The Jurassic Dead
Zombiesaurus / Z Rex: The Jurassic Dead
Michele Pacitto, Andy Haman for Cyclops Done Productions
directed by Milko Davis, Thomas Martwick
starring Andy HamanRaquel Pennington, Ruselis Aumeen Perry, Shale Le Page, Juan Gonzalez, Mia Klosterman, Nicole Goeke, Ben Johnson, Adam Singer, Cooper Elliott, Mary Jo Mauro, Julie Crisante, Matt Block, Wes Clark, Nikki Ernst, Brian Janik
story by Milko Davis, screenplay by Michele Pacitto, music by Alvaro Morello, visual effects by Thomas Martwick
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A meteor struck, leaving a quartet of college students (Mia Klosterman,
Nicole Goeke, Ben Johnson, Adam Singer) stranded out in the desert after
their car and phones break down as a result of the accompanying EMP blast.
Somehow they make their way to a top secret science facility where they
bump into a small scale but armed to the teeth redneck guerilla group
(Andy Haman, Raquel Pennington, Ruselis Aumeen Perry, Shale Le Page, Juan
Gonzalez) - and at first, the two parties prove to have little in common
... until of course they realize they've somehow been locked into the
maze-like facility and need each other's skills to make it out. Now that's
probably not the best of situations to begin with, but they're also locked
into the place with a T-Rex, and everyone injured by that T-Rex turns into
a violent zombie. Worse yet, the man who runs the facility (Cooper
Elliott) is a scientist fallen from grave who has made it his goal to
conquer the world - with dinosaurs, zombies, and controlled meteor impacts
Ok, the premise of this movie might be very far-fetched ...
but then, it's zombies, dinosaurs, shoot-outs, chases, fights, even a tiny
bit of irony (just look out for the guerilla leader's appearance), and it
somehow feels if the lead characters of Predator and The
Breakfast Club went on a monster hunt with each other - so basically
it's irreverent fun. Sure, the film lacks any real depth (but so do most
current blockbusters), but it's fast-paced, filled with plenty of
suspense, and all the jump scares are well-placed - in other words, good