. David Sterling is an unsung hero of the genre. Over the past 20 years he’s produced over 120 horror films; while Mark Polonia is one half of the beloved ‘Polonia Brothers’. He and his late twin brother John are best known for their tenacious low budget fantasy films.
“This movie promises to be unlike any other independent release you’ll see all year. It will deliver angry apes, buxom babes, fun sci-fi, all drenched in crimson red blood” – Producer David S. Sterling.
The movie stars: Danielle Donahue, Marie DeLorenzo, Elizabeth V. Costanzo, Steve Diasparra, Ken VanSant, Jeff Kirkendall and James Carolus
‘Empire of the Apes’ can be rented immediately through Vimeo: vimeo.com/ondemand/apes
It will soon be available on Amazon Instant, and limited-edition collectors Blu-Ray.
This movie was one of the worst things I have ever endured in my life. The script was awful, the acting was laughable, and the director was a joke.
The best I could give it was it was an original P*rn flick. That’s literally what it was, a P*rno.
I could have shot a better movie with a flip-phone. Don’t waste your time. This movie should be under ‘comedy’ not horror.
Did we see the same movie? What I watched was not P*rn in anyway shape or form/
Did we watch the same movie? Empire of the Apes is like a ‘PG-13’ movie. Maybe what you watched was Playmate of the Apes, which is an erotic/comedy spoof?
Interesting. There is absolutely no nudity, sex, or even a kiss in this film. It is PG-13 by the standard guidelines. How the hell do you think it is P*rn? Oh I know you never actually watched it. But you can keep saying it and it will probably make more money! Thanks!