Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004)

Movie"The hunters will become the hunted."
Audience Score
55
The blood orchid - a rare flower that could hold the secret of eternal life and be worth a fortune to the company that finds it first. Led by a pharmaceutical research team, a scientific expedition sets out to go and explore deep into the jungles of Borneo to locate and bring back samples of the legendary plant. Battling through rainstorms to make their way upriver, the group encounters poisonous insects and a ferocious crocodile, only to discover they're being stalked by an even greater danger: a gathering of giant anacondas. Heat-sensing, fifty-foot-long flesh eaters that will go after anyone that crosses in their path.

Anaconda Collection

Anaconda (also known as Anacondas) is an American horror film series created by Hans Bauer, Jim Cash, and Jack Epps Jr. Produced and distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, the series began with Anaconda (1997) directed by Luis Llosa. This was followed by one theatrical stand-alone sequel, Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004) directed by Dwight H. Little, and three television sequels, Anaconda 3: Offspring (2008), Anacondas: Trail of Blood (2009), both directed by Don E. FauntLeRoy, and Lake Placid vs. Anaconda (2015) directed by A. B. Stone and being a crossover with the Lake Placid series. Each installment revolves around giant man-eating anacondas and the efforts of various groups of people to capture or destroy the creatures. The fictional plant known as the Blood Orchid and the company Wexel Hall Pharmaceuticals as well as the fictitious Murdoch family are repeatedly referenced in the films.

Movie Details

Theatrical Release:August 27th, 2004
On DVD & Blu-ray:December 21st, 2004 - Buy DVD
Movie Budget:$20,000,000
Movie Box Office Gross:$71,000,000 (Worldwide)
Original Language:English
Executive Producers:Jacobus Rose
Production Companies:Middle Fork Productions, Screen Gems