|Directed by||Dante Lam|
|Music by||Henry Lai|
|Edited by||Chan Ki-hop|
|Distributed by||Emperor Motion Pictures|
|Box office||HK$8 million|
A traffic accident changed their lives forever.
In capturing wanted criminal Zhang Yidong, Sergeant Tong Fei (Nicholas Tse) was involved in a gunfight and car accident that put the criminal in a coma. But in the process he also crippled a fellow officer, and mistakenly shot dead the elder daughter of public prosecutor and single mother Gao Min (Zhang Jingchu). Unable to handle the guilt, Tong Fei succumbs to a fog of pain. Gao Min, meanwhile, pours all her love and attention to her younger daughter Ling.
Three months later, the criminal Cheung Yat-tung awakens from his coma. Gao Min, who had been working hard on bringing him to justice, insists he stand trial immediately.
- Nicholas Tse as Sergeant Tong Fei
- Nick Cheung as Hung King
- Zhang Jingchu as Ann Gao
- Miao Pu as Li
- Liu Kai-chi as Sun
- Sherman Chung as Christy
- Zhang He as Thomas
- Lau Kong as Chuen
- Derek Kok as Michael
- Joe Cheung as Judge Lee
- Philip Keung as Cheung Yat-tung
- Wong Suet-yin as Ling
- Wong Sum-yin as Yee
- Cheung Kwok-wai as Fai
- Chan Shu-chi as Chi
- Tse Kai-cheong as Tommy
- Cho King-man as King Man
- Ho Mei-yin as Teacher
- Lam Siu-ha as Baking Instructor
- Esther Kwan as Li (voice)
Derek Elley of Variety wrote, "Crying out for a Stateside remake from its opening reel, stygian crimer Beast Stalker grips like a vise, and is unquestionably the finest Asian action-psychodrama since South Korea's The Chaser last year." Neil Young of The Hollywood Reporter wrote, "This glossy, flashily directed plausibility-stretcher picks up whenever the bad guy's unusual character and history are being explored, but flattens out when the focus shifts back from pursued to pursuer." G. Allen Johnson of the San Francisco Chronicle called it a new addition to "Hong Kong's great cycle of kinetic action films".
Awards and nominations
|15th Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards||Best Actor||Nick Cheung||Won|
|Film of Merit||Beast Stalker||Won|
|28th Hong Kong Film Awards||Best Screenplay||Jack Ng, Dante Lam||Nominated|
|Best Actor||Nick Cheung||Won|
|Best Supporting Actor||Liu Kai-chi||Won|
|Best Film Editing||Chan Ki-hop||Nominated|
|Best Sound Design||Phyllis Cheng, Nip Kei-wing, David Wong||Nominated|
|46th Golden Horse Awards||Best Actor||Nick Cheung||Won|
|Best Action Choreography||Stephen Tung||Nominated|
|3rd Asian Film Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Nick Cheung||Nominated|
|Best Editor||Chan Ki-hop||Nominated|
|53rd Asia Pacific Film Festival||Best Actor||Nick Cheung||Won|
|10th Changchun Film Festival||Best Actor||Nick Cheung||Won|
- Elley, Derek (2009-02-06). "Review: 'Beast Stalker'". Variety. Retrieved 2014-12-13.
- Young, Neil (2009-02-08). "Film Review: The Beast Stalker". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2014-12-13.
- Johnson, G. Allen (2009-05-15). "Review: 'The Beast Stalker'". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2014-12-13.