|Directed by||Bob Cook|
|Produced by||Robert Carradine|
|Written by||Bob Cook|
|Music by||Leonard Wolf|
|Distributed by||Amity Entertainment Inc.|
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Lycanthrope (also known as Bloody Moon) is a 1999 horror film written and directed by Bob Cook. The film stars Robert Carradine, who also served as producer.
A team of scientists are studying ozone depletion while living in a lab in the Amazon Rainforest when they are attacked by a clinical lycanthrope who has gone insane because of over-exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays, caused by the hole in the ozone layer.
- Robert Carradine as Bill Parker
- Michael Winslow as Lee Davis
- Rebecca Holden as Sheila Stein
- Chris Mitchum as Jake Sutter
- Jeffery Alan Chase as Ivan Stein
- Dalia Garcia as Rosary
- Bob Cook as Dr. Baker
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