RICH REVIEWS: The Jurassic Dead
From the makers of Tsunambee, a film 66 million years in the making…THE JURASSIC DEAD!
Released this month on VOD, DVD and Blu-ray/DVD combo (exclusive to Walmart), THE JURASSIC DEAD is part JURASSIC PARK part THE WALKING DEAD, with a T-Rex turning everyone it attacks into a zombie! Summer is all about the Z-Rex!
A cracked scientist aligns with the Axis of Evil to bring down the US of A with EMP blasts, toxic zombification gas and an unleashing of the ultimate undead killing monstrosity — the Z-REX. When a hot-wired militia squad and a crew of college hipsters are thrown together to do something about it, the chaotic Predator-Thunder action runs amok.
—Dr. Victor Borge
A hard-boiled hotshot militia unit, led by “Cuchilla” Vasquez (Raquel Pennington – UFC Top-Ranked Contender, “The Ultimate Fighter”), Duque Wayne (Andy Haman – World-Renowned Pro Body Builder, USA National Freestyle Wrestling Champion) and “Stick” Howard (Ruselis Aumeen Perry – “American Ninja Warrior”) must team up with a group of tech-nerd millennials after the United States is struck by a master-planned EMP asteroid attack. Stranded in the desert, the two disparate groups end up trapped inside the labyrinth compound of mad jilted scientist and political terrorist Dr. Wojick Borge. There they realize this madman is behind it all and more, and they scramble to stop the rest of his nefarious plan to toxify the world. Meanwhile, the ultimate bio-engineered zombie dinosaur killing machine – the Z/Rex – is hunting them down. The commandos and the millennials ultimately turn on each other, and unearthly pandemonium ensues. The blood-thirsty predator picks them off one by one, shredding and infecting them as they struggle for their very survival against the unimaginable menace.
Matt Block, Wes Clark, Julie Crisante and American professional bodybuilder Andy Haman star in a Milko Davis film, out 6/12 from Wild Eye Releasing.
Milko Davis Main Director … (as Milko Davis)
Thomas Martwick … (co-director) Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)
Milko Davis Main Director … (story and additional screenplay) (as Milko Davis)
Michele Pacitto … (lead screenwriter)
Matt Block … Government Agent
Cooper Elliott … Dr. Wojick Borge (as Cooper Hoag)
Ben Johnson … Gunnar
Mia Klosterman … Sadie
Adam Singer … Cameron
Ruselis Aumeen Perry … Stick
Andy Haman … Duque
Raquel Pennington … Cuchilla
Shale Le Page … Spivey
Nicole Goeke … Roxanne
Juan Gonzalez … Swat
Wes Clark … Student
Mary Jo Mauro … The Dean
Nikki Ernst … Student
Kasey Mauro … Student
Julie Crisante … Cara O’Nightly
Ashley Skok … College Student
Jason Hagan … Z / Rex
Johnathan Aguero … associate producer
Aaron Goodman … co-producer
Avery Guerra … consulting producer
Andy Haman … producer
Brent Labree … associate producer
Megan MacGrath … line producer
Michele Pacitto … producer
Harry Singer … associate producer
Run Time: 1 hr., 21 min.
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
Comments: A doctor does have a way of reanimating the dead.
The acting here is so sub-par. Also, a good makeup artist was needed for the cast. The movie is definitely a low budget one. One of the commandos actually looks like Duke Nuke Em.
Five commandos go to a base in the desert. There is a scientist that runs the place.
The five commandos are so ridiculous looking. Their get ups and the way they act is amateurish. There are also four campers in this movie. All of them make it to the base. The base is designed to look scary. You expect something to jump out of the shadows.
There is too much just walking around. The first dinosaur fight is awful with the lead commando taking it on. The dinosaur is actually done fairly well and looks life like and threatening.
There is no reason given for why anything is happening in this movie.
The survivors do find themselves being chased by the dead dinosaur. A zombie dinosaur someone had to do it sometime. The ending of this movie actually has a little comedy which could have been used throughout this movie. The ending is the best part cause the movie is finally over.
The music is the best part of the entire movie.